This Varklockor wallpaper is by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn.
John says. “We’ve used it in our own home”). The Tea Trolley was designed by Studio Junction for Mjölk, and the 1956 Drawn Dining Chairs are by Hvidt & Mølgaard. The table is set with vintage Bersa coffee cups by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg and a vintage Danish teak bowl. The Nils Thorsson Stoneware Vase is from Royal Copenhagen, and the Diamond Pendant Light hanging above was designed by Oji Masanori for Mjolk.
17 Creative Ways to Use Dried Plants as Fall Decor
Doesn't matter if you have a brown thumb or a green thumb, or you are all thumbs when it comes to plant care — dried plants are here to stay. For inspo on an arrangement that's perfect for your space, scroll through our images below. These ideas are all dried up, but in the best of ways. #hunkerhome #driedflowers #driedflorals #falldecor #falldecorideas
10 Design Rules That Aren’t Really True, According to Designers
When it comes to home design, some rules are meant to be broken. While some decorating guidelines should be followed closely, others truly aren't worth paying any attention to. We asked a few of our interior designer friends what commonly accepted design truths should actually be ignored, and here's what they had to say. #hunkerhome #designrules #interiordesign #interiordesigntips #designtips
The In The Tube Mesh Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sconce brings ideas that are both free and constrained.
The In The Tube Mesh Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sconce from DCW editions is perfect in a variety of interior spaces. The exciting color combinations and varying sizes makes these perfect alone or grouped together to compliment your own personal style. Borosilicate glass cylinders have a colored reflector and mesh covering over the bulbs to create an interesting piece both lit and unlit. Stoppers on either end complete the look.
A single green taper beside a bundle of greens makes for a moody vignette.
Photography by Hagan Hinshaw of Blurry Hinge, courtesy of Shapeless Studio. Set in antique candlesticks, on the table, or on a mantel, a pair of colorful tapers adds an element of surprise and playfulness (and an inexpensive, commitment-free dose of color).
The rattan floor seats were made in Nagaoka, in Niigata prefecture. An Akari lampshade hangs above.
The kotatsu, a low table with a heavy blanket, is a traditional Japanese home feature. “During the colder winter months, the kotatsu, which has a heating element underneath, becomes an important part of our daily life – a place to eat, drink, play and rest,” says Ryo Kashiwazaki. "I like older architecture, which drives my imagination to wonder why these buildings were made in such ways."
10 of the Best Ceiling Paint Colors to Heighten Your Decor
From light blue to earthy green to blush pink, putting an unexpected shade on the ceiling can really make a big difference. Scroll on for 10 paint colors that we think are worth considering. #hunkerhome #ceilingpaintcolor #ceilingcolorideas #ceilingcolor
California in Cambridge: A Boston House Remodel By Barbara Bestor and Carter Design
In San Francisco, they’re known as Painted Ladies. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, there isn’t a name for the preferred—and, if you ask us, far more compelling—Victorian house palette: exteriors in severe blacks, charcoals, and grays offset by front doors in wild lipstick shades like Lilac and Vixen Red. LA architect Barbara Bestor knows and appreciates this […]
5 Bauhaus Color Ideas That We Can't Wait to Copy
Whether you're looking for bold living room inspiration or you want to add some edge to your home office, keep scrolling to discover five Bauhaus color ideas that will help you incorporate this iconic style with ease. #hunkerhome #bauhaus #bauhausideas #bauhausinspo #bauhauscolorideas
Contemporary Bar Ideas That Have Us Craving the Perfect Cocktail
You might not have the space to dedicate an entire room to cocktails, but we've got some sharp ideas to help you connect with your inner mixologist and make a chic bar work in any setting. #hunkerhome #barideas #barcart #contemporarybarideas #chicbarideas
Jean Hay de Slade incorporated an old door into his design for the kitchen china cupboard.
Ceramic artists Justine and Jean Hay de Slades’ rustic home and studio in France’s Haute Saintonge were years in the making. First, Justine had to establish her line of bone-white porcelain that she calls Epure – the exquisitely simple wares are what first caught our eye. Not surprisingly, the color white pervades both buildings, along with a lot of handmade touches: Justine and Jean’s fingerprints are on every surface and if you look closely, you can also spot their cat’s paw prints in clay.
Living Above the Studio: At Home and Work with Lappalainen
Rivka Baake and Wilfrid Kreutz’s story is a tale of romance, creative collaboration, and the power of social media. The two met 18 years ago at an art opening in Frankfurt, where Wilfrid trained as a silversmith and Rivka, then a single mother of two young kids, was working at a children’s art school while […]
10 Rustic Bedroom Ideas That Are Warm and Inviting
While having a hearth in your sleeping quarters might be more fantasy than reality for most of us, we can still create a super cozy sanctum for catching some zzz's. Here are 10 modern rustic bedroom ideas that will keep you feeling warm and toasty. #hunkerhome #rustic #bedroom #rusticbedroom #bedroomideas
A burr elm French cupboard c1820 in the rear hallway.
The hallway has been covered in Liberty of London wallpaper (now out of production). The main bedroom has been papered in ‘Sans Papillon’ by Pierre Frey and layered with antique textiles. “I once sold a chest of drawers we had in our bedroom,” Max recalls. “My wife, Jane, came home to find our clothes on the bed and the chest of drawers gone. It hasn’t happened since. That was 25 years ago.”
How to Nail a Minimalist Modern Home Office Design When You’re Working Remotely
If you're easily distracted, we suggest creating a space that's minimal in aesthetic to help keep you focused. Here are our top tips for achieving a minimalist modern home office design and eight inspirational images for encouragement. #hunkerhome #minimalist #homeoffice #homeofficeideas #modern
9 Boho Girls' Room Ideas That Any Young Lady Would Be Happy to Call Their Own
With its laid-back vibe, plentiful textures, emphasis on color, and layered patterns, the "boho" look is sure to please even the pickiest members of your family. Here are nine boho girls' rooms that any young lady would be happy to call their own. #hunkerhome #boho #girlsroom #bohobedroom #girlsbedroomideas
The Joy of Discovery: At Home with British Dealer/Decorator Max Rollitt
“In retrospect, I’d like our house to be like the Weasley’s” explains the British antique dealer, interior designer, and furniture maker Max Rollitt. “Do you know who I mean?” It takes a while for the penny to drop, but I soon realize that Max is talking about the make-believe home of Arthur and Molly Weasley—the […]
New English: A Falling-Down 1850s Farmhouse in Westchester, Transformed by a Pair of Designers
We first came upon the work of New York-based design studio White Arrow when we profiled the row house they renovated for Buzzfeed’s very first employee, Peggy Wang. At the time, Wang was decamping to Queens in search of more space; several years later, it’s much the same reason that led the husband and wife […]
How to Design a Fall Cottagecore Space With Autumnal Magic
As the bustling energy of summer gives way to autumn, tending to our space with intentionality becomes more and more important. It's time for us to retreat into our homes for cozy warmth and some much-needed downtime. #hunkerhome #falldecor #fallcottagecore #cottagecoreideas
11 Super Smart Work From Home Setups Seen on Instagram
As more of us are working from home or remotely these days, finding ways to create a space to feel both inspired and productive while an entire household happens around you can be a challenge. Take a peek at these adorable work from home setups we found off of Instagram. #hunkerhome #workfromhome #workfromhomeideas #wfhideas #homeofficeideas
"The stove is designed to look antique but is a standard electric range."
Explains designer Lauren Lochry, “A previous owner had installed the stove along with a refrigerator designed by the same manufacturer, Elmira Stoveworks. Elmira is very thorough in their replications." Adds Lauren, "Each door, passageway, and window has custom millwork with matching ornamental framing motifs." The doors also feature framed transom windows that can be opened and closed with brass fixtures.