A Brief History of Feng Shui

One of the Five Arts of Chinese Metaphysics, fen shui, or wind-water, is a ancient traditional belief system that guides and governs the energy forces within architectural structures.

Closely linked to Taoism, feng shui practice discusses the arrangement within architecture in terms of  the “invisible forces that bind the universe, earth, and humanity together, known as qi. In traditional Chinese culture, qi is believed to be the vital force, life force, energy flow, or material energy forming part of every living entity. Qi, in relation to feng shui, includes the orientation of a structure, its age, and its interaction with the surrounding environment, including the local microclimates, the slope of the land, vegetation, and soil quality.

The use of feng shui is dated back as far as 5000 BC to the Yangshao people that lived along the Yangtze River in China. Between 4700 BC and 2900 BC, the Hongshan people in Northeast China, who interacted with the Yangshao, adopted feng shui into their culture. Before the magnetic compass, feng shui relied on cosmography to set the orientation of structures. Early Chinese astronomers utilized a gnomon, or the part of a sundial that casts the shadow, as the first instrument to use circumpolar stars to determine the north-south axis of settlements. Rituals for using a feng shui instrument required a diviner to examine current sky phenomena to set the device and adjust their position in relation to the device. The magnetic compass was in fact originally invented by the Han Dynasty for the purpose of divination and feng shui.

In Western civilization, feng shui has become widespread, and is commonly utilized in interior design and architecture.

Bagua

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In Yaodian, the cardinal directions are determined by the marker-stars of the mega-constellations known as the Four Celestial Animals:

East: The Azure Dragon (Spring equinox)—Niao (Bird 鳥), α Scorpionis
South: The Vermilion Bird (Summer solstice)—Huo (Fire 火), α Hydrae
West: The White Tiger (Autumn equinox)—Mǎo (Hair 毛), η Tauri (the Pleiades)
North: The Black Tortoise (Winter solstice)—Xū (Emptiness, Void 虛), α Aquarii, β Aquarii

You can use the bagua diagram in your own home, by using a compass, or the compass app on your phone, to check how you have intuitively placed things around your home, and re-arrange accordingly. Using the bagua diagram can, if anything, be an excellent way to decorate and arrange parts your home with intention!

 

Quick Tips for Feng Shui in a Modern Home

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Indigo Pillows for a Midsummer Mood

Indigo is the “peace that surpasses all understanding,” being protective, benevolent, gentle, and cooling. It governs our higher psychic activities, insight, wisdom, and assists us in navigating deep changes.

It relates to the third eye, where the pituitary gland is located. Indigo relates to self responsibility of one’s own life, to following the soul’s path, and trusting one’s own intuition. It inspires the ability to see things from a ‘higher’ viewpoint rather than purely for satisfaction of the ego or one’s material comfort. In indigo, we feel a resonant sense of unity and clarity. Indigo relates to self-expression through speech and communication, and is the very essence of truth and purpose.

Indigo dye is among the oldest to be used for dying textiles and making prints, and was first documented in history as being used in Huaca Prieta, Peru. Since its discovery, indigo dye has been used in the ancient civilizations of Japan, India and Southeast Asian countries, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Iran, and Africa.

The color indigo is named after the indigo dye derived from the plant Indigofera tinctoria and related species.  Indigofera tinctoria, also called true indigo, has been naturalized to be cultivated in tropical areas of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Since it is a legume, it is also widely used as a soil-improving ground cover, and is rotated into fields similarly to alfalfa and other beans. Dye is obtained through processing the leaves through fermentation.

Vintage Pillow No. 31
Vintage Pillow No. 31
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Indigo + Turquoise Glamour Pillow
Indigo + Turquoise Glamour Pillow
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Jade Tree Modern Pillow
Jade Tree Modern Pillow
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Blue Willow by Bunglo
Blue Willow by Bunglo
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Blue Tangier by Bunglo
Blue Tangier by Bunglo
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Port au Prince Modern Pillow
Port au Prince Modern Pillow
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Midnight Pine Modern Pillow
Midnight Pine Modern Pillow
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Hmong Indigo Batik Pillow
Hmong Indigo Batik Pillow
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Vintage African Indigo Pillow
Vintage African Indigo Pillow
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Silk Velvet Indigo by Kevin O'Brien
Silk Velvet Indigo by Kevin O’Brien
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Dyed Indigo Euro Sham
Dyed Indigo Euro Sham
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Lavender Spa Pillow in Indigo
Lavender Spa Pillow in Indigo
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Indigo Denim Mudcloth
Indigo Denim Mudcloth
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Indigo Ikat Pillow
Indigo Ikat Pillow
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Vintage Indigo Hmong Batik Pillow
Vintage Indigo Hmong Batik Pillow
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Turkish Modern Pillows by Bunglo

This summer we are so excited to present a new line of woven pillows handmade from vintage Turkish rugs. Each design is one hundred percent unique, finished with a cotton backing and zipper. These pillows pair perfectly with our signature bunglo pillows for an eclectic, boho look.

Check out the lovely array of vintage Turkish pillows below, and let us know what you think!

Vintage Pillow No. 13
Vintage Pillow No. 13
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Vintage Pillow No. 15
Vintage Pillow No. 15
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Vintage Pillow No. 10
Vintage Pillow No. 10
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Vintage Pillow No. 12
Vintage Pillow No. 12
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Vintage Pillow No. 19
Vintage Pillow No. 19
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Vintage Pillow No. 11
Vintage Pillow No. 11
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Vintage Pillow No. 3
Vintage Pillow No. 3
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Vintage Pillow No. 30
Vintage Pillow No. 30
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Vintage Pillow No. 14
Vintage Pillow No. 14
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Vintage Pillow No. 31
Vintage Pillow No. 31
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Vintage Pillow No. 21
Vintage Pillow No. 21
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Vintage Pillows No. 32
Vintage Pillows No. 32
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Vintage Pillow No. 9
Vintage Pillow No. 9
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Vintage Pillow No. 4
Vintage Pillow No. 4
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Vintage Pillow No. 8
Vintage Pillow No. 8
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Vintage Pillow No. 29
Vintage Pillow No. 29
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Vintage Pillow No. 6
Vintage Pillow No. 6
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Vintage Pillow No. 5
Vintage Pillow No. 5
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Vintage Pillows No. 20
Vintage Pillows No. 20
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Vintage Pillow No. 28
Vintage Pillow No. 28
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Vintage Pillow No. 32
Vintage Pillow No. 32
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Vintage Pillow No. 26
Vintage Pillow No. 26
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Vintage Pillow No. 24
Vintage Pillow No. 24
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Vintage Pillow No. 22
Vintage Pillow No. 22
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Vintage Pillow No. 16
Vintage Pillow No. 16
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Vintage Pillow No. 1
Vintage Pillow No. 1
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Vintage Pillow No. 18
Vintage Pillow No. 18
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Beginning the Week with Intention

The start of the week is an opportunity to renew and revitalize your energy.

In ways, the beginning of the week is a kind of rebirth of your sense of self, resolutions, dreams, and responsibilities. Cultivating a drive to revive your inspiration and stimulate your creative forces can be done simply through formulating a ritual.

Whether you commute to your place of employment, or work from home, begin your week by taking 30 minutes to an hour to fully dedicate to setting an intention, and engaging in a form of mindfulness practice.

Dalai Lama

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Mindfulness Practice

Meditation is not an easy practice for a busy mind, but it can do wonders for the health of your mind and body. You can begin meditation with a simple breathing exercise using your hands, creating a space for concentration and grounding.

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Begin by taking a seat somewhere peaceful. Light a candle, or burn some palo santo, create an environment that makes you feel warm and comfortable. Cross one leg over the other, and begin to align your spine. Imagine each vertebrae perfectly stacked on top of one another, keeping a long neck, slightly dropping the chin, and lifting tall through the crown of your head.

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Hand Counting Pranayama is an ancient Indian ritual used to engage the mind in meditation. Closing your eyes, stack your hands together on your lap, with the dominant hand on top. With an open palm, and use your thumb to draw a spiral, counting each joint of your fingers until you have completed 12 deep, rhythmic breaths. If you break concentration and lose count, begin again. Bring your mind’s awareness entirely to the 12 cycle spiral of breath.
Inhale deeply through your nose, opening the back of the throat to a point of making a course, audible breath. Envision the air flowing into your body and circulating like blood does within your veins. Exhale through your nose, until all the air has been expended fully. Repeat these deep cycles of breath while completing the 12 count spiral on your hand, as many times as it takes to feel completely relaxed and centered.  Become completely still and aware of the present moment.

Mindfulness

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Once you feel really connected to your breath, and have quietness of the mind, you can begin visualizing all that you wish to transcend or achieve in the following week. Maintaining your lightness of being, keep your mind away from negative thoughts and energy. Only allow your focus to be on tangible, positive notions.

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Find Your Flow

Formulate positive affirmations to support the success of all that you do. After reflection, begin writing your affirmations and revelations in a  journal. Carry confidence with you to your next task, and next meal. Make each household chore a time for quiet contemplation, each movement becoming a motion of zen. The next time you eat, concentrate fully on each bite of food you take, chewing slowing, savoring every flavor, and feeling gratitude for the nutrients you are taking into your body.

Release all resistance to the natural flow of the day. This means being gentle and patient with yourself, listening to your body and its needs, and releasing control over matters that are not directly within your grasp to navigate. Take care of tasks that are your responsibility to complete, and allow anything else to flow towards you. Remember that what you seek, is seeking you. The positive things that are of real necessity in your life will inevitable cross your path. Walk with openness and lightness of being!

 

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A Brief History of Indigo

The serene shade of indigo has been used across the world for over 6,000 years. Indigo dye is among the oldest to be used for dying textiles and making prints, and was first documented in history as being used in Huaca Prieta, Peru. Since its discovery, indigo dye has been used in the ancient civilizations of Japan, India and Southeast Asian countries, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Iran, and Africa.

 When Sir Isaac Newton began his research on the continuum of colors, he introduced indigo as one of the seven basic colors that could be shown through a prism creating the optic spectrum.

Indigo Dye Workshop
Indigo Dye Workshop
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When indigo dye made its way to the ancient Greeks and Romans, it was long valued as luxury product. Arab merchants brought indigo dye from India during the Greco-Roman era, and thus the latinized word indigo, derived from India, was born. In Mesopotamia,a neo-Babylonian cuneiform tablet of the seventh century BC gives a recipe for a lapis-like color being used to dye wools, pigments for paintings, and cosmetic purposes. The early Spanish colonists setup indigo dye production in Guatemala, and has been a key element in the color palette in the country since.

Variants in Indigo
Variants in Indigo
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The color indigo is named after the indigo dye derived from the plant Indigofera tinctoria and related species, although a large percentage of indigo dye produced today is synthetic. The color is primarily used to dye cotton yarn or silk; about 20 thousand tons are produced annually, primarily for blue jeans. Indigofera tinctoria, also called true indigo, has been naturalized to be cultivated in tropical areas of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Since it is a legume, it is also widely used as a soil-improving ground cover, and is rotated into fields similarly to alfalfa and other beans. Dye is obtained through processing the leaves through fermentation.

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When indigo was introduced into colonial South Carolina, it became the second-most important cash crop after rice. Because of its high value as a trading commodity, indigo was often referred to as blue gold.  Its common use is in creating the popular Shibori and tie dye fabrics in both cotton and silk, as well as denim. Eventually, the demand for indigo outweighed the capacity of supply, and a synthetic alternative was developed. In 1883, a German chemist first synthesized indigo, and by 1897, his formula was made into a commercially feasible manufacturing process for mass-production.

Dying Techniques
Dying Techniques
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Blue Willow by Bunglo
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Blue Tangier by Bunglo
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Learn how shades of blue and indigo can impact your life and the feel of the design and decor of your modern home in Chromotherapy: Blue Dreams

 

Stay tuned for the origins and processes of other dyes and textiles!

Top Three Kitchen Trends of 2018

If you’re a foodie like me, the kitchen is often where you spend the majority of your waking moments in your home. Although you may lounge in your living area or bedroom, your kitchen is where you begin your day with sipping coffee, reading the paper, and eating breakfast. You pass time in the kitchen preparing and eating meals, and you also may often entertain guests for drinks and snacks.

Keeping your kitchen sparkling with creative and innovative design and decor with make you feel like you want to take your time spending the energy preparing food. With a fresh and alluring aesthetic, the overall experience of prepping, cooking, and even cleaning will be immensely rewarding!

Here are our top three picks for the most captivating trends of the year!

 

Marble Everywhere

Brass + Marble
Brass + Marble
Photograph courtesy of Style by Emily Henderson
Smooth and Sophisticated
Smooth and Sophisticated
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Blanc et Noir
Blanc et Noir
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Bright and Minimalist
Bright and Minimalist
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Modern Marble
Modern Marble
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Marble Walls
Marble Walls
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Built-in Sink
Built-in Sink
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Dining Alcoves

Window Box Nook
Window Box Nook
Photograph courtesy of Style by Emily Henderson
Paris Chic
Paris Chic
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Mid-Century Modern
Mid-Century Modern
Photograph courtesy of Style by Emily Henderson
Minimalist Nook
Minimalist Nook
Photograph courtesy of Style by Emily Henderson
Modern Rustic
Modern Rustic
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Seaside Style
Seaside Style
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Black Fixtures and Details

Ebony Stove
Ebony Stove
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Dark Details
Dark Details
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Bold Brass and Black
Bold Brass and Black
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Dark and Minimalist
Dark and Minimalist
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Dark Jungalow
Dark Jungalow
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Edgy Tropical
Edgy Tropical
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Monochrome
Monochrome
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Black + Brass + Marble
Black + Brass + Marble
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Brass and Black
Brass and Black
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Our Favorite Rugs Under $300

Rugs and carpets are where we rest our feet, to nestle our toes into something cozy beneath the sofa, next to our bed, or beneath our dining area. They can assist in keeping an area neat and tidy, and prevent the spread of dirt and dust being tracked inside from the outdoors. They tie a room together with bursts of colors and patterns, and subtly section off areas of your home to separate each element.

A rug can be ornate and vibrant to make a statement in a room with a neutral palette, or the it can be the luminous neutral element to create grounding tone in a room of bright colors.  Take a walk with us across this gorgeous selections of rugs, observe each pattern and texture and become inspired for your own modern home decor!

Small Cairo Rug by Bunglo - $98
Small Cairo Rug by Bunglo – $98

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Handmade Mayan Waves from the Highlands of Guatemala
Handmade Mayan Waves from the Highlands of Guatemala – $228

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Simona 3'x5' - $78
Simona 3’x5′ – $78

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Embroidered Tiger - $248
Embroidered Tiger – $248

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Elegant Aves Birds - $248
Elegant Aves Birds – $248

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Ivory Kamala - Starting at $98
Ivory Kamala – Starting at $98

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Forest Wicklow - $298
Forest Wicklow – $298

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Tufted Ceren - $298
Tufted Ceren – $298

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Badia - Starting at $98
Badia – Starting at $98

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Jaipur Geometric Cotton - $120
Jaipur Geometric Cotton – $120

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India Paisley Cotton - $120
India Paisley Cotton – $120

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Moroccan Azilal Berber Cotton - $199
Moroccan Azilal Berber Cotton – $199

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Kashmiri "Namda" Bohemian - $37.86
Kashmiri “Namda” Bohemian – $37.86

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Latin American Forest Friends - $65
Latin American Forest Friends – $65

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Gold Accents for Your Mid-Century Abode

Gold gives off the essence of warmth and regality. The shimmering touch of gold grants a royal accent to any color palette or design. It can be subtly paired with a black and white decor, or make a bold statement amongst deep purples and blues.

Dating back to the Ancient Egyptians, gold has been used to adorn homes, temples, and be worn as a statement and symbol of status. It can transform any setting, whether appearing weathered on frames of artwork or the claws of a vintage bathtub, or luminous and immaculate on the surfaces of light fixtures and appliances.

Using the warm and rich cast of gold in your home is sure to make a statement, and give any piece you want to feature an extra glimmer. Take a glimpse of our favorite selections to inspire your next choices of glistening gold accents in your modern home decor!

Golden Hourglass
Golden Hourglass
Photographs courtesy of Palm Springs Style
Royal Palette
Royal Palette
Photographs courtesy of Thou Swell
Vintage Luxury
Vintage Luxury
Photographs courtesy of Real Simple
Gilded Touches
Gilded Touches
Photographs courtesy of Palm Springs Style
Modern Gold Accents
Modern Gold Accents
Photographs courtesy of Domino
Blush Velvet + Gold Tall Seat
Blush Velvet + Gold Tall Seat
Photographs courtesy of Pinterest
Geometric Chandelier
Geometric Chandelier
Photographs courtesy of Pinterest
Golden Orbs
Golden Orbs
Photographs courtesy of Trendir
Retro Shower
Retro Shower
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14k Barstools
14k Barstools
Photographs courtesy of Damask & Dentelle
Gold Leaf Globe
Gold Leaf Globe
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Rose Quartz + Gold Coffee Table
Rose Quartz + Gold Coffee Table
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Bowtie Seat
Bowtie Seat
Photographs courtesy of Summer Adams
Biombo Pattern Gold Coffee Table
Biombo Pattern Gold Coffee Table
Photographs courtesy of The Glitter Guide
Golden Sunburst + Modern Chandelier
Golden Sunburst + Modern Chandelier
Photograph courtesy of @aBeautifulMess

 

 

Are you in love with Mid-Century Modern decor? Take a look at some gorgeous interiors in Palm Springs!

Reading Chairs To Spend Hours In

Whether you are marathoning through a fantasy series, hitting the textbooks for a class or exam, or reading the daily news, designating an area of your home to create a comfortable reading area will change the flow of your home for the better.

Choose a quiet, peaceful place in your bedroom, dining room, or living area to place your comfy chair. Let it be nestled amongst plants, near to the natural light of a window, with bookshelves full of your next readings and a coffee table to compliment the arrangement. Let it be long enough so that you may naturally recline, or be accompanied by a matching ottoman to prop up your legs. Cover it with decorative throw pillows and cozy blankets, or keep it bare and sophisticated for a setting for more concentration.

We have selected this styles to inspire you to acquire a reading chair specific to your needs or the current design of your home, or to simply rearrange your current interior to give yourself an environment dedicated to your readings.

 

Luxury Chaise
Luxury Chaise
Photograph courtesy of Book Hub
Forest View
Forest View
Photograph courtesy of Book Hub
Under the Stairway
Under the Stairway
Photograph courtesy of Straight Away Design
Sleek Palette
Sleek Palette
Photograph courtesy of Pinterest
Reclining Chaise
Reclining Chaise
Photograph courtesy of Pinterest
Boho Chic Lounge
Boho Chic Lounge
Photograph courtesy of Melissa Darnell
Cozy Corner
Cozy Corner
Photograph courtesy of Design Listicle
Library Lounge
Library Lounge
Photograph courtesy of Design Listicle
Masculine Edge
Masculine Edge
Photograph courtesy of Melissa Darnell
Contemporary Corner
Contemporary Corner
Photograph courtesy of Melissa Darnell
Modern Nursery
Modern Nursery
Photograph courtesy of Project Nursery
Tropical Lifestyle
Tropical Lifestyle
Photograph courtesy of My Ideal Home
Floating Nest
Floating Nest
Photograph courtesy of Book Hub
Wicker Swing
Wicker Swing
Photograph courtesy of Book Hub
Modern Hammocks
Modern Hammocks
Photograph courtesy of Book Hub
Suspended Satellite Chair
Suspended Satellite Chair
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Exotic Geometric Swing
Exotic Geometric Swing
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Swinging Gemstone Book Nook
Swinging Gemstone Book Nook
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Luminous White Rooms

There is something ethereal and elegant about surfaces bathed in white.

The pure and clean essence of white gently washes over us with grace and sophistication. We are reminded of far off islands like Santorini, Sardinia, or Mykonos, where one can walk on white pathways under bright white cupolas. One will feel as if they are spending their days in a spa, with a calming and serene sensations transmitted by the interior elements of their own home.

White allows your living space to be a blank canvas to feature accents of artwork, plant life, or colorful woven textiles. A room with a bright and neutral color palette can make a smaller space appear much larger and create a mood of openness. Windowless rooms can become seemingly airy instead of stifling. A palette of whites will make a space seem naturally cleaner and tidier, so even an unmade bed can appear intentional. With white, you can fluidly feature other patterns, textures, and colors without the risk of making the area appear cluttered.

Stroll through these lavish white interiors, and take a deep breath of the lively freshness that they invoke.

Pompoms
Pompoms
Photograph courtesy of Style Caster
Suspended Lounge
Suspended Lounge
Photograph courtesy of Home DIT
Chic Scandinavian
Chic Scandinavian
Photograph courtesy of Homey Oh My
Costal Life
Costal Life
Photograph courtesy of The Home Scene
Monochrome Bath
Monochrome Bath
Photograph courtesy of Domain
Moucharabieh
Moucharabieh
Photograph courtesy of Architecture Art Designs
Indian Filigree
Indian Filigree
Photograph courtesy of Alabaster Trader
Lacy Crown Molding and Walls
Lacy Crown Molding and Walls
Photograph courtesy of Pinterest
Bohemian Brights
Bohemian Brights
Photograph courtesy of Loom Brand

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Photograph courtesy of Decoholic
Costal Cottage
Costal Cottage
Photograph courtesy of One Kind Design
Scandinavian Style
Scandinavian Style
Photograph courtesy of Scandinavian Home Designs

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Photograph courtesy of Decoholic
Luminous Loft
Luminous Loft
Photograph courtesy of Feed Puzzle
Beach Modern
Beach Modern
Photograph courtesy of Pinterest
Monochrome Modern
Monochrome Modern
Photograph courtesy of Blog Lovin

 

See how these Scandinavian Homes utilize bright white palettes for more modern home decor inspiration!