There’s an entire psychology behind colors and how they influence your mood. And let’s be honest, not all rooms were made for white walls. So, here are 9 tips on what to do before (or after) you’ve decided on a color that best represents you.
1. Begin with a focal point.
Typically you choose the focal point and then build a color story around the central piece in your space. Deciding on the focal point second is a risk but do it anyway! Then it’s off to hunt for the perfect piece of furniture to get an idea of which direction you want to go in next. Find an item that incorporates your paint color brilliantly—a rug, a chair, duvet or piece of art.
Check out additional tips to add some color to your space below.
From an executive role with one of America’s leading healthcare providers to handling passion projects, Justina White made the switch to transforming client’s “sterile spaces into chic contemporary” rather seamlessly. White is an East Bay Area designer that started her firm, J.G.W. DÉCOR, in 2011 after deciding to leave the corporate sphere and try her hand in interior design. White is proof that word of mouth is a major key in growing a small business, and her stunningly chic designs make her an interior designer to watch.
Read more about the talented Justina White below.
NYFW doesn’t just set the tone for you wardrobe, it’s the jumping off point for getting your entire life. Ideas for hair, make-up, fashion—both to be worn and seen—are hitting the runways first. Here are some NYFW trend-inspired home decor and accessories you’ll want to retreive just in before the blooms blossom.
Bring out the blooms and bright colors! Spring 2016 trend inspirations are all about mixing it up with texture, prints and a hint of happy hues. From the runway to your doorway, and beyond, here are a few 2016 NYFW fashion-forward trends to try incorporating into your home for the upcoming season.
Photo Credit: Nicole Gibbons Studio
So, 2016 is off to a great start. You’ve set your New Year’s resolutions and you’re sticking to them. Or maybe you’re just continuing on your journey, committed to being a better version of yourself everyday. In any case, ’tis the season inspired by new beginnings. Try making subtle but noticeable changes in your space by freshening up your home and atmosphere with these minor adjustments.
1. Bring the outdoors indoors.
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Take a look at other ways to revamp your home for the new year below.
It’s nearing the close of another holiday season and that means one of two things, quite possibly both: You’ve had guests over for big, extravagant meals and/or you’ve spent the last month attending all those holiday parties, taking full advantage of the break from work. And now, you’re out for the count and not really up for bringing in the New Year on your feet at another never-ending party.
Let’s face it: Getting dressed and going out is not the safest plan on a night like this one. Some of us opt to spend the night in intimate settings, counting down the seconds before the clock strikes 12. So, here’s a list of small but significant decorative tips for closing out 2015 in an epic but subtle way below.
Last weekend I had the awesome opportunity to attend an exclusive preview of the Home Depot Closet Chic space at the Essence Block Party. The opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time because in just 2 weeks I’m moving out of my current home and into a new space! Hence, I’m looking for all the home decor inspiration I can get.
Home Depot teamed up with the designers behind the popular and on-trend home decor destination AphroChic to design the ultimate cool-girl’s closet smack dab in the middle of the Essence Block Party. It was decked head to toe in literally all things I love. The closet was painted a special custom color created by Aphrochic at Home Depot via the Colorhouse brand of paint (only available at the Home Depot in Brooklyn!) This color is so me – the perfect merge of pink and purple. It’s like a fashionista’s fuschia. Also Colorhouse paint has absolutely no odor or fumes (which is pretty awesome).
Founders Jeanine Mays and her husband Bryan Mase briefed me on the inspiration behind the closet and the idea was “The Perfect Girl Cave”. From the great pops of color to the explosive prints (the dresses hanging in the closet are from one of my favorite designers Reuben Reuel of DEMESTIKS NYC), I loved everything about the space.