Valentine’s Day inspired interiors and colors envelope a space in rich depth and hue. Ideal for a Valentine’s Day color palette are softer pinks, rich chocolate browns and shades of regal regal red.
The correct color balance magnifies the beauty of the space and time- the antique French desk and footstool, Philippe Starck’s Louis Ghost chairs, and traditional decorative accessories.
Incomparable as always, romantic style is beautifully evident in the lines and curves of, dare I say it, sexy furniture.
Will you be mine?
Be still my heart! Mary McDonald for Schumacher Honeycomb fabric in Ruby is style on tap for a client and upcoming DIY project.
Color me impressed and inspired- the ♥ of good design!
Romantic tablescapes begins with a blank canvas of inspiration and repurposed details.
For example, marbled paper in shades of pink becomes a designer table runner.
Dupe the gold place rose with gold spray or craft paint and a bouquet of artificial flowers.
The Glitter Guide
Red roses are not the only way to express red hot looks on Valentine’s Day.
One thoughtfully placed book in red jacket perfection, one throw pillow, and one simple glass pitcher win the heart of the space.
The heart of design is inspiration, and inspiration is everywhere!
Valentine’s Day inspired interiors, colors, and accents get to the heart of the design and decorative matter through texture, craftsmanship and design application.