I’ve always been a big fan of incorporating color into interior design. I’ve also always been very opinionated about what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to color—at least for my particular décor aesthetic. For example, I have a greater appreciation for deep, rich color than I do for pastels,. Similarly, the trendy kitchen colors of my youth, like harvest gold and avocado green, tend to make my stomach turn. Imagine my surprise when finding so much to like about the plethora of colorful ovens starting to show up in kitchens. By and large, they look good! Are you ready to embrace colorful ovens with me?– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
After some friends suggested it, I started watching American Dream Builders. The competition is over, I know; I’m watching it on demand and (mostly, except for Elaine) enjoying it. This Craftsman-meets-Contemporary table is one of the favorite things I’ve seen so far.
What a terrific setting for this classic MCM piece, the Eero Saarinen Womb Chair. It looks great against the dark wall with white traditional woodwork, paired with bright, contemporary citron Flor tiles. Looks like there’s a Flos Arco Lamp sneaking into the photo from above as well as Ikea’s Jonisk floor lamp next to the chair.
Via IKEA Magazine.
This home, workspace and studio combination mixes everything together and comes up with awesome. Kitchen, dining, laundry and shower (that steel enclosure on the right above is the shower) all exist in this part of the space; I can’t remember ever seeing anything like this before. What do you think?
Photography: Adrienne Breaux.
Via Apartment Therapy.