Pieces You Need For Spring


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hbz-mfw-ss2015-street-style-day1-07-lg Hi readers! For today’s blog post I wanted to focus on great pieces for spring and summer. The pieces in the collage can be mixed and matched. What I like about the look above is the casual plaid checkered shirt, and elegant heels and accessories can be paired together to create a cohesive look. What do you think of the pieces?

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8 Spaces You Need To See: Part V

BLOG-ABOUT-DESIGN-8-SPACES-BEDROOM (ABOVE) You need to see the different fabrics and how they work together to create a very rich space! A warm fur blanket at the foot of the bed, soft bed linens, curtains, and area rug, bring so much rich texture into this white bedroom.

Hi readers! I’m sorry for not having posted recently, I’m actually working on a really exciting project that I’ll be sharing with you later on. I’m going to try my best to post a few times a week. Today’s 8 Spaces post is all about light, airy rooms with pops of color or texture. The New York area has experienced so much snow this season, so I’m really digging these open, bright rooms. I think that if you are going to paint your walls white, or even a light color, it’s important to accessorize with unique pieces. In the dining room below, you’ll see a phenomenal console table and table lamp. These two pieces bring life to this open room. In addition, the painting brings a great graphic and some color into the space. Another great way of bringing some energy into your light spaces is with the use of area rugs. The area rugs in the last two spaces ground the rooms with a great print and color! Which spaces are your favorite?

blog-about-design (ABOVE) You need to see the bold, unique furnishings in this space! Each piece in this space has a purpose and means something in the location it’s placed. If one piece went missing the design would not work.

BLOG-ABOUT-DESIGN-8-SPACES (ABOVE) You need to see the chairs, textured walls, and vintage light fixture. The vintage dining room chairs are incredible. They are the focal point of the space. The textured walls add dimension to the space. The chandelier ties it together. Each of these pieces are very bold. They work together well because, they are in the same color family.

BLOG-ABOUT-DESIGN-8-SPACES (ABOVE) You need to see the different textured surfaces in the space. Different textures are a must if you choose to forgo using color in your space.

BLOG-ABOUT-DESIGN-8-SPACES (ABOVE) You need to see the pops of color in this space. Pops of color can come into the space in the form of an end table, a console table, flowers, or curtains! Be bold, and purposeful.

BA00051488 (ABOVE) You need to see the wall of curtains. I think that a wall of curtains in a bold color or print in a white space are a more updated version on the contrasting wall.

BLOG-ABOUT-DESIGN (ABOVE) You need to see use of colorful accessories, unique pieces, and greenery in this space. This would be the perfect vacation home. it’s relaxing, unique, but not overdone. The two maroon arm chairs are my favorite pieces in this space.

blog-about-design (ABOVE) You need to see the bookcases in this space. Believe it or not, but books can be a great way to add color to your white space.

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