For this week’s décor post I want to share pictures of the beautiful Los Angeles home of singer-songwriter John Legend and his wife, model Christine Teigen, who hired Don Stewart of Desiderata Design to update the entire property, transforming the interiors as well as the grounds.
I was dying for some outdoor space. Now that I have a decent-sized patio, I’m overwhelmed with the possibilities. The two chairs and tiny side table we currently have are simply way too small for the space and, since they were originally a part of an outdoor dining set, they are extremely uncomfortable for lounging and reading a book—which is what I want to do.
It had been a while since I last visited my favorite décor blogs, so over the weekend I took some time to catch up and get myself updated on the latest happenings in the décor world.
When I saw photos of this super eclectic SoHo loft on House of Turquoise, I immediately felt uplifted and inspired by it. Its design is so bold, so lively and fresh, that I couldn’t help but share it with you.
In Massachusetts (or anywhere, really), it’s hard to come by a person who isn’t charmed by Martha’s Vineyard. Owning a house there—even a tiny little one—would be a dream!
With Big Apple’s Annual Rug Market going on right now, the one thing that is stuck on my mind is Moroccan Berber Rugs, or, as most commonly known, “Moroccan Shag Rugs”.
When Bri Emery, from Design Love Fest, needed help decorating the living room of her new duplex, she quickly turned to friend and interior designer, Emily Henderson, whom she knew could deliver exactly what she was looking for. Together, they were able to create a space that was perfectly eclectic and polished, filled with color, light and different textures.
A rainstorm did not stop Joy Cho, from Oh Joy, from throwing a garden party to celebrate the launch of her Oh Joy for Target collection a few weeks ago. Leave it up to Joy to bring the casual, fun and sunny feeling of an outdoor garden party indoors, while still having fun and not letting the rainfall ruin her day.
I have been secretly flirting with Whitney Port’s four-story, Venice loft ever since Domaine Home first published it in January.
Living in an apartment in the city certainly has its advantages, but one of the things I find myself longing for as of late is an outdoor space…a yard, my very own patch of grassy area and some trees. (With so many new developments in my neighborhood, the very few trees we used to have left are now nearly gone.)
Besides being a very comforting and soothing color, helping you relax, when used on your walls navy blue can also add an elegant, dramatic yet welcoming feel to your house. And even though it is a dark color, it somehow manages to still bring life to a room.
Either used to make a statement, on an accent wall or simply all over, this deep blue color looks stunning when contrasted against bright and daring neons such as yellow, orange and green, or more familiar and less adventurous colors such as white, turquoise and other neutral and earthy tones.