Alice Lane’s Top Pins of 2016
Alice Lane’s designers always have a tab open on Pinterest for inspiration, and Pinterest is also a space where Alice Lane can share our creative work too! So as we reflected on the year of 2016, we decided to share this year’s highlights via a list of Alice Lane’s top pins for 2016. Be sure to follow Alice Lane and our interior design boards on Pinterest.
Alice Lane likes to flex our design muscles, and this year we published our Modern Glass House in Utah Style and Design. The highlight? These customized front doors. Source: Alice Lane
We’re crazy for Sara Story’s living room remodel. As the design pays homage to the home’s Victorian frame through an elegant side chair and pendant lights, the room is also fresh and inviting with a snug sectional and buttercream drapery. Source: Architectural Digest
What do you do with those tiny, awkward spaces in historic home? Well this pink office is a perfect example of how bold walls transform small spaces. The accents of gold bring glamour and sophistication to this little office, and the hide rug and grey fabric on the Lucite stool grounds the room. Source: Alice Lane
We are in love this sleek and warm kitchen designed by Betsy Brown. The clean lines of the hood and marble waterfall on the kitchen island form a simple and minimalist aesthetic, which is paired with the warmth of a more traditional and rustic wood table. Source: La Dolce Vita Blog
Emily Jackson’s closet is every fashion blogger’s dream! A chandelier, which we imagine adorning a small dressing room at Versailles, hangs dramatically above a customized dresser. Sigh…that dresser. We can’t get over the mixture of hardware and concentric square millwork. Source: Alice Lane
Perhaps one of our favorite rooms of the year is Kourtney Kardashian’s guest room. It’s effortless style. We applaud the mixture of textures: the woolly geometric rug, the fluffy fur throw, and the sleek table lamp. Source: Architectural Digest
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