One of the perfect combinations of texture, pattern and color is copper, marble and blush. Combine these three interior elements to get a warm elegance.
Divide your living room wall horizontally, plaster one half with a marble wallpaper and paint the other half with blush color. Put a copper tray table in front to complete you combination.
Here you see a nice blush wall, some copper objects and a marble table combination.
Photography: bettina holst
For kitchen a threesome combination, with different copper lamps, blush wall color and marble tray.
Last November, I wrote about shiny metal objects, like golden accessory accents. Copper offers the same type of metallic accent but with a warm gold rose glow. It is a strong and honest metal, which is aesthetically very unique. There are all kinds of ways to introduce the glamour of copper into your home, especially with home decorations and lightings. I like the warm glow of it.
A key piece in the copper trend, pendant lights by Tom Dixon, like this one.
Nice copper accessories seem to be very in at the moment, like plant pots, candle holders and vases.
Modern copper style for the bathroom which looks like copper pipes.
Photography: my attic
Here you see more examples of creative and modern uses of natural wood furniture, as a bar cart in your dining room.
Simple concept for this home office: minimal design, executed in high quality materials like natural wood, copper and fur.
Photography: design hunter
This kitchen looks amazing with the contrasting white puristic tiles and the natural wood string shelf.
Photography: take over time
The Swiss Cross symbol is really showing up all over thanks to the Pia Wallen blanket. This Black and White Swiss Cross decorative blanket is a must have. It’s a trend that is very popular in Scandinavian design! Doesn’t black and white always looks so great in decorating? It adds flair to any room!
Here you see the inverted version in a living room.
Photography: a merry mishap blog
Have fun and relax in a hammock with a Swiss Cross blanket.
Some more nude décor inspiration. Here you see many different nuances of nude colors on the pillows, the couch and the vases — all in a nice combination with a dark brown wood table.
Photographer: Sean Myers via arkpad
You can combine the nude look for the walls with various interior accessiores made of robust classic materials like copper, linen fabric and wood.
Photographer: Kristiina Kurronen, Designer: Susanna Vento via arkpad
Ikea cabinets with new style in nude look and copper details from Superfront.
I love neutral interiors and a bit of nude and neutral décor inspiration. The nude look comes from fashion shows and is in clothing, shoes, accessories and make up. This fashion trend gets into interior design. You can bring a personal touch into your home. The bedroom explores every nuance and shade of main nude colors.
Nude colors and copper bathroom fitting go together really well.
Photography: anna wedin
Nude and neutral colored room décor in a living room.
Photograph: Heidi Lerkenfeldt via arkpad
Here you see the new candle in marble vessel from Calvin Klein.
Photography: A merry mishap blog
For you home office use marble tray from hay.
Photography: Cush and nooks
Bathroom goodies together with gold mirror, black and white cosmetic product design and marble.
Photography: the minimalist store
Here are some other marble objects. I found these nice things for everyday life in your home.
Photography: 1. design within reach, 2. vit studio, 3. case-scenario, 4. sturdy living
1. Eames wire base low table outdoor: design within reach
2. Marble Light: vit studio
3. Marble iPhone cover: case- scenario
4. Marble vessels: sturdy living
Problems to find a candlestick? Go find it at the home improvement store.
Photography: ministry of deco
I prefer the softness und melancholy of velvet in my rooms in the cold december weather. When a ray of light falls, then you can see a subdued shimmer on it.
Photographer: Jean François Assaud via http://arkpad.com.br
The velvet loses its plushy image in the combination with loft style and industrial design.
Designer: Steven Volpe; Photographer: William Abranowicz
A velvet couch in a blue room creates warmth and depth.
Designer: Carlo di Carli; Photographer: Jean- François Jaussaud