From well-made furniture, handmade pillows ,classical vases and high quality rugs to durable outdoor items, here are our top 16 picks of timeless furniture & decor pieces from William Sonoma Home’s Cyber Monday Event that will worth your investments.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
From the beginning of 2019, we have been constantly studying the decor trends by going to all sorts of trade events. It is true that you should always choose what speaks to you. However by understanding what’s going on in the market, you can always find some better ways to express yourself. Since spring is here, it is a perfect time to fresh up your home. Here are 4 trends we have observed so far and love to share them here in our blog. Hope you find them useful for your projects.
A touch of oriental decor, it doesn’t matter it is a vase, a fabric print, a painting, always adds a touch of whimsical to any space. Just remember, a little bit is just enough. after all, you are not an antique store.
2. Remember it is still the year of pig.
A small piggy sculpture, or a jar always adds an interest to any space and they will always remind you that —it is a year of prosperity and keep you positive.
3. Modern classic.
Yes, we still love minimalism but in a different way. We like clean-lines but with curved forms and a lot of classic details. Yes, we are in love with modern decor with sophistication.
4. A touch of vintage.
We hope you enjoy the above information and if you plan a make-over and need some help, you are welcome to contact us.
I am always looking for inspiration from my surroundings, nature, tech, art… And , of course, the fashion. I am so so fascinated by this week’s Paris Couture Fashion Show. It is the best time to stretch one’s imagination. Don’t you agree with me?
One of my favorites is Valentino Couture. The house designer Pierpaolo Piccioli truely took ‘ Florals for Spring’ to a new level. It is beyond ordinary beautiful. From the fresh color palettes to romantic dreamy floral patterns, these designs are such joyful eye candies. It looks like the designer brought a spring garden to runway. I couldn’t wait to share them with you:
What do you think, don’t you love them all just I do.
For interior design industry, we love floral patterns too. They add a touch of elegance to any room to make it soft and romantic atmosphere:
I use floral pattens a lot for table linens and wallpaper:
These beautiful floral linens truly put you a super cheerful mind.
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Have a Wonderful Friday
Easter will be a perfect time to host a family get-together. You may want to create an unforgettable tabletop for this year’s tabletop. Here are several steps we did for our clients:
We have such a dark cloudy weather for the whole morning in LA. Finally, the sun is out around lunch time. The warm sunshines really make me feel happy. Today we will continue our topic on 2016–2017 home decor trends by sharing our picks from fall markets in LA.
How do you like our picks from the fall markets?
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Although 68th Emmys Awards just happened last night, Hollywood actually had a full week of parties to celebrate this big event. From 3 beautiful balls at LA Convention Center, to Audi pre-party at Catch, Entertainment Weekly Pre-party AT Nightingale Plaza, to HBO after party at Pacific Design Center, each venue’s glamour decor really blew us away. It was reported that “This year’s more rustic, organic look (for 3 balls) included more than 50,000 hydrangeas, 80,000 roses, and 20,000 succulents. Here are some venue decor highlights:
- ‘Natural Elegance’—the splendor of a romantic, nighttime garden designed by Cheryl Cecchetto of Sequoia Productions. Inspired both by the beauty of old world gardens and the natural grandeur of the California landscape, decor elements include suspended canopies of cascading lilac, wisteria and ivy; a winding central pathway bordered by lush plants and grasses; rustic walls draped with foliage; and, flickering “firefly” lighting illuminating the room.
The menu for the event promotes California organic farm-to-table life style.
2. Audi’s Emmys Pre-party at Catch. The restaurant will officially opens on Sept. 27th.
3. HBO’s Emmys After-party at PDC:
Following the Emmys, HBO hosted its annual bash at the Pacific Design Center’s fountain plaza. Working with HBO’s Cindy Tenner, longtime collaborator Billy Butchkavitz again designed the event. (It was Butchkavitz’s 18th consecutive HBO Emmy party.) The theme for this year’s production-heavy party was water, with a color palette done in seven shades of blue.
Hope you enjoy these beautiful venue design and we will upgrade this post later on.
Maybe because it’s almost end of August, we start to be drawn to more saturated colors. Anyway, a quick tip for creating a chic vignette—always incorporate one or two pieces of brass objects to create fresh, cheerful, happy, classy and modern vibes.
The muted color tones with a touch of gold and pink—classy, elegant and chic.