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You know when you see something in a home or store and you just want to touch it? Probably because it screams texture. A really effective way to create interest in a room is by using different textures. Try a shaggy rug with a smooth, copper light. A raw wooden table with beautiful leather chairs. Instantly these different texture will make a room seem warm and inviting. See if you can pick out the different textures used in these rooms. Don’t forget to scroll down to see my mood board of textured products too.
photo by herz-allerliebst
via Lotte Manou
Via KITKA design toronto
source: Jamais 203
via abigail ahern
via style files
Here are some products I found that make me want to run my hand over them: (I’m not suggesting you put them all together in one room!)
Scandi style is extremely popular at the moment and is a very definite ‘look’. But how do I create this look for a client in a home? Firstly, check out these few examples and then Ill show you some key pieces to buy that help create Scandi Style in an instant:
via temple and webster blog
Now that you have seen what I mean by Scandi Style, here are some great products to try: (ALONG WITH PAINTING YOUR FLOOR BOARDS AND WALLS WHITE)
sheepskin via HKLiving
wall mounted moose available via ebay
black and white print via ikea.com
scandi sideboard available at replica furniture
cushions from adairs
Here’s a little mood board of my own I put together. Looking very scandi already!!! Feel free to ask any questions.
WELCOME TO MY HOME!!!
I realised that those of you who are not following me on Instagram may not have seen many photos of my home. So, here it is! We were lucky enough to build a new home and moved in just over 3 years ago. I must say, I am still in love with it and feel extremely lucky. What I love most is that I feel it’s a real expression of who I am and of my design personality. When you chose things that you love (they don’t need to be the most expensive) it creates a certain warmth. Hope you enjoy.xxx
I love a HUGE door and wide corridors!
We needed to let more light into this room and after looking at the plans for hours and hours I came up with this solution.
I also love my LOOM rug which really is a piece of art.
This is our formal lounge and dining. The table fits 16 when needed – which is pretty often!
My hanging bottles – using fishing wire.
The most used room in the house – the open plan kitchen/living. I’m a major Mark Tuckey fan.
The ensuite. I could never use white marble in the kitchen (scared of staining) but this marble is perfect for our bathroom.
Kids bathroom – lucky kids!!!!
FEEL FREE TO WRITE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS – I LOVE HEARING FROM YOU!
photography:Pablo Zuloaga for Elle.es
via domiwnetrze.pl, by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer/Sisters Agency
via Decorators Notebook, stylist: Sarah E Owen
Foam Road Fingal Residence by Jam Architecture