Designing Travel Experiences Into Your Home: Sneak Peek at the Finishing Touches
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Designing Travel and Vacation Experiences Into Your Interior
We have such unique experiences when we vacation and travel, why not incorporate some of those experiences into our daily life at home? One of the last things to be installed are the finishing touches, although as interior designers we have been thinking about the details from the very start of the project. There are many ways to design travel and vacation experiences into your interior. Fabrics, ceramics, and artwork are just a few. Take a peek at how we brought a little bit of a tropical vacation experience into our clients St. Paul home.
This colorful pattern is a great way to add a touch of tropical inspiration to the living room. Perfect for pillows! The variety of plants and bird feathers make up a really cool pattern. We love the bright color palette and embroidery.
The right pillow fabric adds just a touch of tropical inspiration to our overall classic mix of materials
The repeating pattern of this fabric is reminiscent of a tropical motif. The monochromatic neutral color is a quieter, subtler backdrop and makes a great window treatment for the office.
The scale of our neutral motif fabric blends in with our calmer material palette in the office. Mixing in just a touch of this pattern adds a tropical feel in a subtle way
The organic shapes of these locally made ceramic sculptures are a fun way to add interest to the dining room
To add a touch of vacation experience in the bedroom we started with a calming blue color palette, and then imagined an ocean waves concept a bit more literal. We commissioned a local artist Jen Possis to create a painting of the ocean. We also found a piece from another local artist Cameron Zebrun that is reminiscent of ocean waves painted on wood that is shaped like a surf board...