I thought I will be sharing some bedroom design inspiration with you today because I think people can be discouraged when it comes to the bedroom.
Today we are talking about Scandinavian style, and what does it exactly mean. This topic is important for me right now, because I'm designing a space in this style with some industrial elements, so I really wanted to make sure I get everything about this style. And I thought, why not share this with you?
Transitioning into fall and winter season is the perfect time to update your bedroom with a darker wall color. Not to mention these moody rich colors are so on trend right now!
Fall is officially here and it means that it's time go gather some fall table settings and decoration ideas. Since we have quite a few festivities this season, Halloween and Thanksgiving, I'm sure you will host at least one dinner party.
While I'm writing this post it is still sunny and warm outside. But we need to also admit, that it is the end of August and autumn is just around the corner. And while the weather doesn't look like it yet, I've been really into checking out autumn/winter trends, that are slowly making their way into the home decor and interior design shops.
The mid-century modern trend shows no sign of going away soon, so I decided to write a post about it and how to incorporate this style in your home. Mid-century modern is everywhere at the moment, if you follow home decor and interior Insta pages and blogs, you know what I'm talking about.
Wallpapers are an excellent choice if you want to bring some personality to your bedroom. There are every type of patterns and colors under the sun, so don’t worry, that you won’t find anything you like or that matches your bedroom.
Every month I choose an interior designer or an interior design firm, that I love and follow their work. And I show you my favorite project of them, or one of my favorites. It is usually quite hard to choose! This month I choose Studio McGee, whose work I've been following for years now.
A little boy's room is always a challenge to design. It really depends on the age of course, but it can be tricky. They don't usually care as much as little girls do, but they certainly tell you if they don't like the space you planned for them.