If there’s ever a time to overdo it in the decorating department, it’s the holiday season. But frankly, all those twinkling lights and red and green festooned surfaces can be pretty overwhelming. After all, not everyone wants their living room to look like Santa’s workshop. So if you’re craving less of a Christmas look this year but fear being labeled a Grinch, then you’re in luck, because according to Pinterest’s holiday data report, seasonal simplicity is in. From wreaths and tabletop decor to Christmas trees themselves, these traditional trimmings are
We’ve been invited into the homes of some truly special people this year. As 2017 draws to a close, we’re looking back at some of the amazing clients, memories, and spaces that made 2017 a magical year of design. From a TV star’s new family home to a retro vacation pad in Palm Springs, these are the makeovers that made our year! A special thanks to those that helped along the way, and every other design we did – we love them all! Gray Malin’s Coastal Creative Studio Gray Malin’s
Image via Architectural Digest Miami Beach’s tropical climate and sandy white beaches make it a popular vacation destination all year long. But for one week in December, the exhilarating city also known for its nightlife, and budding art scene devotes itself entirely to the latter. Enter Art Basel. The international fair showcases the finest in contemporary art and draws a crowd of everyone from gallerists and collectors to celebrities, influencers, and party people. If you won’t be among the attendees this year, that’s okay, we’ve done a little research for
Image via HAY x WRONG FOR HAY The color red is a lot of things. It can mean love and anger, passion and power. The rich, warm tone reminds people of the heat of the summer and the festive spirit of winter holidays. Though in recent years, cooler colors have ruled interiors, bold crimsons are suddenly back on the scene. And as color trends transition from baby pinks and pale pastels to more saturated hues, we think it’s time to bring the famed advice of Bill Blass into our homes — “When
Humans may have more in common with bears than we think. When the temperatures drop, most of us like to hide away until the sun returns. But unlike bears, we prefer to hibernate in cozy corners stacked with blankets rather than deep inside dark caves. From reading nooks made for curling up with a gripping novel to window seats with perfect snowfall views, these are the cozy corners we’re dying to hide in this season. Scandinavian Whites Bright, white corners flooded with natural light are perfect for beating the winter blues.