This bedroom is an artist’s dream. Bright pops of color and vibrant white combine for a fun take on decorating a space with fun accessories. The soft pink sheepskin pillow and pom pom throw blanket add texture and make the space feel personal.
Loft living at its finest. An exposed floor plan and rustic hardwood floors blend seamlessly together with monochromatic colors and tiny plants to liven up the space. The light that’s radiating through the windows too…
Large-scale textiles and cozy textures make this home the epitome of a ‘cozy Christmas.’
Whether it’s the fresh blooms, textured cowhide, or antique painting, this place emulates cozy and cool with a smidge of modernity.
Teal continues to be one of our favorite shades to date, but a teal suede couch? We’re done for. The inscribed bunting flags not only boast a cheerful ode to the holidays, but also a cozy space to rest your head after a long day at work.
What’s not to love about this space? The pooch, the wallpaper, the chalkboard, the quote…
100% proof not all babies rooms have to be a shade of pastel. The all black and white room is a refreshing take on a nursery, while still featuring cozy textures and soft accents to make it next-level.
This tiny kitchen table defines modern minimalism with sleek sconces and muted accessories nearby on the bookshelf. We also love the mixed chair situation happening. Heck, why not put a lounger at the kitchen table?
Three words: green hardwood floors. The vintage kilim rug sits perfectly while the bright white cabinets reflect the open space perfectly, thank you natural light flooding in.
A cowhide rug in the kitchen seems strange, but it’s working, right? It adds sleek texture and dimension to a pristine kitchen, giving it an edgier vibe that perfectly complements the dark hardwood cabinets.
Maybe it’s the open shelving, mix of chairs at the kitchen table, or tiny letterpress cards taped to the wall with washi tape… but everything about this space is eclectic and inviting.
We know you’re wondering where to get this fantastic highland cow painting. The best news? It’s available for purchase here.
How much better would your holiday treats taste with artisanal kitchen towels accompanying them? This photo almost makes us want to run home and bake some apple crumble.
It’s called the Golden State for a reason. Way to go Palm Springs. The dreamy palm trees in the background and bright orange door on this home is everything retro and 70s inspired we love.
A mid-century credenza meets yummy chambord in tasteful (no pun intended) harmony. We love how this space makes use of fine art and mouthwatering libations with an ode to architecture of years past.