Maybe you bring in something that's 'grand and oversized,' said Devin Shaffer, lead interior designer at Decorilla Online Interior Design. For a living room, think 'big sofas and a big coffee table with fresh flowers to go with it. I feel like this could still work as a classic touch to a living room, especially for big families, or someone who simply loves a chunky sofa.'
“The dramatic pitch of the roof lends itself to an equally dramatic interior,” says designer Devin Shaffer, of Decorilla. “A typical chalet interior will have finishes that blend polished materials with rustic wood elements. No matter where a chalet is located, if you balance the rustic with the luxe, you’ll master the look!”
Devin Shaffer, lead interior designer at Decorilla in San Francisco, acknowledges that kitchen pantry spaces can be some of the most challenging projects for interior designers to work on—mainly because storage and function come first, and style, second. That said, Shaffer doesn’t despair upon tackling these areas, which have the power to host the most clever and creative design in the home. “It’s amazing what’s possible,” Shaffer says. “Even the tiniest pantry can be functional and gorgeous when you strategically design it.”
For a velvet duvet cover with a bit more texture, try this one that comes recommended by Decorilla design expert Devin Shaffer, who calls its crushed (not smooth) fabrication “avant garde.” The finish, he explains, adds makes it a bit more luxe and glamorous. Made from a viscose blend with cotton backing, the duvet cover is available in eight shades including blush, stone, blue, and platinum — and also comes with two matching shams.