Tenfold New York seeks to bridge the definitions of a house and a home: a place of both function and beauty, revelation and intimacy, ritual and amenity. Among the collection’s most versatile pieces is this lidded box, ideal for keeping small items close at hand. Made of satin-finished brass that wipes clean, it is an elegant and useful addition to any room, especially on a vanity, desk, kitchen countertop, or bedside table.
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Tenfold New York transcends typical homegoods in favor of the exquisite and the enduring. The collection’s marble items are crafted in India and include this striking sphere. Designed to perch on its flattened bottom, the orb can add an exotic touch to a desk, act as a paperweight, or function as a bookend for lightweight volumes. The metamorphic stone’s unique striations and natural veining make each sphere unique.
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Looking to decorate your new home and seeking thematic inspiration? Search no more. We’re covering 8 interior design styles that are popular in modern homes. In reality, practitioners blend different elements from several decorating styles together, but it’s crucial to identify the core aspects of each one. Obviously, there are interior design styles beyond the 8 types outlined below, but I wanted to focus on the major schools that are currently in vogue. I will keep this list updated every year – removing those that may have fallen out of favor and adding new ones. Also, if you’re looking to add a new piece or two to your home, check out our main store where we always curate our catalog for the newest interior design styles. Where we can, we made collections for the following interior design styles to simplify your shopping. I’m also creating a series of guides on how to achieve each look in detail, with inspirational images, furniture and decor recommendations, and more! If you want to be updated on when these new guides are available, don’t forget to subscribe. 🙂 Note: This post has been republished on 3/16/2016 with significant updates, including new photos, in-depth descriptions, and replacement of two interior design styles to reflect recent trends. Originally …
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How to Decorate a Minimal Interior with Personality Minimalism doesn’t mean going without. Rather, it’s the very opposite: only inviting things into your life that add to happiness and wellbeing, and discarding the rest. We at Beige Renegade believe in homes with heart. Whether a soviet era concrete bunker is the very reflection of you, or, then again, a home filled with bright colours at every turn, just as with what we wear, how we do our hair or the handbag we choose on a particular day, how we decorate our homes communicates something of ourselves to the world. However, it can be challenging to find the balance between a cool, minimal interior and finding a place for your treasured collections. In this post, we want to share five tips to decorate a minimal interior with personality. 1De-clutter your home thoughtfully Although we are staunch advocates for clutter-free spaces – review our 7 principles for de-cluttering your life – it doesn’t mean you should de-clutter the soul out of your home. Follow Marie Kondo’s philosophy of keeping only those things that bring you joy. For example, you might have displayed a gift from a family member, out of obligation, or …
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