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January 2021

Found 4 blog entries for January 2021.

West Elm just released its Spring 2021 Lookbook and it provides all of the design candy you’ll need for the increased time most of us are spending at home these days. The collection heavily emphasizes soothing, neutral hues, offering a welcome dose of calm in these turbulent times, as well as understated silhouettes that will complement a wide variety of aesthetics.  

You’ll also find a sleek collection of Scandinavian-inspired designs paired with handcrafted artisan accents that will elevate any look with a layered, worldly feel. 

Whether you’re planning to give your home a major update or you’re seeking a simple refresher, these gorgeous picks from the brand’s collection will ensure you do it in style. 

 

Calgary Tiered Bookshelf, $999

calgary tiered bookshelf west elm

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According to an exclusive Architectural Digest article, the largest home in the world, and the most expensive home in the U.S., is officially on the market. Dubbed “The One,” the high-priced estate is expected to sell for a casual $350 million. 

Developed by owner Nile Niami with architect Paul McClean, the 105,000-square-foot estate has taken almost a decade to ideate, design, and develop. It sits on five acres of land in the exclusive Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, and it has everything you’d expect from its enormous price tag.

A 400-foot jogging track surrounds the property, along with a three-sided moat, because what’s the point of being rich if you can’t have a moat? But the moat is just the tip of

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Dutch architectural firm OMA is working on an innovative underwater sculpture park for Miami Beach. Entitled the ReefLine, the installation is intended to both raise awareness for and combat the effects of climate change all the while bolstering Miami’s already-thriving arts scene. 

Shohei Shigematsu, who heads OMA’s New York office, will lead the project in collaboration with a team of experts, including researchers, coastal engineers, architects, and biologists. 

the reefline underwater sculpture park
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The sculpture park will include a series of geometric concrete modules placed approximately 20 feet under water and spanning seven miles, beginning from South Beach. The structures are made from materials approved for artificial reef deployment,

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If you’re like many of us who are hoping that 2021 will be a little bit (or a lot) brighter than 2020, then consider investing in an interior update, which is a great way to set the tone for the new year. 

Not sure where to start? Etsy has you covered. Each year, Etsy releases its Year in Review, comparing data from searches on its site in the last three months to search data from the same time the year prior. The results give a great indication of interior trends you can expect to see in the coming months, as well as plenty of inspiration for your own interior refresher. 

Check out the interior trends from the report, accompanied by ways to bring the trend home below. 

 

Sky Blue

sky blue vases

Given the year many of us have had, it’s no surprise

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