October 18, 2016
Designer: Randi Garret
Feminine and airy is how we would describe Randi Garrett’s style, and this bedroom is the epitome of that look. We love the tufted headboard, the mix of patterns, and the use of pale pink, which is a huge trend right now.
Designer: Emily Henderson
This is the definition of a good mix and balance, thanks to the graphic black-and-white prints and soft pastels of the bigger pieces and wallpaper.
Designers: Mother-and-daughter duo Megan and Dawn Papworth
Let’s face it, white kitchens are everywhere these days. There is nothing wrong with them, but we really drool over one that sets itself apart from the rest, a la with these navy bottom cabinets and brass hardware, both very on trend.
Designer: Casey DeBois
One word comes to mind when I see Casey DeBois’ designs: global. We love that there are touches of it here and there, but it’s always present. Her Instagram account also feels like an inspiration board with myriad ideas, almost like we get an insight into what she’s thinking.
Designer: Marissa Bero
This living space is both sexy and masculine, and we love the juxtaposition of the pieces, art, and colors. Marissa Bero’s designs also successfuly incorporate touches of old meets new, which is such a hard duality to pull off.
Designer: Jennifer Hallock
Jennifer Hallock’s designs have a softness and an earthiness that mix metallics with darker colors and shiny objects with wood. Texture and color are both always at play, and we love uncovering each layer.
Designer: Tali Roth
Mixing prints is what Tali Roth is all about. Who would have thought putting several florals together in one room would work? But it definitely does, as shown here. Her designs are bold, sophisticated, and timeless, but a little bit unexpected.
Designer: Jennifer Talbot
Sometimes a staircase is just a staircase, but other times it’s designed by Jennifer Talbot and it becomes a statement piece. Talbot’s creations are very traditional, with a twist, adding an unexpected accessory or color that energizes each project.