Archive of ‘Get the Look’ category
Some rooms just have that WOW factor, the perfect combo of cozy, chic and that ‘X’ factor that’s hard to put your finger on. This living room belongs to photographer Sarah Yates from A House in The Hills which she and her husband created with the intention of it being their ‘forever’ home, but later decided to rent it out after moving back to San Diego.
Its evident a lot of love has gone into creating this amazing space, so we thought we’d break down the elements that make it so ‘pin-able’.
Great rooms start with dressing the floor, rugs add texture and warmth while pulling everything together. We’ve seen this particular rug pop up in many amazing homes, but have yet found out where to track one down in NZ or Australia.
The beautiful leather lounge suite has a gorgeous golden glow and compliments the cane hanging chair. The metallic elements of the side table and mirror add light to the room, while the white leather Moroccan pouf ties in with the round of the mirror. Pops of colour have been introduced by way of the textured batik cushions and are the perfect balance of colour without being over-powering.
You’ll all know how we’re big fans of the hanging chair, having recently purchased our own, but this retro cane version takes the cake, it is that special X factor in this room. We love the rawness of the cane paired with the texture of the sheepskin and the chunky rope.
We love taking a peek inside the homes of fashionista’s – we love to see how they transfer their personal style to their homes. The home of Jen Coleman of Ascot & Hart is no exception, her fab boho style translates into a home full of texture and vintage treasures, while being perfectly on trend.
We’ve been following Jen on instagram for a while so were delighted to see her home featured by the Glitter Guide – one of our ‘Must Follow’ blogs. These are some of our favourite shots from the feature.
Pops of fun colour like the painted mantle add a element of fun
All images via the Glitter Guide
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next