Interior Design: The New Casual

Looking for the latest in casual style?!  Here’s the latest interpretations from different designers and manufacturers around the world.

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Casual kitchen by designers Bonesteel and Trout on Cultivate

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As you can see, design has progressed towards a more organic undecorated relaxed look that makes you feel right at home.  Some of the ways we as interior designers accomplish this look is through layering materials of varying textures, using organic products/design, keeping simpler lines, and leaning toward a more undecorated  look such as the asymmetrical pillow layout on the striped sofa below..

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William Yeoward's new Manton collection available through Osborne & LIttle

 

For more great tips on how to create a casual look including sandblasted granite, don’t miss Living Large this Sunday at 10AM CST on News Radio 98.1FM and 980AM KBMZ (also streams live on kmbz.com) as I interview nationally known interior designer Charles Allem who created this beautiful island style design below.

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Design by Charles Allem

And if you’re looking for outdoor living design ideas, tune into Living Large with Karen Mills this Saturday at 10:30AM CST as I speak with DIY Network’s Billy Derian about design tips for outdoor spaces.

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