Nautically inspired interior design takes the cake for this summer’s breakout home decor trend. Easy accents like charming Bulkhead Wall Mount Light Fixtures and marine lantern style lighting carry the spirit of adventure into seaside retreats across the nation. We love spaces that make us dream, and that is why we’re looking “up” for the next big interior design trend. It’s time to take our rooms to new heights with aviation inspired decor!
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We were in for a treat when Lauren, our photographer, stumbled across one of our new favorite vacation locations—the Mermaid Cottages. Their charming interiors full of vibrant walls, rustic accents, and shabby chic décor captivated us–of course we had to be their friends! We were inspired by their many rental cottages located on Tybee Island, so today’s Style Me Sunday is all about the “cottage charm, coastal calm” of their Inlet Breeze master bedroom.
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Farmhouse design normally encompasses anything and everything rustic, vintage or antique. Designers and homeowners track down unique pieces and add them to their space for an all-around together look. Many choose to bring in a bit of the outdoors with natural pieces like a pinewood dining table or simply using wild flowers as a centerpiece. Decorating for an industrial farmhouse is not a difficult task – after all, it’s really about finding inspiration in everything around us.
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During a recent episode of ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition, a pair of vintage barn lights were displayed in the bedroom of the Urban family’s renovated log cabin.
The homeowners, Trisha and Andy Urban, were in the midst of planning their renovations for the cabin when Andy tragically passed away from a heart attack. To complete the Urban’s vision, Ty Pennington and the rest of the Extreme Makeover design team rebuilt the Urban’s crumbling, 300-year-old log cabin and farm. Each of the upgrades made to the Urban household were made to reflect the rustic and industrial appearance of the original barn. Distressed wood doors were painted in... Read More
The Colonial Era was known for a decorative style that was heavily influenced by Roman and Greek architecture. The ornate detail was carried over into lighting, which displayed etched scallop designs along with organic shapes. This style crossed over into the Victorian Era and became representative of the elegance and grace that defined this period. The Linwood Semi-Flush Ceiling Light showcases this influence in the details of the base and shade. Deep grooves decorate the base of this ceiling light, which extends down with chains supporting the ornamental glass shade. Versatility remains a strong trait of the Linwood Ceiling Light, the small size allows for it to... Read More