Ok so maybe I was slightly obsessed with the door styles and designs whilst in Paris…
My journey to Paris was a creative delight! Here are some snippets of design / art inspiration along the way with more posts to come.
Erdem shapes for Spring 2019 are SUPER inspiring!
#justonewall of Green Glass, divine! #repost via @cruIserlars on Instagram
Obsessed with this fixture just installed in the Master Sitting Room!
The kitchen banquette area is coming along! Just installed the Abigail pendant fixture from Rejuvenation and our custom pillows are giving full on #vacationvibes !
with yellow #happyvibes #repost via @archiraffa on Instagram
brick & wood for pattern and texture 👍
We love the unexpected...
#greywalls and yellow vanity cabinet and bathtub! So cool via @ld_interiorismo on Instagram 💛
Wishing you all a day filled with love!
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JOW offers residential design services to the Greater Los Angeles area including interior renovations and custom decor with budgets large and small alike. JOW also honors those who live with no walls and believes in supporting the many causes that create opportunities for the homeless living in Los Angeles. Every purchase made through our online store will include a donation percentage to local charities including the Los Angeles Food Bank and United Way.
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Impressive monumental abstract painting by Sam Francis at the Norton Simon Museum.
Walking into the PaliHouse in West Hollywood is just like LA - a little dressed up and a little dressed down with earth tones and white abound. We love this wall that features a large bicycle - or shouldn't it be a car?!
#chagall at LACMA in view now!
a beautiful translation of painting as design for the backdrop walls of contemporary ballets Marc Chagall worked on in the 1940s-1970s.
We love the new Home collection by Christian Lacroix at Roche Bobois. When you don’t have a wall, use a paneled screen!
This urban garden scene is whimsical and the lacquered finish with brass details are sophisticated and seductive.
Love the way the wall panels frame the diners at Le Pain Quotidien today.
Serious wall envy with this set-up of Frederico de Vera’s living room featured in ‘The Finer Things’ by Christiane Lemieux (published by Potter New York). Now that’s a salon wall to remember!
When you choose to focus on just one wall, all is relative. Sometimes it takes just the right frame to do the trick! We love this eclectic gathering from 'Berlin Style.'