By sticking with a strict color palette, you have to ensure there are plenty of textures and patterns to keep the interest. This design does just that. So carefully edited but still creates an edgy vibe. Rustic pieces like wood and baskets & metals are offset with glam items in glossy lacquer and mongolian fur.
This is so pretty and calming to me while still providing glamorous elements like faux fur (assuming it’s faux), aged mirrors and a glittery chandelier. Love the mint walls too. Has a hollywood glam feel. Beautiful. See more arched interiors here and faux fur throws here.
I came across this right after I published my color schemes:coral peach black & gray post. Don’t you hate that? Well I like this space because it’s lived in. As much as I love staging, I hate to see home tours so perfect with all elements of the homeowner’s interest removed, that it feels like a front. You can have a lived in look and still manage to be chic, classic, & fabulous. This area has a casual glam feel. Comfortable looking but luxurious qualities in the color palette, materials and textiles. Speaking of, I always love how black and gray brings the girly hues down a notch. Nothing about this space feels kiddish or tween. Love it.
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?
One Kardashian family member was quoted saying “If something is merely beautiful as a piece of art, that’s one thing. But when you need to live in a space and have it function as your life does, that’s where good design happens.” I agree. I watch that family’s show and it’s spinoffs…..sue me. But part of the reason is the settings backdrop has always been fabulous. I like deep tones and lots of textures, elements of Hollywood glam with reflective finishes all the while keeping the space liveable. You don’t view their home as a place you can’t relax in and touch and it’s something I feel Jeff Andrews has designed quite well. It’s luxurious in the materials but still has a liveable comfortable aesthetic. I’d move in…..sans all the people.
I believe Kourtney Kardashian was interviewed here by Oprah…
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I love her thought process. She doesn’t hide her fav pieces, she displays them. She likes to look at her closet and upon the first glance see things that are meaningful to her, gifts from family or things she picked up in her travels.