We all have that one room in our home that needs to serve many different purposes; Office Space, Guest Bedroom, Playroom, Family Room… The list goes on. The tricky part, is figuring out how to incorporate all of these needs into one cohesive look. Too often, your “spare room” tends to turn into a catch all, and ends up looking more like a storage room than anything at all.
Floral patterns are a lively and on-trend feature to incorporate into any room. CHD offers an array of floral fabrics, varying from large to small scale, vibrant colors to monochromatic, and symmetrical to asymmetrical. Not only are florals offered in a variety of fabrics, they can be implemented through wallpaper, art, and even lighting.
Interior design is all about pushing scale, color, pattern and lighting to the edge. It is important to remember that design is a form of art; a way to express your and your clients’ vision and personality. There are several vendors that offer wallcoverings, textiles and rugs in the same or coordinating patterns. This repetition of similar patterns on different pieces of furniture and adornments creates a playful, honed, and interesting space.
With the last gasp of winter at hand, we all start to get a little spring fever. Blooming flowers and warm breezes are just around the corner, if we can only hold on a little longer!!! There are, however, a few clever ways to bring the outdoors in and get a jump start on spring.
If you like to entertain, your guests will inevitably end up making their way into your powder bathroom, which just happens to be one of the best places to surprise them with something eye catching and memorable! Think of your powder room as the “jewel box” of your home – a place your guests can enter and be in awe of what’s inside.
Monochromatic (translates as a single color) design uses one dominant color in different shades. Using one color does make a space boring, but quite the contrary in fact. Stunning, dynamic, and complex interiors can be achieved using this very simple design principle. Basically, there are three tricks to pulling off a well-designed monochromatic interior.