Banana Republic has just released its new home collection. You read that right. Banana Republic is now selling beautiful and luxurious home decor, rugs, and so much more. Their new home collection is an extension of their utilitarian and timeless aesthetic. It includes everything from velvety throw pillows to premium bedding sets, which will serve to improve everyone’s home. So, take a seat, unwind, and prepare to be inspired by Banana Republic’s new home collection. The COCOCOZY team handpicked our favorite items that you need to add to your home for spring and summer.
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There’s nothing quite like snuggling up with a cozy throw blanket on a cold winter day. Not only do blankets and throw pillows add an extra layer of comfort to your home, but they can also be a stylish way to refresh your decor in 2023. Throw pillows and blankets can be easily moved around and rearranged, making them a versatile decor option. Here are a few tips for using throw pillows and blankets to add a touch of warmth and coziness to your home. And we’re including 24 cozy throw blankets and pillows to shop.
The art of maximalism can be challenging to master. There is a thin line between a space feeling inspired or overwhelming. These office spaces are filled with saturated colors and fun patterns but do so in a tasteful and refined way. The interior above was designed by G.P. Schafer, a New York-based architectural firm founded in 2002 by Gil Schafer. The office space is actually Gil’s personal office within G.P. Schafer’s New York office. The design is inspired by Gil’s interests and years of collecting both furniture and art.
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The smell of pumpkin spice is in the air and you’re cozied up on your couch in a new chunky sweater. Fall is here. This season is all about colorful leaves and warm tones. There is honestly no better feeling. After the warm months of summer, it’s time to redecorate your living room for the fall and winter seasons. Hideaway your summer throw pillows and add stylish cozy textures.
To get you in the autumn mood, I have curated some shopping boards to help get you inspired to decorate your own home.
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.
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.
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.
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.