Madrid-based architect Ignacio García de Vinuesa and interior designer Elisa Rodríguez salvaged original architectural details and married them with modern contemporary art and furniture in this home. Although I am tired of sea urchin decor, I am not tired of this light fixture. I’ve seen it before and think it’s such a show stopper.
The wood on the cabinetry is nothing short of gorgeous. Wow. Combined with black counters and herringbone floors, it makes for a very up to date space with architectural details to add character.
The latest issue of Adore Home is filled with so much inspiration. I swear they are my favorite online magazine. Just like the last issue which I blogged about here, so many interiors featured are saturated with hues, a mix of patterns and blended styles that would make the creative challenged feel…..creative. These spaces are such happy places I thought I’d share my favs.
Gucci’s Spring collection was all about color. Pairing not so common hues with one another and rocking the look head to toe. Most people are afraid of color when it comes to interiors. They’re hesitant in putting loud hues on the walls (even though paint is the cheapest way to change the feel of a space). And buying a big piece of furniture in a loud color? Forget about it.
So I wanted to highlight some interiors that also stepped outside the norm to live a little vibrantly…
Who watches HGTV’s Color Splash with David Bromstad? *raises hand* I love the show and his out the box way of approaching design. With the show now in Miami, we really get a glimpse of how it is to take a risk and bring color in a space. Here are some designs worth indulging in not only for the holidays but everyday interiors as well…
How awesome is this whimsical space above? Kid would love this, adults would love this.