A talented Dallas interior designer whose work I follow is Lisa Luby Ryan. Her Vintage designs have a sophisticated monochromatic style with a touch of chic that is easy on the eye and very beautiful.
I love the muted tones and distressed finishes of this collection.
The juxtaposition of the elegant chandelier and marble table top against the distressed casual chairs and wood floors make this room feel more relaxed and casual.
Although this collection is from her showroom, you can glean inspiration and ideas for your home. Notice the layering of wall decor and accessories. This is definitely something you could replicate in your home.
I personally find the faux finishes on the wood pieces very inspiring.
Placing shutters along a wall or behind a table or sofa adds interest and character to a room.
Shutters alone could serve as a headboard to give a bedroom a real designer touch.
What do you find inspiring about this room?
Love these pots!
You can learn from following a designer's work. Finding a designer that fits your style and studying his or her work is a great way to glean personal inspiration and ideas for your home.
Do you have a favorite designer? Let me know.
Images Credit: Lisa Luby Ryan