Florals for Spring

 

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:

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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:

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I use floral pattens a lot for table linens and wallpaper:

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These beautiful floral linens truly put you a super cheerful mind.

 

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Hope you enjoy all of these.  To see more works from us, please follow us on Instagram

 

Have a Wonderful Friday

 

 

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Spring House Tour—April

 

Fresh flowers, jewel tones, pastel color palette, floral patterns are the elements that make spring decor exciting, fresh and chic.  Here is the design project we did to perfect illustrate spring theme.  It’s feline, glamor, classical yet modern and well balanced off with masculine energy.

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the lavender floral wallpaper perfectly plays with black-and-white checkered flooring.  It’s formal yet elegant with some drama.  Perfect for hallway design.
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Red velvet upholstered dining chairs truly make a bold and passionate statement for this French-flair dining room.  The blush curved settee lends a hand of casual elegance to this dining room.  The whole design scene reminds us that it’s spring and it’s party time.
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We all want a serene corner at home where we can read and simply chill out.  This design vignette features gilded black lacquered console, artworks and an light lavender upholster reading chair.  The blue side table is an antique.
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The lavender color continues to the kitchen which features subway tiles, black vintage range hood, white cabinetry and open shelves.

 

 

Happy Thursday

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5 Ways to Create a Spring Style at your Entry

 

It’s March! It’s time to fresh up your home since spring is here. Here are 5 ways to create a spring oasis at home:

  1. Use lavender and pink color palette just like the colors in your spring garden.
  2. Install one-wall of floral wallpaper.  It is going to wrk like a magic.
  3. Make sure have  plenty of  plants and fresh flowers —the best way to bring in natural.
  4. Get rid of clutters as much as you can.
  5. Re-organize the items by grouping them.

Happy Monday

Feel the Spring

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The first Wednesday in April!  We feel summer in Los Angeles.   It’s a beautiful season to see the full blooms everywhere.   In case you are planning to do some makeover.  The best tip I can offer now is to bring some natural inspirations to home.  You will feel fresh, happy and exciting.  Here are 5 steps we took to make this Spring-feeling living room.

  1. Install floral wallpaper with the bright colors;
  2. Upholster sofa with white linen to make it feel organic and natural;
  3. Have several chairs upholster in bright yellow fabric to brighten up the room;
  4. Use dark silky drapery to create nice contrast with the floral wallpaper and pastels;
  5. Have a lots of fresh roses and greeneries.

Happy National Decorating Month