Rose Quartz was 2016’s color of the year. And although we’ve moved on the newly inspiring and refreshing Greenery, we still love pastel tones and all the soothing ambiance that comes with it. And that’s exactly the feeling that this lovely pastel living room passes on.
It’s not the first time we feature a Parisian-inspired Room of the Week. And that’s no coincidence. A romantic and dreamy city by excellence, Paris is the inspiration for many beautiful home designs. This living room in the Upper West Side is yet another proof of it.
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Right at first glance, we can see that this living room design lives off the juxtaposition between the new and the vintage. The modern armchair looks beautiful next to the baroque-like fireplace and mantel. The mixed rugs showcase that harmony in a very clear way. With an ostentatious white rug on top of a geometric-patterned contemporary carpet.
Porcelain details – which we’ve talked about before – also create a lovely contrast in the living room decor.
The open plan living and dining room boasts the most gorgeous and trendy raw white. The flower-patterned chairs are also a nice finishing touch to the room’s design.
Sometimes, the success of an interior design project lies in the smallest details. We believe that the secret for this living room is nothing other than that: choosing the right patterns, the right textures, and putting them in the right place.
IMAGES CREDIT: Lonny Magazine
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This week’s ‘Room of the Week’ is solely around this incredible nordic gray bedroom we found and completely fell in love with! Gray is one of the trendy colors for the year, and you’ll see how it fits right in with this design.
This stunning nordic bedroom design belongs to interior designer Gen and her Danish husband Kasper. You’ll see that what we loved the most are the dark and soothing color scheme, as well as the soft and warm textures, very characteristic of this style.
With its nickel details and a glossy black finish, this lighting design would definitely accentuate the nordic feeling of the bedroom.
Every aspect of the designer’s bedroom was thought to the detail, and that shows. Another great thing about this design is the usage of indoor plants. This year more than ever, green and other natural elements will be very trendy. Besides, scandinavian and nordic designs wouldn’t be the same without a few green leaves.
Ceramics is another element very present in the nordic style. Proof of that are these stunning white ceramics tray and embedded vases.
IMAGES’ CREDIT: MY SCANDINAVIAN HOME
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The incredible open concept kitchen you’re about to see wasn’t always that lovely and that stylish. In fact, when a young couple purchased their modern Craftsman-style home in Georgetown, Texas, they knew they would need to give the dated kitchen and the adjacent living room a complete makeover.
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Designer Matt Tsang helped the couple create an open kitchen that now includes an eye-catching backsplash, natural elements and mixed metals for warmth and depth.
The updated color palette includes light gray walls, a white ceiling and a beautiful tile backsplash in a soft sea-glass hue. The base of the island has a rich gray color that helps anchor the room.
“The brass knobs added a glam warmth to the space, and they work perfectly with the backsplash,” Tsang says. “Adding that detail helps the room avoid feeling flat with all those cabinets on the back wall.”
A wood-look porcelain tile floor offers durability and warm tones. The tile extends into the living room, which was previously carpeted.
Tsang demolished the previous kitchen, pantry and laundry area to create a more efficient floor plan. Removing the old peninsula and pony wall allowed him to extend the kitchen to the former breakfast nook and open it more to the living room.
The updated living room’s style is transitional, with two brown leather club chairs, a gray sofa, a brass coffee table with oval frame and claw feet, and a handwoven gray area rug. “It’s such an open concept, the spaces had to really play off one another,” Tsang says. “They’re now truly the heart of the home.”
IMAGES SOURCE: M. WALTER DESIGN
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