Do you feel like your interior is not quite glamorous enough? Do you want a sophisticated and curated interior? And yet you can’t quite bring yourself to spring for “professional help”? Well, good news. You don’t have to be an interior designer to get the luxurious and polished look you’ve been craving for your home. That’s because we here at Memoky have already learned all the tricks and we are more than happy to share in the spoils (or spill the beans). So we’ve gathered together a quick and dirty
Your home is your fortress, the one place you can count on to escape from the hustle and bustle of life. So it makes sense to make sure being there improves your mood. Because the decor you select can impact you, both positively and negatively. Your choices at home can make the difference between a good day and a terrible one. These three simple steps can go a long way to making your space somewhere you want to be, a surefire way for improving your outlook on life. Inject Color
Scandinavian furniture is delightful, gorgeous, and functional. That’s why it’s the best. Fight me. Anyone, anyone? Actually, it might be hard to find any takers. There’s a general feeling that Scandinavian design creates some of the most attractive and unique furniture you’ll find on the market today. Many of the major elements of this style were introduced to the US in the 1950s and 1960s. And they’ve remained popular for their simplicity, utility, and beauty. Scandinavian furniture is the perfect blend of warm functionality, clean lines, flawless craftsmanship, and understated
The fad always seems just about to end. And yet, each year the same pieces make their way into shop windows, catalogs, and homes. Even the NY Times published an article wondering if mid-century modern’s healthy grip on interior design would ever die. It seems that the tendency of decor trends to get exhausted and expire has just not happened with mid-century furnishings. Since its reintroduction and rise in popularity in the 1990s, it has remained the de facto in vogue style. What gives? When will it go? It won’t.
Summer is in full bloom so naturally we are dying to get to the beach, enjoy the sun, and work on a fresh tan. But mixing it up this season, try splitting your time between public beaches and a private getaway. The summer season is the perfect time to enjoy a vacation rental. Or, if you are blessed, you can even have your own rustic beach house to enjoy the moment. Yep, we mean quaint little beach houses. Think little houses or bungalows with weathered furniture. But don’t stop there!