Design inspiration: interior doors — ASHLINA KAPOSTA
I remember fondly my time in Paris. I was so inspired by each and every door I passed. Each one was so unique with intricate moldings, bold colors and exquisite hardware. Ever since then I have always paid attention to the details of doors in a home. I have also come to believe that doors require proper attention and style. When a door in a home is bare, its lifeless. Adding some attention and style to a door can do so much for your home. I've put together a collection of 8 door styles...
Paris In Stockholm - Honestly WTF
Take a close look at this home. Pay close attention to the details and you'll realize it's the little subtleties that make this home, belonging to Swedish interior and furniture designer Amelia Widel, so incredibly special. The mix of greyish blue walls, the layered art (who knew the back of a
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Without the corny af surfboard. Pale pink couch, teal accents and one accent wall with wallpaper. Lots of low-light plants. Poufs/ottomans. Brass/copper accents. This palette would coordinate well with the rest of the rooms without being too stark of a contrast and still have a Key West/Golden Girls vibe
A Barcelona Apartment Gets a Softly Modern Renovation
To make the space feel brighter, all of the walls—even bricks—are painted white, which contrasts with the raw brick ceiling and original brown tile floors. The Recast Plus sofa bed, with a pink hue that echoes the brick ceiling, is from Innovation Living. The blown-glass Gordiola pendants are a design the resident saw in a Mallorca hotel that Bloomint designed.