Watching her work in the show business, one may tell straight away that Mandy Moore is prone to beauty. This deep artistic sensitivity along with joy, confidence and knack for design find reflection in her utterly chic Pasadena house. The actress/singer/choreographer knows exactly what’s hot but she’s far from blindly following the trends. Moore proves that the comfy vibe is not solely reserved to Farmhouse or Boho. Come with us on a tour around this airy and consistent abode and feel at home.
A television host, businesswoman, screen writer, actress, LGBT activist, philanthropist… It’s hard to believe that all these epithets refer to just one person. And the list doesn’t end there! Ellen DeGeneres (because who else could we be talking about) is also a gifted designer. Being a veritable angel, she graced us with the experience acquired while decorating her gorgeous horse ranch in LA. Let’s not be deaf to a wise woman’s voice and hear out 5 décor tips by Ellen DeGeneres.
“Sexy is important, but comfort is essential,” claims ever the America’s Sweetheart, Jennifer Anniston. Aided by AD100 interior designer Stephen Shadley, she transformed her new L.A residence into a temple of serenity, filled with wood, stone, bronze and… rugs. Let’s take a peek into her dreamy California home and check how the skilled actress and the talented decorator crafted the perceptible Zen aura in the finest style.
When you see Lauren Conrad, you immediately want to be friends with her. When you look at her gorgeous abodes, you instantly feel the urge to redecorate your entire house. Thankfully, Lauren is always willing to give some advice on how to live chic, so let’s take it!
Long before everyone got to hear about Kim Kardashian’s massive… success, the world followed the trials and tribulations of the wacky Osbourne family with bated breath.
The list of Oscar nominations 2016 is announced and it seems that it will be one of the most thrilling Oscar race in a long time. In the anticipation of 88th Academy Awards we wanted to do justice to our affinity for interior design by taking a peek at their homes.
The entire slideshow is worth seeing, or better yet pick up a print copy, but naturally we are most excited about the shots featuring gorgeous, contemporary rug and carpet.
Up top, the living room boasts a hand-tufted wool-and-silk rug that was designed to look like water – a perfectly calm foundational piece for a room full of eye-catching art and strong vintage elements.
Then in the bedroom, this custom carpet is a woven interpretation of a painting by artist Shannon Cantanaro, owner of Eskayel. Our creative director opted to use an aloe background for this piece, because aloe has lot of natural color and lends a layered feeling to the textile. The design on top is done in pink and gray silks with hints of green that really come out in this particular lighting.
To learn more about our custom carpet and rugs, go here.