We live in California, so it's hard to hate on the weather here, but we sure are glad that it's warming up just the way we like it. To celebrate spring being here, we're rounding up some of our favorite outdoors moments, earthly materials and tips on how to bring the outside in.
Floral + Landscape Wallpaper
Our love for dramatic paper knows no bounds. This is a great way to influence your interior and make amazing impact. Rather the pattern is subtle and abstract or obvious and bold, we know that florals and leaves are timeless and will make your home feel more complete.
Photo 1: Kenwood Estates Project - photographed by Chad Mellon
Photo 2: Fullerton Hills Project - photographed by Ryan Garvin
Sometimes the easiest way to jump into Spring, is to pick an earthly color palette and introduce it to your home. Make sure to have fun with it! We painted all of the walls a deep forest green and matched the ceiling with a vinyl grass cloth that feels natural and textured.
KCID INSIDER: Lindsay was quoted on Oprah Daily giving tips on welcoming Spring. Check out the article here!
Fullerton Hills Project - photographed by Ryan Garvin
Show off (or fake) your Green Thumb!
The obvious way to celebrate the new growth of Spring, is to sprinkle it's beautiful foliage throughout your interior. We love to use the natural beauty of greenery to liven up any space that we're working in. Whether you have you have the greenest of green thumbs or you struggle to keep your plants green at all, there's a solution for you. We love to incorporate high end silk plants with the real ones, so that we get the look without all of the hassle. Shop some of our other favorite large trees below!
Photo 1: San Juan Hills Project - Photographed by Ryan Garvin
Photo 2: Huntington Harbor Project - Photographed by Mellon Studio
Get The Look
Spring time always reminds us of growth and we've been hard at work growing our team and getting the work done. We love to hear from you guys, so make sure you're following on Instagram and continue to like, share and comment.
Until next time!