“Someone cool must live here.” That’s basically what we think any time we come across an image of a really brilliant contemporary eclectic home. Cohesive yet collected, trendy yet timeless, this aesthetic blends past traditions, cultural motifs, and high-design furnishings to create a space that’s totally unique. Not sure what we mean? Read on for a collection of our favorite contemporary eclectic rooms. These bright, open living spaces have the contemporary architecture and furniture style down. But the layered look is what makes them visually interesting. The art is well-varied, the vintage

As an interior designer, it’s not every day that you’re asked to create a space for one of the world’s most recognizable personalities. So when Laurel & Wolf designer James Tabb was contacted by the Easter Bunny’s eggcellent team, he hopped at the opportunity to makeover the head hare’s study. After all, this was not just some bunny. Although the Easter Bunny is notorious for having fluffy tastes, James didn’t bother pulling his hare out over the design and jumped right down the rabbit hole to get to work. He carefully considered each

He has impeccable style, a winning, pearly white grin and a serious Instagram following. There’s no denying that Geordi La Corgi — athlete, model, food enthusiast, and full-time cutie — is quite a catch. In honor of National Pet Day, our resident dog whisperer (and interior designer), James Tabb, created the perfect pad for this lovable fur ball. And boy, we knew Geordi had style, but this modern mixture of decor is made for the princely pup. We caught up with Geordi to get his take on his new dog

Rebecca Raskind knows a thing or two about the importance of personalization. After she and her husband Jared moved into their Los Angeles fixer-upper, the creative couple immediately got to work transforming it to match their quirky glam style. Fast forward a few years, and the home has become a medley of Hollywood Regency and California-boho style, complete with a garage-turned pool house office (designed by yours truly). The happy home was nearly complete, but it was still missing one thing – a tiny addition to the family. Then, nearly

If you’ve ever watched one of YouTube beauty guru, Desi Perkin’s mesmerizing makeup tutorials, then you know that this girl’s got an eye for glamour. Not too long ago, we designed an office and lounge area to match her fun, feminine aesthetic. It’s where she films her videos, keeps on top of her career and helps her fans recreate her extensive range of makeup looks. And now, we’re helping our fans get the look of her stylish space. Read on for all the Desi-inspired decor you need to create your own beauty

Michelle, co-creator of fashion and lifestyle blog 52 Thursdays, is accustomed to adventure. As a kid, she lived everywhere from Germany to Hawaii, later settling with her family outside of Washington, D.C. Now a resident of Los Angeles, the social media influencer is approaching her biggest adventure yet – motherhood. “My husband and I moved to LA just a little over two years ago. A work promotion and warmer weather brought us to the West Coast, plus I get antsy staying put in one area for too long!” Michelle says.

Interior Designer Gwendolyn Gibbish hit the LA real estate jackpot when she discovered her quaint, yet character-filled home nestled in the hills of Glendale. “We were desperately searching for a home to purchase before our first son was born, which in the LA market is a tough thing to do on a time crunch! We’ve always loved this low-key, quiet family neighborhood and found this perfect Cape Cod-style house that wasn’t a flip,” says Gwendolyn. So with an offer letter and a handwritten note to the previous owners, Gwendolyn and her husband sealed the deal, welcoming both a

As a female-founded company, we’ve got nothing but love for all the working women out there. So in honor of International Women’s Day, we rounded up all of our favorite female-focused office makeovers. From a chic corner office for a media mogul to a cozy nook in the suburbs of Oakland, we believe that inspiration, efficiency (and world domination) start with a clean and comfortable canvas. Step inside the spaces of some of our most amazing female clients here. An Editor’s Cosmopolitan Office:  Cosmopolitan magazine’s recently appointed editor-in-chief, Michele Promaulayko, knows just what it takes to succeed. “Cosmo women possess the

There was a time when interior design was the sole province of the rich and famous. It was for penthouse apartments, sprawling family estates and mansions in the Hamptons. But for the average person, it was a budget-busting luxury service. Must be nice, we’d think, after a series of failed attempts at picking a paint color. Then, the internet came to the rescue, first serving up inspiration on demand with design blogs, Pinterest and Instagram. After that? Online interior design. For about the cost of what the average American spends per month on coffee, you

Image via Decoist Once upon a time, owning a multi-bed and bath house with extra square footage for lots of stuff meant you had it all. Literally. But a big house doesn’t always mean big style. Minimizing has become a hot trend, led by the tiny house movement. From boxes on wheels to former boiler rooms, these tiny homes are redefining what it means to live big. Bright Light, Big Style With only 312 square feet of living space, this sunny Texas spot is home to a creative couple and their

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