POUFS: Useful for indoor and outdoor decoration!

In the summer or all year long, you can use poufs as seats in your living room or bedroom; it will bring a modern touch to your interior!

This accent furniture is a loyal friend; not only does it fit everywhere, it also has the best comfort. Between the armchair and the seat, the pouf is the compromise to get a perfect, adequate and relaxing position!

More than a pretty name, poufs are making headlines in the world of design and with plenty of good reason. For example, poufs are wonderfully versatile and easy to implement at home.

Used singly or in combination, poufs are stylish; a fun way to add pattern and texture to a room. Since they’re soft and portable, you don’t have to worry about moving them around and scratching the floor.

4 tips to integrate poufs to your indoor space:

–          In front of a sofa or accent chairs: to keep your foot elevated while watching TV.

–          At the bed’s foot: perfect to dress up the room and enhance your cocoon’s décor.

–          In the home office: Keeping a pouf near your desk is making work and reading materials easier to access.

–          In the nursery: to elevate your feet while you’re relaxing in a chair and cradling the baby.

Now, would you like to bring a touch of freshness to your outdoor space? What would you say about integrating some comfortable poufs which would be the perfect decoration?

The main strong point of a pouf is the convenience, in other words it can be easily carried indoor or outdoor of your home. As soon as good weather’s arrival, you can take advantage of your poufs to sit comfortably and relax in the shade on your patio with a small fruit cocktail in your hand, while tanning at the water’s edge.

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Green, Green & More Green

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From the runway straight to your home, green is making an entrance into 2017 and becoming one of the most prevalent colors yet. With endless tones and styles to choose from, green can easily be paired with any style preference. Unlike fashion, the world of home décor may hold onto a trend for quite some time, so no need to worry about green being pulled out from the home anytime soon. When green is incorporated into your furniture, it adds a touch of sophistication to your space, as it seems to restore new energy. Let’s take a look at how Pantone’s color of the year has made its way into your home.

Green seating:

The urban design of Ashley’s “Gavelston” dining chair features beautiful textured green upholstery that will surely make a statement in your dining room! Along with the espresso wood finish, this dining chair embodies the beauty found in natural aesthetics. Without having to look after plants, bring the same effect of freshness and rejuvenation into your space.

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Green Rugs:

Sink your feet into a gorgeous “Caci” green shag pile rug that will have you feeling comfortable and delighted. The choice of color, along with the style of the rug is enough to make quite the statement! If you’re really feeling wild, then you may want to sport the crisp lime and cream “Kerry” area rugin a beautiful Moroccan trellis design. Without a shadow of a doubt, this rug rolls out refreshment and hits bullseye when it comes to being on trend.

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Green Table Lamps:

Brighten up your room with the organic-inspired style of the “Sheaon” table lamp. The understated chic ceramic lamp features a rich green and a subtle-shaped base, topped with a textural linen-colored shade to capture the essence of elegance. There’s no denying that it’s timeless!

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Including green into your home is definitely a wise choice! What are your thoughts on this color trend?

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Quiz: Which Style Best Suits Your Home?

QUESTIONS:

  1. Which adjectives best describe you?

O  Spontaneous, uncomplicated, relaxed

△  Fundamentalist, subtle, structured

▢ Distinguished, outworn, prestigious


2. Which mood best describes your home?

▢ Calm and collected

O  Tranquil and escaping

△  Creative and dynamic

  1. Which loveseat would you prefer for your home?

  1. How would you describe your favorite style?

△  Smart and sophisticated

▢  Vintage and rococo

O   Casual and sporty

  1. What is the color scheme you’re most attracted to?

△  Dark brown, taupe and creamy

O  Soft blue, green or pink and white

▢ Burgundy, navy, forest green and rust

  1. When decorating your home, do you consider interior trends?

△ Yes, I notice the latest trends and try to add them into my interior design

O  I know the basic dos and don’ts but trends don’t always influence my home style

▢ Not at all, I am passionate about history

  1. How would you spend your next vacation?

  1. If you have to choose a set of accessoriesfor your home, which one would you pick?

△  Picture frame and a rug

O  Candle holders and a pouf

▢ Vase and a decorative bowl

RESULTS

You have lots of △

Your taste for trendy modern arts, abstract and urban style make you fall into the Contemporary home Style. Your house looks sophisticated with a nice combination of contemporary furniture!

You have lots of  O

Your passion for simple things, laid-back attitude and relaxed life make you fall into the Casual home Style! Your house is comfy and calm with casual furniture!

You have lots of  ▢

Your eagerness for majestic, vintage and rich ancient artwork makes you fall into the Old World home Style! Your house has a victorious and prestigious look, with a nice combination of old world furniture!

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Bedroom Furniture: Make your bedroom your sanctuary

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As a whole, most of us tend to focus our decorative ideas on things like living rooms, dens, basements, dining rooms, etc. While these are all important, and should reflect your personality and style, it’s easy to ignore the bedroom. We don’t often consider our bedrooms to be much more than a place to sleep, lounge, etc. But those two actions alone should make you want to turn your bedroom into the ultimate escape of relaxation and comfort. Thankfully, something as simple as your bedroom furniture can do just that.

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Start out by listing off a few things that first come to your mind when you think about a personal sanctuary. This will be different for everyone – after all, your bedroom should be a reflection of you, not someone else. Start with the wall color, the decor, and then move onto bigger items like the beddressers, side tables, etc.

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The focal point of every bedroom is, of course, the bed. It’s okay to make your bed an investment, and make it absolutely abundant. If it’s going to be the main focus of the room, it should be something luxurious.

Your furniture is truly the foundation of your bedroom. Once you have the details in place for the overall theme, and you have the bed you want, your furniture should accent it. Again, bedroom furniture should be an investment. With so many options, grains, woods, and colors to choose from, it’s an investment that can be incredibly personal. The bottom line? Don’t be afraid to ‘go big’ when it comes to your bedroom. You may spend most of your time just lounging around there, but making it feel like a special occasion each time you get into bed can make a world of difference, and add a lot of value to that room of your home.

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Traditional Home Decor

Traditional Home Design:

Traditional furniture & home décor has thrived for so long and with reason! Although the traditional style is stale and outdated, a look that reflects the past preserves a sense of familiarity and comfort. Traditional deemed rooms emphasize formal arrangements which encourage conversation, with curvy furniture that avoids sharp angles and neutral colors that do not make a large statement. Instead, beauty is found in the finishing touches, such as molding and trims. If a piece is not timeless, then it is not graceful enough to fit in this type of décor! Here is a traditional home décor video to help you get started.

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Organic Materials

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Nowadays the term organic has also made its way into interior design. So what exactly is meant by this so-called emerging design trend? Basically, anything made from natural materials can be considered “organic”. However, the trend goes beyond just using natural materials – entails a specific green lifestyle & design choice. In other words, there is more to the furniture, fabric & flooring in this type of home than just looking “natural”. They must be chemical-free. Some popular organic materials include hemp, reclaimed wood, sisal, natural stones and recycled glass. Let’s take a look at the top picks for your home;
Rugs:

 

Check out this braided beauty! The Dismuke rug is a handwoven jute and cotton rug. This weave features a tapestry of earth tones that is reminiscent of nature itself. The fact that it is handmade has a lesser impact on the environment, rather than if it was manufactured. Also, another benefit of using a natural rug is that you’ll avoid breathing the chemical particles that form when a synthetic rug is exposed to the sun.
Poufs:
The versatile pouf has been a favorite for quite some time. Round out your space with the casually hip Dilip pouf. This piece features a cable knit cover crafted of natural jute. Its feel-good texture makes it a versatile spare seat, ottoman or end table; the perfect all-in-one eye candy.
 
Wall Art:
Paint a picture of easy relaxation in your space with the Odus wallart. The weathered plank-style layout features natural and black undertones, making it a very cool understatement. This charming piece will surely deck your walls with knockout style!
Now that you have the facts about natural materials not only being a highly sought after trend, but also beneficial to your health, will you opt for this green lifestyle?
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Raw White

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Raw White:

Believe it or not, the all-white aesthetic has made the one of the top trends in 2017. It has become difficult to escape all-white homes and décor. Whether you love it or hate it, the effects of this trend are astounding which has caused quite the controversy. Long before the contemporary trend came up with its take on raw white, beautiful Greek, Moroccan and Scandinavian interiors utilized white walls for its sense of minimalism, and contrasted with colorful textiles and artwork. Now, raw white does not only reflect wall color, but a chalky or bone white quality seen in homeaccents. The organic and raw feel of these accents are great for balancing out a really vibrant space.

Vases:

A home accent that does raw white justice is definitely a beautiful white vase. The Kaemon vase has naturally flowing swirls that have a wonderful organic feel. You can also opt for a vase that says “minimal fuss” and gives maximum impact with a clean and simple shape. The Daemyn vase can wow on its own, with its simple cylindrical shape.

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Picture Frames:

Picture frames are not only a way to treasure memories via a quality framework, but it’s also a means to add style and substances to the picture. The Baback frame features a beautiful organic white with ribbed detailing that brings out quite the snappy texture. Another elegant frame is the Kaelem, as its glazed ceramic surface is buzzing with a clean vibe that is worthy of the raw white principle.

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White organic throws:

Finally, another accent to complete the raw white look in your home is a delightful throw that is reminiscent of a ribbed sweater knit. The Clarence throw has a chic and classic appeal features a thick fringe that is full of texture.

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The all-white trend will remain beloved for years to come, as it has already been around for quite some time. What do you think about this trend?

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Textures

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Textures:

Weave some texture into your home this year. The idea of incorporating more texture stems from the intent that mixing fabrics and materials will cause your space to be more inviting. Texture is definitely on the rise. Designers are emphasizing the importance because texture is making an appearance in various forms, from metals, to fabrics and wallpapers. Test this trend by throwing a mix of fabrics used for your decorative pillows, or highlight the contrast of a leather chair by draping a wool throw. Let’s take a look at how texture can make its way into your home.

Light fixtures:

Contrary to popular belief, texture does not only apply to fabrics. Texture can also apply to beautiful warm metals like copper, brass and rose gold. Another sought after metal is the very popular industrial black or burnished tones. That being said, the color and appearance of metals can also add texture to a space. This can be achieved with a stylish lightfixture! It is just another way to show off your design sensibility.

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Throws:

Who doesn’t love to nestle below a comfortable throw? Whether it’s light organic cotton, a richly textured woven acrylic, or ever so soft plush polyester, make your home more alluring with the right throw that appeals to your senses. Throws come in a variety of colors, textures and weaves. Depending on the look you are trying to achieve, the style may differ but the result is the same – your home will be more inviting.

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Seating:

Last but not least, seating can also vary in texture. Whether it is diningroom seating or living roomseating, textures differ in terms of upholstery and leather. There are endless combinations, therefore choosing the right texture should be geared toward your personal style and way of life.

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Since texture is appearing in almost any form, it is clear that it has become very significant in the home. Make sure to include it in your home décor choices!

 

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Cerused Wood

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Cerused Wood

Cerused wood is a decorative technique by which the wood grain is filled with a white nontoxic wax to create a contrast against the stain. This contrast evokes the Elizabethan look, but without the worry of white lead poisoning! This effect has been used by many designers to enhance kitchen cabinetry or furniture. It creates an incredible depth and a rustic elegance. Be ready to see cerused wood make an impact on 2017! Let’s take a look at some pieces that have that lime or whitewash finish and will surely add character to your home.

Officefurniture:

The“Tanshire” officedesk, made of select veneers and hardwTood solids features a vintage casual look with its light gray and brown finish. Although the contrast is not white, the wood grain is just as exposed in this piece. The beautiful cast hardware and the turned legs add a certain character and elegance to this piece. It’s the perfect addition to an office to create a refined look.

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The“Velder” cocktailand end tables feature muted tones which maximize impact on the washed out finish. The open slat shelf below is fresh, functional and provides extra space for storage needs. All in all, these tables will act as statement pieces in your living room, despite their muted colors. The exposed wood grain will speak for itself.

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Diningroom:

The“Mestler” diningtable will surely enhance any dining room! Its beautiful whitewash finish is typical of a vintage casual style, as it is often associated to an aged look. If you’re looking for a piece to add character to your dining room, this is the one!

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What makes this limed oak finish so appealing? A cerused wood finish highlights the contrast between the wood grain and remainder of the surface, creating quite the trendy look! This technique which was once used in the 1500’s by the French has reemerged and become one of the most desired home décor trends to hit 2017. What do you think?

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Boho-Chic Home Décor

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Boho-Chic Home Décor

Yet another very popular trend in 2017 is the laid back bohemian style, which will give your home a very distinct sense of style. You can expect to see mismatched patterns, mixed colors and a blend of vintage with contemporary. Just like the fashion sense, a boho-chic home is one that reflects a free spirited inhabitant. Despite being mismatched, the bohemian style should not be confused with a messy clutter! On the contrary! In fact, the mismatching is done in a selective and intelligent way, which all in all makes the space look very cohesive. Let’s take a look at how you can add a touch of boho-chic in your home!

Rugs:

Perhaps one of the most staple pieces in a bohemian home is the rug. Correction…rugs. Bohemian décor is known to layer rugs in various mismatched patterns and colors. Rather than looking like a hot mess and as if you’ve thrown anything together, it will come off as an eclectic mix. Bring life to your space with anything from Lacy’s Moroccan tile to Posey’s Kilim patchwork in beautiful earthy and muted shades.

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Mismatched dining:

Forget your typical dining room set! Another typical bohemian trend is the mismatched dining set. This implies a mix of different seating in a variety of shades and shapes. You can even throw in some color! It is literally the opposite of a traditional dining room, but best for a home that strays away from that status.

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Decorative pillows:

Kick back on your sofa nestled against your beautiful boho style decorative pillows. Whether it features rich earth and jewel tones, a patchwork pattern, boho pillows will surely invigorate your space with their flair.

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Now that you have all the tools you need to put your bohemian home décor together, start throwing those pieces together! Let your new free spirited home not just impact your sense of style, but your way of life.

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