When it comes to neutral elements in interior design, we often think of beiges, whites, and grays. However, with the contemporary shift toward oceanic palettes, sea-glass has emerged as the new neutral that complements virtually any color scheme. In this blog post, we'll explore how sea-glass chandeliers can serve as versatile centerpieces that uplift your festive décor—whether it’s for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other special celebration.
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When it comes to crafting a luxurious interior, every detail counts—from the lavishness of the fabrics to the sheen of the finishes. But what if you could elevate your space from extraordinary to positively celestial? The key may lie in an unexpected place: gemstones in lighting design.
Forget diamonds on necklaces; think sapphires, emeralds, and quartz adorning your chandeliers and lampstands. This blog post shines a light (literally) on how incorporating gemstones into your lighting fixtures can create not just a room, but an experience.
Understand the Purpose of the Room:
Before diving into furniture placement, it's essential to understand the purpose of the room. Is it a living room for entertaining guests, a home office for productivity, or a cozy reading nook? Defining the room's purpose will guide your furniture choices and layout decisions.
Creating Calm and Peaceful Spaces: The Power of Interior Design and General Tips for Finding Inner Peace at Home
Whether you're decorating your entire home or simply adding a few coastal accents, incorporating these elements into your space will help you create the serene and calming atmosphere you desire. With a touch of light and airy colors, textured fabrics, natural materials, and a beautiful sea glass chandelier, your home will become a peaceful oasis that you can enjoy every day.
GREEN WITH ENVY
Explosive throughout showrooms, green was a prevalent color in upholstery, artwork, case goods, and even rugs. Dramatic accents in case goods, such as the Houston Cabinet by Chelsea House, with its apple green raffia interior, generated a worthy buzz. Chaddock took a bold stance by introducing a rich emerald cut velvet with a dimensional, naturally-inspired graphic on their sophisticated Chase Chair. Nourison blended an exciting mixture of green, cream, and blue tones to create a watercolor effect in their new Prismatic Seafoam Rug. Christopher Kennedy’s ”Grove” abstract artwork with Wendover Art was another showstopper. It’s clear that green is here to stay as manufacturers find unique applications for this lively color.