(Closed) Interior Stylist (or those who have a good eye for vision)

posted 3 years ago in Home
Post # 2
Hostess
8140 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

Natural woods are always home-y and natural feeling. Natural to me means organic in material and also shape. The bases you posted are very pointy, so thats a bit modern, but it could go with the table top. I agree the harvest is very rustic, although rustic does look nice mixed with more contemporaty stuff like chairs and lighting.  🙂

Post # 3
Member
37 posts
Newbee

Architecture student here- I think the easiest way to mix your two styles would be to use some organic-feeling materials, but stick to modern and minimalistic shapes. This is my own personal style, so I may be biased, but I think it works really well. The draw of the black and white modernism is due partly to its elegant simplicity. So my advice is to just keep things as simple as possible. Look for pieces that showcase the natural beauty of the materials they are made out of. An added benefit of doing an in-between style is that it shouldn’t feel quite as dated as an extreme style later on. Hope this helps!

P.S. Those table bases are awesome, and should look great with a wood top. 

 

Post # 4
Member
14702 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I’ve seen two different types of edges called live edge. I had one of the more rustic raw wood types and hated it. It caught every piece of dust, was difficult to clean and after a while looked awful. I’ve seen the other type online and would have much more preferred it. It would look amazing with those table bases! 

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