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You can feature the plants or flowers in multiple ways, such as small posies on each plate, in bud vases, or in a large arrangement. Celebrate every stage of your garden by arranging immature plants or budding flowers into vases. These early green hydrangeas make a stylish monochromatic arrangement for this dining space. Even if the vibrant pink trees don’t bloom in your neighborhood, you can enjoy their beauty at home with this DIY spring decoration. Make a faux cherry blossom wreath for your front door using a handful of materials from the crafts store and use a pretty green ribbon to hold the spring wreath in place. Create an escape to simpler times with a sweet and nostalgic wallpaper pattern, like this bathtub corner finished with swan and lily pad wallpaper on a soft gray background from Mary Patton Design.

It is the perfect layer to balance modern and traditional style.” “One of the emerging design trends is an appreciation of patina and age,” says interior designer Breeze Giannasio. In addition to more vintage furniture, expect to see this played out in color trends such as clay and terracotta, as well as decorative items such as earthenware and ceramics.

Inspiring Ideas for Living Rooms

Choose house plants that thrive in your home’s environment, complement your style, and select planters that add visual interest to your space. Choose a variety of frames and sizes to create a dynamic and eclectic look, and mix in artwork or other decorative elements to balance the display. Second, experiment with patterns and textures, but don’t go overboard; aim for balance and harmony. Third, consider the size and scale of your furniture and decor, ensuring they fit the space and complement each other.

  • Brass bar stools are topped with electric orange pillows at the counter.
  • Echo the citrus color of a painting in sofa pillows or the luminous green of an Asian lamp in the carpet.
  • Explore material contrasts to ramp up the drama in a rustic-themed room.

Shop for ones in fall colors or patterns that you’ll be excited to pull out of storage each September. This urban apartment gets a serious pop of color from red-framed windows. Since the bold color is next to plenty of natural light, it keeps it from overpowering the space. White walls are never going out of style, but sometimes they can feel a little sterile. Sarah Fultz of Sarah Fultz Interiors avoided that problem, by adding warm-toned art to the walls and plenty of cozy furnishings.

Living the resort life – Bungalow Living

With two showrooms conveniently located in Sanur and Kerobokan, it is easy to find a perfect piece to complement your garden. Specialising in home decor, Kara Home Living is a great spot to pick up some pieces to take home with you. Bungalow Living Bali is a dream furniture shop in Berawa, Bali, selling intricately made rattan and teak furnishings. Design your home to be comfortable, lavish and beautiful with the selection of amazing furnishings available at Living Karma Bali.

  • Kate Marker Interiors chose a vintage-style runner in soft shades of pink and gray to complement this bright and airy all-white kitchen.
  • This bathroom gets a dose of boho style through a multi-colored striped shower curtain—the colors of which are emulated in the hand towels and vanity.
  • “”The angled, patterned tiles of this bathroom widen the space, while the faux finished walls and mosaic backsplash add interesting touches at eye level.

There is also a variety of unique home accessories such as handcrafted jewelry, statues, and other decor items to make it all the more cozy. DC Habitat Interiors makes classic Balinese style furnishings modern with their collection of statement pieces furniture. They have rattan style chairs, modern style arm chairs and lots of beautiful decor for making your home beautiful.