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Good lighting not only brightens up the space, sets the mood but also brings in personality and character. Vintage-inspired lighting design is on-trend now. We came across the new collection of
Zio and Sons x Mitzi and impressed by the nostalgic silhouettes yet with clean lines and beautiful finish. Here are our 5 picks of the pendants from Zio and Sons x Mitzi collection that will elevate any space with an vintage-inspired feel, heirloom qualify and a touch of elegance.
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Fall is the season to cozy up around the table with family and friends. A chandelier in the dining room will put everybody in the mood to enjoy the moments with the beautiful table, savory food and intimate conversations. Here are our 7 handpicked mid-century modern chandlers that will bring in a touch of elegance and sophistication.
AD100 designerKen Fulk who is renowned for his layered interiors and over-the-top parties. just introduced his debut collection of six rugs for The Rug Company. Inspired by the rituals and tropes of storytelling throughout culture, this collection showcases Fulk’s transportive talent through dreamlike motifs and hues.
Back to May this year, we sit in his talk in the Rug Company’s showroom in West Hollywood and really impressed that he is not just a fabulous creator but also so down-to-earth.
Now, Ken Fulk introduced his debut collection of six rugs for The Rug Company. Inspired by the rituals and tropes of storytelling throughout culture, this collection showcases Fulk’s transportive talent through dreamlike motifs and hues.
Each design explores a unique vision and is united by a shared philosophy.
“Each project Fulk designs originates with a narrative, so that was where we began when ideating this collection. Our rugs are created using ancient techniques passed down from generation to generation, which naturally tied in with Fulk’s interest in ritual, storytelling, and sacred geometry in nature. From there, the designs came swiftly as we pulled references from sound waves and folklore tapestries to create a collection of six transportive rugs.” Click here to learn more
Sherwin-Williams just announced its 2024 Color of the Year Upward SW 6239, a breezy and blissful shade of blue that evokes the ever-present sense of peace found when slowing down, taking a breath and allowing the mind to clear. We probably can tell that the world starts to shift from earthy neutrals to lighter expressions. “coastal style is going to come back in a big way.” Ready for a bath refresh for fall or the coming holiday season? Here are our handpicked 4 blue bath vanities that are perfect to bring in a coastal chic to your space.
“Home is where the heart is, and that is where we seek quality and comfort.” –Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren is a global leader in the design, marketing and distribution of luxury lifestyle products. To celebrate 40 yeas of design, Ralph Lauren’s new book,Ralph Lauren A Way of Living: Home, Design, Inspiration, will be out on Sept. 26th, 2023. The book showcases Ralph and Ricky Lauren’s own spectacular properties, showing how each inspired the designs of his collections. The book is the first dedicated to Lauren’s focus on lifestyle and makes the case that his influence has been as profound in the home sphere as it has been in fashion.
As the crisp breeze ushers in the season of transformation, it’s time to welcome the warm and inviting hues of fall into your spaces just like these 5 dining tables we handpicked. They are perfect for your fall refresh and the coming holiday seasons. Now, 30% off with code UPGRADE.
Sherwin-Williams today just announces its 2024 Color of the Year Upward SW 6239, a breezy and blissful shade of blue that evokes the ever-present sense of peace found when slowing down, taking a breath and allowing the mind to clear.
Led by Director of Color Marketing Sue Wadden, the Sherwin-Williams global color and design team researches and identifies key trends that influence the way we interact with color. From those findings, the team turns emerging trends into the annual Colormix® Forecast, which features trending palettes for the year to come. The team then chooses the Color of the Year from the Colormix® Forecast — the 2024 selection, Upward SW 6239.
“Upward SW 6239 represents the gentle forward momentum in all of our lives,” said Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams. “It brings to life that carefree, sunny day energy that elicits a notion of contentment and peace. With this color, we invite our consumers to take a pause and infuse a new sense of ease and possibility into their spaces – one that doesn’t overwhelm, but rather establishes meditation and tranquility.”
From the newly announced Sherwin-Williams color of the year of 2024, we probably can tell that the world starts to shift from earthy neutrals to lighter expressions. Sherwin-Williams Upward SW 6239 paint color not only effortlessly complements coastal design, it will also look good with antiques, vintage pieces, modern/contemporary furniture, transitional pieces and even whimsical boho interiors.
An icon of Arts & Crafts design, the 19th-century British artist, poet and environmentalist William Morris is famed for his botanical textiles and wallpapers, furniture and decorative objects. Founded in 1861, Morris & Co. still creates unique products that uphold his legacy. “We’ve seen a wave of nostalgic design, starting in Europe and now sweeping across the U.S., with a newfound love of color, pattern, and maximalism in our homes. William Morris’ designs are at the forefront of this movement,” says Vallis, who with Maness, scoured the Morris & Co. archives and selected iconic patterns from 1800s to create a suite of plates, bowls, table linens, and more. “I was inspired by images of dining rooms covered with Morris & Co. wallpaper and imagined how Williams Sonoma could translate some of the iconic patterns to the tabletop,” says Maness. “We felt that the Morris & Co. collector would like to have pieces on display every day in their kitchens.” After a successful launch of Williams Sonoma x Morris & Co. last year, here are 7 of our favorite new pieces from this year’s update that are just in time for your fall table refresh.