Today’s interior inspiration is this elegant 19th-century-inspired Sydney home. The space features luxurious Calacatta Viola marble and French decor. The home office is a unique design that channels 19th-century finishes with modern furniture. Interior designer, Tamsin Johnson, transformed this Sydney home into a European dream. Her clients wanted an incredibly designed home that was functional with European flare.
The study above features a Spanish table and vintage French stainless-steel and boucle-upholstered chair. Johnson decided to paint the radiator blue to contrast with the cream-colored walls. She kept the decor minimal with modern elements like the table lamp.
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There’s no better feeling than waking up in a dreamy muted bedroom. The soft color palette is soothing, making it easy to unwind after a long day. This primary bedroom is a must-see space for anyone who needs bedroom decorating ideas. Interior designer, Hanne Gathe, redesigned this Oslo apartment to transform it into her permanent residence. After years of living in London and Australia, she wanted her apartment to be her forever home. It was important that every detail had a purpose.
The muted bedroom features custom fabrics and furniture. Gathe’s style is minimalistic with European inspiration. The design is truly unique but has Gathe’s magic touch.
After taking a few days to settle down back at home in Los Angeles, I decided it was time to share photos from my trip to New York. The first stop was at my friends, Anne and John’s apartment. We planned to take the jitney to the Hamptons together. While I was at the apartment I couldn’t help but take a few photos of her beautiful lavender library. It’s about 95% done, but it’s too good not to share.
Scandinavian style interiors have been trending all year long. This kitchen is meant to be seen. Interior design firm, Kitchens By Paul, channeled art deco mixed with Scandinavian luxury to create the perfect kitchen. The space features pocket doors, Breccia Vagli marble, and brass accents.
The custom arch on the back wall is every kitchen enthusiast’s dream. The black and grey veining in the marble adds just enough contrast. The cabinet panelings add elegance to the room. It’s not your average white kitchen. See more details below.
Bianca here! Marketing Assistant at Cococozy and a massive fan of New York’s skyline. New York City is known for its impeccable views, which are best when at the top of a penthouse. The Swiss-built Jenga Tower in Tribeca is no exception. Described as “houses stacked in the sky”, the views from this penthouse are absolutely breathtaking.
Parisian designer Emma Donnersberg designed this space to help create a space for a young family in 2018. Most of the walls are glass, so the designer had to think outside the box when it came to “hanging up” art. The skyline is art itself, Emma decided to use the furniture as a way to bring life and home into the modern glass box. With feminine and fluid lines within the furniture, it was a welcoming contrast to Manhattan’s typical modern straight lines. Let’s take a further look at this modernist New York city penthouse below.
I found this swoon-worthy bathroom design over the weekend on an Instagram deep dive. Every few weeks I scroll through the app looking for inspiration. Designers are constantly sharing their latest projects. It’s almost impossible to keep up. Today’s interior inspiration is this dreamy bathroom that features muted tones and mixed materials. Interior designer, Zoë Feldman, designed this bathroom for her clients.
The photo above is a view of the bathroom. The shower door sits in an archway. The marble matches the floor and the marble on the vanity. It creates a cohesive design. See more details below.
When you think of a Parisian Apartment what comes to mind? Elegance with lots of white and neutral tones. High ceilings and exquisite carved moldings. All ring true and this specific apartment is just that but with a colorful twist. Jewelry Designer Aurélie Bidermann has taken her love of art history, and incorporated it into her 18th-century Parisian apartment.
Get inspired by this vibrant Parisian apartment when redecorating this fall. Add pops of you favorite color on top of the classic neutral and earth tones that autumn brings.
Palm Beach is known for its luxurious waterfront homes, fabulous shopping, and popular restaurants. It’s a summer getaway for celebrities and other notable figures. This 5000-square foot Mediterranean-style pad sits lakeside. However, it’s not your average lakeside home. This waterfront oasis is owned by Tommy and Dee Hilfiger. They fell in love with this home after seeing the views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Lake Worth Lagoon. The couple renovated the space to create a vibrant family vacation spot. Take a look inside this lakeside home with a Tommy Hilfiger twist.
Checkerboard floors are trending in interior design again. But did they ever go out of style? Designers are incorporating the classic pattern into kitchens, bathrooms, foyers, and mud rooms. There are so many ways to add a pattern to your home. The classic pattern takes the basic room from boring to beautiful. Checkered floors elevate a space by adding dimension. Different tones and color combinations will have different impacts. Muted tiles will create a soft and charming design. While bold colors will add playfulness and whimsical textures. See some of the COCOCOZY team’s favorite rooms that have checkerboard floors below.
Today’s interior inspiration is a modern Stockholm apartment. It features blue hues and elegant designs. The apartment was designed by Studio Lawahl. The founders, David Walgren and Joanna Laven created an apartment that mixes modern concepts with antique decor. The apartment design was influenced by both Swedish and broadly European styles. Their goal was to blend elegant designs into a functional and livable space.
The kitchen is the standout room in the apartment. It’s a combination of luxurious materials. The original kitchen was closed off and very small. The design firm decided to expand the layout to make it a more sociable place to hang out in the apartment.
I’m Jordyn, Colette’s social media manager for both COCOCOZY and Chirpyest. Today, I’m taking over the COCOCOZY blog. One thing to know about me is that I’m always researching trends in home, fashion, and lifestyle industries. When I see something I love on social media, I always feel the need to research more about that item. Why is it trending?Who started the trend? Is the trend worth it?
I was inspired by this minimalistic and sustainable breakfast nook. Minimalistic interiors are more popular than ever. Designers are removing clutter, utilizing monochromatic color palettes, and exposing natural woods. In 2022, less is more when it comes to interior design. Learn how to get the minimalist style in your home.
Our lives can be stressful, but that doesn’t mean our homes have to be too. Take a look inside this Los Angeles home that is full of earthy interiors. The home features muted tones, natural materials, and rich textures. Interior designer, M. Elle Design, created a relaxed sanctuary for her clients. If you look closely, you’ll notice that most of the walls are bare. She wanted her client’s art pieces to be the stars of each room. It gives the home a gallery-like feel to it. Tour a few of the COCOCOZY team’s favorite rooms.
The room above is a beautiful sunroom. It’s a combination of neutral and warm tones that will help brighten your mornings. The design team added a playful twist by adding a rose gold Oscar Pendant from RW Guild.
Step inside this dreamy primary bathroom in Los Angeles, California. It’s a Parisian-inspired sanctuary that complements the Hollywood Regency-style home. DISC Interiors took on this project to give the space a much-needed facelift. It’s located in the historic neighborhood of Hancock Park. The 100-year-old neighborhood was the home of old Hollywood icons including Nat King Cole, Ava Gardner, and Clarke Cable. People gravitate toward this neighborhood due to the historic architecture and to relive 1920s Los Angeles.
The star of the bathroom is the shower. It has rounded edges for a sleek and modern design. DISC wanted the bathroom to mirror Paris Hotels. The marble detail gives the bathroom a glamourous finish that is suited for a dreamy primary bathroom in Los Angeles.
The ideal lakeside home is full of natural light, ample space for entertaining, and original charm. This Dallas home has all of that and more. Interior designer, Chad Dorsey, renovated this 6,500-square-foot lakeside paradise for his clients. The stand-out room is the galley kitchen which features wall-to-ceiling windows that flood the room.
The original kitchen was small and not very functional for Dorsey’s clients. Dorsey removed the walls and other enclosed spaces to expand the kitchen into a lavish hangout spot that flows right into the breakfast area. The goal of the renovation was to integrate modern design without minimizing the original charm of the lakeside home.
Since it’s almost summer, I figured it was a good idea to share some summery interior inspiration. Dive into this beautiful primary bedroom. It’s designed by Los Angeles designer, Justina Blakeney. She is known for her vibrant artwork and color palettes. Justina is also the founder of the home décor brand, Jungalow®. Take a look at her beautiful blue limewashed primary bedroom that looks like an ocean dream. It features vintage decor and Mediterranean details.
Today’s interior inspiration is all about the perfect summer home. I discovered it last week while waiting at the airport. You all know I love doors. It’s one of my weaknesses in architectural design. And this door is blue! So I had to take a look inside this home. I’m happy I did!
The Florida residence was designed by Jake Arnold. He helped design this home for a Palm Beach hotel developer. The exterior features stucco-clad and a stepped roof. The owner wanted it to mimic Bermudian architecture. I would never want to leave this gorgeous pad. See more rooms below.