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Smart-casual is the most misunderstood dress code. Somewhat of an oxymoron, smart-casual renders most men clueless on what to wear. In order to understand what constitutes as smart casual, we need ...

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17 Amazing Wedding Hairstyle or Bridal Hair Style

Showstopper Cover Up from BHLDN | 📷: @heatherpoppie

simple braid wedding hair | wedding wavy hair

wedding braided hairstyle


flower bunloose bun

twisted braid

roses // baby's breath

Maria Hair Pins from BHLDN

Sirene Pearl Turban from BHLDN

crystalized

handmade beauty | Collins Headband from BHLDN

soft tulle | Moonlight Veil from BHLDN

Blanca Floral Halo from BHLDN

romantic wedding undo with tiara & veil | olive photography

short haired bride with delicate halo

Nicolette Flower Blusher by Debra Moreland for @BHLDN

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Your Home Office Design

Just about everyone has to bring work home with them at some time, whether that be a stack of paperwork or saved on a laptop. If you’re not an office worker then perhaps you need a dedicated spot to sort the household bills and correspondence. Even the kids need a area to sit and concentrate on homework or do computer research. Whatever your needs, the chances are that you need a home office - whether that looks like a complete room, a nook or a pull-out shelf, that’s up to you.


If you require a great deal of storage space for papers, files and reference, then how about this rap around run of cabinets and home office shelving for inspiration.




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Photo: Simon Watson

In designers Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman’s home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Fisher designed the office’s desk and embellished the Queen Anne chair with shells and black paint.




Photo: Roger Davies

Raspberry leather chairs by designer Kelly Wearstler bring color to the office in a Bel Air, California, home, where a collection of photos is displayed; the tube sculpture on the desk is also by Wearstler, and the carpet was custom made by the Rug Company.



Photo: Oberto Gili

In the New York townhouse of art dealer Christophe Van de Weghe and his wife, Anne-Gaëlle, designed by Annabelle Selldorf, the office showcases a Sarfatti light fixture, Prouvé desk, and Finn Juhl chair. The mirrors are by Line Vautrin, the artworks are by Cy Twombly (left) and Jean Dubuffet, and the banquette cushions are clad in a Great Plains fabric.



Photo: William Abranowicz

At the Nantucket retreat of former Chanel president Arie L. Kopelman and his wife, Coco, the painted-pine office is furnished with an overmantel mirror from Robert Young Antiques, a circa-1810 Windsor armchair from Samuel Herrup Antiques, and a desk chair and mahogany writing table, both 19th-century English. The home’s interiors were designed in collaboration with Nantucket House Antiques and Interior Design Studios.

Architect Charles Gwathmey’s signature curves distinguish his St. Barts home office and its sucupira-wood desk, designed by Kang Chang and fabricated on the island. The swivel chairs are by Hans J. Wegner from DK Vogue, and the ceiling fan is by Boffi.


Photo: François Halard
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Surrounded by Franz West chairs, the Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann table in Diane von Furstenberg’s Manhattan office/living area often does double duty as a desk and dining table. A Joan Miró etching, a Francesco Clemente painting, and family photographs are displayed on the windowsill.



Photo: Douglas Friedman
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The Best Green Interior in Your Country and How to Make it

There are some green designs that might give us a deeper inspiration, hopefully some of the following designs are one of them




 




 





 

 






 

 






 






 


The color green is thought to bring balance and harmony to its surroundings so it’s no wonder that it’s a favorite choice in interior design. Aside from the psychology of it, its connection to the outdoors and especially spring and summer makes it a great color to pair with others, after all every flower, no matter what color, has a green stem. This means that even in a monochromatic green scheme, a pop of any other color won’t look out of place and that’s the kind of interior design that can grow with you. Read on for the 7 ways to create it.

Start With Just a Green Accent Wall

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When infusing your interior with the color green, the easiest way to do so is with paint and while the safest thing to do is to paint one accent wall, a far more dramatic choice is to bring that accent wall into its surrounding planes, as image above clearly shows. 
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Another way of bringing a green accent wall into its surrounding area is to purchase a piece of furniture in a shade of green you like and then have it color matched at the paint store, and if you are so inclined at the fabric store too (see above).
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A fun idea is to take several shades of green and work them all into your wall to create velvet aesthetic. It’s easy to do – all you need is some cotton rags bunched up in your hand to move the wet paint around.

If you love the idea of a monochromatic green scheme then layering in different materials in different shades of green will add interest both visually and viscerally (see above). 
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Aside from tile, moldings can add a great deal of texture to a room and when they’re painted the same color as the walls the shadow play is the star attraction. As a foil to the shadows consider hanging mirrors for the added layer of light refraction. 

Add Green Details for a Quick Interior Design Makeover

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If you love the color green but prefer a neutral palette on your walls, there are so many other ways to inject it into your decor. When using the color in details consider using a whole variety of shades from dark to light – see chairs above.
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Soft greens go beautifully with greys and beiges, like a warm spring day in the garden. 
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Just as with an accent wall, you can achieve a focal point by creating a vignette of green furniture or a collage of green art on the wall, or in the above case both.
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When choosing your details don’t forget about the ceiling. These vintage pendants and their powder coated steel shades take the green drama into the vertical realm. 
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Drapes is another way to take the green upwards. Check out these dramatic dining rooms for elegant ideas.
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If you have a few green items that don’t quite create the right amount of drama, a carpet can add that extra blast of color, but consider using a carpet with an aged patina so as not to overpower the greens in the rest of your interior decor. 

Make a Statement with Green Tiles

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Tiles come in almost the same range of colors as paint but also come in or can be used in patterns so when considering a green theme for your home go beyond your favorite shade and think pattern too.
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Pattern can be created with tiles even when using a solid green color, it’s all about the grout lines. 
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Tiles also offer the opportunity to play with hazy shades, something that is hard to achieve with other materials. It’s all in the glazing – see this vertical pattern above. 
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Here a super soft green paint color on the walls, a brilliant green tile on the backsplash and emerald green within the floor pattern create an all over story that comes to life next to the bright white cabinetry.
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Aside from the story of green and white, the wood plank shelving and indoor plants takes this kitchen out into the urban countryside for a breathe of fresh air. 
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These handmade tiles (above) with their irregular edges, thicknesses and colorations soften the aesthetic of the modern cabinetry while at the same time creating a punch of green drama against an otherwise neutral backdrop. 

Go Extravagant With Green Wood Look Tile

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A green floor is like a walk in the park and when its wood look tile it doesn’t matter if you actually have walked in the mud since this faux parquet is so easy to clean. 

Add Green with a Photo Collage

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There are so many ways to add the color green to your home and one of them also lets you feature fond memories or wishful thoughts. Photos are always a great way to jazz up a wall whether hung neatly in a geometric arrangement or layered in a collage aesthetic. While you might think it hard to create a photo storyboard in green it is no different than creating a grouping of sepia or black and white images, any color printer or photo studio can give your photos or images a green hue so go ahead and have some fun creating a green photo display. 

Green up your Interior Design Naturally

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A natural way to add green to your interior design is by having plants either scattered or grouped in your home, usually near a window in a very traditional format or in a more modern vertical wall planting. Why not think outside the box and go even higher and suspend your plants from the ceiling? 

Use Green Wallpaper

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Sometimes the best place to put a color is on the ceiling and if you want that color to be part of a pattern, paint might not be the best option, but then neither is tile. That’s where wallpaper comes in.
Green color home decor is such a great way for bringing the outdoors in. If white is your preference then, perhaps, our guide to design ideas for white room interiors would be of interest.

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