AMBER LEWIS’ BEAUTIFUL LOS ANGELES HOME

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Amber Lewis’ home is the perfect example of how to add colors and different patterns without creating an overwhelming effect. Her style is bright, fun, relaxing and has a bohemian chic vibe. You can see her personality reflected in her home, which I think is important when designing an interior. Amber Lewis is the owner and designer of Amber Interiors, a residential design firm assisting clients with decorating and designing their homes. At the end of this post you can find product suggestions for creating a similar look. Some of Amber’s designs are also included in this selection.

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Image credits: images by Bryce Covey | via Style Me Pretty.

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Similar kilim rugs in traditional diamond pattern: 1. | 2. | 3. | 4. More rugs in various colors and patterns can be found here and here.

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Shop this style: 1. cushion made from vintage Chinese fabric | 2. copper star pendant | 3. kilim cushion | 4. IKEA garden chair | 5. ikat cushion | 6. cushion made from vintage Chinese fabric | 7. copper star table lamp | 8. batik cushion | 9. Moroccan wedding blanket.

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4 Responses to AMBER LEWIS’ BEAUTIFUL LOS ANGELES HOME

  1. this is such a great example of a minimal home WITH color! and your products suggestions are so useful! thank you!

  2. lovely – so bright and colourful.

  3. Hi There! Thanks for this post. I am so glad you found ways to “get the look” . I also sell these Kilim rugs on my Shoppe and ship worldwide!
    Woohoo!
    shoppe.amberinteriordesign.com

  4. I love this space! I was wondering if you had information on where the sofa from the living room could be found?

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