I'm one of many fans of Ron Marvin's design aesthetic. His work is proof that it's possible to design a masculine space without sacrificing style. Take the room pictured left: no bright colors, nothing over the top but still both attractive and practical. One thing that I noticed right away, and that I've brought up several times before, is the mix of materials to create visual interest. Here you've got glass, metal, wool, wood and faux fur (just on the pillow) all in neutral tones. Lonny magazine has more of Ron Marvin's styling tips in their current issue.
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Many blog entries have been devoted to Nancy Meyers and her beautiful interiors for films. She's the writer and director behind movies such as "Something's Gotta Give" "The Holiday" and "It's Complicated," among others. Who wouldn't want the beach house from "Something's Gotta Give"? (Though I do still wish there were more images from the character Harry's Manhattan apartment--so chic!) I found a short but insightful interview with her in Elle Decor which explains her thinking behind the interior desi
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