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Interior designers are faced with challenges everyday. Whether working with small floor plans or strange color palettes, solving design dilemmas is just another part of the job. We recently called upon our talented designers to partake in a challenge that’s a little more fun than the average. For the first installment of our “Styled By” series, we asked designers to put their creative spin on coffee table styling using a simple, concrete table as the base. The only rules—let your imagination take charge! After receiving everything from minimally styled coffee

Coachella kicks off the summer music festival season this weekend with Radiohead, Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, and many more exciting artists. But let’s be real—what you wear is almost as important as who’s on stage these days. And it’s not just flower crowns, fringe and caftans. From California’s Coachella to England’s Glastonbury, each crowd dons outfits inspired by the festival’s location and music style. So how can you bring those festival vibes home? We picked six global music events and highlighted the best ways to translate their style into your

Florals, furs, and colors abound at New York Fashion Week and we are already envisioning so many of next season’s clothing trends making an appearance past our closets, and straight into our interiors. From punchy patterns and hues to sleek silhouettes, these looks provide all the inspiration necessary to add some serious personality to your place. Naeem Khan Although most of Naeem Kahn’s collection consists of dazzling metallic gowns reminiscent of Art Deco design, the laser-cut appliqué dresses stand out through their mixture of geometric patterns and luxe-boho colors. The

Music has a way of defining a person’s particular lifestyle. From leather jackets to bell bottoms, the trends that have emerged from musical styles are proof that music is meant to be seen just as much as it is meant to be heard. In the 1960s, teenagers plastered their walls with posters of the artists they worshiped and record covers became collector’s items. The idea of designing a space around music paraphernalia is often relegated to college dorm rooms, but it can be curated in a way that elevates the design

Wrapping up our Art Weekend LA Series is Doni Silver Simons, who practices from a Santa Monica studio and recently exhibited her work in LA’s Startup Art Fair. Recognizing its undeniable crossover with interior design, we believe that art has the ability to alter the way a space is perceived, and similarly, interior design has the ability to influence the way in which art is viewed. Enter Doni’s studio and discover how her space influences her practice and conversely, how art impacts where she works and lives. As soon as

With Art Weekend LA in full swing, we’re continuing our LA Artist Series by exploring the Santa Monica studio of contemporary artist, Melinda Smith Altshuler and discussing how space and interiors influence her practice. Make sure to check out the industrial loft-meets-studio where artist Matt Lipps creates his work and then read on for a view of the studio and insight into the creative process of our second LA artist, Melinda Smith Altshuler.  Phosphorescent cloud-like forms sway gently from the ceiling in the studio of artist Melinda Smith Altshuler. A plaque on the door reads, “The Cloud

Over the next few days, Los Angeles’ burgeoning art scene will be celebrated with Art Weekend LA — a biannual exploration of art fairs, galleries, and museums across the city. With Los Angeles being Laurel & Wolf’s hometown, we are constantly interacting with our neighboring creative communities and we’re excited to see how the city manifests itself in this year’s work.  Recognizing its undeniable crossover with interior design, we believe that art has the ability to alter the way a space is perceived, and similarly, interior design has the ability to influence the way in which art is

When your wardrobe consists of over 250 articles of clothing (yes, we counted), even the most meticulously organized closets can feel like a big, beautiful disaster. Sure, identical wooden hangers, a spacious dresser, and stylish jewelry displays work wonders, but purging yourself of items you haven’t worn in ages is often the least glamorous, yet most impactful part of the process. With the help of her Laurel & Wolf Designer Jessica Today, Lexi did just that and created a space as fashionable as she is. “It’s important for me to get creative with the clothes and accessories

Though the new year has just begun, 2016 has already made history in the interior design world. For the first time ever, Pantone has introduced not one, but two Pantone Colors of the Year. When paired together, delicate Rose Quartz and soothing Blue Serenity create a sense of tranquility and strike a harmonious chord between warm and cool tones. The color choices also follow the lead of recent societal and cultural movements towards gender equality. By blurring the two hues, Pantone explores a different approach to color usage — one that does not

As we wrap up another year of great design, we can’t help but wonder — what’s in store for 2016? This year we saw a mid-century resurgence, brass, crushed velvet, pastel, and neutral tones, but our curious, design-loving minds can’t wait to find out what’s next. To answer our buzzing questions, we asked Laurel & Wolf designers to look into their crystal accessories and offer their predictions for 2016’s hottest interior trends. Keep scrolling to find out what trends our designers expect to see in the new year! COLOR – Lots

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