lately, i’m really crushing on modern neutrals. not your boring beiges, mind you, but instead natural woods, rattan, off-white linens — a textural mix of layered pieces that look great together but aren’t necessarily matchy-matchy, if you know what i mean. i think when i visit european cities they tend to really rub off on me in different ways. in mariseille it was all about bold daring colors, and in lisbon it was a more toned down vintage modern vibe — eclectic and unexpected, but very zen for sure. here’s what i mean.
• image credits in order of appearance: petite passport; architectural digest espana; lacasa; vintagency; @annabode; don’t catch a falling knife; the apartment dk; @counter.space; Giorgio Baroni for ELLE Decoration; vogue; simply grove; the line via the dsahing rider; raw ideas; sight unseen; rue magazine; my domaine; The Apartment By The Line New York via lisa place; french by design; aestate stdio; @soficreart; australian interior design awards; lunchbox architect; birdasaurus; @jhoman23; remodelista; @homestoriesnyc; nuevo estilo; trendland; milk decoration; arne jacobson chair; rip and tan; lisa says gah.
from sfgirlbybay http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/2017/06/20/modern-neutrals/