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Monday, June 28, 2010

designing fearlessly.

i'm dedicating today's post to designing fearlessly. by that i do not mean wild, crazy or bizarre by any stretch, i mean live a little, take a bold step, buy from a company you've never heard of, wow not only your guests, but wow yourself.

via we are infinite~

via purple area~

via trendir~

via bolig magasinet~



via decor pad~



via elle decor~


i currently have a potential client who bought a beautiful brand new very chic condo unit. tons of potential, like a blank canvas really. he super busy and furnished it to furnish it if you know what i mean by that. made it livable. but did not make it his own. my goal is to transform his spaces, piece them together little by little, exposing him to product, texture, art, wall treatments, fabrics that he just didn't have time to imagine when he first decorated. to be fearless, to explore companies outside of your area where you live, to picture a wall differently, a corner differently. fearlessly.
enjoy your monday everyone!

6 comments:

Dale at Hospitality Design Inspirations said...

Great photos, and great design philosophy. I find a lot of clients are definately "scared" about how their spaces will turn out. Yes it's a lot of money to invest, but it's just stuff...it can always be changed.
I love the room with the giant Caesar head on the TV wall. Which is a good example of my point. I don't particularly like the blow up cactus lamp thing in the same room, but you can always edit and change!

L'Atelier said...

love your design philosophy!
the pics are amazing my favorite is the lounge from the decor pad.
happy monday!

Leah said...

Oh these are great! I love that these are so bold!

Elements said...

I love this take on design....I really encourage people to find their own little design ways and if they need help tweaking thats when we can bring it all together and make it work for now. Great post.

The Zhush said...

Good luck with your new client...loving the free spirit and fearless inspiration here!

ilovecoolthings said...

i love red and blue as a combo. perfection.