Interior Design of Bringing Supermodel into Your home Style and decoration
Supermodel is a popular icon that has many adjective meaning. It can be glamour, luxurious, sexy, elegant, stylish, modern, glamour and others. Or it can be associated with the way of dressing, walk, eat, speak and many others. But here, I found an interesting article written by Erika Ward that talks about supermodel in context of home design, specifically in style and decoration. Her topic is “how to turn your home into a supermodel”. She would like to share an amazing model home in Texas decorated by Cristi Holcombe. Texas is a big city with many big things in it. One of the big things is about the home design, especially in style and decorating ideas. hopefully, it can be your reference and inspiration for your own home.
As you tour the house, notice that each room is styled in the latest decor trends. Neutral spaces infused with bold color is big this year. Orange is the dominate color here and makes appearances in the rug, curtains and accessories.
What a wonderful juxtaposition of rustic and refinement. Unfinished wood makes another appearance, this time in the master suite. The nightstand, figurines and mirror introduces a rustic element into the space. The upholstered headboard with nailhead trim and custom pillows add refinement.
Again, we see a repeat of the gray, orange and cream color palette. Repeating the color palette from another room in the house is a great way to create color flow
Do you spot the trend in this photo? If you guess organic elements, you are correct. Unfinished wood, as in the coffee table and the lamp, is in showrooms everywhere now. I love how she’s paired it with a fresh green. Makes it much more modern than rustic.
Take a lesson in details: This room says “custom designed.” From the coordinating drapes and bed skirt to the floral detail on the toss pillows, this guest room rivals any found in a boutique hotel.
Let your imagination run wild when designing kids’ rooms. The headboard was created from pallets Cristi received from other furniture shipments. Proves that a little ingenuity and creativity can save you money!
If you think white walls are boring, punch them up with color. The assortment of handcrafted pillows, upholstered headboard trimmed in purple ribbon, and the purple bed skirt take front and center against a blank white canvas.
What a glorious surprise to see yellow stripes on the ceiling. Painting the ceiling—sometimes called the 5th wall—adds as whole new dimension to the design.
Without seeing the rest of the space, the wall decor indicates this room is a place for movies and entertainment.
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