Sustainability begins at home. From finishes to furniture, selecting eco friendly products and practices can enhance the design of your home as well as leave a positive environmental impact; truly a win-win situation!
The Decorilla interior design team loves to design with sustainability in mind and our clients often want to know our tips and tricks as well. Below are our top sustainable interior designer tips to help get you started.
With the winter chill in full-effect, there’s nothing more cozy than a warm fire. Decorating the mantle can be a great way to elevate the fireplace as a focal element in a space. The holiday decorations have been put away and now is a great time to spruce up decor. If you have a modern decorating style in your home, you’ll want the decor to reflect the clean, bold aesthetic. Read on to see our round-up of fresh and inspiring ideas for the 3 most beautiful ways to decorate a modern fireplace mantel.
As the days grow shorter, our time spent indoors grows longer and winter is the perfect time to focus on our interiors. We’ve asked some of our top interior designers which winter trends they are keeping their eyes on this year and they’ve been crushing on deeper tones, cozy & comfy textures, and striking metals to name a few. Read below to find out more of our favorite winter interior design trends from Decorilla’s top designers.
Winter is the coziest of seasons. Warm fires, a dimly lit Christmas tree, and candlelight provide ambiance in the home during long winter nights. We fend off the cold with knit blankets and deck our homes with seasonal decor. However, for those of us who just love natural decor and ocean blues, sometimes transitioning home decor to the holiday season can be a challenge. Here we feature some creative ways to add warm and cozy coastal winter decor to your design. For beachy decor inspiration all year round, check out our post on 3 Decorilla designers who have nailed Beach Decor.
With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are starting to prepare our home for entertaining and pull out our Christmas decorations. While most of us are familiar with the traditional Christmas tree decor, not all of us have traditional homes or styles. Below, we highlighted some of our favorite inspiring non-traditional ways to decorate the tree, that suit your personal decor style! Be sure to also take advantage of Decorilla’s tips for decorating your Christmas tree!
Dreaming of getting away? Research shows that by simply being in a natural environment you can notice stress relief, mental clarity, and an overall improvement in your well being. It’s time to bring the outdoors in and relax all year round. Already have natural decor in your home? Check out how to bring in color and texture with this stunning loft transformation for a personalized vibe.
A full-blown obsession across the country, Joanna Gaines modern farmhouse style is quickly becoming one of the most popular looks that dwellers and interior designers aspire to.
The Decorilla Design team is lucky enough to work with top rustic style interior designers from around the country, but we also love to discover the ones to watch! Interior designer sensation, Joanna Gaines is certainly a favorite. Her ability to achieve a timeless feel to all spaces by highlighting their beautiful details and adding unique vintage pieces she finds is truly amazing. Her use of texture, wood, plants and rugs consistently appeals.
Wanting your home to look like Joanna’s renovated houses? Here’s our list of the top 7 interior designers with style like Joanna Gaines to inspire you and help you decorate your dream modern farmhouse.
A new season is approaching and calling for the freshest winter interior design trends. Some bold, some subtle, this list of Decorilla designers’ top decor tips offer the special pizazz needed for this festive time of year.
Scandinavian style and hygge decor have swept the world over with a distinct look hailed in our favorite design magazines and blogs. With a focus on simplicity, minimalism, and functionality, this design movement which emerged in the 1950s has added an appreciation for craftsmanship and understated elegance in homes. Here’s a quick guide with our top tips for creating Scandinavian interior design in your own home. By the end of this post, you’ll know exactly how to infuse a space with the clever functionality and pleasing aesthetics of Scandinavian interiors!
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With a family background in architecture and design, Decorilla online interior designer Amelia Rozas chose to follow in her mom and dad’s footsteps and get her Master’s Degree in Architecture from Florida International University. Amelia believes that continuing education is very important to stay up to date on all the latest and greatest design trends as well as international design. She also completed her thesis at Universita degli Genova in Genova, Italy. Throughout her years in the design field she has become an expert in the areas of re-design, home staging, green design and Feng-Shui. Amelia’s creativity shines through in every project with bold, intricate design details sure to intrigue any onlooker.