Natural is beautiful, especially in interior design. For your next project, let nature inspire your creativity. Here are some great ideas for nature-inspired homes that you can try:
Floral prints: Celebrate spring with big and bright floral prints against vibrant backgrounds. Skip the dainty pastels — that’s better left in the past. Boldness is the way to go for a modern look.
Leaf motifs: Aside from floral prints, leaf motifs are fast becoming a popular choice for natural themes. Such prints breathe life to any home, and you can use them on anything from throw pillows to wallpapers.
Rustic pieces: Flawless furniture with perfect surfaces are out, while rustic pieces with their own share of imperfections are in. They not only add character, but also a vintage feel.
Basket weaves: What used to be patio furniture pieces now take center stage in the living room. The woven look fits right in with the natural trend. Anything that emulates the look of caning works fine as well.
For other inspired interior design ideas, visit us at Trilogy Partners where we design smart and build beautiful. To learn more about our services, drop us a line. We’d be happy to hear from you.
Attention future homeowners, now you can potentially set up your home loan at your neighborhood Costco. That’s right, not only will you be able to buy household products in bulk, but you’ll be able to buy a house to go along with it. Talk about the one-stop-shop.
Costco has partnered with 11 lenders to offer their members mortgages. Costco already offers their members life insurance, car insurance and boat loans. According to CNN Money, “Much like LendingTree, the site gathers quotes from various lenders. However, there is one key difference. Under the Costco program, the borrower’s identity is revealed only after they officially select the lender, said John Alexander, business development director at First Choice.”
Would you go to Costco for a home loan? Do you think it is a good idea on their part?
As builders and designers, we like to see what new products are taking the industry by storm. And that is why we kept a watch for some of the latest trends and innovative products for the kitchen and bath at this year’s Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), which took place in Chicago.
With over 300,000+ net square feet of exhibit space, KBIS, the world’s largest international tradeshow event for the kitchen and bath industry, had over 500 exhibitors and close to 20,000 attendees. Take a look at some of our favorite products featured at this year’s show.
Kohler ‘s VibraAcoustic bath, which allows you to listen to your favorite songs while you relax after a stressful day at the office.
We love the texture of this geometric tile by artist Daniel Ogassian for Ann Sacks.
Who wouldn’t want more sink space in their bathroom? With this extra wide bathroom sink from the Voss line by Moen, your kids will be able to share the bathroom sink without fighting.
This Kohler top-mount, self-trimming, apron-front sink, is easy to install over existing countertops.
What were some of your favorite products from KBIS?
The second issue of Trad Home, an online collaboration between Traditional Home magazine and Lonny, hit the proverbial “stands” last week and received rave reviews from the design community. If you haven’t already checked out this online publication than we suggest you click the image below and head on over to see what the fuss is all about (after you finished reading this post of course).
Their latest issue highlights 10 designers and their interpretation on what “Traditional” means to them.
Take a look at some of our favorite designs below.