The holidays can often mean a standard style of decorating...... A tree in the corner, fluffy wreath on the door, and stockings hung from the mantle. Not to say this style of holiday decorating is boring, but why not kick things up a notch by adding fun designer touches in, whether its with color, texture, or both. One of my favorite pieces of holiday decor is a white feather wreath I created years ago that says holiday but in a very quiet voice. Take a look at some inspiring photos below, and if getting crafty isn't for you, contact the experts at Revive Design!
Posted by Revive Design on Thursday, November 11, 2010
Painting with color can be intimidating, even for professionals. It is hard to tell how a room will turn out until all the paint is on the wall, and even then, sometimes it can take a day or so to really see true color. Practice makes perfect with the world of color, and today I'm passionate about blue! So today think BOLD and see if blue is the color for your home, and if you not sure, call a pro like me!
|Blue is a great bedroom color because it is a relaxing and tranquil!|
|Wow, this is teal and it's fabulous!!|
|Thanks to West Elms catalog, you can now see their line of rich Benjamin Moore paints|
|This butlers pantry is featured in this months Elle Decor, but I can certainly see an entire kitchen in this incredible color!|
|This deep, rich color is perfect for a room with good light, maybe even used as an accent color!|
Sofa........The heart of the living/family room..........A place of peace and comfort.....And now a reflection of the past in a modern home
Posted by Revive Design on Thursday, October 28, 2010
For the past few years, I've been a big fan of Zara, a Spanish based store that sells clothing similar in design to top brands, but priced extremely well! I love the unique clothing I can find in there without paying a high price, and there stuff lasts. What I didn't know until recently, is that Zara also has a home collection which also has incredible products, only problem is that they don't yet sell to the US...... you've got to be kidding me! I don't understand, and so I ask you Zara Home, please sell your amazing products here in the USA too!!