Think you have a tiny kitchen with no space for seating? What about at the window?
If you live in a small apartment or know a friend who does, look around for a window to create a cozy cafe nook. Add some stools and create a cafe feel.
How to make a tiny kitchen functional & stylish? Add tile & a place to sit.
This kitchen is part of a studio apartment. Normally, the same floor would continue into the kitchen, but these clever Parisian owners added graphic tile with a small pattern. The change in the floor helps distinguish the kitchen.
The manly office is close to the moody office...but without the feminine touches like fur or flowers. Not all manly offices have to be moody....but they usually do have leather.
Going the opposite route of white....we have the dark moody office. I love the mix above of the glam textured light fixture, warmth of tan leather chairs, modern acrylic table, and traditional rug.
Maybe you are inspired by the edgy energetic decor of the new start up offices. Bright colors, modern furniture, and cool art, will make you feel hip and trendy.
A close cousin to the white cheerful girly office is the more muted/understated white minimalist modern office. A bit more serious, a bit more sophisticated.
You'll notice more natural/neutral colors incorporated instead of the bright pops.
Incorporate clean lines, mid-century modern, nothing too frilly. When in doubt, less is more.
Think you don't have room for a home office? Think again! Do you have an attic? A basement? A garage? A closet? A backyard? Under the stairs?
Farmhouse office is another style. Do you work in wine country? Are you drawn to shabby chic or vintage or flea market finds? Do you wish you lived in Provence? You may like this style!
It's that time of year again! May, sunshine, springtime, and the SF Decorator Showcase.
If you don't live in SF, you probably have something similar in your town. Once a year, they choose a home and choose the top decorators in the area to each design one room
Looking for a new coffee table? Not looking for a new coffee table, but something in your living room doesn't feel exactly right? Take some measurements!
Key numbers: 18 and 2/3.