Just in time for summer, our luxurious Poolside Collection was inspired by long, lavish days spent by the pool at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles.
The dreamy “Pink Palace” is the ultimate beacon of timeless allure in Los Angeles, and has been the place to see and be seen for over a century. With an unforgettable fusion of vintage glamour and modern luxury, we hope to sweep you away with the same soft hues. Adorn your outdoor spaces with elegance and style, make every area of your environment inviting. Surround yourself with fresh fruit and flowers, modern bohemian patterns, and a dreamy summer color palette. Setting your table and outdoor spaces with intention will ensure you’re sent into the season with panache.
Enjoy taking a tour through our new summer collection, and feel inspired to create your outdoor oasis this summer!
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!
Contemporary Spanish designs have swept the world with their timeless luxury, giving a cool, tranquil mood to modern living.
Throughout Europe, the West Coast of the United States, and across Latin America, we see a gorgeous, sleek modern Spanish style of high ceilings, smooth archways, elaborate and colorful tiling, native textile home decor, desert plant life, and ornate light fixtures.
Through exploration of Spanish design and architecture, your home can transport you to the Valencian coastline, the modern urban edge of Madrid, or the lush hilltops of Granada. We are thrilled to share these exquisite Contemporary Hacienda interiors that will inspire you to both travel to Spain, and give your home a marvelous Spanish makeover.
13 Woodsy Cabin Interior Photos From Around the World!
Rustic homes surrounded by trees in the middle of nature, a getaway from the day to day hustle. .. Cabins are a place to relax, get cozy and enjoy the changing seasons. Checkout these fabulous mountain homes with a mid century modern flair that will get you excited for fall. These beauties make the backwoods swoon worthy!
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Do you love plants? Want to learn how they can actually help you on a day to day basis? They’re not just for looks…
4 of the Best Plants to Help You Breathe Easier
Plants add that spark of magic to a space. We’re all loving white walls, minimal furniture and lots of plants. Some are calling it the #jungalow style. Though filling up our modern homes with plants may seem like the latest bohemian decor trend, it’s actually something we’ve been doing since the beginning of time! Living among plants is grounding, inspiring and taking care of them can be a chance to practice mindfulness.
1. Bamboo Palm
The toxic chemical, formaldehyde is found in so many house hold products, such as our mattresses, sofas and clothing! Bamboo is magical, it can help get rid of chemicals like formaldehyde! This tropical plant thrives in shady spaces and is super easy to keep alive with minimal watering. Growing up to 8ft high, the bamboo palm is not only a natural cleaning solution to keep you healthy, but a giant friend!
2. Boston Fern
Plants are truly amazing. They’re like our ancient grandparents protecting us as angels on earth. I mean the Boston Fern literally protects us! It removes toxic metals such as mercury and arsenic from the air. It makes since that the Boston Fern is a common household plant!
3. The Spider Plant
According to researchers at Kansas State University, adding plants to hospital rooms improved recovery rates in surgical patients. Not only can this plant absorb carbon monoxide but it’s also edible and high in magnesium, vitamin c, protein and calcium! It has been known to decrease symptoms of the flu, sore throats or chronic headaches.
4. Peace Lily
Elegant in beauty, powerful in cleaning air. The peace lily filters toxic chemicals and absorbs alcohol and acetone which is emitted from household electronics and cleaning products. Needing more light than the rest of the plants on the list, this beauty deserves a spot right in your kitchen window!
INTERESTING FACT: Plants produce negative ions, which attach themselves to (and effectively remove) particles such as dust, mold spores, bacteria, and allergens. Negative ions also have a profound calming effect – think crashing waves or blissful rainstorms.
There are so many plants to choose from! Share some of your favorites in the comments below!