Interior Inspiration

Hello! So back on the writing train. Now that I'm gaining more of a routine here, it's time to continue working through the important task of making your home more comfortable and designed.

This is by no means the end design, but I'm starting with this moodboard below as a jumping off point, to get me to make some decisions and buy a few key pieces. Overall, Bryan and I are energetic people but also love our down time. We're playful but also for the first time are wanting our space to feel more "grown up" and invest in nice pieces, so I hope the end design will reflect a rich, spontaneous personality, with areas of rest and relaxation.  

Some of the design ideas I'm loving right now: rich reds and true reds paired with deep greens, unexpected uses of dyed fur, funny yet elegant statement modern furniture, rich tones, outdoor as indoor interiors, and luscious layering of textures to add a touch of fanciness.

  Dotted tulle layered  skirt ; red fur rug home  interior ; hotel scene in  Beginners ; 70's era Steve Chase egg shaped  sofa ; Takashi Murakmai and Keiju creature from  Ideat  magazine; fur covered chairs in Paris Rue Henry Monnier SoPi shop; indoor outdoor living room photographed by  Amber Gress ; red leather Chesterfield sofa at the Greenbier Hotel via  Rosie Clayton , Leslie Parks abstract painting found on  Krrb ; overflowing floral display in London shop on Chilteron Street captured by  Kikithedinosaur . 


Dotted tulle layered skirt; red fur rug home interior; hotel scene in Beginners; 70's era Steve Chase egg shaped sofa; Takashi Murakmai and Keiju creature from Ideat magazine; fur covered chairs in Paris Rue Henry Monnier SoPi shop;
indoor outdoor living room photographed by Amber Gress; red leather Chesterfield sofa at the Greenbier Hotel via Rosie Clayton, Leslie Parks abstract painting found on Krrb; overflowing floral display in London shop on Chilteron Street captured by Kikithedinosaur

We'll tackle the most important areas, like sleeping, places for us both to work at home, a place to sit and relax, first, and more on to the more tertiary living areas later. However, here are a few pieces that made it through our cross country moving purge, that work with, and are that start to my collection for this new space in Brooklyn:

 A. Vintage white 80's modern grid task lamp from thrift store. B. Vintage wooden head figurine from flea market. C. Criss-cross white stacking jewelry box from  Container Store . D. Long high pressure laminate PS table in white for desk,  IKEA .

A. Vintage white 80's modern grid task lamp from thrift store. B. Vintage wooden head figurine from flea market.
C. Criss-cross white stacking jewelry box from Container Store. D. Long high pressure laminate PS table in white for
desk, IKEA.

Happy Monday and stay tuned – I'll keep the updates coming as I go.
xxoo, Elyse