It’s a fascinating experience to see what you’ve pinned the most from the blog this year. It’s one thing to guess what readers prefer, and it’s another to SEE what makes your finger click “Pin It” in a blog post. And guess what? You dig bathrooms (especially sinks in bathrooms) and book corners. You may already know this, but we have some surprising news for you. Is it true that many of you have a lot of bathroom remodeling or decorating projects going on / tons and tons of books that you need to figure out what to do with? Or maybe it’s none of the above and you like sinks and shelves. Sink + shelves + EHD reader = A story as old as the world?
We assume you liked this product so much because you can imagine yourself sitting in that little nook and sipping that cup of coffee. Plus, A + for this narrow bookstore with a rounded boat.
The “Living Room Rules to Know” post obviously isn’t the first time you’ve seen this plan of Emily’s living room, but I mean it’s absolutely pinnable every time you see it, so we get it.
The whole “Achieving Modern Victorian Style” series was a BUFFET for those craving rich, opulent interiors, but this one (and the 10th place plan) was obviously your guys’ favorite. I mean, there’s no real mystery here, why. This tonal painting job (I MEAN THE LOWS!) Is not often done well.
Just when we thought of SOMETHING WITHING WITHING MILLENNIAL PINK, we released this and it was like JUST KIDDING, GIVE US MORE. Yes, this color is at this point like the Beyoncé of Hues (either you REALLY love her until adoration, or you’re all “bye Felicia” about it … and you’ve probably made tired sayings like ” bye Felicia “so nm). Personally, we find this recording so appealing, wherever you are at the Millenial Pink-Gate because it’s so … subtle? They warn of wide plank floors, rumbling linen beds, and basically any other decor. Who wouldn’t sleep well here?
Chintz wallpaper, citrine velvet sofas, pink velvet stools, brass, fringes … You know how they say some things work on paper but don’t have chemical IRL? It’s the contrary. On paper it’s like … No, wait, it’s too much to deal with visually, but once it all comes together it makes you want to hit that pin button. It’s one of those rooms that you know you’ll NEVER live in, but want to imagine yourself having a cocktail there on a trip abroad.
So, who wouldn’t want to be curled up here after a long, hectic day? You obviously agreed because not only did you love this post on Pinterest, it was a BIG Instagram hit when we posted it (it was actually one of the best images on our feed all of the time). summer). It must be said that a perfectly stylish “Shelfie” is always nice, but there is something quite refreshing about those shelves that don’t … live here and live their truth. These are shelves that belong to a reader and we are not crazy about them.
Recently, there has been a big push towards exposed, unfinished pine (maybe pine? We’re not sure …), which you can see all over the Design-o-Sphere. lately. It’s super relaxed, no-frills, and somehow … primitive? Okay, there’s nothing “primitive” about this bathroom, but it’s the idea of a relaxed, simple design that we’ve all been loving these days.
Let’s face it, a large black flat-screen TV is part of our daily life. All those pictures of living rooms in magazines without TVs are a huge lie. Yes, some people/designers are very creative when it comes to hiding the TV (Did you see Jenna Lyons hide her TV in her apartment in T Magazine late last year …), but the most of us are lucky enough to be able to throw this stuff on a media console in the name of outdoor practicability. BUT a way to steal the attention of the technical “wound”? A LOT OF ART.
Because sometimes all you have to worry about is a glamorous euro-modern bathroom, right?
Sure, this Farrow & Ball wallpaper is awesome, but come on, you know it’s in that pile of feline art that you were in. Or do you really like the toilet?
While designing the bathrooms for Mountain Fixer, Emily and the design team traveled to find inspiring photos of wall-mounted faucets with sinks under … didn’t find much at first. Whenever they found a wall-mounted faucet, it was combined with a sink. The photos were nice, safe (like this one), but not as minimal as she had hoped for the mountain house. She finally found some good photos to get some ideas (and even checked out her friend Flegie Akiedes, who said, well … see the end of the post linked here to see what Flegie had to say).
Another shot of Emily’s house, this time the master bedroom of her current home, was featured in an article about how she makes all those delicious unpainted (but needing a little more) brass faucets look. maintenance) with a Culligan water softener system.
Another piece of cake. Who couldn’t pose directly on a mirror a photo with delicious high contrast cement tiles, a warm wooden sink, and cool bubble chandeliers (a trend we talked about here)? Go ahead, pin it again … you know you want it.
Okay, there’s a lot to like here. This West Elm chair (resulting from a collaboration with the Municipality) is SO GOOD and is unfortunately no longer available. Sarah Sherman Samuel’s line for the semi handmade is also SO GOOD (featured on this sideboard). The oversized black and white photo is so good. The sculptural lamp is so good. All of these pieces together form a picture that is … You guessed it … SO GOOD. For the record, those drawer and door fronts on the SSS sideboard were a big inspiration for the DHM design when assembling the Berghaus kitchen, but not exactly where they landed. (although where they landed may still change, so stay tuned).
The other side of the photo of n ° 15! !! It’s a sandwich in the corner of the book … starting and ending with essentially the same picture … well, the same piece, just a different part of it.
So which one was your favorite? What have you already saved on your own Pinterest boards? Do you want us to keep making them (but maybe only the 10 best photos instead of 15?)? So many questions, so many welcome opinions.