Our love of mid-century style runs long and deep — from streamline moderne to atomic age industrial. Geometrical, aeronautical angles and emphasis on clean, simple lines take center stage in this trend and are perfect for office and organizational spaces. In our mid-century inspired office, we are taking our favorite elements of this interior design style and making them relevant for today’s home.Read More
It’s Sunday morning and we have classic, whimsical spaces on the brain. We’re dreaming of the perfect place to our enjoy freshly brewed coffee and homemade banana bread…a Nostalgic Americana Kitchen! In our cozy dream kitchen, we’d opt out of the stereotypical red-white-and-blue scheme while keeping our favorite time-honored accents like graniteware and patchwork.
Let the light in with open and airy windows. Let the sun create a reflected color palette by lining salvaged wine bottles and vintage oil containers in the window pane. Fill them with fresh wildflowers and dried herbs for a natural accent.Read More
What’s the first thing you see when you stumble through the door after a long week? A stack of bills on that hand-me-down side table? An old coat rack overwhelmed with clutter? Or is it just too dark to see anything because you haven’t replaced that outdated flush mount fixed to the ceiling? Foyers and entryways are high traffic spaces that often go overlooked. Who says utilitarian rooms can’t make you smile?Read More
If your bathroom still has its mid-century porcelain fixtures—especially if they are powdery pink!—it might be time for an upgrade! While we find this little feminine lavatory charming, its look is quite dated. We were, however, inspired by its details and palette and decided to perform our own imaginary remodel.Read More
Sugar and spice…Makes a great combination for snicker doodles, ciders, and holiday potpourri. But what about living rooms designs? This is the perfect time of year to play around with warm hues and sprinkling white accents keeps the design fresh and relevant.Read More
When it comes to kitchens, function and style go hand in hand. We love this sleek, industrial kitchen that is chock full of essentials that adjust to its day-to-day activities.
Industrial furnishings like Barn Light Electric’s Urbanization Factory Utility Cart and the Industrial Factory Backless Stool are ideal for busy kitchen and dining spaces. Utility carts like this one offer the convenience of an island while they easily move from one room to the next.
In monochromatic spaces like this one, you must consider quality products to make the space look inspired. Lighting fixtures like the Wilcox Studio Light provide ample lighting and a touch of American craftsmanship. Dark Walnut Wood Flooring may appear rich and opulent, but its dense planks withstand the toughest of treatments. It’s important to balance out your industrial furnishings with softer accessories. Playing with textures like burlap, tin, as well as fresh fruits and plants give extra life to the space.
Accessories like the Milk Tin Wall Clock and the Red Wren Tea Towels are great examples of adding personality through ornamentation. Using porcelain china like this Organic Shaped Dinnerware Set-Metallic Rimmed would make for great conversation. Not only would your guests remark on your great taste, buy you could always brag about your coordinating porcelain enamel lighting!
-1- Organic Shaped Dinnerware Set-Metallic Rimmed by West Elm -2- Red Wren Tea Towels by Grass Roots Modern -3- Wilcox Studio Light by Barn Light Electric -4- Photo from Tell Me Tuesday…Bam Or Slam by The Mustard Ceiling -5- The Urbanization Factory Cart Utility Cart by Barn Light Electric -6- Milk Tin Wall Clock by Barn Light Electric -7- Photo from Making Preserved Lemons by Chiot’s Run -8- Industrial Factory Backless Still by Barn Light Electric -9- Dark Walnut Wood FlooringRead More