THE PULP EDIT: JUNE 2017
We’ve been talking about zen + wellness in interior design all month long on Pulp Editorial. With summer at our doorstep, we are feeling good energy and bringing the outdoors in with our top 10 interior design trends of June 2017, rounded up below…
Bringing a little of the outdoors in the the perfect way to add a touch of zen to your home. Succulents are great because they are so low maintenance, yet fresh and attractive. Plant your arrangement in a chic planter to elevate the zen + wellness feel.
Marble makes an excellent material for luxury accessories. Not only does marble complement nearly every style, but its patina finish naturally develops over time giving it a one-of-a-kind art like quality. We have all eyes on this statement sculptural bowl. We love marble in all places of the home– stay tuned later this month for our round-up of marble in unusual places…
We spotted this captivating installation by Olafur Eliasson in dwell. Not only is this piece cool and inspiring, but it serves up a truly novel take on your natural surroundings ability to act as a canvas. We love translating this type of out-of-the-box thinking into interiors; There is always so much potential to leverage surroundings as an expression of who you are.
One of our favorite trends and design elements– fluid lines! Photographed by Jean-Francois Jaussaud for Interior Design Homes, these form-based chairs create a soothing ambiance through their frameless and organic shape. We love the way they soften the space, designed by Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Interieur.
We never travel without our favorite Carry On Cocktail Kit. Summer time has our designers and clients jet-setting to every which corner of the globe, but no trip is complete without your favorite cocktail tucked readily inside your weekender bag.
Gone are the days where your walls are flat every which way. One of the best ways to make an instant and stunning impact on a room is to design angular architecture into a space. We love this minimalist yet jaw-dropping ceiling by Peter Stutchbury Architecture featured in Interior Design Homes.
Graphic plays on shapes and patterns in photography can be the perfect way to incorporate art into a space without overpowering a calming and zen design. This photo, featured in Interior Design Homes, is bold and uncomplicated at the same time, and beautifully complements its clean and illuminating surroundings.
Our Seattle team recently moved into a beautiful new office. Our first order of business was cleansing the space with sage and crystals to encourage productivity, clarity, and good vibes all around. It’s never a bad time to break out your cleansing herbs and smudge the bad energy away.
A blend of urban and jungle, the modern treehouse is the adult’s playground. Floor-to-ceiling windows, ample greenery and natural materials are essential to a harmonious relationship between the outdoors and your home. The retreat-like essence is a dream come true in this concept house spotted in dwell.
Summer is all about gathering with your friends and family and enjoying the splendid joys of late nights and the warm breeze. Round up your girlfriends and throw a party to ring in the summer solstice (don’t forget your outdoor entertaining essentials). This fun photo by Magdalena Wosinska in domino has us dying to dip our toes in the pool…
Which design trend are you loving most this month?
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