Adding round accents to a room can add just the right amount of curve and balance to a space. We love the use of light fixtures, mirrors, and art installations in the board above!
James Turrell has been an American artist for over half a century. With his training in perpetual psychology and childhood captivation with light, he began experiment with light in the 1960’s. Lucky for us, because we’re amazed by his light works he has created. Above are a few of our favorites!
When incorporating darker design into your home—it’s important to tread lightly.
Here are a few things to try.
1. Dark wallpaper with bright floral contrast. This can make a strong impact and instantly create a mood.
2. Rich textiles that add a layer of lux. The juxtaposition of velvet against a darker space is lovely.
3. Paint a dark wall or buy a piece of dark furniture. Purchasing a piece in black or painting a wall a deep navy makes a strong statement.
There’s something charming about a retro airstream—so we were thrilled to learn that Stephanie was working with Jane Schweppe to transform Jane’s beautiful airstream. Below are the before photos!
Because Jane is not afraid of color or pattern, they were able to take the airstream to another level with graphic blue prints and pops of orange. See the after photos below!
We share some of our favorite inspiration photos of all things woven or patterned in the board above. We live for these linear designs. It’s such an easy way to bring smart design into your home.
Cush cush designs loves all things floor to ceiling, and although the windows and walls have a dear place in our hearts, we don’t think floors should be forgotten. Check out the wow-factor a chevron floor can make in your home above. We’re fans.
Black and white was a major trend this past season, but the combination of contrasting neutrals or texture is timeless. Finding textiles like fur or embroidery take the design element to another level. This trick instantly makes merchandise seem more lux and stylish. View the inspiration board above for ideas!
Often we focus on the bright side of the color wheel, leaving the neutral tones in the dark. But there’s beauty in the blend of these shades. They can make a room feel carefree or contrast each other to deliver a graphic effect.
It’s no secret that Stephanie loves birds. There’s a natural beauty to them that she both appreciates and admires. The same goes for decorating your walls with printed wallpaper. Make sure it’s something you’ll admire every single day. These designs can be subtle or make a strong statement.
We’ve collected some our favorite golden wallpaper photos for our inspiration board above. Braving a metallic touch on the walls reaps a big reward with its subtle, yet chic style.