Archive for the ‘Romantic Styling’ Category


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It’s April and our showroom has recently had a little decor make over. We have introduced some fun and spring like pieces. Lots of clean linens, warm textures, and emerald greens. This is sure to inspire you. Come on in and talk to one of our designers about our furniture vendors and what we can offer you in new furnishings for any room in your home. Happy Spring from Eheart Interior Solutions.

Felicia Klein

Freshly Styled


Interior stylists–names like Glen Proebstel and Lotta Agaton–are some of my favorite go-to’s for design inspiration. They accomplish both marketing and art in one fell swoop, selling the idea that messy covers are chic and chipping paint is glamorous. Maybe what I love the most is the way the stylists make their spaces look worn-in and realistic, while boldly implementing whimsical details (white balloons never looked so beautiful, am I right?)

 (Styled by Lotta Agaton)

 (Styled by Lotta Agaton)

With summer around the corner, I’ve been consumed with imagery of bedrooms that look freshly abandoned–covers untucked and windows uncovered. The repetitive white and cobalt blue color palette stands clean and simple next to highly textured surfaces. The combination exudes something like quiet, carefree confidence, don’t you think?

 (Styled by Glen Proebstel)

(Styled by Glen Proebstel)

This spring, let an Eheart designer help you accomplish a fresh new look and feel for your bedroom.

Pamper Yourself In A Romantic Bath

There are many elements you can integrate into creating a romantic bathroom.  A romantic bath should make you feel special in every way.  From the moment you step onto the heated floor to the warmth of the water coming from the rain head in the shower to the long soak in the extra deep soaking tub. Hand help shower arms at the bathtub rim are also an added plus.

Romance can be created by the addition special details in the space itself or by adding accessories such as candles, soft window treatments, chairs, special towel holders, fresh flowers, dimmable lighting, special mirrors, beautiful rugs, fine art and all of the necessary functional amenities at your finger tips.

Use a sleek space as your back drop to create many romantic scenes.  Add red towels, soft window treatments, new and different fluffy rugs in unique colors by occasion or great spa scents accessible to the soaking tub.  You could also change the art on the art walls by occasion.  Let your imagination go wild in creating your romantic environment.

Have some fun creating your romantic bath and call us to implement your creation!

Defining a Style: Romantic Styling

For the month of February, what could be more appropriate than defining the Romantic Style?
 Collected.  The Romantic style is (or appears) collected over time.  It is characterized by detail and attention to the little things.  This image shows collected objects that work together because of the similar tonal value in the myriad of items.  Fun detailing, like carved decorative mouldings, adorn the chest and dressers.  Layering also is key to this style.  Different materials, textures, and surfaces unite to create a uniquely layered, cohesive feel.
 Tonality.  A sense of sameness in color tonal value marks this style, with faded textiles, feminine dove grays, and colors toned down enough to qualify as neutrals stealing the show.
 Nostalgia.  Antiqued furniture, heirloom quilts, and architectural details (like the wooden beams), take you back to simpler times.  Try furniture pieces with heirloom finishes, limed woods, hardwood with a vintage finish.

 Details.  Romantic styling includes stunning details, executed beautifully.  This dining room includes chair seats slip covered with ultra-femme ruffles.  Turned legs, limed caned chair backs, and beautiful candlesticks are reminiscent of this eye for detail.