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Crystal Strand Chrome 29-Inch-W ET2 Halogen Chandelier
“Lots of glam and a little modern, this chandelier has it all!”
- R. Brannon, Interior Designer
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Who said lake homes had to be campy and cozy without any real design aesthetic. Well, they're wrong. We spotted this beautiful modern lake home and decided to furnish it in our dreams...
The key to designing a clean aesthetic that still falls under the category of natural and organic is all about the materials. The form will keep it modern with clean lines and minimal frill.
1. White Glass Chip Satin Nickel 12-Inch-W Chandelier 2. Currey And Company Beachhead 21" Square Driftwood Mirror 3. Zuo Modern Charcoal Gray 28 3/4-Inch-W Armchair 4. Charlotte Mirrored 18 1/2-Inch-H Accent Table 5. Cosgrove Mid-Century White Ceramic Table Lamp 6. Natural Light All Wrapped Up Jute 65 1/2-Inch-H Floor Lamp 7. Fenia Chrome with Brown Rattan Swivel 35-Inch-H Chairs
Image: Expensive Life
Sometimes it's hard to find a modern table lamp style that is both modern and versatile. Well, Robert Abbey's Delta table lamp will look great in an entryway, bedroom, dining room or living space. And with all the colors, it's perfect for a family home or a bachelor pad!
The glazed ceramic base is topped by an oyster linen shade and the polished nickel finish accents complete the design perfectly. Whether you want a pop of color or a subtle accent to light your room, this is the perfect style table lamp.
Robert Abbey's Delta Lily Table Lamp
Images: House Tweaking, Caitlin Wilson
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Unexpected design is the best design. It’s always an exciting moment when your guests are oohed and awed by your space. One secret weapon is a gallery wall. Collections of art create beautiful moments in a space. One room that you don’t expect to see art is in the bathroom. That’s exactly why you should try it! Especially in the powder room. You will be the talk of the town.
Above we see a clean bathroom space with a simple gallery. It feels modern and fresh. The colors in the art pieces flow together, giving it a very cohesive feel. The mirror and trim above the tile also stand out with the art wall.
This powder room is awesome and dramatic. The deep charcoal walls allow the white matting in the art pieces to pop. I’m loving how it’s an eclectic collection of art, posters and letters. In this case, more is better!
This is a great example of how a little detail can make a big impact. These small prints are water-falling down the mirror in such a delicate way. And to think, all it takes is pictures and tape. Easy peezy!
If you’ve ever wondered how to dress up your toilet area, add simple shelving, some great art and a few accessories to snazz it up. This is also a great option if you’re not wanting to do an entire gallery wall.
Images: Emmas Designblogg, Design Sponge, Limilee, Designstiles
Never Built Los Angeles explores the "what if" of Los Angeles architecture. Above is a shot of what LAX was maybe going to look like. Now, as we all know the middle section exists as a restaurant and the terminals are across the street.... and not under a super cool glass dome.
You don't want to miss this exhibit that runs through October 13th at the Architecture and Design Museum. The exhibit asks why L.A. is a center for great architects, yet lacking in urban innovation? The show features illustrations, renderings, blueprints and models to show the power of architectural ideas.
6032 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
July 28, 2013 - October 13, 2013
General Adult: $10Seniors and Students: $5A+D Members and Children under 12: Free
Image: A + D
Anyone living with two or more people in their home knows that things can quickly get disorderly and modern shelving is the key to happiness. If two or more of those said people happen to be children, then you know disorder can take on a life of its own without an organization strategy.
Whether you have an abundance of stuff or just the right amount, chances are you are always looking for ways to stack it, sort it and store it. And for me, modern shelving seems to be the best way to go about it. They're simple and streamlined. Keep in mind that with shelves whatever you store or stack is always on display. The simpler the shelving, the more your books and accessories stand out.
I happen to love the way this works, because when function and design meet it is a beautiful thing.
Storit Pure White 31 1/2-Inch-W Shelving Unit
When it comes to shelving in a children’s space, I love to keep it simple or go all out creative. The first look showcases how shelves can be used for basic storage.I love the clean look these shelving units provide.
Stockard Oak Wood Arteriors Home Modular Shelves
On the other end of the spectrum you can use shelves in a more decorative fashion. The idea of backing your shelves with wallpaper to give a unique and one-of-kind look is so fun. Then just prop your favorite keepsakes or children’s toys to complete the look. Bonus . . . . fewer toys on the floor.
Xert Narrow White with Tempered Glass Modern Zuo Shelf
Why not let shelves take center stage? When you pick a shelving unit that has modern lines and a great shape it’s like a piece of art. These shelves work great in any room of the house, but I love how they are used in the heart of the home. Dishes put up, taken down, art displayed, toys tossed up and plopped down for play.
Shelves are modern art in action. Now what other piece of home décor can boast that?
Images: Pinterest, Family Living, Apartment Therapy, Woonideeen
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