So far, 2020’s been, let’s say, an interesting year. We think we’re all in favor of summer being a little less interesting and a lot more fabulous. To get us in the summer mindset, our “Colour Whisperer” and SmithHönig co-founder and designer Kellie Smith pulled together a list of five interior design trends poised to… Read More
At SmithHönig, you are always at the heart of our design inspiration. And in these uncertain times, you’re in our thoughts more than ever. Our passion for global exploration and style is unwavering, but we’ve put the actual adventuring on hold for the moment. Instead, we’re diving into all the ways we can bring joy… Read More
Ginny Stalker, owner and designer of Au Petit Salon, a boutique online interior decorating service, has been gathering inspiration for holiday décor since the summer (she readily admits to being the kind of person who’s busily pinning Christmas wreath inspo in July). “My favorite part of the holidays has always been decorating,” says Stalker. “I… Read More
Some kids grow up playing sports, or with dolls or playing video games. Kate Pearce grew up playing treasure hunter. Pearce spent her childhood tagging along with her mother, whose house is almost entirely thrifted (of course), scoring cool finds from estate sales and thrift shops across the New York area. After getting her masters… Read More
What did your room look like when you were a kid? We’re guessing not exactly like these colorful, creative, and ultra-hip bohemiam kids rooms! Let’s drool over these cool boho bedrooms for kids and see some easy ways to elevate your child’s retreat with some major bohemian inspiration. Accent a Wall with Peel and Stick… Read More
Today we’re sharing boho bedroom decor – as seen in a bohemian guest suite, that’s still somehow manages cleans lines! This guest bedroom evokes a more edited bohemian style. Yes, it has the mix of colors, cultures, patterns, and textures you’d expect in boho decor. But it’s also modern and luxurious – and features peel… Read More
Decorative tassels are a must-have accessory for any bohemian interior. They add the perfect touch of color, texture, and fun to any room. If there are any areas of your home that could use a little love, introduce some colorful tassels to liven them up. You can use them as tiebacks for your drapery, drawer… Read More
In the world of decorating, designers and décor connoisseurs alike would appreciate a go-to fabric by the yard resource for all their project needs.
Let’s get real for a minute…When we’re drawn to luxe bohemian interior design—especially when it involves fabric by the yard — there are two things that are important to us: whether it’s got a consciously non-coherent, mismatched look, and whether it gives us those intangible, feel-good boho vibes.
If we learned anything in art class, it’s that colors are your friend. Now that we’re all grown up, we’ve believe it more than ever. We adore how colors can set a mood and brighten a room, but mostly, we’re big fans of using colors all together like these art pieces inspired by classic spin… Read More
Pantone recently announced the 2018 color of the year – Ultra Violet. This dramatic purple may seem challenging for home décor, but we think it’s pretty awesome . In fact, we use purple a lot in our textiles and we think Ultra Violet – and similar hues – can recharge any interior!
When we think of Moroccan interior design elements, we think of repeated calligraphic patterns, rich, colorful fabrics, and geometric design.
We need little convincing why velvet home interiors are trend these days. It’s sophisticated, versatile, and it instantly upgrades a room with the softest touch of glamour. Conjuring thoughts of romance and richness, it’s hard to say no to the invitation it extends. We’re horribly guilty of that, but we’re not sorry! With this luxe-meets-comfort… Read More
As frequent travelers, we’re always keen on finding places that are comfortable and chic in which to rest our weary heads. So we’ve taken a look at some of our favorite places and tried to replicate the same warmth and comfort into our own homes, especially in guest rooms. Guest rooms are little hotels for… Read More
New Year, New Me – or so they say! Your resolutions for 2018 may have already gone off the rails, but don’t worry – February offers a second chance at a new year! Chinese New Year is a 15-day holiday on the Chinese Lunar calendar that’s bursting with ancient traditions to inspire some super-stylish decor you’ll… Read More
When it comes to art, here’s to thinking outside the frame… Explore these curated art ideas and get some tips on how you can infuse art into your space while designing your home. Colors and Patterns Whether you choose turquoise or Chinese red, color can make or break a space. Why not choose art with a strong… Read More
The holidays bring warmth and cheer, maybe it’s that glass of eggnog or the sparkle of twinkling lights inside and outside the home. Maybe it’s a beautiful meal shared with loved ones. Whether you’re in a warm, tropical place or a cold, snowy setting, the holidays are all about sitting down at the table and passing around favorite dishes… Read More
Not many places are as mysterious, vibrant, and completely mesmerizing as Marrakech.
Ever walked into a party and thought, this place needs a little (okay, a LOT) more drama? Fabric is a great way to transform any space from drab to fab, and we know just how to do it!
Animal prints and safari themes are a classic fashion favorite. Adapting them to home décor can take your interiors from boring to exciting without overhauling the entire room.
Love patterns but afraid they’ll clash? You’re not the only one! Print and pattern mixing can make or break a room. The right mix will make you feel happy, harmonious and daring.
It’s not easy being green.
Artsy fabrics can add so much personality to an otherwise boring room. Case in point: your mother’s collection and when she whips out her annual Christmas-themed textiles just in time for the holidays. Just like that, the old dull dining table is suddenly bright and festive, ready to host hungry bellies and gather loved ones…. Read More
Oh black paint in the home, what a polarizing topic. Some people like it because it’s mysterious and moody, and other shy away from it possibly for the same reasons as well. Regardless, it doesn’t change the fact that the shade brings a lot of drama in anything it colors; just like little black dresses.