Have a piece of artwork you love that's just getting lost in your decor where it lives now? Rescue it from obscurity and give it a more prominent spot by setting it off by itself in a surprising location in the home (perhaps hung asymmetrically for even more oomph).
Designer Jenni Kayne‘s Los Angeles home is proof that, sometimes, less is more. Reclaimed wood and natural stone elements give the modern architecture warmth and character. I’m mildly obsessed with the black walled room, steel coated bathtub, the adorable kids’ room, and of course, the ever-so-serene outdoor living room!
Gorgeous house full of eclectic details. It has the mix of modern and vintage that J and I are always looking for in combining our styles. Definitely worth clicking through to see the rest of the photos; it was hard to pick just one.
Interior designer Alessandra Branca loves all colors but she has become most known for her use of red. So much so that when she suggests to show house committees that she’d like to design a different color room, they steer her back to red because it’s what the public wants. And I have a feeling […]