We are now officially in the holiday season. It does require extra energy to make home bright, merry and happy for the holiday season, not even mention that we are still in the middle of COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Well, life is about celebrating every special moment. We just have to make the best out of it. From today, we will start our new series—Home for Holidays to celebrate all things that are beautiful, festive and cheerful, things that bring us joys and make us happy at home. Let’s kick off this special holiday series with some fresh inspiration ideas. Enjoy!Continue reading
A timeless beautiful home often pleases our eye by its sophisticated color palette and layered arrangement. Minimalism has being dominated the market for many years. And the true masters’ minimalism work often has a touch of warmth and timelessness that make a home homey. Today, we are going to virtually tour a home that is sleek, modern yet having all of bells and whistles.
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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.
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Today is the last day of August, 2020. And fall is approaching. Nature always knows the best colors to please our mood in the season. Plum, dark red, dark purple, indigo, brown, all beautiful warm rich jewel-tones inspire us to create a fall-themed fantasy.Continue reading
Trends come and go in fashion and interior design. The most important thing is to have your own touch and your own personality. But the number one thing here is to be curious, open-minded and to be exposed to all kinds of things. More often, you will start to appreciate things that are so different from your point of view.
When design this modern living room, our thought is to make it minimalism in the form but keep it fun and full of character by introducing some classical elements like chinoisere wallpaper, silky pastel plush pillows to have that glamour and softness.Continue reading
TGIF! It is just another busy week–designing, specifying, placing order , following-up and yes , tons, tons of paperwork. And weird enough that there are people out there whom we can only communicate through emails. Anyway, we all definitely need some inspiration. Lucky enough, we found these awesome rooms when we browsed internet today. So sit back and enjoy:Continue reading
Today we continue Things We Love series. If you haven’t read our series 1, you can click here to learn more. At this pandemic time, it has never been so important to create a home we can truly enjoy and appreciate, a home that is calming and energizing us at the same time. The color of July is bright red. Heavy on the chroma and attitude, the color of bright red is exactly what the world needs to keep moving forward. It is the classic in fashion and definitely can add excitement to an interior space, or exterior for that matter, with the warmth of its undertone. We particularly love the idea to add a splash of bright color at an entry. A bright red decorated entry is filled with symbolism including entry to happiness and good fortune, as a portal of welcome, and signaling a place of nourishment and safe haven.
We all need a little bit inspiration with the current pandemic situation. Today we will take you to a gorgeous modernized Spanish colonial house in West Hollywood and it is filled with amazing art and color. This beautiful home is owned by music and fashion industry veteran Kent Belden and husband Dr. Louis Re and designed by AD 100 Brigette Romanek. We first met Barigette in one of the seminars she spoke on design week in PDC. She is such a warm, nice, approachable elegant lady and her design is often vibrant, fashion-forward and unexpected. Here are some of our highlights from the house.
Think about your 4th July celebration? We know that we will continue to stay at home and enjoy our backyard life besides earlier morning hiking. Just in case you have a similar plan, we will kick off our 4th July outdoor series from today. Why not? It’s summer time. New design styles and ideas for outdoor living is blooming like no time particularly under the current pandemic crisis. Read on for our thoughts on sprucing up your outdoor living game.
- Chicken coops are a thing now.
Can you believe that Mother’s Day is just around the corner. And if you are busy with Zoom conferences just like us, we have some fresh ideas for your Mother’s Day tables capes since we are all about to celebrate every special moment to stay cheerful. Plus, our quantize life is about to end. So just relax and read on.
Classic Blue and White: