Happy Monday! The weather starts to get chilled everyday. Finally, we feel the fall is coming. So, what’s your mood to dress up your home for the coming holiday season? In case, you want something a lit bit cheerful and exciting, we are going to tour a Florida home that is full of dramatic touches.
Maximalism may start to thrive in residential design but for restaurant and hospitality design, we more often still see a lot of mid-century and minimalism design. Today, we are going to tour an over-the-top coffeehouse, from the wallpaper to the trims to the rich jewel colors, we just cannot get enough of it. Under the current pandemic crisis, we believe more is more and more. By touring this And maximalism coffee house, you may be inspired to use some of its decor ideas for your own home.
As we have being experienced the on-going pandemic, we often ask ourselves a question, what colors or color schemes really reflect our current mood and inspire us to live better , happier and enjoy every moment. We have blogged the new color trends and colors of the year 2021 in our recent posts. But we do believe that we are all different and react color differently. Some of us may need a super bright color scheme to push through this strange time while others just need some muted neutrals to calm down and feel anchored. Today, we are going to tour a collector’s London apartment which incorporates both worlds of the soothing neutrals to create a gallery atmosphere and of rich dark color schemes for a cozy and intimate feel. Here are some of our favorites:
Color and shape often impact how we feel about a space. As we are spending more and more time at home, the feel that home gives to us does matter. Today we are going to tour a gorgeous Victorian home with a cool vibe thanks to its color palette and playful geometric shapes. Here are our favorites.
Talking about a typical dreamy Paris Pied-à-Terre, we often think of the elegant French furniture and luxury fabric with fashion-forward colors. And there is always a playfulness and surprise. Today we are going to tour a San Francisco–based couple’s dream Pied-A-Terrie in Paris with stunning views of both the Invalides and the Eiffel Tower. Here are our favorites.
Happy Friday! What is your mood up to, an English club house, a French country or a Park avenue apartment? How about enjoy all of these styles in one place. Today, we are going to tour a Madria apartment where Ava Gardener once lived. The apartment was redesigned by Isabel López-Quesada . We absolutely love her approsch to make the apartment so chic and romantic. Here are our favorite highlights.
We are first attracted by this house because of its color scheme and then the cool textiles and iconic furniture. The town house is owned by textile scion Ashley Stark Kenner and her husband Nick, founder and CEO of Just Salad. The landmarked 19th-century building had a lot going for it—generous dimensions, a deep backyard, and, a rarity among town houses, lots of light. But at their first meeting with New York–based Lichten Architects, talk quickly shifted to “gut renovation.” Here are our favorites after the renovation.
We are attracted by this modern rustic home in Colorado regionthanks to its soften vibes, the indoor-outdoor feel and some fashion-forward colors. It is an industry style home yet with glamor and elegance. Here are our favorites.
Indoor-outdoor Living with all-glass-wall application.
We hiked Castaways Park in Newport Beach this Saturday, which has stunning views of Newport Back Bay and Harbor. The hike is moderate and short. But we enjoyed the great ocean views and beautiful homes along the trail.