How frigging gorgeous is this. I mean…what! I have always been fond of the symmetrical showrooms and catalogue spaces. This is by far the best. So dramatic and dreamy.
I was first drawn to the architectural details of the Boston Flagship store. The windows and molding is breathtaking. I have blogged many times on arched windoes including this post on ways to dress them with curtains. The arches in this Moroccan post were everything but if I could have the ones from here in my living room, I’d be a happy camper.
This man cave is everything. The lighting is the focal point. See more awesome images from the store on my girl Beth’s blog over on My Chic My Way.
Something is wrong with me. I’m not super duper girly. I don’t wear dresses and my style is moreso skinny jeans, a v-neck shirt under a blazer or cropped jacket. But I do love feminine things like my cocktail rings, bangles & cat eye (which I been rockin since high school, before it became trendy again…after all my eyes are slanted) and will wear some stilettos in a minute but…I still love me some masculine interiors. I like contemporary design and the clean simplicity of it all. I may not want that for my own space but…I still crave the images. If I were rich, I’d have one home solely devoted to the style…
You can create a focal point by making most of how you display your nightstands. For me, I like them perfectly symmetrical. Anchoring a bed with two armoires? Never thought of it but love the impact it gives…
Remember my post on BLACK WALLS? Some people refuse to believe you can create a space that isn’t dark & drab when using a charcoal wall. This color palette is an example. The black wall looks beautiful against the sky blues & silvers & golds of the room…
Putting a wall decal in replace of a lamp is an unexpectant twist. Not to mention the brown, white & orange is a fabulous color scheme. It reminds me of THIS. How do you decorate your nightstands? Do you display pictures, have a pyramid of books?
I always like a little symmetry in a room. Yeah, sometimes it can be a bit stale but there’s something so neat about a room or area of a space that’s perfectly symmetrical. It creates visual balance. I really like to see symmetry on console table areas in an entry or mantel. What are your thoughts?
If this blacked out office isn’t gorgeous, I don’t know what is. It’s so masculine yet stylish. I love the grommet details on the chairs as well as the gold accents throughout. Need help with designing male friendly spaces? Click HERE.
Everything in this photo is exactly the same including the image in the wall photo….