Autumn is officially here! What better way to change up your space than to flow with the seasons– and utilize color therapy in your home!? If you’re wanting to bring fall tones into your space, incorporating orange is a great way to start!
Not only is Halloween a major focal point of October, but the backdrops of color changing leaves and chilly days makes this month a cozy, intimate time! Orange is a color that is found in all things fall, which is great news, because tones of orange will bring a boost of energy and feelings of gratitude.
Incorporating orange in your home, whether it be in your pillows, curtains or simply a rug, will provide your space with a fresh feeling of creative energy and an aura of thanks and excitement. Orange is also a common color in sunsets and rises, which bring in good energy and intense beauty.
Fall nights are all about entertaining, so think of brining orange tones onto your tabletop. This can be as simple as creating a fall bouquet with orange blooms or even setting the table with napkins featuring patterns in orange.
Think burnt orange, light orange, tangerine and rusty tones! These deep colors look great styled with bright yellows or vintage mustard tones. For a modern fall feeling incorporate browns and sands to ground the deep pallet. For a rich feeling, navy blues and indigo patterns pair nicely with terracotta toned orange!
Are you ready to bring warmth into your home this fall with tones of orange?! Show us how you style with orange– tag us on instagram (@thebunglo)!!
Masks–this is is our new normal. And as we navigate these uncertain times, it is important to remember why these masks are a new part of our society.
If protection is the main goal, then why are so many of these masks made from synthetic materials sprayed with chemicals? Why are we not protecting our skin? Why are we putting in effort to protect others, yet paying no attention to the direct harm we are causing our own bodies?
It’s time to start connecting the dots – we can protect others as well as ourselves! Choose a mask made from organic materials. Fabrics that will not cause harm to your skin, such as organic cotton. We are proud of our nation for coming together and taking the necessary precautions to aid in the recovery of our world, which makes this message even more important to share.
We are happy to share these bunglo face masks made from 100% organic cotton. They are made in Los Angeles to support domestic production. Not only are these face masks safe for your skin, they are also made in patterns that will emit bright and happy vibes. Your expressions may be covered, but these masks will sufficiently facilitate that cheeky smile cracking beneath.
Check out these bunglo organic cotton face masks and buy some for the whole family!
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Why does being indoors have to block our view of the outside? Bring nature indoors! We love homes designed to feel as if you are living amongst nature- whilst protected from the elements. What better way to see the stars or the morning sun than from a skylight in your home?
Letting in the natural light isn’t just a design detail, it is also a way to promote healthy living and increased positive vibes in your home! Brighten up your space with ceiling skylights or floor to ceiling windows. You will start to have trouble figuring out where the landscape stops and your home begins!!
You never have to sacrifice natural views with these modern skylights!
Modern kitchen skylight located in Melbourne, Australia– Designed by Chan Architecture.
Home in North London designed by Mulroy Architects and Manea Kella.
Beachside Melbourne home designed by Sheri Haby Architects.
Lakeside home in Washington State, designed by the architecture firm, Olson Kundi.
Modern home in Connecticut designed by Harvard Five architect, John Johansen.
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Envision colors of the peachy sunset dusting the dry sand and meeting the prickly cactus bodies. Utilizing colors you see in your dream location can bring you a mental escape in your own home.
Peach tones and sandy hues will come together to bring in a vast desert landscape. Think Joshua Tree, Palm Springs, Sedona, Tucson and many other beautiful desert scenes.Use this peachy sand color therapy to bring the desert to your home.
Coffee is an art form. This beloved caffeine kick is a staple in every culture, and occupies the bulk of morning routines. Grabbing a takeaway coffee can get pricey when it becomes an every day ritual, so investing in a quality home coffee device is a great way to get your caffeine boost from the comfort of your own kitchen. The downside – classic coffee pot machines are bulky, and let’s be honest, an eye sore. We’ve rounded up our five favorite coffee appliances so you don’t have to sacrifice aesthetics in your modern kitchen!
One of the first things we notice when walking into a room is the art. Your walls truly speak for your space. A clean, empty wall is like a blank canvas– ready to be moulded into your room’s foundational center piece. There are many ways to hang your art. Whether you prefer one large painting or a collage of many smaller ones, your creative technique is true to your own space. Use your designer eye and choose what print, regarding size and color, fits within your aesthetic. Quality art is a fun way to add texture and color into your home, whilst contributing to the overall mood. Here are our favorite enlightened minimalistic artists at the moment!
These beautiful acrylic paintings are both minimalistic and intimate. Lucinda Jones is an Australian artist, specializing in her use of white space to create beautiful figures. Original paintings as well as art prints of her most popular creations are available. Check out her art on her website or instagram!
Andy Blank is a Brooklyn based artist. His work is simple, yet intriguing. The pieces jump out at you, utilizing depth and texture. Andy is setting a new standard to art buying online which includes fair prices and quality products completely original to and made in house. The best part– all art is under $199!
BLOCK SHOP TEXTILES
These woodblock paper prints are the perfect minimalistic statement piece. They bring in a mid century aesthetic. All prints are block printed in Jaipur in a woman run studio. With two different framing options available, these prints will be ready to live on your walls!
BUNGLO – BY SHAY SPANIOLA
Bunglo art features watercolor patterns created by Austin creative, Shay Spaniola. Her art bursts with color and depth, which will add a new dimension to your blank walls. Also a photographer, Shay has taken photos all around the world and turned them into art prints to inspire your home. Check out more art on bunglo’s website!
Crisp, fall weather has us all dreaming of our winter hideaways high up in the mountains. Amenities such as ski-in-ski-out ability, wooden beams, log cabins, eclectic furniture and textiles, and a fireplace to cozy up to are just a few luxuries any modern slope enthusiast wishes for their mountain escape. The natural beauty of the surrounding landscape is not lost in the interior design of these ski chalets. Walls of natural wood, stone accents and fur covered seating is all inspired by the mountain terrain.
These modern mountain homes are sure to leave you warm after a long day of action in the snow.We’ve rounded up some of our favorite mountain home inspiration for your mental escape to the slopes!
Do you have a deep collection of records but have no place to display them? Is there a mounted television just floating on your wall with nothing to hide its cords and cable boxes? Need extra storage in your space, but want to avoid cluttering your walls with shelves or stuffing your cabinets? A mid century modern console will be the perfect fit to gain extra organizational space without sacrificing style.
The beauty of a console is, you can move it! This furniture is not set in place forever, therefore it can change with the flow of your feng shui, trans-seasonally. Check out these mid century modern consoles we’ve rounded up from enlightened designers!
High up in the mountains or nestled amongst trees of a lakeside forrest, cabin design is quaint and eclectic, especially during the fall season. We’ve rounded up eco cabin designs from around the world, meant to inspire you.
Amagansett, New York
Take a mental escape to your dream eclectic cabin.
As the weather starts to change, it’s a good idea to switch out your summer textiles for more hearty, warm fabrics. Wool and organic cotton bases for autumn will refresh your design and create a cozy winter bunker in your space!
The wool family is large and a cold weather staple. Cashmere, merino, mohair and flannel are all a part of the wool family, which makes them incredible insulators to keep the heat in. Wool is the most hearty of winter fabrics, perfect for living room throws or even a full bedding set for cold climates.
Organic Cotton is a versatile textile, making it a great option for any season. Soft and breathable, yet still able to keep the heat in, this fabric can be used for bedding as well as upholstering chairs, couches etc. Pick colors that bring your space into a dreamy, autumn landscape.
Linen is another trans-seasonal fabric. Not everyone needs a heavy wool blanket for fall, so if you find yourself in more moderate weather, linen will be your best option. Flax linen is a natural, soft fabric. You can add warmth by simply adding extra layers, yet the properties of linen ensure that you will still be kept cool. If you still desire a fall aesthetic, simply purchase bedding, upholstering fabric or blankets in colors such as rust, terracotta, clay and burgundy.
We love the deep fall colors, such as the Eclectic Moon Fabric featured above, from bunglo! Check out hundreds of patterns on. organic cotton and linen fabric. Perfect home fabric for your next interior design project going into fall.