Where did summer go? It’s finally that time—time to decorate your dorm with style and grace. Continue reading
As a licensed Interior Designer for the past 25 years, Dona Rosene Interiors enjoys collaborating with their Clients to bring their personality and style to life through the decor of their home or office.
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Located in a 15,000 square foot showroom in the Dallas Design District, Scout Design Studio houses a collection of new and vintage furniture, artwork, lighting, and home accessories from around the globe. Continue reading
This extraordinary, private gated, stately residence is filled with timeless grandeur. Exquisite design, master craftsmanship, and opulent finishes create a masterpiece in the luxurious enclave of Bayou Woods.
Longoria Collection opened in 1993 when the owner and visionary behind the brand, Sylvia Longoria Dorsey, saw it as a natural next step for her, as interior design runs in her blood. Her mother was an interior designer and had a store of her own. From an early age, her creativity was nurtured and inspired by her mother.
Gin Braverman began her professional career in New York City, designing sets for film production and taking classes in fashion, graphic design and photography at FIT and ICP. Her passion for travel took her to Taipei where she further honed her interior design skills during her time at the international Taiwanese design firm, MLD.
Minimalist design has been trending on Pinterest boards and Instagram feeds for quite a while now, but what separates a stunning, minimally designed space from one that just isn’t cluttered? Creating these simple spaces isn’t a difficult task, but it does require some balance of key design elements to create the right minimal feel.
At KCID they are passionate about translating creative vision into remarkable spaces. Continue reading
Sundays can be a love/hate affair! As Sunday quickly approaches on repeat every week its bound to be a great lazy day. In order to have a successful lazy Sunday, make sure that your designated sunroom is ready to give you that all-day lazy and relaxed feel. Use these helpful ideas in order to ensure your sunroom is #VaultApproved. Here are a few of our favorite sunroom ideas that are simple to incorporate:
A round chic mirror.
One of the many home trends this year is the round mirror. Although people steer away from them and would rather hang a piece of art work, incorporating a circular mirror helps create a relaxed tone for your sunroom.
A hammock inside.
When it comes to sunrooms there are no rules. A sunroom is your lazy Sunday hideaway and if you want a hammock inside just do it!
A pair of glass doors.
Your summer sunroom wouldn’t be completed without a pair of glass doors. The glass doors will help to create an indoor and outdoor space while allowing the openness to give the room a little length.
Beach-inspired interiors are a must—beaches are the most relaxing place on earth don’t you think? Since lazy Sundays literally mean sitting down and doing nothing, you should at least have beach-inspired interior. The blue hues always bring a sense of relaxation whatever the occasion.
Be sure to get your Sunday sunroom ready with our simple and summer-filled ideas.
Our Austin edition of Shop Talk is total bliss. Austin truly is a place for anyone with exceptional taste and style. Continue reading