In the wake of the new year, we’ve put together 10 ways that you can easily de-stress your home. With a little organization, color coordination, sweet aromas, and cozy throws, we promise that you’ll be feeling nothing but good vibes. 1. Faux Fur What’s the first step to creating an at-home zen environment? Faux [...]
New York City–based Delia Heilig makes custom-printed window shades based on motifs from traditional and often centuries-old window architecture that she discovers in out-of-print books at the Met. The roller shades, in varying tones of gray, black, and metallics, are printed with designs referencing abstract French wrought iron, Moorish patterns, Indian jali, and other motifs, all scaled to fit your windows.
Serene Blue & Gold Bedroom Designer Kelley Proxmire used 150 yards of luxurious fabric and trim to create a space for the D.C. Design House that is “warm, welcoming, and enveloping.” The bedroom’s centerpiece is the upholstered headboard tucked into billowing canopy treatment. The playful robin’s-egg-and-ivory pattern ties the pillows, linens, and bedskirt together.