Google, Facebook, Pixar and Etsy all have it. The incredible office layout and the fun work interior design. With the explosion of new businesses, office interior design is becoming a more serious considered element of business success. Wondering how to create a great office interior design? Here are our 6 best office interior designer tips to help you, and your employees love the office you’re in regardless if you’re looking for startup design or commercial office design help.
If you want a peaceful space at home in which you can relax and rejuvenate your senses, look no further than the humble bathroom. A home bathroom has the potential to be transformed into a magical haven where you can break away for much-needed pampering and me-time. Water has a calming effect on the mind and can relax tensed muscles, so make the most of this serene source and create a luxury sanctuary for the ultimate relaxation at home. But remodeling your bathroom can be intimidating, not to mention stressful. To help you get started, we’ve put together a checklist for the ultimate luxury bathroom. Here are the 5 must-haves! Want more? Check out our top ways to hygge your home. Hint: #6 is all about bathrooms!
Spring itself may be questioning its existence this year, but we are beyond ready to revel in the beauty that it brings. Some may be experiencing summer already since winter was extended for a while. If so, you can skip straight ahead to some timeless Summer Interior Design Trends. If you want to take advantage of the spring season, though, these tips are for you.
After spring cleaning is done, a change in your home decor feels like the obvious next step. Revive each room by adding bright and blooming elements to help make your home feel ready for the spring season. Some trends will also be around for a while, so why not incorporate them into your summer decor, too? These 5 spring interior design trends are sure to make your home feel blissful and renewed. It’s time to let the sunshine in!
How do you create the ultimate oasis in the heart of the city? With all the hustle and bustle of city life it’s essential to have your little slice of home feel as calming and peaceful as possible to serve as a place to relax and unwind from the daily grind. The problem lies with the age old question, “Where do I begin?” A recent Decorilla client knew she needed that helpful design eye to tie in all her dreams for her new one bedroom apartment. Through online interior design services her dreams came to fruition and she received a stunning rustic chic retreat right in the heart of NYC.
A home’s first impression is found in the exterior. Paint colors, front yard landscaping, and a welcome mat announce design style and great curb appeal.
This week botanical specialist and one of Decorilla’s online landscape designers, MaryAnn Rouseville, shares her top tips and tricks on ways to make the most of your exterior space including landscape design online.
It’s hard to tell where the current walk-in closet design revival had its origin, but we’re willing to wager that Sex in the City’s Carrie Bradshaw had at least a small part to play in the hundreds of aspirational custom closet ideas that pop up on our Pinterest walls. Everyone wants one and homeowners who didn’t have custom-built closets before, want it now. They are looking at every nook and cranny in a different light – reimagining them as awe-inspiring walk-in closets. Suddenly any under-utilized basement or broom cupboard hold endless design possibilities.
Converting these spare spaces into awesome ones can be challenging, however. So, we’ve put together this handy checklist to help you make the most of your home’s new asset.
Arguably one of interior design best home décor secrets, hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) is a Danish concept of creating joy and coziness in life’s everyday moments. Hygge is a state of mind. The state of being present in your environment, and having your home reflect the fact that it’s filled with family, friends, and history. While it may sounds appealing to have your home look like the cover of a magazine, what most people realize is the hygge is missing. The idea behind hygge is for someone to walk into your home and immediately get the “I love to live here” vibe. Furniture designer Morten Georgsen explains it perfectly: “We Danes love the state of mind – hygge – because it’s peaceful, friendly and a fantastic stress reliever. It’s out zen, we breath it, almost live from it. Maybe it’s one of the reasons that the Danes year in, year out are nominated the happiest people in the world.” For even more hygge home décor tips check out our post on Scandinavian interior design.
Your home is the place that reflects your personal style, where you spend a lot of time, and where you should feel comfortable without paying an arm and a leg.
Like anything that matters (buying a house or a car), finding the right interior design service requires some research. The Decorilla Design team is lucky enough to work with top designers from around the country so we’ve compiled this helpful guide to show you how to find an interior designer that matches your style and budget.
As 2018 is flying by, we are keeping a close eye on the latest and most exciting design trends that this year is bringing along! Last year Salone del Mobil gave us some hints about what to expect. The one thing we always want to change or update is our home and this is totally fine since it usually reflects the changes that we want to make to ourselves. So what are you up to? Are you looking forward to make some transformations into your house? Read on to find all the latest 2018 interior design trends.
Living in California can mean living in a wide variety of environments. From the many beach towns along the entire coast, to the dry desert, to historical towns influences by the Spanish, California has a wide range of climates, architectural styles, and cultural influences. We love that modern California home design can include a variety of eclectic touches that all translate to the common Californian theme: cool, casual, and comfortable. Here, we’re exploring some modern home design, with a Californian twist.
A California style house, with modern, eclectic flair, can include a few consistent design elements. Bold touches, like one-of-a-kind patterned rugs, and abstract art, add modern style. An abundance of greenery and natural materials create a bohemian vibe. A palette inspired by the home’s environment, whether it be the ocean or the desert, pulls influences from the local culture and style. Popped against bright white walls, these spaces feel bright, light, and airy.