Here’s a “good” problem: figuring out how to furnish your poolside space; it’s the kind of problem I’d actually want to have—because then I’d have a pool. But just because I don’t have a pool doesn’t mean I can’t have opinions about what makes for good poolside décor. Here are some of my favorite examples.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
Waaaay back in 2010, the inimitable Anna Dorfman, of Door Sixteen blogging fame, gave birth to something she playfully—and apologetically—called the “fauxdenza.” The original fauxdenza is pictured above and was craftily comprised of IKEA cabinets and doors affixed to the wall. The table runner shown across the unfinished top was eventually replaced, and an Internet DIY sensation was born – along with a new word.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
If you’ve ever wondered where tomorrow’s must-have furniture pieces come from, look no further than ICFF – the annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair – which just wrapped up in New York. Some of the items seen there will become ubiquitous features in all your favorite design blogs, and some will ultimately become furnishings treasured by homeowners for decades to come. I call those that will still be around and used for the next 50-80 years “New Classics” and I have my own process for spotting them. Want to find New Classics of your own? Here are three ways to start to do that.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.