Went with my older kids to Israel to visit my mother and stepfather. Had an unforgettable time with them in an unbelievable country! The day before we left, I styled their apartment. Feel like I should buy them a plaque that says,” I brought my daughter and grandkids to Israel, and all I got was this styled kitchen!”
What dreams are made of ✨ I absolutely adore the abrash detail in “Fawn” 😍 This rug is such an amazing piece. There’s insane details and the color is to die for. Head on over to the site to claim this showstopper for yourself. Link in bio #kennedyroseinteriors
This sideboard vignette from @FourHands home is full of teachable style moments. Like: Lean large-scale art pieces against the wall for a casual-cool look; use objects of varying heights to create movement and balance; and incorporate colors and textures from the rest of the room to tie the tablescape together.
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✨KITCHEN DESIGN TREND✨Mixing metals is a huge trend for kitchens this year, and we love how this space pulls it off with help from the #ZephyrRomaWall. The look is pulled together with a gold sink and gold cabinet hardware. We give this space a 10/10 ✨
The golden tip in styling will be — when in doubt, follow the rule of three.
Odd-numbered groupings create more visual interest than even numbered groupings. In particular, three seems to be the ideal number for a grouping as opposed to one, five, or even seven because the former might feel too simple while the latter two run the risk of appearing overly cluttered.
When selecting items to go in a grouping, make sure that they’re different enough to create visual interest while still having a common thread to tie them together. Take the picture above, for instance. While all the accessories have varying shapes, they have a unifying color. #tipoftheday
Photo by @joydevi
Design and styling #styledbypt