Not your average rockstar home! Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo gave the world a glimpse inside their surprisingly minimalistic ranch style home. They wanted something that was warm and cozy for their family. With the help of Clements Design, they were able to create a simple yet luxurious space for even their young daughters to enjoy. Their furniture is comfortable and low to the ground. With their large collection featuring paintings by Rashid Johnson and Sage Vaughn, it adds hints of vibrancy to their neutral abode. The one-story structure is the perfect balance of beautiful design and comfortability.
A unique fact about this house is that it was once designed by Cliff May. May was a famous architect that popularized the classic ranch style home in California in 1932.
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Back for another home tour, we are exploring airy small home style. There is something about smaller homes that lend to incredible interiors. After following along with Elena Lohse, of ThisHouse5000 @thishouse5000 for possibly years, it’s time I share their sensational home filled with personality.
Today we explore the best banquette seating: 17 top eat-in kitchen designs. We are covering built-in banquette seating: an upholstered bench along a wall and free-standing banquette seating: a bench or sofa without a wall.
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I’m back with dramatic kitchen details to inspire! It seems like I’m always talking about kitchens, they must just be a favorite of mine. I have built up a collection of so many kitchens with impeccable designs that it’s impossible not to share them. Today the focus is on dramatic design details and great kitchen styling.
Designed by Simone McEwan of Nice Projects @nice_projects today’s room of the day is a contemporary victorian living room located in London. The space reflects a fusion of traditional and contemporary elements. The design choices are playful in nature and have a character of their own. The designer worked to incorporate the personality of the homeowner into the space while still staying true to the victorian bones of the home.
I don’t know about you, but I can look at kitchen designs all day. Take a look inside this modern Mediterranean kitchen design. The 1921 San Francisco home was in need of a makeover. Thanks to interior designer, Regan Baker, the kitchen got the upgrade it deserved. The kitchen features brass finishes that gives the kitchen a more luxurious look. Baker originally wanted to design a more vibrant kitchen. However, she found herself attracted to more softer and timeless elements. Leading her to choose the beautiful mint green color for the cabinets. The design process started in 2019 and was completed after 3 months.
Regan Baker’s mission is to transform ordinary homes into spaces that reflect her client’s personality and lifestyle. She is also passionate about highlighting black women’s art in her designs. In this project, she used mixed-media work by Marie Alexander, Tawny Chatmon’s Renaissance-influenced photography, an oil portraiture by Lauren Pearce, and original collage pieces by Christa David. Baker’s kitchen design is breathtaking.
There’s something about the warmer months that makes me crave cozy sunroom design. There just something so romantic about having a tucked-away seating area to host guests when the sunsets. Or having a morning coffee before the sun has warmed up the outdoors yet! Today’s amazing interior is the getaway home of Alex Bates founder of Flint & Kent and Bloomist who also designed the space. Located on Fire Island this space is the perfect hideaway from the hustle and bustle of New York City. Fire Island is on the southern shore of Long Island. Just over a one-hour drive and quick boat ride, this space is easy to get to and incredibly serene. Since everyone arrives by boat there are few cars and everyone bikes or walks around town.
I’m not sure how I haven’t shared this Casamidy San Miguel de Allende house tour yet. Casamidy is an incredible design studio that creates furniture, lighting, and tabletop items that are metal prominent. Back in the spring of 2019 the founders Jorge Almada and Anne-Marie Midy, so kindly invited me and a few of my close girlfriends to stay in their San Miguel de Allende home. We had such a great time staying in their beautiful home and exploring everything San Miguel de Allende has to offer.
Instantly transform any room with today’s design spotlight: chinoiserie wallpaper. Known for its intricate details, chinoiserie wallpaper is made up of a pattern that doesn’t repeat, meaning it is entirely unique. Traditionally the wallpaper features birds and flowers.
Styled by Swedish-based freelance interior design stylist, Linnéa H. Manaberi, this contemporary minimalist bedroom is full of Scandinavian flair. Known for neutral colors and clean lines, this room takes an interesting approach to minimalism that is unexpected. The architecture of this room is muted and minimal with eggshell walls, soft white molding, and weathered light wood floors. With such a blank canvas, the furniture and accessories are really what brings this room to life.
Design studio, Banda has done it again with this West London townhouse. Founded and led by Princess Beatrice’s husband, Edo Mapelli Mozzi, Banda specializes in combining contemporary design with timeless elegance. The London townhouse, named Apartment 6 is on the third floor of a classic Grad-II building. The space combines what was once four separate apartments into one.
These surprisingly inspired pink interiors might just inspire you to rethink the power of pink. These pink interiors are luxurious, seek, and contemporary. The first space is a walk-in closet by Zoe Feldman Design. With rich pink walls, this space is bold yet, elegant at the same time. The built-in closet, rug, and mustard yellow velvet ottoman all work together to ground the space.
The theme for this summer is more is more! Yes, for all of you minimalists out there this will be a hard adjustment. You might not be ready to throw loud wallpaper on your walls. That’s why the COCOCOZY team researched the summer home decor trends for 2021. This summer is all about textured furniture and vibrant patterns. Host the most colorful dinner party or transform your living room into a room that is inspired. We’ve spent a year in lockdown. Why not bring some vibrance back into our lives?
Get ready to explore maximalism and color in a whole new light. Minimalism move over, maximalism is here. Inspired by ABC Home‘s latest design inspiration we are exploring a handful of spaces that are anything but minimal and are infinitely more exciting. The concept of maximalism is rooted in the idea that your home should be a reflection of who you are, which doesn’t always equate to owning more “things”. It means surrounding yourself with colors, furniture, and select items that feel like home. Whether that means you want a bright blue sofa or a bold wall of books, it’s truly up to you.
Today is all about stunning staircase entryways. I was recently going through my inspiration archives and dug up a handful of my favorite staircases. These interiors have everything it takes to be a focal point – drama, impeccable design, and impressive architecture. Each of these four spaces is completely different from one and another and each holds an enviable amount of style. At the end I will share some outfit inspiration to make your staircase debut.
Introducing Apparatus Studio, a modern light company I have been admiring from afar. Known for their bespoke line of light fixtures, they also offer objects and furniture pieces. For the purpose of today’s post, we will just be focusing on their absolutely stunning assortment of lighting. The photo above shows off one of their breathtaking wall sconces. In this interior, they really tie the room together and add the perfect level of style.