Feeling the crispness in the air? Are the reds and golds on the trees catching your eye? Yep, fall is here and with it comes the excitement of celebration and gathering. Decorating your home to welcome holidays can bring warmth and beauty to your space.
Needing a few Thanksgiving decorations? Below are a few great ideas:
Making a space feel more expansive is a common design challenge. Whether living in a first floor apartment or in a home with little natural lighting, there are several solutions to creating a more open feel to interiors. Spatial layout, color, and finishes are great places to start.
Google, Facebook, Pixar and Etsy all have it. The incredible office layout; the fun work design. With the explosion of new businesses, startup office design is becoming a more serious considered element of business success. Wondering how to create a great office layout? Here are our five top tips.
How do you go about designing a neutral bedroom without emphasizing one gender inspired style over the other?
Recent clients approached Decorilla, looking for a natural, fun, modern design for their master bedroom. It was to be eclectic, but also neutral. One of the biggest challenges when designing a neutral bedroom is effectively incorporating both masculine and feminine styles. Now, calling a particular décor style feminine or masculine does not mean that the particular room is designed for only women or men. It just means that the room has qualities that are more associated with one gender more than the other.
Inspired by factories and warehouses, Industrial Design is a trendy style that creates spaces which are modern, urban and full of personality.
Typically, industrial design is associated with large spaces having high ceilings, robust natural light and exposed elements. If these components are lacking in your house, there are plenty of opportunities for you to update and create a modern industrial look. You can do it yourself with these simple tips or hire a virtual designer for some expert help.
How do you make a bedroom flow for multiple purposes while still be aesthetically pleasing? Priscilla approached Decorilla needing a bedroom that was sexy, glamorous, relaxing, and functional. “I need personality, a place to relax, and a place I love being in.” We were up for the challenge!
What’s the best way to get that sleek contemporary kitchen design that you’ve dreamed of? As one of the most vital parts of a home, the kitchen is not only a place for cooking food, but a place for storing, eating, and entertaining as well. Mark wanted a kitchen that is effective and reflects his personal style…
Recently, Decorilla’s Creative Design Expert, Christine Martin, was featured in Terry’s Blinds blog, a great UK online publication that shares diverse aspects of the interior design world. Periodically, they select a designer to include on their feature, Designer Insights, which glimpses into what inspires designers’ work and offers their top five trends of the season. To check out Christine’s interview and other gems in this site, please visit here.
With summer in full swing, it is great to make the most of being outdoors. Bringing the outdoors in is one way of doing this, as seen in our recent small studio design where a forest wall mural amplifies a living room space. Yet, if you’re home has an outdoor area to work with, more options are open.
A patio, balcony, or terrace is an added living area when designed well. This is simpler when the space is ample enough, but what if it is challenging to use? Here are some helpful tips when decorating small exteriors:
One of the most common design challenges is effective use of space. This is especially true when the space is limited and several uses of the room are needed.
Take one of our recent New York studio design clients, for example. Having moved into a large bedroom, he wanted to create a split living/sleeping space. He was clear about what he liked. “I want to create an airy, elevated type of room with not a lot of furniture that is too close to the ground”. To us, this translated into: floating furniture, a platform bed and a clean minimalistic look. These elements help open up a room. Other possible solutions include the following…