“If you care about the way you look, you’re going to care about the way you live.” Newell Turner
Obviously interior design and fashion design are closely link, influenced by each other and share the same playground: textures, colors, proportions etc. I’ve heard some designers recommend choosing paint colors and fabrics according to what flatters you personally. If that were the case, I think I would be wearing awful lot of Joy Tribout. She runs a St. Louis based interior design firm as seems to abide by the same rule I do: make sure there’s at least one item that pops. 🙂 We share a love of black and white, animal prints, traditional mixed with modern and equestrian style. All photos are from joytribout.com
Beautiful bathroom and the black shutters anchor the room matched by black and zebra pillows on the chair.
Nautical bathroom. Love the settee which is upholstered in navy blue velvet.
Gorgeous pantry. If there’s a small room with no natural light, you are so much better off going with dark paint color all over to add coziness and drama, lighter colors would make the room look muddy.
I’ve always wanted a dark kitchen, probably doesn’t do well with resale and I wonder how quickly it would show stains an dust but love the look regardless. See how the light from above reflects on silver trays and stainless steel backsplash.
Lovely guest bedroom.
To me this room is class Joy Tribout: functional: TV, plenty of storage, seagrass rug that wears well combined with luxurious: animal skin, velvet upholstery, equestrian details a more feminine chandelier to balance off the more masculine elements.
Some outfits in the similar style. Bold, feminine, classic.