Maps, old brushed wood and kilim rugs--everything to be considered a curated traditional scene. The layering of these items has become synonymous with sophistication and refinement. They inject elements of a world traveler and collector.
Sometimes less is more, especially when designing an industrial bedroom retreat! Keep the design clean and simple by choosing artwork that is large yet understated. Here, this oversized map of Paris is unique and visually interesting without overpowering the room!
Toys, toys, and more toys! Where can you keep it all? Larger toys often times stay within view because they're harder to hide, like the oversized giraffe. Smaller toys can be kept in things like baskets, drawers, bins , shelves, etc to help keep them organized and out of sight.
Wood tones can help you create an eclectic look in your kitchen. The dining room table in dark tone contrasts with the chairs and stools in a medium tone while the carpet with white, black and blue stripes makes the look really work.
Awash with the sun, this eclectic dining room takes color cues from a muted pastel palette. The buffet lamps remind us of tumbled beach glass. The whitewashed buffet adds a refined coastal element with its carved door panels.
Mirrors are bright and exciting, while also functional and convenient for everyday use! If you have high ceilings or a large wall space to fill, try grouping a handful of mirrors to create one dramatic gallery wall. You won't be disappointed with the effect and will love all of the extra light being reflected into the room!