Take chances! It’s so easy to be conservative in design, and so principled in repeating what works – and for most people, in most cases, that’s the way you want your home to feel! But for those who take changes, the reward can be so gratifying. Take this phenomenally unique credenza from @cattelanitalia - it’s stunning and looks even better adorned with a parrot candelabra.
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Hoppas ni fått en fin start på veckan 🖤 Här blir det en fullspäckat vecka med massa skojigheter, då vår yngsta flicka fyller 6 år 😍 Kommer bli suveränt detta! Ha en riktigt fin måndagskväll alla nya som gamla följare 😘
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An important and unusual Irish George II pier glass retaining it's original gilding. The swan neck top mounted with carved rosettes and trailing acanthus, outside a central basket of flowers above swooping birds. The later rectangular bevelled plate supported by carved drapes, tassels and serpents, above an apron with a central Chinese mask encased with flowing acanthus leaves.
Irish, circa 1740
Height: 54.5in (138cm)
Width: 30in (76cm)
We have been busy designing the bachelor pad of an expat in Berlin! Taking into account some existing pieces, we incorporated monochromes and a clean sophisticated approach to get this executive look! A gentleman's den indeed 👞
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Colour psychology is importnant at home because the colours we live with affect our moods and behaviour. Green boosts moods of safety, harmony and ambition. It is a really positive colour to live in! A quick addition of green accents to the decor in the form of throws, pillows, blankets or potted plants can refresh moods!
Love this simple and elegant farmhouse setup with green accents. #colourpsychology#colourtherapy .