I felt inspired by a few rooms found in Homes & Gardens today and thought I’d share 6 of my favorites with some notes as to where you can locate some of the things that you see. I think it really is all in the details when it comes to decorating and making a house a home and not a boring box showroom. One thing I am learning all over again through new eyes while working in homes of those whom I admire is how much attention to detail they really paid when decorating their rooms. No stone is left unturned. In some homes I’ve styled, I’ve unearthed some treasures in boxes and even closets that made me drool — so many little things that homeowner’s have, each with a story, is really what makes a home a meaningful, supportive space. Maybe some of these images below will give you some inspiration, decorating ideas, or just a deeper appreciation for what I’m talking about. And maybe, while looking at them, you can think of some of the little things you have around you at home and remember why they are there and what memories they bring.
Window film on glass (better than soap film!) with lettering from Brume.
Fabric on the wall by GP & J Baker.
Birdhouses by Tamar Mogendorff.
Oratoria wallpaper from Osborne & Little resembles distressed plasterwork on stone.
Spot a photo that makes you think, “Hmmmm…. I can try that!” Or? Your thoughts?
(images: homes & gardens UK)