Trend Watch: 2017 Pantone Color Pick

The ballots are in and it’s official: Pantone has named Greenery the 2017 color of the year.     Noted as nature’s neutral, Pantone claims the cool color is illustrative of both growth and renewal. To us, it looks strikingly similar to the shade more commonly known as avocado…but Greenery does seem to have a slightly sweeter ring to it….

Divine DIYs You Need in Your Home

Simple updates can bring a refresher to any space, and in our minds, it’s never a bad time to take on a decor DIY (especially if it’s the weekend). When it comes to your home, it’s the little things that matter.  Here’s a roundup of the DIYs we’re dying to try: Lucite Tray Table Pretty…

Piece of Paradise: Palm Springs Inspired Tabletop

With Spring quickly approaching, the idea of outdoor entertaining seems more and more appealing. This year, we like the look that comes with Palm Springs-inspired tabletops. Love the look as much as we do? Here’s how to make it your own: images via Amorology Venetian Champagne Goblets | Culver Mushroom Highball Glass | Pink Washed Linen Napkins | Tri-Band Ceramic Salad…

Trending in Textiles: Guatemalan Fabrics

Picking out a new sofa is the equivalent of committing yourself to a long-term relationship. Whether or not you realize it, that piece of furniture has the power to dictate the entire feel of your space. Considering all your options is usually the best route to go. We tend to appreciate things with history and…

Bold Geometry + How to Make it Work For You

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Art Deco influenced elements have become popular in design again, and you won’t find any complaints here. Our favorite trait that seems to be typical of this period’s style is the avid use of geometry. We love the thought of getting bold with angular patterns. There’s really no better way to do this…

The Four Design Trends of 2016 We Love

It’s a little over a month into 2016 and we’ve already settled on our favorite design trends. Just like anything else though, incorporating the new into your existing interiors takes skill. Here’s four of our 2016 design picks and how to make them a part of your space: Oversized Art (Domino) Replacing the more popular idea of the gallery…

The 7 Dos and Don’ts of Home Staging

Time and time again, staging a property prior to sale proves to reap its rewards. Bringing in, on average, up to 8% more in profit at its time of sale, a well staged house doesn’t necessarily require the work of a professional, but there are some definite dos and don’ts. Do: Play up the best features…

Style Files: Small Entryways

Carving out a practical space at your entryway, regardless of how small it is, is a must. Your foyer is a guest’s introduction to your home, so making a point to implement design elements that are reflective of your tastes is critical to keeping the design of your home cohesive from start to finish. Here’s 10 entryways that do…

The Best Bouquets for the Year Ahead

On a holiday popularized by the exorbitant consumption of chocolate candies, Valentine’s Day has something nearly everyone can look forward to. Whether your entertaining your honey or just an intimate group of friends, the notion of celebrating love, in its many forms, is a beautiful thing. And, no less, should be celebrated in style. Elle Decor recently featured…

Sweet Serenity: Getting the Bedroom You Want

Making the most of your sleeping space is one of the wisest investments you’ll make. To simplify things, we’ve outlined five easy design tactics to help your create the bedroom of your dreams: Clear out clutter: By far the most important step, clearing out the clutter instantly allows for light and energy to flow into spaces…

Where to Stay in Amsterdam: Hotel Pulitzer

Resting within arm’s reach of some of Amsterdam’s most notable tourist spots, Hotel Pulitzer is set to become one of the Netherlands’ most desirable destinations. Occupying the stretch along the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, 25 houses, all whose origins date back around 400 years, will make up the hotel’s guest quarters. So far, 80 rooms are…

Celerie Kemble’s Tropical Retreat

Ever wonder where some of the design industry’s most stylish spend their free time? For Celerie Kemble, it’s a tropical compound she established on the coast of the Dominican Republic. Imbued with the signature sense of whimsy that’s all too often character of Kemble’s interiors, the sprawling vacation spot beautifully blends new, vintage, bespoke, and her own designs for…