Hi, guys, we continue to feel blue today (not sad at all) with From Red carpet Fashion to Home Series. For Billy Porter’s inspired all white interiors, you can click here. For tabletop tips from 77th Golden Globe, you can click here, For Renée Zellweger’s inspired baby-blue interiors, you can click here
And today, we are going to talk about Classic Blue from 77th Golden Globe.
Yes, Classic Blue, Pantone color of the year 2020, obviously are the highlights on 77th Golden Globe.
We feel pretty excited to see how these stars dressed in Classic Blue on the Academies. It is fresh and cool. As you can tell, Classic Blue can be elegant, sexy, noble, royal, or handsome and fashion-forward. The color really makes stars look fabulous on the red carpet.
And we round up some interiors featured with Classic Blue to pair with the above blue outfits. From lacquered midnight walls to sumptuous cobalt textiles, this timeless hue has exploded back onto the design scene in rich iterations. The royal shade’s ability to be both cool and serene or punchy and loud has made it a reliable go-to for designers.
Ready to refresh you home with a touch of Classic Blue, click the following every images for details:
As we all know it is not easy to start Monday in a cheerful mood. My strategy is to go in to dig in as much beautiful interiors as I can. And there is one home that is truly light up my mood—Elle Decor’s International Design Editor Cynthia Frank’s Manhattan Home—its truly Parisian get-away in New York—elegant,. feminine and super cozy. In the sea of middle-century modern , coastal and farm-house styles in Los Angeles, I immediately become obsessed with this sophisticated style. Let’s take a look together:
The Prussia Blue that set the elegant Parisian tone of the whole house:
It’s Tuesday house tour time. We will take a look inside designer Ralph Lauren’s Bedford, New York house, Colorado ranch, and Manhattan office. Lauren is the first fashion designer to offer a comprehensive home-furnishings line, which he crafts around themed lifestyle collections.
Sometimes, it is great to be immersed in the ancient world. When I look at each antique piece, I am always wondering what’s the story behind it? The people who carved the pieces, what do they look like and how did they feel when they were making them?
I am so happy to read an article in the WSJ that “After decades of stark, formulaic interiors, design is giving way to maximalism—a luxurious riot of color and pattern.” You can read this article right here
A powder room is where you wow your guests. This powder room features pink designer wallpaper, pale blue wainscot panelings, crown moldings, a Waterworks washstand, gilded Louis XVI gilded gold leaf mirror, a custom upholstered floral petite chair, modern marble floor and framed artworks. The mix-and-match approach of layers, patterns and objects make the space intrigue, elegant and sophisticated. The transformation from minimalism to maximalism truly deliver a big wow!
In a rainy day, we love to cuddle up in this cozy and elegant reading room. The classic snow-white on tufted chairs and silk drapes gives this traditional oak-paneled reading room an immediate #modern fresh-up. Symmetrical design adds formality while pop of hot pink makes space whimsical and feminine.
A pretty dressing room is every woman’s dream. It really doesn’t matter how big or small the home is, there is a always a way to make it stylish. The dressing space we designed here is actually at the corner of the master bedroom. Here are the 5 steps we took to make the space very special:
A pink pleated vanity chair sets the tone for the functionality of the corner.
A white-lacquered make-up desk with brass hardwares makes the space classy yet modern.
A whimsical lacquered mirror echoes the makeup desk and lights up the corner space.
Lavender Chinoiserie wallpaper has a very feminine touch to the space.
A two-tiered tray makes the desk very neat and organized.
Pink and red peonies give a fresh and elegant touch.
If you are planning doing something about your dressing room, I hope these 6 tips help.
This is our newly designed home office. The color palette is lavender, berry, pink and light grey. It’s feminine, romantic yet very neat. The office space is not that big. We used curved writing table to avoid heaviness. Pink drapery in the office is kind of relaxing. Large artwork on the wall visually makes the space much bigger and shockingly organized. Here are the feature designs in the office:
I believe your office is where you do your creative work and it shouldn’t be boring. Here are some of the ideas to create artsy, fun and high-style home office:
1. Get rid of clutters.
2. Streamlined operation.
4. Add some interesting color plush. If you are like me, try some berry, lavender and pink colors. For sure, this color palette can put you in the mood and make you focus immediately.
5. Have some interesting pieces like vintage table lamp, books, your collectible shoes , blue-white vases, chinoiserie items… These will express who you are. And you will enjoy your office even more.
6. Have cute and stylish furniture. Or mix and match different styles to make the room light and playful. This will stimulate your creativity.
7. Have a large piece of area rug to make your feet feel comfortable all the time.
What is your office style? Please let me know your thoughts.