Tuesday Trends- Bar Storage and Display
Filed under: Design Advice,Tuesday Trends — April 11, 2017 @ 9:15 AM

Sometimes there are spaces in our home that we don’t know how to utilize. How about throwing in a wet bar or dry bar? If you don’t want it exposed, you can put it in a hallway, mudroom, or unused closet. There are many options as to the type of storage or display that you can implement. If you like the idea of having exposed storage, open displays with a fun back-splash can really create a statement. When stylized and well-organized, wet bars can look amazing!

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Sources | Morgante Wilson Architect | Patrick Ahearn Architects | Stahlburg Design | Faiella Design | Venegas and Company

~Emily

Friday Favorites-Hampton Inspired Homes
Filed under: Friday Favorites,Travel inspiration — April 7, 2017 @ 10:40 AM

Is anyone missing Spring Break?! I know I am. We often tell ourselves there’s too much work to do and we don’t have time for vacation. If this sounds like you it would be wonderful to make your home into your own personal retreat. Light and neutral tones are relaxing and support natural light in your home. There’s a reason why this look is so popular on the beachfront; its peaceful. Having less pattern and fewer accents helps us to shut our brains down after a busy work day. The image below shows several options for seating layout and neutral textural elements within one area. So, whether you’re by yourself or have company, its relaxing for everyone.

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Sources | mydomain.com | sothebyshomes.com | architecturaldigest.com

~Emily

Tuesday Trends-Rug Inspiration
Filed under: Design Advice,Tuesday Trends — April 4, 2017 @ 2:45 PM

Some say that a rug is the most important thing in a space.  An area rug grounds some of the most substantial pieces in your home while complementing your accents and tying everything together. This is the focal point which draws your guests to an area of entertainment or guides your family to a place for comfort. It’s a conversation piece, house warmer, and art piece.

 

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Sources | 1 Austin Patterson Diston Architects LLC | 2 Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC, Austin, Texas | 3 Daniella Villamil Interiors, Las Vegas, Nevada | 4 Jessica Helgeson Interior Design, Portland, Oregon.

~Emily

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