Grammy’s 2015 and the Hottest Furniture Trends in One

Have you ever woken up in the morning and thought to yourself, ‘I want my outfit to match my living room!’? If not, it is something to try.  That sort of experiment opens up our creativity and helps us understand our space better. Go ahead, don’t be shy.

We went ahead and tried it out based off of what artists wore to the Grammy’s, which is a place for them to truly express themselves through fashion.

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Taylor Swift rocked the blues, a beautiful color that calms the mind and soothes our souls.  A perfect color for an interior as well.  We matched her dress with a beautiful Z Gallerie vase, agate bookends, and some fun Dot&Bo furniture.  The colors create a relaxed environment, a true get away.

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Joy Villa expressed herself this year at the Grammy’s with texture and color…and lots of it.  We chose a Dot&Bo side table that carries some texture and color as well a similar shape as the dress.  The clock’s design is loud in texture but calm in color to help balance the loudness of the orange.

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Sia is keeping it sophisticated.  Black and white a combination that is minimal yet so strong.

To get more information on using your style to deign your home, contact info@asdinteriors.com

 

Color in the Kitchen

We’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback from our recent kitchen remodel that features a gorgeous dusty blue cabinet color. While most people stay on the safe side when designing their kitchens, we think that this is the perfect place to add an unexpected punch of color.

blue kitchen
A.S.D. Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin

Painted cabinets are becoming a more popular choice over the traditional wood grain look – and we are all for it! Here are a couple examples of how a colorful kitchen can add drama to your home and give your cabinets a more custom look.

Kelly Wearstler - Cameron Diaz
elledecor.com
Designer: Kelly Wearstler

This emerald green kitchen was designed for Cameron Diaz’s Manhattan apartment. It’s a great example of how to use color on your cabinets. While the color is certainly a contrast from the average kitchen, it’s not overwhelmingly bright. The use of brass for the counters, backsplash, and cabinet hardware is a great complement to the emerald green and creates a luxurious looking space. This rich gem tone makes a refined statement and proves just how beautiful color in the kitchen can be!

Black Kitchen 2
houzz.com
Designer: Tamara Magel

We also like the idea of using black cabinetry in your kitchen. Black exudes sophistication in both the fashion and design worlds and makes for stunning painted cabinets. This fabulous space exemplifies how stylish a black kitchen can be. This design is an excellent example of how black cabinetry doesn’t necessarily mean a dark feeling space. The light walls, countertops, backsplash and floors contrast all the black, and create a kitchen that’s bright and inviting.

So when it comes time to choose your cabinet finish, don’t be afraid to pick color!