Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Feel green today? We just put together 28 rooms we love that feature the color of green. So, sit back , have a glass of green cocktail and enjoy!
It is an art to make a home both sophiticated and livable. Luckily, we came across such a home when we searched inspiration today. The house is located in the historic northwest Portland neighborhood of Kings Heights. It took five years to complete the interiors of this 1922 Federal-style 5,400-square-foot house. The design team did such a great work to find a way to make the home feel open…while still respecting the period of the house.
We love the muted white paint on the walls and all of the natural elements from the rug to hanging bags that bring in a touch of nature. The arch doorways , the details on the doors and a framed artwork indicate a sophiticated taste of the owners.Continue reading
With spring just around the corner, in case you are planning to refresh up the home, today we are going to share 5 trends for living room in 2021.
- Warmer color palettes. As we spend more time at home than ever before, we pay more attention to our home and color nomally comes first. Color often affects how we feel–light, happy, moody, romantic and enveloped. A warmer color palette is on-trend in the year of 2021 since warmer color tones make us feel cozy, relaxing, safer and grounded.
Oatmeal, chocate brown , tan and cream combined with plush textiles create a very comfy environment for us to lean to, rejuvenate and get away specially in the uncertain times.
2. Green starts to pop up among natural earthy tones to enliven any space –a hopeful message to look upto the bright future.
3. Old-world charm. Instead of stark minimalism or mid-century modern, the furnishings with old-world charm and vintage vibes are becoming the star since they bring us a sense of comfort and famililarity in the uncertain time. It is also because we are intending to create a more interesting living space by adding details to please our eye. Pieces like heir-loom antiques, classical-framed artwork, skirted table-cloth, ruffled sofa covers, vintage area rugs, unique classical-form chairs, chinoserie wallpaper, antique mirrors will help create an unique and personalized living space to enjoy.
4. Knotted light fixtures add drama and natural element to create a eye-catching focal point and coastal feel. Who wouldn’t want it specially when we still cannot travel far away?
5. Yes, a touch of yellow, please.
Yellow is Pantntone color of the year 2021. It is a happy color and will add a touch of sunshine to any space. We love to pair yellow with green, grey, brown or blush to create a very fashion-forward living space.
5. Soft edges and curved shapes create a more harmonious and relaxing living space.
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Mermelada Estudio puts a slightly ’70s spin on this vintage-inspired sofa, upholstered in a plush cotton/poly blend velvet. Wraparound arms add architectural interest while three loose back cushions keep it comfortable.
- Designed by Mermelada Estudio
- Cotton/poly velvet
- FSC®-certified wood frame
- Feather-down/poly blend back cushions
- Sinuous wire spring suspension
- Blot spills immediately
1970s Italian-inspired sofa designed by Jannis Ellenberger makes lounging look vintage. Curvaceous design is wrapped in a creamy ivory boucle that brings soft texture and dimension to the piece. Four metal braces add structural detail to each end. Luxe sofa is low, deep and so easy to sink into.
Handsome hide. Introduce hide to your habitat via authentic aniline-dyed buffalo leather, revealing natural grain and texture that wears and softens over time. Hand-stitched quadrants shape up sides with flange edging. Squares up as ottoman or occasional seating.
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The neutral color palette in the residential design will still dominate the year of 2021. We are drawn to the soothing and calming neutral color palette in this newly renovated San Francisco home which provides a perfect backdrop to showcase the breathtaking lush views outside of the window. The attention to detail, the contour touches, the well-made custom furnishings and the artwork collections truly help elevate this Francisco home in an understated way.
It is always a fun to create a home style that reflects who we are as a person. So we can be best ourselves by living here. To have a timeless style is to stay true to ourselves. So take time to sought out the style and pick the objects that we are in love with.
This living room we designed here is chic, glamorous and ladylike. It is for someone who appreciates art and beautiful things, who has a distinguished taste and loves the details. A touch of red on the channeled sofa, the floral print skirted chair add dose of romance.Continue reading
We have started new blog series a week ago –Things We Love. Each time, we focus on several ideas and things to elevate and transform your home in a rather construction-free way. You can click here for series I and click here for series II. Read on for another 3 new ideas to beautify your home.
- Swapping out your old side tables, bar chairs with Lucite furniture. You are going to be amazed how these adorable Lucite furniture fresh up your space with visual interest in no time.
White is the lightest color and is achromatic (having no hue). It is the color of fresh snow, chalk and milk, and is the opposite of black. White objects fully reflect and scatter all the visible wavelengths of light. One of the biggest trends in 2020 is Off-White Color collections from different paint brands. Inherently sophisticated and endlessly versatile, Off-White collections often offers subtle nuances of whites that suit tranquil, serene environments as well as creates color-enhancing accents for dynamic spaces.
All White Kitchens
All white kitchen style has dominated the market for years and still stays strong with more evolving elements.Continue reading
It’s Friday. We thought it might be a good idea to tour a home with some beautiful colors. This historic home in Charlotte, North Carolina is graceful, feminine, warm, and timeless with a modern flair. we love the artisan wallpapers, textiles, old-world charming furnishings and locally crafted fine furniture used through the house. Here are the highlights of our favorites.
If you have a lot of books just like us and often wonder where you put your ever-growing collection once you’ve run out of space on your shelves, please bear this thought in your mind that books don’t just belong to your home library. That being said, yes, you can use books to decorate your home in creative ways. And yes, decorating your home with books can bring a soul and add a tasteful artsy flair to your home, making your home come alive with full of personality. Plus, Interesting books intrigue a conversation when you have guests come over or calm you down when you are home alone. Today, we are going to share 9 ideas to decorate your home with books in high style and purposeful ways.
In an Entry:
An entry is where you want to wow your guests but at the same time to make them feel inviting and warm. A stack of books have a magical power to ground any space. So displaying beautifully covered large-format books together with stunning collectable decor objects and artwork in your entry often can help achieve this goal. The key here is to choose large books with beautiful cover design and colors that nicely contrast or are cohesive with the rest of the house.