Interior Design

Natural Beauty

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  Whether animal, vegetable, or mineral, some of the greatest design inspiration comes from Mother Nature herself. Designs made from natural materials are a wonderful way to evoke nature’s serenity and grace while bringing nature’s beauty indoors. For your editorial consideration, here are some of our favorite products for the home featuring natura[...]

Design from a New Angle

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Is your decor feeling a little run down? It’s time to get in shape – and add some geometric style to your home workout regimen. Whether it’s daring squares, audacious angles or pentagons that pop, you don’t need a mathematical formula to determine that geometry is in. Geometric designs energize even the most “out of shape” interiors with bold patterns and ey[...]

Zen and the Art of Great Design

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In our modern vernacular, the term Zen is often used to describe furniture, décor and even a state of mind that exhibit a level of simplicity, balance and tranquility. Here are some of our favorite zen-inspired products bringing a little more mindfulness into the home.

A Stylish Year In Review

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As the clock counts down and we get ready to hit “reset” on 2013, we can’t help but reflect on what an amazing year it’s been for great design. Every new year is a time to look back and celebrate what unique styles lie ahead. Join us as we highlight a stylish year in review with some of Styleture’s favorite designs and trends from 2013. This summer we[...]

Designs We're Thankful For

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Pass the rolls, stuffing and mashed potatoes – because we have a lot to be thankful for this year. Thanksgiving isn’t just a time to celebrate friends and family, it’s a time to celebrate great design. Just like our favorite Turkey Day traditions, our favorite designs are timeless year in and year out. So as we tuck into our feast (for the eyes!), here’[...]

Miami Style

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When Old Man Winter comes a-knocking, there’s no reason you can’t summon a tropical summer vacation indoors. In Miami, the weather is always hot and the colors are always vibrant, which is one reason this seaside city has become a mecca for lovers of its very singular style. Perhaps the recipe is equal parts Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern with a dash of[...]

Refined Rustics

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Warm, inviting and resplendent – When it comes to the current trend of turning old into new again, the French Country style is one of our favorite looks. A warm counterbalance to Industrial Chic, the French Country or Provencal aesthetic exudes relaxed rejuvenation with country-infused elegance. Gently weathered, distressed and rusted finishes add old wo[...]

The Brooklyn Navy Yard

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Established in 1801 by President John Adams, the Brooklyn Navy Yard has transformed from an aging shipyard into a revitalized community passionate for design, building and manufacturing. Located in a semicircular bend on the East River across from Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the Navy Yard is spread out over 300 acres and encompasses forty buildings, three d[...]

Industrial Chic

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Whir, zing, clang, crash! With a riveting retro vibe and a modern metallic look, “Industrial Chic” design is a hot new trend that’s here to stay. Exposed gears, unrefined piping and weathered finishes are just a few of the elements that comprise this edgy aesthetic. Infusing a factory-like look into your home doesn’t have to leave you working overtime. Here [...]

Everything Old is New Again

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If you’ve seen The Wall Street Journal’s features on the offices of Google (Paris, Mountain View, Dublin and now New York City), you’ve seen what creativity and virtually unlimited budgets can produce. Funky spaces with “authentic” NYC graffiti and replicas of apartments as lounge areas make up many of Google’s spaces. To us, this signals more than just fun [...]
 

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