Maybe it’s because they symbolize wholeness and completion (Isn’t that, after all, what we’re all striving for in our homes?) but we think circles in design are a a beautiful thing.
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyle
This decorative mirrored panel is such a light-filled alternative to glass-front cabinets for anyone who wants a kitchen style a little less ordinary — or for anyone who can’t keep their cabinets organized enough for glass fronts…
Eric Henderson Design
The sides of these chairs have such an openness about them.
The lovely and talented Sarah Richardson says that she hates white ceilings and does most anything to avoid them. Well, that’s not good news for my house because, in general, the ceilings are white, white, white. While creating a playroom for our new baby boy, though, we’re taking Sarah’s advice into consideration and going with a blue ceiling. Now to find that perfect shade… We’re crossing our fingers that these beautiful photos will get us started. Hope you enjoy!
Conceptual Kitchen and Millwork We love this gray/blue shade, but every time we’ve attempted this one it comes out looking way too blue. Anyone know of a perfect grue? Yup. That’s gray and blue mashed together. Kind of like Brangelina. It also means “to shudder” if you’re studying for the SAT. We, thank heaven, are not.
The hottest part of the summer is over (well, theoretically…) here in N.C., which means that it is the perfect time to start sailing! But even if you don’t know your port from your starboard, you can still give your home a little nautical touch. We love decorating with sailboats, especially in a house near the water. Even if you don’t live by the sea, a sailboat can be the perfect masculine touch for a room and adds fantastic three-dimensional punch to a wall or mantle. We think these designers would agree!