Curious about interior design trends for 2021? Check out these predictions for interior design as we enter another decade!!
A man’s home is his castle. But you might want to make the castle walls more decorative and add some nice furniture to make the fortress more pleasant to live in for yourself. As it turns out, some men have an amazing sense of taste when it comes to interior design. And the proof is in the pudding—the photos here might just inspire you to give your own home a makeover.
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Hey, we have brought you the first Christmas present – 7 fresh design trends that will rule in 2020! Check out what will definitely be “in” your interior
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Call It Design is an Instagram magazine that shares eye-pleasing examples of what it considers modern design, and it has earned itself 105K followers by doing so.
Glam style is often reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour. It takes a lot of inspiration from classy and luxurious interior design. When it comes to this kind
Mid-century modern is the style that just won’t quit. Check out these 14 examples of mid-century modern living room design and get inspired for your space!
Athena Calderone answers one reader's question with small living room ideas to create a beautiful yet functional space.
In case you haven’t noticed, the ‘70s are making a comeback. Bell-bottoms and platform shoes are once again on the runways, and woven flower crowns have pretty much become a staple at every music festival. Another rebound artifact from the groovy era? Burnt orange sofas. That’s right, the bright hue is making its way back into our homes and our hearts, and we couldn’t be more excited.
Check out our Fall Boho Modern Farmhouse Decor tour on the blog. I share simple ways I add in touches of fall decor to our space!
When one thinks of industrial style, it is more often than not associated with large, cold spaces, with soulless warehouse vibes. Yet industrial style has progressed so much as of late, enough to be translated easily into the comfort of your own home with ease and enjoyment! We have several tips that can change your perspective on this up and coming trend. 1. Features Forever Industrial interiors often boast exposed brick walls, which are great and can be art pieces themselves with the right distressing - you can also hang your favourite artworks on top of the brick, creating layers of textures and design. Whether you go for a statement piece, cluster smaller photographs together, or accentuate a special sculpture against a bare wall, it is an ideal setting for this to steal the focus. Shop the Look 2. Metal Everything Utilising the colder elements for furniture is ideal for industrial style, try metal large-scale bookshelves that can also be used as dividers in a more open-plan space. Wrought iron light features are a must, opt for softer shaded bulbs to help create some warmth for contrast, mix or match your coffee and side tables to your heart's desire, industrial doesn't have to be perfect, it is all about experimenting! Shop the Look 3. Tactful Use of Colour Do not hesitate when it comes to adding a dash of colour in what is normally a more monotone pallet. Use different furnishing or accessories to add a little diversity, a mustard couch, navy curtains, or red velvet pillows. You can also introduce block colours via a statement wall, contrasting next to industrial style pieces or exposed brick is very on-trend. Shop the Look 4. Back to Nature Oppose the colder surfaces of the industrial style with some fresh greenery. From tall fiddle-leaves to a more tropical palm will add that much-needed zest into your living room. Make sure they get tons of light and warmth from the sun so next to a factory size window is ideal, or the next best thing, or a quick fix would be to place some dried native flowers on the coffee table which will automatically soften the feel of the room. Shop the Look 5. Bring the Bar Home The beauty of this style is that there are no rules. It can be whatever you want it to be, whether you open it up to involve your kitchen and dining room or insert a drinks trolley, or even your very own bar set-up. Create decorated shelving with liquor bottles, designer ornaments, and backlighting. Shop the Look Shop our Industrial Style Collection here All images sourced via Pinterest - click here to see originals and more inspiring imagery.
Interior Designer Katarina Fischer "When you are opting for a neutral color palette in your home, keep a few things in mind. Always try to keep adding some pieces that you have a true connection
Is there a perfect plant for every style? We like to think so! From rustic to modern and everything in between, see our picks for which plants complement different styles best.
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The following propositions from well-known paint brands seem to confirm this opinion. Check out which colors will rule interior design in 2020!
See how these designers are decorating with pink and green in every part of their homes and let me know where you like it best!
You’ve Marie Kondo-ed and you may have even Danshari-ed (disposed of mental and physical junk). But have you Hygge-d? Pronounced “hoo-gah”, Hygge is a way of living that was originally developed by the Danish in the 18thcentury. The word itself embodies well-being or using simple pleasures and inviting spaces to feel good. Today Hygge is ...