Holidays are about celebrating the special moments with the family. So why not plan ahead a little bit and think through the details on how exactly you want to celebrate the last holidays in this decade. But I understand how you feel with your busy schedules? So we are now introducing our Holiday Design Special programs and would love to provide interior design service on-line, by phone and in person if you are in Los Angeles and Orange County area. Please contact us at email@example.com for the design package details.
Check out this holiday-ready family room filled with youthful energy, glamour and high-spirits by KHK Designs
It is one day away from Halloween. We FINALLY feel the chill of fall in Los Angeles thanks to the strong Santa Ana wind today. Our yesterday’sCelebrate Color of Orange—5 Ways to Incorporate Color of Orange into Your House has gotten super popular. If you haven’t read, you can click here to read. Today we are going to share 4 spiced pumpkin rooms from Schumacher Archive.
Spiced pumpkin drapery is such a nice contrast with the timeless black-white geometrical-patterned wallpaper. The pairing is just like a balanced Yin and Yang. I am always drawn to a skirted table-cloth on the round table in the living room. Somehow, a table-cloth always elevates the space in a second. Suddenly we are ready for a gathering. And of course, the yellow roses on the blue-and-white vases just add another cheerful layer in this happy moment.
Hi, guys, Halloween is just around the corner. It is time to celebrate the color of Orange. Orange color is dynamic, youthful, energetic and fashion-forward and can be used to create modern, traditional or any eclectic interiors. However, most of people feel it might be kind of challengable to put color of orange in the houses. So, here are 5 ways WE SUGGEST to incorporate color of orange into your house
Pop of color on home accessories, objects and accent furniture, bedding trims …etc.
Well, if you are always not quite sure about the bright colors, you can try to use the color of orange on your favorite home accessories, objects.
2. On the ceiling and focal walls.
3. If you are a forward-thinker and you can try to use the color for the whole house.
It had been super busy in the last several days from WestEdge show to working on the on-going projects. WestEdge is hosted every year at the end of Oct mainly to show local small home goods makers’ handcrafted products in Los Angeles and of course some global brands in kitchen and bath as well. The show venue is usually modern and chic. I partially enjoy their outdoor lounge area in the beautiful SoCal sunshine in fall. Here are 3 homes trends we saw from this year’s show:
Muted pastel color palette on tiles, ceramic objects:
2. Dramatized Lighting Fixtures:
3. Fashion-forward Decorative Pluming Hardwares:
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Fall is happy season and one of the decorate tricks to create fun and playful fall interiors is to bring in pattern. By doing so, it will often add more personality to spaces. And of course the right pairing and dose are two key factors to create that happy moment. Here are 6 patterned rooms you definitely can stole some ideas from.
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The blog talked about how Anthony Baratta, Williamsburg Foundation’s first ever residential designer uses Benjamin Moore’s Williamsburg® Paint Color Collection to transfer this living museum as his home. Tony is known for his bold color signature style. So the overall color application is quite breath-taking.
Collaborating with The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Benjamin Moore actually introduced Williamsburg® Paint Color Collection with 144 colors back 2013. Here are some of my favorites:
Here are several more:
Well you can tell that the color palettes for Williamsburg Paint Color collection are truly timeless and quite adapt to today’s contemporary living.
In case you are planning to do some fresh make-over for your home to celebrate the coming holiday season, this might be the perfect paint collection for you. And you can explore the whole Williamsburg® Paint Color Collection by clicking here
And of course, if you would like to learn more about autistic colonial colors in 18th century such as Prussian Blue I mentioned at the very beginning of this blog, you can click here to read more.
In addition, we have curated a set of Williamsburg home decor accessories for you here: