How to Decorate Your Home Like It’s an Art Gallery. Set the Tone. With a palette of pink, turquoise, purple, black (and more) drawn from a 1970s abstract painting Murray found at the 4,100-square-foot house now teases its sense of style right from the get-go. Step inside and an electric-blue entryway acts as a backdrop
How to Decorate Your Home Like It’s an Art Gallery. Living Color. Kaleidoscope wallpaper, colorful furniture, hip-hop lyrics made into artwork: For Paul and Mikaela Hayama, these design details work harmoniously in their custom-built modern home. monochromatic, neutral, soft palette was an absolute no-no for me, Mikaela, a legal-operations director and mother of two in
Step Inside an Effortlessly Curated Home. Embrace Open-Air Living. Family life and parties naturally flow between the house and yard. An elevated patio sheltered by abundant bougainvillea serves as a true outdoor room, thanks to a layer of rustic textiles.
Step Inside an Effortlessly Curated Home. Take a Risk. Jacobson wanted bold wallpaper, while LeBlanc favored something quieter. The geometric pendant light, 1930s Spanish table (snagged on One Kings Lane)
How to Design a Pair of Family Cabins. Main House: Master Bedroom. Melissa never cared much for this multi-hued Russian rug until Komenda came along. Inspired by the bold combination of colors in the textile and an adjacent painting, the designer brought other soft elements into the carefully considered bedscape, balancing the mix with natural
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This inspired me to consider using my Aztec calendar… or more specifically, paint it all one light color, and give it a darker color wash…. give it a new life.
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