Hope you had another successful week. At this pandemic crisis time, our wellness is far more important than anything else. One of the ways to take good care of ourselves is to be close to nature—fresh air, sunshine, blooms, greenery and birds…etc. Every Friday, we will spend quite some time in our rose garden for a meditation.
Finally, our beaches are re-opening. “It’s as if we were in Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, all asleep, all frozen, and suddenly there’s light and space.” It seems like we haven’t seen ocean for ages. With the beautiful warm weather, nothing can really beat spending a day by the beach for some fresh air and Vitamin D. And we got enough of them after 4-hour non-stop hiking by the beach.
Many years ago, we already started to use large-format tiles from Italy since their designs are always stunning and fashion-forward with elegance.
The more time you spend at home, the more you are likely to notice some detail you don’t like and you want to do something about it. In case after 6-weeks of quarantine, you kind of develop a big plan to elevate your home and feel a little bit overwhelmed, don’t worry, we have 3 simple rules you may want to consider and we will use one of the projects we did as a case study:
- Choose a color palette you love and repeat it through the whole house in an unexpected yet classy way. We repeat the color palette of pink and green through the whole house in this project in the above video.
2. Own one or two pieces you really treasure and showcase or design around them. The custom-made Murano table lamp with a pink shade, the artwork and green velvet bar chairs in the above video are what my client really falls in love with and they are the focal points in her home.
3. Mix and match pieces from different styles and periods to keep the overall design interesting and timeless. In the video above, Louis XVI bar chairs are classical while the green midcentury chairs in the family room is mid-century, which creates such a nice contrast with all of the traditional components in the house.
Hope these decor tips are helpful.
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We were invited to Dacor home Theater Irvine grand opening last week. Dacor offers high-end kitchen appliances and is the leader in stylish and innovative products including ranges, refrigerators, and wall ovens. Founded in 1965 by Stanley M. Joseph, the company had been continuously owned and operated by three generations of the Joseph family until it was sold to Samsung in August 2016. The company’s headquarters and 325,000 square-foot manufacturing facility are based in City of Industry, California. It distributes its products throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, selling directly to over 1,300 dealer showrooms.
Irvine’s showroom is Dacor’s second Kitchen Theater. The first one is located in Chicago.
Irvine’s Kitchen Theatre is located at The Boardwalk.
There was a big crowd for Dacor’s IRVINE SHOWROOM GRAND OPENING.
Dacor has collaborated with different brands in its showroom in Irvine
Inside Dacor’s transitional line of ref:
Dacor has partnered with Zip Hydrotap.
Dacor’s famous wine station. The first automated, temperature controlled, four-bottle wine dispensing and preservation system for the home. Choose the right wine and just the right amount —a taste, half glass or full glass—with the touch of a finger. Maintains the freshness of your favorite wine selections for up to 60 days without the loss of flavor or natural aroma.
New Dacor wine columns.
3 independent cooling zones allow you to simultaneously maintain temperature from 39° to 64° in the section you need: red wine, white wine and campaign.
Dacor’s fully integrated, full sized wine column easily holds up to 100 bottles of wine in three independently cooled zones, perfectly stored behind a triple layer of glass filled with argon gas to protect your wine collection from UV and IR rays. With a sleek design, the wine cellar comes panel-ready for graphite, stainless steel, or custom panels, with the option for a handle-free, push-to-open door. The column has four humidity sensors (one each per zone and one outside) to perfectly control the humidity level between 50%-80%, while Dacor’s own Precise Cooling Technology keeps temperature fluctuations within ±.3°F. Receive notifications and real-time status of your collection through the IQ Connect WIFI system and SmartThings app.
Dacor’s transitional line offers Dacor Color Match.
Dacor’s top-notch design.
The above is Dacor’s 42″ Four-Door French Door
Blends perfectly with surrounding cabinetry thanks to counter height vertical bottom freezer doors. The FreshZone Plus compartment is the most flexible way to make more freezer or refrigerator space whenever you need it. With revolutionary innovations like seamless 3DLighting, stunning stainless steel-wrapped interiors and Dual Icemakers with Cocktail Ice, Dacor brings beauty and performance to life like never before.
So, what is your favorite color? Ours is navy blue + gold.
Artist Devon Walz demonstrated the concept of Dacor Color Match through her art.
A great artwork by artist Alex Turco:
And we did a good time.
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Frieze Los Angeles returns after the sold-out success of its inaugural edition last year and quite a few high-end furniture showrooms put up very impressed curated art displays together with their new furniture collections. From today, we will start to blog a series on art & design.
About artist Jeff Quinn: Jeff Quinn was born in 1964 in Bucks County, Pa. Jeff graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1986 with a BFA in Painting. Residing in New York for 33 years, Jeff has worked numerous shows, group shows and commissions. In 2003 he presented his first show for Ralph Pucci, and is currently teaching drawing and painting at the Parsons School of design. In May 2012 Jeff created a painted installation of over 3,000 square feet of floor and walls for Ralph Pucci during ICFF’s furniture design week.
Marjorie Salvaterra is an award-winning photographer, based in LA, who joined Ralph Pucci in 2017.Continue reading
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