With every new year comes new resolutions- and let’s face it, your home is probably one of them. There’s always something that needs to be done around the house. We’ve come up with a few simple tricks about how you can spruce up your home for 2018.
Wow. What a year! We’ve been blessed with great clients, non-stop inspiration and so much to look forward to in 2018. But first, some of Team LED’s favorites of 2017.
Some of our favorite design trends of 2017:
Trend alert! Next year we are saying goodbye to the geometric designs and saying hello to flower power on our walls.
Graham & Brown, the wallpaper experts, announced this newest trend just in time to start the celebration of International Wallpaper Week October 2nd – 8th. It is a time to celebrate beautiful wallpaper and dressing up your walls like never before.
Our lovely client came to us looking for space that would welcome both her kids and grandkids in for meals and time together. Her hope was to have a clean, new look that would appeal to everyone, whilst still making it feel cozy for all of them to cook and eat together in.
This year’s Las Vegas Summer Market was full of fantastic moments that made team LED stop and take it all in. We thought it would be fun to share with you our top 10 Market moments of shock and awe, so that you can look out for these stunning pieces in future designs!
For most college freshmen, moving into the dorms this fall will be their first foray into independent living, but that doesn’t mean it comes without rules: no holes in the walls, no paint, no removing furniture, no damage to the room. But don’t despair, there’s plenty of ways to make the room your own, and make it suit your needs.
As designers, we are always looking to get a jump start on applying future trends to our work to keep things fresh and exciting. It’s our job, as designers, to know what trends will stay timeless for our clients and transform their space into a place they can enjoy now and in the future.
Have you caught the decorating bug? It’s always the same story. Once you start planning out a new project, you suddenly start to see elements in other rooms that you’d like to change too. Do you really have the time and ability to decorate more than one room at a time?
Whilst living in Barcelona, I saw mini cacti being sold all over La Rambla, and I quickly developed a love for our prickly friends. They make any space feel so airy and light. There are so many types and colors to play around with, as well as some neat display options. My personal favorites are minimalist wall art pieces, terrariums that either sit on display or even hang from the ceiling, and the unique ceramic pieces that house multiple baby cacti. Much like my two head vases I filled with my own mini cacti garden just the other day!