Baby it’s cold outside! As soon as you find yourself whispering this, you know it’s time to switch to winter interior decor. What best style to swear by this Fall/Winter, than the cozy Scandinavian style, which we all adore? Advertisements
The room chosen for today’s interior inspiration is a kids’ room styled in a quirky vintage note, with a nostalgic, yet progressive vibe to it.
An irresistibly chic reading space. It is simple, yet sophisticated. The vintage look of the sofa successfully merges into the contemporary suspended bookshelves.
White is a symbol of peace, purity, light (enlightenment), something that we all seek especially around Christmas time. And snow. We all secretly dream of snowy white Christmases. Therefore, white is a recurring theme, almost ubiquitous this time of the year.
Decorating your home in the iconic Scandinavian style comes down to one notion: minimalism.
Baby it’s cold outside! As soon as you find yourself whispering this, you know it’s time to switch to winter interior decor. What best style to swear by this Fall/Winter, than the cozy … Source: Tips for a Cozy Scandinavian Bedroom
Art Nouveau is an artistic style mostly employed in design, architecture and visual arts, which emerged in the first part of the 20th century. The new artistic movement was a response to Neoclassicism and also a link between the end of the 19th century design and modern mid-century design.
A meticulously “unpolished” look, with barn-inspired white ceiling, white plank boards wall garnished with bohemian vintage accessories. The delicate white bedspreads, the chic suspended lamp and the prettiness of the accesories add amazingly well to the rought edges of the wooden floor, wooden cabinet, peaking with the thorny cactus. The entire room seems like an oxymoron. Definitely…
The story of the 2016 Fall trends in interior designs begins with a cozy design, natural materials, natural colors (or neutrals), as much light as possible and the smell of the loveliest scented candles.
What better choice of color for a living room than neutrals? And why? For countless reasons. Keep in mind: you can never go wrong with neutrals.
Might as well consider this a lesson on minimalism. First of all, it is important to seek simplicity in everything. Some of the brightest minds of all times encouraged us to live a simple life, and gave us aphorisms such as the popular “Less is more”.