The two first images are via Interior Design Magazine and last via Domino.
Chandelier, bench and rattan chair, pillows, platta decking, rattan striped stool, miner's bottle, hammock.
I almost forgot how fun it's to make these inspirational boards. To see more go here, here and here.
In this bathroom which graciously have a fireplace in it, the black chevron floor adds to the regal and classic look to it.
In this room the Interior Designer used probably reclaimed wood creating a more rustic home decor.
In this case all chairs are the same but the contrast of the wood, leather and metal, somehow give the same feeling as a mix and match dinging room.
This image above reminds me of Sarah Jessica Parker's dining room but in a more modern way. All chairs are of the same wood.
Inman Cook 1966
Madeleine Castaing via
Oscar de la Renta gorgeous table setting via
Michael S. Smith
Below, more modern ways of using this combination today.
Two previous images Todd Alexander Romano's apartment recently featured in Architectural Digest February issue.
I posted a few months ago about this new trend of kitchens looking like anything else but conventional kitchens. This trend seems to be determined to linger over a little longer, which is perfect for small spaces. The first two images are great examples of this idea. In this kitchen the modern lines of the only existing lower cabinets juxtapose with the antique chevron floors. This kitchen looks more like a sideboard in a hallway than a real kitchen. The simple details of the African masks emphasize the zebra wood-like cabinets. The lower kitchen, with the undecorated center island, looks more like a slick and modern flower shop cutting station that's been set up for a buffet.