Marble has always been a standard element in home design, but lately this rock is taking on new forms in fashion, art, and textiles. We love the inspiration photos above!
Colors are found everywhere in nature, and water is no different. The shades range from light turquoise to deep dark blue. Each color evokes a specific mood and focus. So look to nature to find a little inspiration. The work is already done for you!
Nature has always been a leading force in Stephanie’s inspiration for design. Retreats to the lake or vacations by the ocean are held dear to her heart. Right now we’re deep into work mode, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the beauty of water above. More aquatic inspiration coming Thursday!
This project takes us to Driftwood, Texas. To a place that is sure to be a little gem for visitors in the future. We’re loving the development so far, especially the Fireclay Tile designed by Kelly LaPlante in the bathroom above. Stay tuned for more updates!
Sometimes it’s the neutral designs that really catch your eye. If you keep lines clean and colors soft, you can achieve a striking impact. Check out a few of our favorite uses of neutral tones and clean lines above!
Feathers have a natural sense of beauty, so why not bring this allurement into your home? By utilizing textiles with feathered patterns, you instantly bring in a sense of outdoor splendor. By using real feathers in vases, hanging dream catchers, or even layering in textiles made of feathers—you can add a soft texture to a space. It’s light and beautiful.
Any art piece can make a dramatic statement on a wall, but a traditional feather headdress from Cameroon makes a bold, textural statement. These vivid feather headdresses are traditionally worn by Village Chiefs in the Cameroon region of central Africa. The bright feathers represent the wealth of positive qualities associated with birds and symbolize prosperity. Between their intense colors and prosperous meanings, we think they make a wonderful piece of art.
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!
Above is an inspiration board of some of our favorite works of artist, Dan Flavin. Known for his radically minimal designs using fluorescent tubing, colors, and banal hardware. These installations can be viewed across the nation, including our beloved Marfa.
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.