The DuPree Team looking splendid as always!
The DuPree Team would like to invite you to join The DuPree Team at our new Maplewood Isle listing on Wednesday February 13th 2019 from 4:00PM thru 6:00PM. We will have hors d'oeuvres and vino for you to enjoy as we tour you through this one of a kind home in the heart of Coral Springs.
Space is limited so please RSVP by replying to this email, clicking the link below or calling us at 1-833-2-DUPREE!
Want to know more about this home before you come? Check out the listing HERE!
Thank you for taking the time to read our email and we look forward to seeing you at the at the open!
Looking forward to meeting you!
- Josh Logan
- Vicki Smith Flyth
Interiors from Chango & Co
I recently discovered this beautiful home designed by Alyssa Kapito Interiors and I was taken aback by how effortless the large black and white abstract art work looked with the simple and cozy home decor. Incorporating artwork in your home decor is very personal and can also be tricky! Its important to not overcrowd all the walls in your home with art, unless you absolutely love each and every art piece. If your having a hard time committing to artwork and are tired of seeing the walls in your home bare, i recommended installing some black and white pieces, whether they are are abstract sketches or black and white photos.
Interior from Alyssa Kapito Interiors
There's nothing like being on a beach vacation surrounded by sand, water, and tropical plants. The decor of your home should always incorporate items and a mood that gives you feelings of joy, peace, and relaxation. Today I am sharing interiors that incorporate coastal design elements in a subtle way.
This bedroom from Design Villa gives that instant vacation relaxation feel. You can almost hear and smell the ocean breeze. The design feels unique and coastal with the focal point on the blue coral artwork combined with Morroccan style patterns and textures. The key to not making a design style too themed like is incorporating subtle accents of different styles.
This Living room via Home Bunch is a serene balance of white and tan textures…
Bedroom from Gallerie B Interiors
The color Psychology on the color blue proves that if you want to add a bold look to your bedroom, blue is the way to go. The color blue is one of the most commonly liked due to its positive aspects. Studies shown that the color blue induces calmness, clarity, and inner serenity. It can lower the heart rate and even improve creativity! Enjoy these beautiful and bold bedrooms that would be so comfortable to curl up in.
Bedroom via Domino Magazine
Bedroom via Domino Magazine
Bedroom via Apartment Therapy
Do you love a classic white and timeless kitchen as much as I do? Colors and patterns are a blast to incorporate in your home but sometimes a design style just calls for a classic white kitchen. I'm breaking down the design details on finishes that will keep a crisp white kitchen feeling warm and cozy.
Starting off with the white cabinets, the key is to select a cabinet style that incorporates some type of paneling or molding detail. One of my favorites is a classic shaker style door.
Kitchen via Kae L Interiors
Next up are the countertops. To keep the fresh & light look, you'll want to choose a slab material that the majority of the coloring is white or light gray with contrasting veining. Try to avoid using a solid white countertop as it…
Have fun when selecting your kitchen backsplash! Don't get me wrong, I love the classic marble subway tiled backsplash but there are so many fun patterns, textures, and colors of mosaic tiles to incorporate in your kitchen! Today's feature are kitchens with a bold backsplash while maintaining a calm and fresh feel. And if your not feeling a bold backsplash, be sure to check back next week and for more simple and timeless options. Happy Friday and enjoy!
Designer, Jennifer Muirhead, shows how to go bold in pattern and calming on color with this inspired Cuban tile backsplash.
Image via Pinterest
The bold tile can also just be an accent in your kitchen. At the stove wall or near the sink is a great location for featuring a fun mosaic…
Image via Pinterest
This years color trend is Sage Green. After many years of grey's, white's, and taupe's being the classic neutral color to incorporate in your home, this sage green color acts as the perfect blend for adding a touch of color to your home that is still soft, serene, and timeless.
Now colors affect us in some many ways. The psychology color theory behind the green is even more of a reason to blend this color trend in your home. As the color green symbolizes nature, it instills a very tranquil and calming effect on us. So here's a color that helps relieve stress AND represents good luck.
I've gathered up some beautiful homes to share that feature sage green from accent walls, interior doors, to kitchen cabinets.