Pipes: Pipi pipes – Flowey x Teawood
Hamper: Blackwell decorative laundry hamper – Aria
Mirror: Deloros decorative wall mirror – Aria
Sink: Deloros bathroom vanity – Aria
Toiletries: Deloros – Aria , Isabella cosmetics – What next, Curling wand and flat iron – Floorplan, Nailpolish – Floorplan
Hanging robe: Deloros decorative silk robe – Aria
Tub: Deloros bathtub – Aria
Stool: Torino decorative bathroom stool – Aria
Curtains: Bathroom curtain – Bazar
Rugs: Black and white rugs – Kuro
Build: House on the cliff – Scarlet creative
I am so excited to share with you Interior & Spaces first open house for 2015! Interior & Spaces Home Design is a residential and commercial full service design firm (interior & exterior) established in 2014 by myself and design partner in crime Niki Silverweb. This year Niki’s workload increased and I took over the reigns as CEO and head designer. With strategic marketing and phenomenal exposure due to my Avi Choice nomination, my client list and projects exploded. It’s rare now that Niki & I have the opportunity to work on a sim build together. We would be honored to invite you to our East Meets West Open House from September 1st-4th!
Niki designed a striking luxurious Balinese tropical oasis fully submerged within the environment and raised it up on stilts with the sound of crashing waves in the distance. The Trompe Loeil Seaside Cottage is a wooden clapboard one room structure with broad overhangs and open veranda. For the sim build Niki added mature palm trees and rock walls to enclose the space. The veranda welcomes the visitor to a gorgeous home with multiple seating around the fire pit, views of the ocean and mountain region, and umbrella drinks ready at the bar. The one room cabana is divided into three separate areas: living room, dining room and bedroom suite. The interior of this sophisticated, well-appointed home is contemporary with a strong color palette of aqua, orange, lime and kahului in the living room reflecting island living at it’s best with vaulted ceilings and fans. Feast your eyes on all the tempting array of delicious delights presented before you on the buffet bar and dining table. Moving from the main quarters we enter a serene bedroom suite in a neutral palette of white linen and carved wood furnishings. In the bathroom area is a modern deep soaker tub. Potted tropical plants and flowers accessorize the cabana. Niki wanted to highlight Balinese decor with the guiding principles of nature, open areas, light and tropical luxury.
On the other side of the beach sim are three shacks all with different themes: Americana, Nautical and 80’s Neon Miami. These beach shacks are typical of California coastal living, small interiors with large porches and back decks. The Americana hut is decked out in Red, White & Blue, ready to celebrate with BBQ, picnic table and a smorgasbord of sweet treats. Or maybe you prefer sipping lemonade and watching the sun set, then the Nautical hut is for you. Complete with a bar, chill zone and tons of spots to relax. Grab your Ray-Bans and acid-washed jeans, head over to the 80’s neon Miami hut for all your Fiesta Forever dreams. This hut was designed with a colorful bedroom, party deck and watermelon themed front porch. I enjoyed creating these three different spaces and there’s something for everyone, so head over and check them out!
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On the eve of September’s The Arcade, I wanted to do up a little something for the kitchen.
Happy Sunday! According to the calendar, summer doesn’t end until September 23rd, so there’s plenty of time to enjoy! Grab your overnight bag, sunscreen and passport, we’re headed to Key West, Florida (USA). Key West is the southernmost city in the Continental United States, located 129 miles southwest of Miami, Florida, and 106 miles north-northeast of Havana, Cuba. Cuba, at its closest point, is 94 miles south. Key West is a small seaport city, total area 7.4 square miles and on the dividing line between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. It was also a hideaway for authors Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams. Key West is divided into four distinct areas: Old Town, Casa Marina, Mid-Town and New Town. With a tropical climate, similar to the Caribbean islands, the bright-colored historic homes (1886-1912) dotting Old Town called conch are wood-framed one or two-story structures built on foundation piers above the ground, with metal roofs, horizontal wood siding, and covered porches, attributed to immigrants from the Bahamas.
Some Key West design elements are bright colors, clean lines and minimal clutter with the focus on bringing the outdoors in as much as possible through the inclusion of large windows with minimal coverage and vibrant color selections that mimic the sand, sun and sea. It’s typical to see white furnishings with pops of bright-colored pillows or throws, louver shutters, natural fabrics, coastal art and accessories such as seashells, sailboats or sailfish in this laid-back tropical seaside oasis.
Tylar’s Treasures newest release Key West Collection at Perfect Ten is a tropical inspired living room collection, available for 50% off from September 1-15 (it’s out early). The collection includes aqua blue, lime green and crisp white animated rowboat chair and love seat, table lamps with sailboat decal, painted white coffee table and end table, paisley vase with lime twigs, turquoise bowl with floral, sailboat wall art and ceiling fan. To complete the styling, I incorporated nautical oars, jars filled with sand and shells, seashell art, potted palms, turquoise candle tray, shell rug, bench with aqua toss pillows, captain lanterns and Sway’s mason jar beach vignette with palm tree and animated bird & fish (@Fantasy Gacha Carnival 8/12-9/12). Tylar’s motto for laid back lifestyle printed on the pillows is “Sandy Toes & Salty Kisses,” so when transforming your home with the Florida Keys look use a vibrant color palette and remember “All you need is LOVE and the BEACH!”
Structure: Scarlet Creative, Petite Cabine
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