Warmth of Creativity

Warmth does not only come from heat fixtures and fireplaces; it comes from upholstery and color choices too!

Here at Divine Interiors, we love our seasonal colors. If you’re not looking to reupholster or change your entire space, consider holiday-friendly accessories. This makes the transition after your holiday celebrations that much easier!

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Take these candle holders for example, a true compliment on light or dark woods. With a shimmery gold or red candle on top, these will really add heat to your holiday and pizazz to the room! Come spring, these solid-wood candle holders can be topped with playful colors such as peach or yellow to match the season!


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Imagine simply having to replace your spring colored candles with light blue or other beach friendly colors to give your home that Summer-time look! These candle holders would do great as a centerpiece, on a side-table, or even separated around your living room furniture.

This fun asymmetrical candle holder would be a beautiful compliment to winter decor. These make a wonderful addition to any room that is already booming with color or pattern!


Come check out the variety of decor and furniture options at Divine interiors, we carry your favorite high-end lighting and furniture brands!


Interior Design Trends for 2014


1. Macramé and fiber-art wall hangings:

SONY DSC“It’s sculpture for your wall that adds texture and replaces wallpaper or fine art you can’t afford,” said Ms. Burnham. “And we haven’t seen it since the 1970s. I think it’s time.” Early adopters include the Ace Hotel chain and architect Barbara Bestor.



2. Window sheers:


The popularity of heavy drapes is drooping. “Everyone wants greater transparency and more light,” observed New York designer Celerie Kemble. And “sheers are no longer granny-ish and polyester,” said Los Angeles designer Kim Alexandriuk. “The new ones in linen and wool look rich.”



3. Corduroy upholstery:


“It’s the casual alternative to velvet and the preppy version of chenille,” said Ms. Burnham, whose library sofa is olive-green corduroy. Mr. Harte, who used Etro’s “hip and vibrant” purple corduroy on a gold-leafed bergère, is also a fan: “It looks really cool on formal chairs.” The wider the wale, the gutsier the statement.



4. Venetian marbled-paper prints:

marble-montageFound on the end papers of old books, these intricately swoopy patterns evoke “the romanticism of a bygone, pre-digital era,” said Mr. Wood. Mr. Bullard noted that the prints are seeing a renaissance on “everything from the chicest of wallpaper to finely silk-screened linens and gold-leafed porcelain.”




5. Deco hues:


Color has been nudging gray and greige out of the picture, but, for many decorators, bright primary shades can still feel uncouth.

10 Awesome Pet-Friendly Home Inventions

Every pet owner knows, having a furry one as part of the family comes with difficulties when it comes to selecting furniture for your home. Sharing your space with your pet does not mean you have to sacrifice style or comfort. The key to decorating a pet friendly space is to plan out the correct materials and needs for both you and your pet.  Nowadays, there are companies like The Livable Home  that specializes in creating contemporary yet Pet/Kid/Life friendly furniture to make life easier. If you have a great idea, but need some help seeing how it will work in your space, you can always design your room online with e-design. But, here are some of our top favorite pet friendly & stylish decor to help you get inspired!

In this unique space in Toru Hirose’s living room, his basset hound, Marco, not only has a built in snack bar, but it also comes with a hidden restroom and nap space. (nytimes)

These amazing stairs are to keep your pet from falling over normal human size hand rails. (ArchDaily)

This fantastic table is created by Emily Wettstein. It has a removable planter in the center of this walnut and steel body table that the kitties can jump on to enjoy. 

This ultimate cat house designed by Asahi Kasei named Plus-Nyan House features open air cat walks, climbing steps, hiding/sleeping nooks and spaces especially for litter boxes. (Asahi Kasei)

This awesome peek-a-boo fence is made especially for the dogs in the yard to peek at what who is coming to visit. (Asahi Kasei)

These book shelves actually serve a dual purpose as a cat climbing item and play tower as well. It’s both sleek and functional decor!

We are totally digging this sink aquarium. There are two different tanks for flushing water and the tank, so you won’t need to worry about accidentally flushing Goldie while brushing your teeth. You can get this amazing accessory at Opulentitems.

Still giving your pet a bath in your bathtub or in the sink? Not these guys! These showers are especially designed to make giving Fido a bath easier since he enters through the back yard.

This is totally going on our wish list! These mid century, modern, dual purpose cabinets add style to any room! Designed conveniently to hide litter boxes or just a place for your dog or cat to nap and hangout. The amazing design is from an Etsy artist Crystal Gregory. See more of her designs here at ModernistCat

Stop tripping over, kicking and spilling water all over the place with food bowls! This built-in pet bowl in the kitchen makes a perfect space for all your loved ones to enjoy dinner time together!

From: decorilla.com