The pine-beamed family room, and classic Martha’s Vineyard finishing touches such as a 19th century whaling-boat model and wicker chairs makes for a homey, warm feeling throughout.
An apartment overlooking Central Park? Count me in. Alina Cho’s New York City home is filled with colors and bold prints, incredible art, and it fits right in with her motto “I love to be happy, and I want to be surrounded by things that make me happy” stated in her interview for Elle Decor back in 2018. I couldn’t agree more. PS: The apartment is also pre-war (screams of excitement.)
Marisa Berenson’s Marrakech home is furnished and designed so brilliantly and colorfully, and it’s definitely something that gives me joy looking at during these unfortunate times. When Berenson first saw the home “it was completely abandoned” where she states in the full article over on Elle Decor. From Venetian sofas to gold taffeta curtains and special treasures, the space she’s created is magical.
Now more than ever is a great time to make your home a happy, welcoming place for yourself. With more people starting to work from home and schools closing down, you’re going to be spending more time in your home. Lifting your spirits and making yourself feel more motivated to get things done may be harder now being at home, but to make things easier, make your surroundings inspiring through spring decor.