Winter is in full swing for most of us, and that probably means you’re spending more time indoors (or all your time during a snowstorm). There’s only so much Queer Eye you can binge, so why not let us bring a little inspiration into your life? We’re giving you another helping of the best bookmarked interiors, design and products of the week.
Whether you prefer modern, boho or ecclectic design, we’ve got something for you: from a sunny Southern California space, to an ecclectic English manor, an unexpected twist on traditional in the Hamptons, and, of course, plenty of cool products.
So what are you waiting for? Scroll down for the best of our bookmarks for this week, and to shop our favorite products too. And if you want even more inspiration, click through here to follow us on Pinterest to see everything we’re currently loving.
We can’t imagine a space being any sunnier then this Los Angeles home. With lots of warm woods tones, neutral furnishings, and an entire glass wall that opens up to the outdoors, it’s natural, minimal living at its best.
Blooms From Bottles
Faux flowers have come a long way from the cheap looking versions of yesterday. This chic stem mimics the real thing, and will look great in a bouquet on your mantel. And to top it off, the blooms are made from recycled fabric from plastic bottles!
Best Feet Forward
Once you see this tray, it will be running through your mind all day (And not just because it has feet). It’s the perfect unique accessory that will work from your kitchen to living room to even as a tray on a bath vanity.
(Un)Traditional In The Hamptons
Traditional gets a twist in this spacious Hamptons home. With a very simple white facade, you would never guess this home, designed by Robert Stilin, is full of ecclectic art and furnishings. Bright modern art contrasts with mid-century furnishings and nods to Americana, creating visual interest around every corner and not a basic, traditional moment in sight.
It seems no one does studio apartments quite like the Swedes. Case in point- this cozy and bright space. With dedicated spaces for living, dining and sleeping carved out of a very compact footprint, it also manages to be completely minimal, but warm and inviting. Living small has never looked better!
Equal parts mid-century, rustic, and glam, this planter is as versatile a piece as it is good looking. And at just $25, it’s also a great deal.
Built in 1879, this Victorian home in England received a very 21st Century makeover. The leaded glass windows and wood paneling are accented with patterned wallpaper, contemporary colors and sleek furniture. But our favorite room? The ultra modern bath with gray fossil tiles and slick black hardware.
We love the ring details and raw finish of this ceramic table lamp. Its clean lines make it versatile enough to work in minimal, ecclectic or organic modern spaces, and the sea foam green color is very of the moment.
Nothing To Sneeze At
With flu season upon us, you’re bound to be reaching for some tissues at one point or another. So why not store them in style with this simple case? It’s a lot more tasteful than your standard box, and might just make being sick a little cuter.