I’m always interested in the simplest ways to update my interiors, and one of my favorite ideas is to go with tone-on-tone décor. It’s a process I’ve used over and over again: just choose an existing color—from your room’s finishes, furnishings, even art—then use it to create matching (or sometimes a shade or two off) walls, rugs, and other pieces in the space. The result always feels elegant and modern. Let’s take a look at some of the ways to approach tone-on-tone decorating.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
Imagine having a second home in your dream getaway locale. For some, that would mean managing a mansion in the Hamptons. I tend to go for smaller and simpler, one room should do it for me; something like an artist’s garret in Paris sounds perfect. No matter where the destination or what the size of the space, to be the perfect retreat it should also be the ultimate in relaxed living. Architectural designer Barbara Hill’s second home—in a building that has been everything from a dance hall to a grocery store—in Marfa, Texas, is where she escapes to and lives life all in one room. – See the whole post at The Interior Collective.