Rayn started off designing his own home in LA before friends requested him to do theirs. Afterward, he completed 5 projects in a year. He know has a full service interior design firm that designs furniture, selects fabric & materials like stone as well as specific details like bathroom towels. With a belief no job is too big or small and projects stemming from beach houses to NYC lofts, Ryan White Designs dabbles in a little bit of everything to create beautiful interiors. Here are some of my favorite spaces from his portfolio.
When living in a cramped space, it’s often hard to find the room to sit a dining or kitchen table. Often times apartment kitchens are small or galley styled and may only have a dinette area verses a full dining room. So purchasing furniture that fits the space is imperative. You want to be able to move around the tables and still have something functional.
I wasn’t always sold on tulip tables or anything mid-century for that matter but over time I have come to appreciate how genius the design is. Having a pedastal base allows chairs to easily scoot in without bumping legs. A circular table frees up more space than a traditional rectangular shaped one and they fit perfectly in any small nook and cranny of a room.
So if you’re in a dorm or moved back to the parents home and need a bit of privacy when dining, consider a table of this style. Pairing it with one or four chairs really doesn’t matter if the circumferance of tabletop isn’t too big. Bistro tables typically look great in pairs of chairs or even solo dolo when placed in a corner. Add a light to create a cozy reading nook.
Love how they made use of this space above. This is how you make every square inch count…
I only like the table and chairs and I would have put this in the if I could change 1 thing category but my love for those regal purple chairs made this aye okay for an indulge daily post. I mean….can these just appear in my home?
Usually I’m not into super bold wallpaper especially ones with flowers and leaves but I do really like the ones in this post. I wouldn’t live with it but I do like these when done in a small area or accent wall.
Twins Teman & Teran Evans (HGTV’s design consultants for the show High/Low Project) live together & collaborated to create a home that effectively mixes higher end pieces with lower price point retail chain stores. Covering a living room wall with … Continue reading →
When I saw this dining room I immediately thought how much I like the bones. The loft feel and sloped ceilings makes for a very interesting dining space but it comes crashing down with the random vases sporadically spread on the table. I don’t even like the tablecloth. But if I had to pick one thing, it would be the centerpieces. They’re too large and disrupts conversation by causing an obstructed view and….I just don’t like them. What would you change?