I’ve been obsessed with birch tree wallpaper ever since I saw this bedroom photo on houzz.com. I’m currently working on a project that features a similar wall treatment—photos to come! The trees add a perfect touch of whimsy without being too kitsch. I feel like this room contains so much of what I love: A black and white color palette, a touch of modern and a touch of whimsy. And what’s better than diving into clean, crisp, all-white bedding on an oversized bed?
How to give your home a rustic/modern vibe without looking like you killed something. We’ve been debating purchasing an antler chandelier for the boutique so we’re constantly on the lookout. This Etsy shop’s antler items are made from “naturally shed” deer antlers from the rockie mountains of Colorado. Not sure about their “antler dog chews” though…
This just in!
Glass and cork test-tube rack. This could work great in a modern, country, or industrial kitchen…it fits almost any design style. It can be used as a spice rack or as a set of vases to display a neat row of flowers! Design by the KNICK KNACKERY. Contact us for details :)
Love the black and white color palette but not so sure I’d want my shoes hanging over my head like that. Great concept nonetheless!
Color blocking is a trend that’s recently stepped off the fashion runway and into the home. It consists of using bold opposites on the color wheel and combining them to create the widest contrast possible. I’ve always loved “mod” fashion and was excited to see this trend popping up on the home decor scene.