Shopping during the Holidays is not always the easiest task. Not only does the list of people that you have to buy for grow annually, but everyone on that list also has different tastes, desires, and expectations. Whether it’s for someone that you know very well or simply a thank you for someone hosting a festive evening, finding the appropriate present can be unfortunately a long and frustrating experience.
The 1960’s were marked with fashion, culture, and by trends. It was the golden age where bright colours, the endless array of patterns, and a multitude of geographical shapes appeared. Fashion exploded, fabrics and textures developed into new classics, and conformity became unorthodox.
We love hosting during the fall and winter seasons…and having guests over and welcoming them to a beautifully adorned home is all part of the fun! Impressing with simple touches is easy and changing up the look of your space makes it feel all the more festive.
To me, there is nothing more delightful design-wise than marble. When it comes to designing or styling a space, I always like to include a touch of marble. I think it can entirely make a space; it adds quiet, timeless luxury and shows confidence in understanding materials.
Who is the nomadic worker? In the 21st century, your workspace probably rotates from an office, to coffee shop, restaurant, park, or anywhere else you can set your laptop down. Their workspace is wherever they are…this is the nomadic worker.
The rich tones, the instant touch of glam and luxury…metallic pieces can make all the difference in an otherwise ordinary decor. Whether you’re a gold fanatic (like us) or just starting to warm up to the trend…there’s nothing better than adding a touch of richness to your home. And why stop with just one? Mixing metals is an edgy trend that if done correctly, can look timeless.