Archive for September 11th, 2012

Top Trends in House Lighting

Top Trends in House Lighting Whether the latest in hand blown glass, fabrics or customized pieces, or whether the newest environmentally friendly LED lighting is for you, the latest trends in house lighting are exciting and innovative and sure to cause a stir. With something for every room and more, lighting has never been so sexy. Different rooms need different light, that's something we take for granted. However, the latest trends in lighting have taken this basic premise to new levels and with added colours, textures and new materials available, a sophisticated look is within the grasp of everyone. When considering the right lighting for any particular room there are simple rules that it's well worth following.
A simple, sophisticated Venice Beach House Tour With all the glam I've been posting lately, I thought this attainable, livable look would be a nice breath of fresh air. This home is a renovated Venice Beach bungalow. Click on each image for a larger view   I adore the simplicity of the dining room.    
Surface View – Art like you haven’t seen it before, and a BEAUTIFUL giveaway. There are A LOT of online options for adorning your home with art these days, whether it be on canvases or wall stickers or prints, but to be honest none have had a selection of art that excites me as much as the art from Surface View. And lucky for you, they are offering one lucky Decorology reader a print, stretched canvas or birch ply print up to 1200x1200mm ( THAT’S ALMOST 4 FEET!) as a giveaway. Surface View is all about customization and bespoke products, and is going to allow the winner to choose their size (up to the scale above) and any image on one of those 3 products!!! I have to admit I am a bit jealous already of the winner! a Rafflecopter giveaway  To enter the give
House Tour: Rustic chic in muted tones Happy Friday Everyone!  I thought you'd enjoy this gorgeous home, which is not only decorated in a modest, but still elegant way, but also has some great architectural bones. Enjoy! Not to pick on Lonny Magazine, but is anyone else just a little bit tired of seeing every photo so over-exposed? Homeowner Estee gives a great design tip:  "I prefer to consider everything in terms of color, texture, and pattern, rather than in terms of period or origin.  If you concentrate on the color of a piece, rather than whether it's Venetian or bohemian, it's much easier to blend different styles into a single room" Love the white on the walls and headboard with the gra