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For every maximalist Christmas lover, there’s always a few minimalists. So whether you like spare design by nature (or don’t feel like going all out this year), this calming decor from @reserve_home is worth considering.“Keeping the decoration low-key in favor of minimalist spaces that provide relaxing and chill vibes is super trendy right now,” says Joe Flanagan of 90s Fashion World. “This style matches well with white and beige wall spaces where the furniture is scarce and woodsy or white.”
Hygge decor comes in all shapes and sizes, but we’re partial to this chic wintry star featured by @simply.weekend. “I love this light! It’s very on-trend for the holidays and winter months, and can really be a focal point for the room,” says interior design blogger Gina Daniels. Whether this brassy star is hanging from your ceiling or propped up on a mantel, its warm candlelight is sure to add some cozy Scandinavian vibes to any living room.
Pairing furniture in natural shades is an effortless way to bring big style into your home without the worry of matching patterns and colors. With the decline of the sofa and love seat combo set that has graced our living rooms for decades, mix-and-match neutral pieces give that pulled-together vibe without the dreaded matchy-matchy look.
It wouldn’t be summer decor without some greener-than-green accents, and these artichoke green walls. This artichoke green is just the right mood, especially for areas of the country or homes where there’s not a ton of sunlight. It’s very versatile and can go with Craftsman, contemporary, or traditional-style homes.
The 7,900-square-foot villa comes with a four-car garage, two barns, horse stables, landscaped gardens, organic vegetable gardens, guest lodging, a caretaker’s cottage, wine cellar, 100 fruit trees, as well as 6.5 acres of Bordeaux-varietal vineyards and olive trees. There are a total of 11 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and an outdoor pool.
There was a time when rattan was out of fashion, but those times are gone, and people are embracing this natural material in their homes again,” says the designer Andra DelMonico, of Trendey. “Rattan furniture tends to have an open weave, which keeps it feeling light and helps a room feel larger. The lighter neutral color makes it easy to match with almost any color you choose.
Majestic shingle-style estate set upon highest point in Belle Haven. Offers 6/7 beds, 10,000 sf masterpiece w/flexible open floor plan, high ceilings, 8 fireplaces, period detail, south facing kit/fam rm, year-round porch & 4-room master suite. Walk-out garden level to broad lawns, mature landscape, 51'x 22' pool, spa, pergola & cabana.
Quaint, Timeless, Breathtaking! Arriving at 11 Jayne Point, Oriental, NC, you will be in AWE of the home & views awaiting you. Located in River Dunes, not far from historic New Bern, halfway between Maine & Florida, this home and adjacent guest quarters offer the highest quality architectural features imaginable. It offers scenic views from all windows and outdoor spaces.
The house has 18 rooms, including six bedrooms, 10 full bathrooms, plenty of living space, and a finished basement. In addition to the main house, there are a three-bedroom guesthouse, a boathouse, and two storage buildings. The property also offers 502 feet of lakefront frontage with a gentle slope, a rarity on this lake.
The home was built in 1947, and was completely renovated by the current owners in the past few years. It is estimated that the owners spent about $700,000 on renovations. Big changes include the removal of a wall between the kitchen and the living space, the addition of a garage, and the creation of a breezeway between the garage and the home.