modern home decor

Modern Home

MADE :: Bohemian Spring

1.  chime  :: mud to life   2.  mudcloth pillow  :: mae woven   3.  sierra chair  :: croft house la  4.  stool  :: samichi design   5.  crochet top  :: bohemian harvest   6.  geometric bangle  :: firewhite  7.  pour over coffee set  :: s sam nichols   8.  copper mirror  :: calvill   9.  clutch  :: annie bukhman

1. chime :: mud to life   2. mudcloth pillow :: mae woven   3. sierra chair :: croft house la

4. stool :: samichi design   5. crochet top :: bohemian harvest   6. geometric bangle :: firewhite

7. pour over coffee set :: s sam nichols   8. copper mirror :: calvill   9. clutch :: annie bukhman

Spring! It's almost here. It feels like it where I live already. My garden is starting to sprout up and I just prepped my raised beds for zinnias and a mix of perennials for my cut flower garden.  This collection was inspired by warm neutrals and hints of copper, leather and simple patterns.  I could design a whole space just around that chair and the ceramic chime would look great hanging out in my garden.  Are you ready for Spring?

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Inspired By

Nature :: Inspired

pillow  :: the wooded trail    photography  :: nicholas bell photo    cheese plate  :: persimmon street   bowl  :: our vintage bungalow  

pillow :: the wooded trail   photography :: nicholas bell photo   cheese plate :: persimmon street  bowl :: our vintage bungalow  

Nature is pure inspiration any time of year, but it feels especially so during the summer.  When I look outside my window I see the veggies, herbs and flowers in my garden bushing out and growing with each day.  It fills my whole being with wonder, wouldn't you agree?  A small seed gets planted in the dirt and then it steadily grows into a display of beauty.  In so many ways, nature captures the heart of the artist and is a source of boundless inspiration.  I've picked out 4 nature inspired home decor items to make it easy to welcome in the beauty of nature into your home this summer!  

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My Style

SPRING :: Minimal Mood

1.  art  :: the vintage vogue  2.  bag  ::  grace gordon  3.  earrings  :: illusy 4.  pillow  :: confetti riot  5.  plant holder  ::  few bits  6.  pouch  ::  dozi  7.  porcelain cups  :: bean and bailey

1. art :: the vintage vogue  2. bag ::  grace gordon  3. earrings :: illusy 4. pillow :: confetti riot  5. plant holder ::  few bits  6. pouch ::  dozi  7. porcelain cups :: bean and bailey

I like to keep things simple, it's kind of my adopted motto. I'm a an interior design enthusiast and I love clean lines. No extra embellishments allowed, it's nice to see each piece stand on it's own with it's basic shape or pattern.   All of the items I chose for my Minimal Mood are understated but timeless and that's how I like things.  Keep on keeping it SIMPLE and let the design shine through. 



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Modern Home

Spring :: Home Decor

   1.  HAPPY HORSE PRINT  by tetsuhiro wakabayashi  2.  SILK BLOCK PILLOW  by jillian rene decor  3.  MID CENTURY ARM CHAIRS  by furnish me vintage  4.  CONCRETE TRAY  by rough fusion  5.  MID CENTURY COFFEE TABLE  by rsh studio  6.  VINTAGE MOROCCAN RUG  by bazaar living  

 

1. HAPPY HORSE PRINT by tetsuhiro wakabayashi  2. SILK BLOCK PILLOW by jillian rene decor  3. MID CENTURY ARM CHAIRS by furnish me vintage  4. CONCRETE TRAY by rough fusion  5. MID CENTURY COFFEE TABLE by rsh studio  6. VINTAGE MOROCCAN RUG by bazaar living  

Next up for my spring interior design reboot is the living room - a continuation of my post from Monday titled SPRING :: ENTRY DECOR.   I started with a search for a new couch and when I found the refurnished pair of MID CENTURY ARM CHAIRS, I was hooked!  The gorgeous lines coupled with the beautiful white fabric just made my heart swoon and my interior designer heart go pitter patter.  I just knew I had to pair it with one of Jillian's fabulous COLOR BLOCK PILLOWS -  yummy, yum-yum right?  Once I had my signature pieces in place, I simply added to my core design and - voila!  A modern, yet colorful and inviting living room space is on the way!  

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Modern Home

SPRING :: ENTRY DECOR

   1.  FLOWER SCREEN PRINT  by devill kate  2.  MILKY WHITE PLANTER  by seasons for you  3.  WALNUT WOOD COAT HOOK  by simple wood goods  4.   MODERN HALL STAND  by milkcart  5.  VINTAGE MOROCCAN RUG  by boutique maroc   

 

1. FLOWER SCREEN PRINT by devill kate  2. MILKY WHITE PLANTER by seasons for you  3. WALNUT WOOD COAT HOOK by simple wood goods  4.  MODERN HALL STAND by milkcart  5. VINTAGE MOROCCAN RUG by boutique maroc   

The moment the air shifts to that warm and fragrant spring atmosphere, I am going to open all the windows and doors to start my annual spring clean.  It's my absolute favorite time of year to not only clean, but spruce things up in the house.  This year, I'm thinking about my entry and how I'd like to paint the wall a fresh new color and rearrange the furniture.  To help me get inspired, I've put together a mini virtual entry to pull together some possible design ideas.  Keeping the decor minimal and light helps to highlight a welcoming mood as it's the first area you engage with on a daily basis when you come home.  I went for natural wood tones accented with pops of color in the wall art and planter for the entry table.  To me, the clean lines create an open and expansive feeling - exactly how I choose to feel when I come home!

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My Style

Simplicity :: Go Geometric

   1.  HIMMELI DIAMOND TRIANGLE LIGHT  by panselinos  2.  GRAPHITE SCREENPRINTED POUCH  by oelwein  3.  STERLING SILVER BANGLE  by sd marie jewelry  4.  TRIANGLE TEMPORARY TATTOO  by inknart  5.  GEOMETRIC PILLOW COVER  by 5c home decor    

 

1. HIMMELI DIAMOND TRIANGLE LIGHT by panselinos  2. GRAPHITE SCREENPRINTED POUCH by oelwein  3. STERLING SILVER BANGLE by sd marie jewelry  4. TRIANGLE TEMPORARY TATTOO by inknart  5. GEOMETRIC PILLOW COVER by 5c home decor    

I find that keeping things simple is a challenge, but one with a big payoff.  I always strive for simplicity, both in my life and when I am designing.  It's keeping that balance between too little information and too much - where is that sweet spot?  My post today is a little inspiration board where I am highlighting the beauty found when that balance is met and maintained.  I find that there is great beauty in simple shapes and in a reserved color palette where less is most definitely more!    

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