Now that you’ve identified what design aesthetic you’re most drawn to， interior stylist Miranda Rose Farmer？shares her five tips for creating a glamorous， layered， inviting space that looks like a straight-up Anthropologie ad.
My favorite place in the world is probably my bed： it’；s the first thing I see in the morning and the last thing I see at night.？I like to keep my bedding fairly neutral in color to maintain that calming vibe， but with lots of visual interest through patterned textiles： animated throw pillows alongside cozy， textured blankets.？Surrounding my bed with plantspersonalized gifts for 1 year old， candles and stimulating artwork makes it feel like a defined， sovereign space in the room.？(Cue Quasimodo at the top of Notre Dame…；”Sanctuary!”)pillow cases vintage
When I was younger， I remember always being very impressed with homes that had a designated bar area.？There was something incredibly hospitable about having a hub where guests could help themselves to drinks and snacks –； all very chic 1950’s.？I don’；t necessarily have a ton of guests over， but I like the idea that someone could just drop by and I would have refreshments readily available (plus， it feels super classy!)？If a wet bar’s not your style， try a coffee bar， or even just bottles of sparkling water and pretty citrus fruit.？Your guests (and inner 50’s bigwig) will thank you.
Greenery in a home is imperative to me.？Not only does it make a space look lush and thriving， it also creates an ethereal softness that eases the soul.？That being said， I’ve murdered many a plant in my day.？Many.
If you’re less experienced in the ways of flora， snake plants， pothos and Zanzibar Gems (ZZ pants) are all easy-care options， and artificial plants are more realistic-looking than ever.？ If an area is feeling stark or sterile， it’；s probably just missing some greens.
I love going into a swanky， urban restaurant or bar and checking out what kind of #bathroomselfie backdrop they’；ve got going on.？While gutting the bathroom is not in my rental agreement (or even my budget)， small， ornamental changes make the space feel modern and innovative.？Adding a rad shower curtain， some quirky artwork and a faux plant or two can generate an elevated， unique look (sans all the hipsters and overpriced martinis.)
The juxtaposition of old pieces with new is really the key to having a multifaceted， magazine-worthy residence.？The homes that I find myself most enamored with are the ones that include both fresh， contemporary decor and vintage elements. Incorporating art， furniture and decorative items that have had a past life creates an atmosphere of history， sophistication and romance.？ From thrift/consignment stores and flea markets to online antique shops and estate sales， the options for integrating vintages touches are endless.
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It’s hard to stay cool at this time of year. Whether on a long journey or the daily commute a refreshing facial spritz, or mist, can be the perfect way to lower your body temperature and keep your skin feeling clean. To give your laundry and house that fresh-from-the-fields feeling you can also use scented waters. Spray onto linens before ironing to release their delicious?fragrances, or spritz around the house.
Yes, the seventh season of?Game of Thrones?ended more than a year ago, but that doesn't mean fans of the show have stopped dissecting every single scene. If you can't wait until April for some answers, we've curated the best GOT merchandise and compiled some of the best?Game of Thrones?Season Eight theories and predictions that might actually come true. If spoilers are a thing that concerns you, then maybe stop reading now because, since fans are basically writing this show at this point, some of these will probably happen (OK, maybe not the last one, but we can hope).