It’s the age-old pool table vs. dining room table conundrum: you want a pool table, but there just isn’t room for one. Luckily, the chairs and table at the center of your dining room are outdated, and you’re in the market for a new set.
Mother Nature is getting some serious attention from the design community. Attendees at the third annual SXSW Eco conference were buzzing about the latest innovations influenced by biomimicry – engineering and production modeled after the systems and processes we find in nature to come up with better design solutions.
Kerry Joyce of Kerry Joyce Associates is a master in his field. Along with heading up a bustling interior and architecture firm in LA, Kerry has expanded his business to include product, textile, lighting and wallpaper design too. His collections, like his design work, feel lush - but understated. He favors impeccably made furnishings in neutral camels and milky whites to strongly pigmented colors or poppy style. But even though he doesn't hit you over the head with wacky shapes and colors, Kerry's designs are by no means bland. He's mastered subtle contrast (the pale lilac chair in an all-white room is a fabulous example), and whether it be vintage velvet, supple leather, or a stainless steel kitchen, Kerry's ability to create rooms that look as great as they feel in real life is always apparent.
Kerry Joyce of Kerry Joyce Associates is a master in his field. Along with heading up a bustling interior and architecture firm in LA, Kerry has expanding his business to include product, textile, lighting and wallpaper design too.
It’s nearing Halloween, which means that skeletons and spooky design are on the brain—which might explain why I’m loving the vertebral appeal of the Chamont Chandelier by Jonathan Browning right now.
When your monthly home decor budget has reached its limit (it happens to the best of us), turn to upcycled projects that will light up your room but won't weigh down your wallet. Repurpose old light bulbs that have lost their glow into a collection of delicate glass vases with this cute and fresh tutorial!
Douglas Light is a painter, designer, organic farmer, tastemaker, and bon vivant. With a discerning eye (and a wicked sense of humor), he has reinvented homes and reimagined style while elevating house flipping to an aspirational art form. His sense of design is now attainable to all, thanks to an exciting new shopping model, the innovative re-commerce destination Previously Owned By a Gay Man. In an era that emphasizes a “reduce, reuse, recycle” mentality, we love seeing Douglas’s fresh take on refining the resources we can incorporate into our own homes.