I discovered Jadyn’s blog not too long after I started blogging, and I’m always finding new ways to look at interiors through her inspirations. I especially love her Roomology series, so I was excited when she agreed to do a twist on that for today’s post! Enjoy!
I am so glad to be here at Elembee, Etc. today! I am always inspired by Lisa’s beautiful layouts and she always picks such great images!
I have picked four rooms from my inspiration files to share with you today. Do you ever find yourself wondering how to re-create a similar feel in your home from photos you collect? Well, me too! I have learned that it is very helpful to look at specific elements in inspiration images to figure out what it is that speaks to you. This gives you a great starting point for setting out to create a similar look or feel in your own home.
Here are four things that stand out to me in the rooms I picked:
All three photos have light wall colors, this gives them a bright and airy look. With the exception of one of the rooms, they also have warm elements in them. I spy orange, yellow and red tones. This adds a coziness factor. Blue is a fairly prominent accent color, I spy blue sofas, a gorgeous blue window treatment and a collection of blue art.
The rooms have mostly smooth textures – the fabrics, the upholstery and low-pile rugs are all pretty smooth. Some subtle texture is added by the natural elements, like in the pottery, basket and wooden objects.
I see wooden flooring, tile flooring and large low-pile (probably woolen) rugs. Also, mostly natural-looking fabrics like cotton and linen and natural materials like leather, wood and pottery. The one room has a lucite coffee table that is pretty great and fits the style of that room well.
Accessories really affect the feel of a room. If I went shopping for my home based on these inspiration images, I’d be on the look-out for books to use for stacking, some old and crusty pottery and/or a pretty blue and white pot, pillows with a modern graphic feel, an old trunk, sea grass baskets and a glass vase or object.
What stands out to you about these rooms?
Thanks so much for letting me share this with you!