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It’s no secret; we love Scandinavian Design. But let’s be real- how can you not love the minimal palette, clean shapes, and overall ethereal quality? Since the weather’s warm enough to bring our favorite design styles outside, we’ve enlisted one of our knowledgeable designers Michelle Rose Bryant, to explain how Scandinavian Design can be incorporated into your outdoor space. “Since the Nordic countries experience so little warm weather, Scandinavians are expert at highlighting natural elements within their homes. Nearly all Nordic homes have large windows and white finishes, emphasizing nature on both the inside

Lately we’ve heard lots of rumblings about Scandinavian Design –  this simplistic look seems to be on every Tumblr feed and design blog out there, and has people reblogging and recreating in their own homes like crazy! If you’ve found that you keep coming across this style and want to know more, scroll through to learn about the origins of Scandinavian design, what it looks like, and how you can get the look in your home! ORIGINS: The roots of Scandinavian Design stem from early 20th century Modernist art movements such as Art Nouveau,

Now that you’re a pro on deciphering the difference between Traditional and Transitional styles (and in case you need a refresher, we’ve got you covered!), it’s time to get down to business with Modern versus Industrial design. Often misconstrued as synonymous, these two styles are completely unique! We’ve compiled a list of key features that will make you an interior design style expert in no time. MODERN Modern interior design is all about simplicity, clean lines and minimal decor. Designers use basic shapes to create a streamlined and functional room that keeps

After a brief hiatus, Scandal is back on the air tonight! Yes, we love the drama. We love the white pantsuits. We love Olivia Pope’s giant wine glasses. But mostly, we LOVE the interior of Olivia’s apartment. Classic, elegant and transitional in style, the neutral palate and clean lines create an inviting and comforting space for Olivia to chill while she’s not saving the world. More traditional design pieces like the sofa and coffee table evoke a classic East Coast style, and paired with more transitional pieces like a wire moroccan console and

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