Arizona designer Jaimee Rose was surrounded by good interiors from the very childhood – her mother, a famous decorator, began to take her daughter with her to work at a very young age. In many respects, that’s why now Jaimee creates such stunning interiors of country houses throughout the state. Her spaces combine the simplicity and naturalness of country style, as well as the sophistication of modern American classics. Enjoy watching!
One of the brightest furniture brands Fritz Hansen occupies a special place in the Scandinavian design. The company has existed since 1872, some famous Scandinavian designers (such as Arne Jacobsen) worked for it, and some chair models became real style icons. So, the world famous Egg Chair and Swan Chair were invented and created exactly in Fritz Hansen. The company still releases new collections of furniture and decor every year, without forgetting and constantly updating its most successful positions. Today we share cool new photos from the brand new catalogs.
Some time ago we posted about beautiful kids rooms from the portfolio of the American stylist Kate S Jordan, but this is not the only good thing about her work – she decorates “adult” interiors for leading brands and companies with the same passion and great style. Interestingly, Kate lives and works in New York, but her style can rather be described as Scandinavian. In any case, her work pleases the eye and gives a sea of inspiration!
It is believed that the Provence style has recently lost its popularity in our countries. But we are sure that the real French Provence done in the right way will always be in trend. A new catalog Classique Chic by the French store Maisons du Monde is such a good confirmation. Here we have all the best that we love in the traditional French design. Enjoy!
English decorator Ali Attenborough recalls that once at the age of 10 she built a house of lego and started decorating it with plasticine furniture and accessories. Then her love for interiors was born, which did not pass, but only intensified to this day. Now she is rather a successful decorator based in London, her works are published in leading interior magazines, but that young enthusiasm has not gone away – her works are still full of bright colors and playful mood. Enjoy!
Designer Margaret Naeve Parker adores interiors that look old and aged pieces of furniture. Her works are often difficult to tell from the real centuries-old mansions and historic houses. But still, this is not a classic or country style in a pure form – the designer tries to add sophistication to the spaces with a help of modern furniture and bright art objects. What a great sense of style!
You do not have your own house by the sea, but you really like the sea style in decor? H&M Home will help you to transfer the atmosphere of a carefree beachside holiday to your home with a new line of products in the white blue range. Bedding, rugs, pillows, natural materials – this design really gives relax and sets the holiday mood. Enjoy!
Susan Burns is a master of classical interiors. Despite the fact that she is from the United States, the influence of the English style in her works is felt with the naked eye. Often her interiors are so skilfully “aged” that it is very easy to believe that a house has not less tha one hundred years old, being a new build. Today we would like to share the best of the Susan Burns’ portfolio!
Harlequin‘s Paloma collection is a new line of beautiful wallpaper and textiles with botanical themes in calm and pleasant neutral tones. Such patterns, if you decide to get them for your home, will definitely add airiness and lightness to an interior. A distinctive feature of the collection – large patterns, which will be an excellent accent both in modern and more classical space. And, of course, it looks so cool!
The founder of design studio of the same name Julia Buckingham invented and even patented the word that best describes the style of her interiors – “modernique”. In her understanding, these are interesting and non-ordinary living spaces, which necessarily have their own feature, which is an unexpected, bright piece of furniture or decor. Thanks to such boldness, her work balances on the edge of modern American classics and eclecticism. In a word, her portfolio is cool and entertaining. Enjoy!