This week amongst my daily Interior Design search I wanted to share my favorite finds for each type of room and why it works:
Light creamy whites in warm hues accent the simple stainless steel hood and barstools. The nature decor adds a soft touch to the room helping the area to become less harsh with the greens. To try this in your home try adding a complimentary hue or color into your kitchen space.
Wallpaper is coming back in a huge way. With easy set up and plenty of designs and colors to choose from, small spaces look more intriguing and big spaces are designed with a focal point in mind. Try adding a wallpaper accent wall into your bathroom to get this wow factor. Found at Houzz.com for more information on the design.
Rustic Living rooms can be taken too far sometimes, but with this complex Living Room we can see Asian influences in the rug, and decor; along with Spanish influences in the fireplace and much more. This room has three main colors: Beige (a neutral or base) blue (a rich color for pop) and orange (a complimentary color and also one of warmth and thus comfort).
When Holidays and Dinner Parties arrive at your humble abode it's always a great feeling to know you have enough standing room as well as enough room for everyone to sit. This room focuses on beautiful creamy white dinning chairs in two separate tables. A smaller table for youth and a larger more eloquent table for adults. Separate lighting and adequate spacing are used.
A trend that has been occurring for quite sometime now is the Eclectic style. A style that involves taking vintage, rustic and hobbies and mushing it all into your favorite display of art. In this Eclectic Bedroom we can see they used creativity in differing bedding textiles and a wooden art piece as their headboard.
Sometime it's hard to trust your little ones with nice things for fear of them destroying every last bit of its' beauty. Have no fear with hard colored plastic. This portion of a children's room is not only a great design due to the focus of reading and playing without using technology, but if has room for siblings and parents to join in at the table.
The Place all of your hard work gets accomplished...and hopefully in piece. For some of us we prefer big open work places and others, like myself prefer a nice view, just enough storage and a functional design. This room accomplishes it all. A design savvy chair in a funky chevron print, built in file cabinets for maximum storage and a beautiful rug and wallpaper to match. Want to try this look in your home and DIY. Buy a rug in your favorite accent color and then purchase a matching designed fabric and wrap your favorite lamp shade. Display both in the same room and you have your new focal point!
Finally, An Outdoor Patio
Whether it's a warm summer night or a chilly autumn evening, a beautiful outdoor patio has a wonderful way of enchanting guests and stirring up great conversations with the family or guests! This patio is successful with subtle but beautiful overhead stringed lighting and whicker sofas. Focal point is the home, specifically the beautiful black glass doors, but when the patio is decorated with a black coffee table the conversation is brought back to the center. Main color theme being: Black (focal point and bold color), grey ( a warm grey to accent the harsh black) and green (the life of the design).
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