At Joybird, we are always interested to see how interior design takes shape in different areas around the country and world. Trends in this industry don’t exist inside a vacuum, so it’s a given that each state of the U.S. is different when it comes to style. Usually, these styles are influenced by the environment […]
When Angie Johnson, the designer behind to popular brand Norwegian Wood, and her husband moved into their first home together in Los Angeles, they saw an opportunity to design the guest room of their dreams. They wanted to experiment with color, texture, and different styles but didn’t necessarily want to commit to a set design. […]
In our 2019 Interior Design Trends post, we outlined 10 trends to look out for and, potentially, incorporate into your home throughout this year. We love these trends so much that we want to take a closer look at one in particular – mid-century modern. Mid-century modern design is our constant muse when we are […]
Pantone, the world-renowned color matching system, has named their color of the year for 2019: Pantone 16-1546, Living Coral. At Joybird, we have our own version of Living Coral – Key Largo Coral. Key Largo Coral is often described as vibrant, lively, brilliant, and dynamic, and it’s predicted to have a huge influence on the design landscape throughout […]
Christmastime is here! If you haven’t already, it’s time to find the perfect holiday decorations that will simultaneously show off your style and complement your existing home decor. But, instead of using the standard tinsel, it may be time to consider finding more modern ways decorate for the holidays. Think about it – you’re home-decor style […]
Decorating your home is an exciting way to breathe fresh life into your space. Once you get to your living room, you’ll probably get a huge sense of accomplishment that the big stuff is done. And then you look at your empty coffee table and realize something’s missing. Decorating a coffee table can be that […]
Designing with dark colors can be a bit of a leap for most people. Where white walls feel time-tested and comfortable, designing dark can feel like a huge commitment and even a little risky. But when done right, a dark color palette can lend sophistication, mystique and even a calming vibe to your home.