Deep saturated tones in our favorite gemstone colors are making a strong comeback as people are tiring of the “neutral wave” of white and grey that dominated the interiors market for the last several years. A welcomed option is color…once again! Take a look at some fun ways we’ve incorporated jewel tones in our designs over the last year or two!
Green With Envy
This showstopper chandelier just makes this room wow!!
The golden glow of this glass entry lamp captures the natural light from the doors beautifully!
Graceful blue glass Penguins add a touch of whimsy to this formal piano lounge.
And these custom lamps match our seating with perfection!
These lamps provide a focal point of excitement in this turquoise influenced dining space.
…could look this good! Backlit with LED lighting, this custom designed cabana table takes our breath away!
Juxtaposed against pale walls and paired with rich greens, these plum toned accents never looked so good!
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Rattan has long been used in furniture due to its flexibility, durability, and ability to regenerate in 5-7 years, which is quicker than many other natural elements. In the past few years, we’ve seen rattan venture out to so many categories, including indoor and outdoor decor, furnishings, rugs, and more!
Spring is a great season for pastel tones grounded with neutral whites, creams, and sandy colors. This season we’ve selected fabrics and tones that bring us right back to our favorite beaches.
When building or renovating your home, a great way to open up your kitchen is to ensure there are windows strategically placed near or in the kitchen. An open-concept design with high or vaulted ceilings can allow light to travel better through your space, maximizing natural light!