I am constantly inspired by rooms. Sometimes they’re clean, fresh, and filled with white slipcovers and Chinoiserie pottery – you know, the look that I currently have. And other times they are dark and moody, or exuberantly colorful and filled with play and fantasy.
Over the closing 2-years, I’ve curated a look that I honestly did revel in. It turned into this sort of departure from the appearance I had when living at the former CDLV, and I do not remorse for a minute adorning this way. I proved to myself, and anyone else watching, that I was able to pulling together rooms that had honestly no architectural interest, with the absence of color and pattern. It’s not as easy as it appears. Still, that assignment turned into met, and now, it is time for a brand new project. A new look.
At first, I was thinking switching up chairs would be enough. Now I want something completely different. Naturally, I don’t ever make anything easy for myself. So, I’m liquidating all of my worldly assets. Sort of. And I’m inspired by these spaces and others like them for the “new” look.
Design via Sig Bergamin
Design by Richard Shapiro
Design via Carolina Irving
Design by way of Michael S. Smith
Design by using Sheila Bridges
Honestly, who knows what will happen from right here. But I can assure, that the subsequent model of the rental could have more shade and layers than ever earlier than, and I hope that you will like them as a lot as I’m positive I will. This part is the a laugh part, as they say! Check lower back tomorrow – I’m within the middle of tracking a room redo via a layout favorite, Windsor Smith. It’ll be exciting to look what you watched of the adjustments!