This kitchen looks great: one of my favorite color palettes–orange and brown–is given extra oomph with the addition of gray, white, and silver accents. The combination of open shelving and cabinetry is a great idea too.
Via Style At Home Blog.
I see an image like this and immediately think: catalog image/professionally styled. If so, I get it–they’re showcasing certain items and might not have the freedom to really create a room. But the items here make for such a good start I can’t help but want to step in for edits and additions. The wall pieces, first of all–the letters and clock have no relationship to anything else so I’d lose ‘em and find some large scale art for that space (keeping the odd giant’s ruler on the left though; it’s too interesting). Then I’d anchor the space with a large and colorful rug or set of Flor tiles–all this light on light is so airy it’s going to float away without something to hold it down.
Via design labyrinth.
I sometimes feel like I’m drowning in clean, Swedish white-on-white-on-white rooms during my daily review of dozens of interior style blogs. Are they often beautiful? Of course, but we all crave variety; it’s in our DNA. So when I saw this space today I found it really refreshing; still simple and beautiful but with the added interest of stripes. The vintage leather chair and amazing lighting are well served by this setting.
While most will focus on the wall of wonderful art, I’m all about the mixture of woods, the modern-meets-Eastern influences, the seriously random lamps, and the fantastic floor covering grounding it all. Some times mixing it up is a mess but this time it’s a masterpiece.
Via FROM THE RIGHT BANK.