Although summer is not over, fall is on the horizon…which means it’s time to kick up the fireplace. Where should we store the wood?
These walls of books in spaces look totally chic. They really help to bring texture to a room whether it is a great room, a library, or even a bedroom. The ones on the stairs teeters on hoarding but still looks pretty cool.
These functional yet fashion baskets add a rustic touch to any room. These are some great images we found in additon to our previous post of adding natural texture accents.
These are some great examples of how to create a room or some privacy without building a solid wall. Slat walls can be used as room dividers or fences or to just create some interest. Loving the below images.
Not usually into this sort of thing, but these painted antlers by Cassandra Smith are giving a little navajo/tribal vibe. Could be great in the right environment.
A super Scandinavian look and feel is when floors are bleached or pickled. It makes the wood grain come out and is perfect for those that want white, white, white but don’t want to paint the floors. Here is an interesting how to at woodweb.com
These beautiful monochromatic spaces are perfectly accented with one common element…a basket woven item. Chairs, baskets, bowls and chests. They add great texture to these rooms.
You may have seen our study before on Decorative tile. We are obsessed, especially in these photos of the tiles being used in more non-traditional ways.
Loving these images (particularly the first 3 from Elle Decor Italia). We live for the magazine and ipad app. This is a study on the use of wood on walls, and floors, and even ceilings. The possibilities are endless.
Factory windows have long been part of the urban industrial landscape and they are really a perfect way to incorporate an old world industrial feel into a modern space. Torrance Steel Window Company out of California is still around producing this style of window and these can be a great alternative to a standard double...
A touch of wood and soft colors in these rooms adds so much warmth to the clean palettes.
With summer upon us, it is nice to think of adding some beach to your house. Simple touches like a round window and stripes add a nautical flare to these rooms.
These bright office spaces inspire you to work late. It doesn’t have to be just a desk and a rolling chair.
Grey can really help ground a room. A few examples of how this is accomplished. Even with pop colors, the grey stands out.