I like to make up new words to describe how I view certain types of interior décor, and I have one for just this situation: “glamasculine”. That’s what I call the great combination of glamorous and masculine in a space. I think of it as one of those tasty treats—like when you combine peanut butter and chocolate—and today I’m going to give you some of the tricks behind creating it yourself.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
I make no claims to be anything other than self-taught when it comes to my expertise with interior design. I’m not a trained designer; I’m a voracious consumer of design and décor information. As it turns out, that, and a few other tricks I’ve learned along the way, makes me good at promoting design online. Part of what I’ve learned—and recently shared with attendees at the Caesarstone booth during KBIS—is that there are four major attributes of an online design evangelist.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.