Though nearly the entire interior of my house, Wolfgang Manor is comprised of black and white, small dashes of red are scattered throughout to add a lively sense of energy. I tend to collage images into my Decor Notebook primarily by color since so many other components of my life are also color-driven including my books, clothing, and shoes. When people ask me for organizational tips, I always say that you have to develop an individualized system that works for you — color just happens to be my self-prescribed method to keep the madness in check.
Collaged walls don’t have to be a forgotten relic of our teenage bedrooms as these scans from my Decor Notebook demonstrate. When images are organized in a grid or arranged on a black wall, the look becomes much more refined and grown up.
Some of my favorite decor touches: Black walls, a dash of damask and spaces that have a touch of drama but aren’t too fussy. View more pages from the Decor Notebook set on Flickr.
How about a super-sized dose of bright green to kick-start the first official day of Summer? View more pages from the Decor Notebook set on Flickr.
Nothing is cheerier than glossy, cherry red. View more pages from the Decor Notebook set on Flickr.
I’ve been in total home improvement mode lately and the collection of house decor-related images that I collect for inspiration are collaged into the Decor Notebook. Here are some of my favorite black and white pages — I’ll have many more (with tons of color!) to share with you in the upcoming weeks.
View more pages from the Decor Notebook set on Flickr.
♥ Controlled Chaos!
+ the Decor Notebook set on Flickr.
Both of these pictures were taken from Domino magazine at different times, but I really love the controlled arrangement of so many images. Particularly notable is the first picture, a shot of Gwen Stefani’s New York office. The crisp, inspirational print-outs are arranged just so, but not too perfect.