Summer decor time has come! Design Contract suggests decoration ideas for commercial architects and interior designers to refresh interiors. Once upon a time, summer décor was often associated with seashell vases and nautical prints. We’re happy to report that those days are far behind us. Event décor during the summer months has become much more sophisticated in recent years, with the proliferation of colors and mixed textures which offer an open-air or sea-inspired feel without being too cliché. Bright, bold and beautiful colors combined with naturalistic patterns and intriguing textures to create a living space that really captures the meaning of Summer in voque!
Interior design is an ever-changing and subjective industry and with a variety of designs, products and furniture to choose from, incorporates much more than you may think. Finding and settling on the right style can prove the most difficult step, which is why we pride ourselves on sourcing only the latest and greatest designs. This week, Design Contract teamed up to capture the look and feel of summer 2014!
Bring floral prints and ideas for your interiors. Place all this fabulous floral arrangements in a center or side table, a dining table, above your fireplace. Placing flowers in your consoles, cabinets with some good decor accessories and great table lamps, it’s always a good decoration idea that brigns special feminine touch to every space.
In case are searching for furniture pieces to complement the floral prints for interior design project Design Contract advise you to check our amazing hand made furniture from Koket – it’s feminine lines and deep colour pallete will bring luxury for your private or commercial interior design project. View some of Koket’s most recent pieces here:
Placing flowers in your consoles, cabinets with some good decor accessories and great table lamps, it’s always a good decoration idea. Real design lovers should search inspiration in carver floral details just like this faboulous design table from Boca do Lobo. The hand craftsmanship of this intricate marquetry design and the finishing techniques are done with amazing precision by artisans. The dual personality of this table is beautifully combined: baroque meets clean lines, while reflecting Boca do Lobo’s philosophy of challenging the past through the future.
Design Contract will continue to share with you fantastic ideas for your office design, interior design, corporate interior design (see article “10 Best hospitality design projects: Restaurant & Bar Design Award Winners” here), commercial interior design, luxury hotel design (see article “Luxury Hotel Design- International Hotel Awards Winner Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow” here), top design events (see article “North America’s Premier Show- Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2014. Best exhibitors”) and best design projects (see article “The 2014 Architectural Digest 100 top talents in architecture and interior design” here). Don’t forget to subscribe this blog and to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and Pinterest.