The Importance of Comfort in Bathroom Design

A Home So Comfortable It Feels Like Family

It's no secret that florian papp rub is a great designer and has an eye for detail. What you might not know, however, is what florian papp rub means. Florian Papp Rub was created by florian papp in collaboration with his wife Julie from their home office in Portland, Oregon. This husband-and-wife design team wanted to create something new and different - they're the kind of people who would rather do things themselves than outsource work to someone else. And so florian papp rub was born!

When florian papp rub was invited to design the interior of a new apartment in Budapest, he wanted it to feel like home. What he came up with is more than just an apartment - it's a family home. This blog post will talk about how florian papp rub managed to achieve this by designing spaces that are both comfortable and stylish. A space that feels comfortable and welcoming, but doesn’t sacrifice style or creativity. It can be as formal as you want it to be, so long as there are places for everyone to sit down and put their feet up.


Burnham Design, Santa Monica, California

When Betsy Burnham was tasked with decorating a 1930s home for longtime clients, she wanted to make the most of the traditional space by using textiles and furnishings that had an eclectic feel. Quadrille wallpaper in neutral colors like beige, cream and light brown contrasted beautifully with bohemian-style pottery (LAWSON-FENNING) as well as geometric tramp art mirrors from France. To add some classical touches, VINTAGE FRENCH CHAIRS were chosen along with Qashqai rugs. The result is a space where modern meets vintage within a relaxed atmosphere--perfect for entertaining or relaxing at home!

Betsy Burnham is an expert at creating classic spaces with a relaxed feel. One of her best projects was in the entryway of this 1930s home belonging to longtime clients. For this space, she wanted to use a bold wallpaper that was still appropriate for a traditional home and settled on Quadrille print that reminded her of bohemian textiles. The decorator added pottery from Lawson-Fenning, an IKAT pillow and tramp art mirror to add more eclectic flair while keeping things classical thanks to VINTAGE FRENCH CHAIRS and Qashqai rug."

Brock Schmidt & Coleman, New York City

The Fifth Avenue apartment is a perfect example of how traditional craftsmanship and detailing can be combined with modern design to create the ultimate living space. Coupled with an eye for detail, this mix-and-match approach will result in a home that reflects your personality and style while still paying homage to its history. Have you considered combining tradition and modernity in your own home? If so, we’d love to hear about it! Please reach out if you need any help.

The color scheme of the Fifth Avenue apartment is established by its grand entry, which features grisaille wallpaper, black and white marble flooring and a vivid green MAISON JANSEN–inspired settee. In the center of the room, an ethereal 1940s chandelier from John Salibellio hovers over a mahogany Regency table from Lee Calicchio.

Nickey Kehoe, Venice, California

If you’re looking to create a living room that feels like home, one of the first things you need is furniture. Using bright green velvet on their own NK Modern Lounge sofa was bold move for this family and helped guide them throughout the rest of the space. The entire design process also sought balance between refinement and livability with durable kilim, rounded coffee table, and petite stool from ORANGE.

NICKEY KEHOE is a Los Angeles design firm and shop that offers advice on how to achieve the perfect balance between refinement and livability. If you’re looking for help in designing your living room, give them a call!

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Matthew Patrick Smyth, New York City

MATTHEW PATRICK SMYTH and 1stdibs have created a space that will help you feel at home without sacrificing your personal style. If you’re looking for an eclectic mix of antique pieces, modern artwork and accessories that will make your house stand out this holiday season or year-round, then head over to the Holiday House showcase in New York now! We hope we can provide some inspiration as you look to furnish your living spaces with items from our curated collections. What do you think about how Matthew Patrick Smyth mixed antique furniture with contemporary art? 

For this Holiday House, Smyth mixed antique pieces with modern artwork and accessories in such a natural way that it appeared as if the room’s urbane owner had just stepped out for a walk. Nearly everything in the space was sourced from 1stdibs, including the EMILIA DUBICKI painting above the sofa, from FRED GIAMPIETRO; the REGENCY SIDE CHAIRS, from DAVID DUNCAN ANTIQUES; and French bronze globe chandelier and contemporary coffee table.

Elizabeth Roberts, Brooklyn

Elizabeth Roberts has created a stunning loft for Ted Lee and E.V Day that is perfect for entertaining, living in or even selling as an open space studio. If you are looking to revamp your own home with some new furniture pieces but don’t know where to start, contact us today! We can help find the right furnishings (or anything else) for your next project. Contact our team of experts today at 877-811-2800!

We have a talented team of designers who can help you create an atmosphere that perfectly matches your style. Contact us today to find out how we can transform the living space in your home into something beautiful and functional for you!

Suzanne Rheinstein, Marin County, California

Suzanne Rheinstein’s design philosophy is a great example of how to use one color. When she commits, she does it all the way! The verdant green dining room with hand-painted wallpaper and mahogany Georgian sideboard are perfect examples of this designer's commitment to using only one single color. If you're looking for ways to spice up your space without committing too much money or time, try out some of these ideas from Suzanne on the power of choosing just one color in any area of your home.

If you have a long-standing commitment to neutrals, but want to add some color in your home, consider painting or adding wallpaper. You can experiment with the colors and design elements that speak most to you without committing wholeheartedly. Suzanne’s dining room is one of my favorite rooms because it combines so many different textures and patterns into a cohesive whole. What are your thoughts on this style?

Kristen Buckingham, Ojai, California

In a time where celebrity culture is saturated with high-maintenance lifestyles, it's refreshing to see Reese Witherspoon opting for an easygoing country home. And thanks to Kristen Buckingham of KRISTEN BUCKINGHAM DESIGN and her knack for balancing architectural elements from the original Wallace Neff design (stucco walls, exposed beams) with European antiques and rustic accessories, this 1920s ranch has been transformed into a comfortable family house that reflects their personalities without compromising its grandeur. So if you're looking for some inspo on how to balance style and function in your own space—look no further than Reese Witherspoon’s Ojai Ranch!

Reese Witherspoon’s home is a testament to the fact that organic and natural doesn't have to be boring. If you're looking for an updated take on traditional design, Kristen Buckingham's work might be just what you need. Contact us today for more information about our marketing services - we can help make your space as beautiful as it needs to be!

Geremia Design, San Francisco

LAUREN GEREMIA’s work is the perfect example of how a designer can take inspiration from one element and then transform it into something that feels fresh, new, and exciting. If you want to design your space with an eclectic vibe but still have some cohesion in terms of style, look no further than this San Francisco kitchen for ideas on how to create a cohesive yet unique aesthetic.

The new kitchen is a unique space that's sure to be the focal point of any dinner party. If you're looking for a designer who will create an elegant, moody environment with bespoke work, Lauren Geremia has been featured in Dwell and Elle Decor magazines as well as on HGTV! Contact her today at 415-818-7134 or email if you want more information about how she can design your next project.

Nathan Turner, Los Angeles

Interestingly, Stanistreet’s mother is a painter and the blue-toned guest bedroom was her idea. “The room feels like home to me,” he says of his favorite space in the house. The color scheme choice not only reflects what she likes but also serves as an homage to her artistry. It has been said that humans have six senses: touch, taste, smell, sight (or vision), hearing (or audition) and balance (equilibrioception). There are theories about how each one can be stimulated through design or architecture with varying degrees of success for different people depending on their sensory preferences. For example some may prefer bright colors while others will gravitate toward muted tones;

Nathan Turner’s design for the home of Eric Stanistreet is a perfect example of how to create spaces that look great without pretense and are super-comfortable. The Old West, hacienda-like feel that pervades the space softens in the guest bedroom, which is done in shades of blue, his favorite color from childhood.

Timothy Corrigan, Loire Valley, France

The Grand-Lucé’s transformation from a TB sanitarium to an exclusive getaway is the perfect example of how historical buildings can be reinterpreted for modern purposes. If you have a historic property that needs some TLC, or are considering investing in one, contact us at 844-722-0596 and let’s discuss your options. We would love to help transform your old home into something new - with all the character it deserves! What do you think about this renovation? Do you think these changes were worth it? Let me know below by leaving a comment on our blog post.

Conclusion paragraph: The Château du Grand-Lucé is a historic building with plenty of history. It's also beautiful and luxurious, making for the perfect getaway destination to escape from modern day living. If you're looking for an authentic experience in France where you can indulge yourself while getting away from it all, this may be just what your doctor ordered! Contact our concierge service today to learn more about how we can help make your dream trip come true!

Nicole Hollis, Seattle

If you are looking for a way to make your hotel stand out, consider the balance between old and new. This is what made Seattle’s Palladian Hotel so special when it opened last year. By embracing an Old World look that complemented the landmarked 1910 building while also adding modern touches like industrial details or materials such as leather, wood, marble, brass in bathrooms- this hotel was able to capture both classic elegance with contemporary style. Do you have any questions about how you can use these principles in your own design? Let us know! We would love to help bring your vision into reality by creating custom furniture pieces or designing other aspects of interior spaces according to our clients' needs.

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to stay in a hotel, or even just walked by one on your way through town, chances are you know what it feels like to be surrounded by luxury. But have you ever stopped for more than a second and thought about designing that space? The design of hotels is an art form unto itself with many considerations taken into account when creating the perfect aesthetic. One such consideration that can often go overlooked is embracing changing trends - especially if they relate to sustainability or local culture. Will this type of thinking continue as new hotels open up around Seattle? We'll have to wait and see!

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