As we enter the fall season, people are starting to prepare their space for the holidays coming up. Furniture showrooms, home decor retailers, designers, architects, homeowners, and small business owners have an interest in incorporating interior design trends (small or large) into their projects. From matte black to mustard yellow, bold patterns, organic shapes, and a strong interest and focus on biophilic design, here are a few of the top 2019 fall interior design trends that will be popular.
Summer is a a time where being outside truly connects you with mother earth. With beautiful sunny days, longer days, and calm evenings, the outdoors become a natural way to disconnect with modern life for a bit and connect more with nature, improving both our mental and physical health. There’s nothing quite like breathing in fresh air while hiking in the redwoods, smelling the salty ocean air on the beach, or feeling the warm sun on your face while sitting outside at a cafe. If you want to connect with nature on a mind, body, and soul level in your space, here are 6 tips that help you bring your favorite elements of the outdoors inside this summer.
Many people are afraid to add color to their lives whether it’s their home, office, or their wardrobe and sense of style. They tend to stick to neutral colors because it’s safe. There’s no judgment or criticism from people or external factors. People are afraid of uncertainty and usually end up gravitating to what they are comfortable with and what gives them security and stability. Walking around downtown SF, it’s a sea of people in black jackets, pants, and black bags. Rarely do I see bright blue tops, yellow shoes, or neon green bags. We see color all around us in nature from the beautiful green trees to the soothing blue sky, and the colorful flowers scattered across open fields. It’s time to let go of your fears and incorporate color to your life starting with your interior space. Spring is the perfect time to do just that. It’s a time of renewal, freshness, and new energy. Declutter and get rid of anything that no longer serves your best interest. From soft shades to vibrant hues, here are 6 paint colors to spruce up your home or office this spring season.
I love being in nature, especially hiking in the redwoods or walking along the beach. I especially love going on treks in a foreign country where I get to explore the beautiful local landscape of magnificent mountains, lush green hills, and colorful fragrant flowers. Since I love being in nature, I naturally enjoy seeing designs that incorporate plants in a residential or commercial space. There’s something so refreshing, peaceful, and calming about them. They add life, movement, texture, and good positive energy into any space. Plus, they help clean the air, lower your risk for illnesses, boosts your mood, and promotes healing. Plants are great for a corner area or an awkward space. Here are 5 tips for decorating with plants bringing beauty, character, and connection into your home or office environment.