Justina Stein is an interior-designer-turned-entrepreneur in the Interior Décor industry. Through her company, InteriorDecorandMore.com, she has combined her artistic sense with the business world to bring first quality designer fabrics, wallcoverings, and accessories to the general public
For decades, pastel colors got a bad rap for their association with Nurseries, Easter Dresses, and the Good Old 1980's.. Fortunately, they've regained their footing as a go-to palette for the design world. And when it comes to home decor, pastels now rank right up there with metallics for popular choices.
Remember the days when you had to declare yourself a gold or silver person? When rooms had to choose their metallic preference and stick to it? Each and every piece of hardware, fixture and framing had to match perfectly because – heaven forbid – you’d be at risk of clashing. Those days are over with more and more interior designers proving that mixed metallics can be just as stylish.
As some of you may know, in addition to running this oh-so-fabulous blog, I am also an interior designer and an online home decor retailer.I have recently found myself drawn to the world of photos on Instagram that display one of my favorite colors as of late: pink. Not just any pink, but that lovely, Spring-like blush pink. Although the official color of 2016, it seems as though blush (or "rose quartz") is here to stay, permeating into everything from fashion to decor.