We were recently browsing the 1st Dibs newsletter (we often skip it because it's too painful to lust after stuff so far out of reach) and came across a great article highlighting the style of Lisa Perry, a 'lover of all things mod' and known for her retro shift dresses and fashion lines. As we've seen, fashion and interiors often go hand in hand and we love seeing how her color block dresses can be translated into her own home's simple interior.
Sticking with monochromatic palettes, her home
has a backdrop of white with one color featured in each room: green, yellow, red and blue. We love how it helps to create visual space, looks fun and is pretty simple to decorate since the palette is so pared down. It's a great way to make a small space feel larger and simple always feels modern. What do you guys think? Anyone have a home like this?
See the whole little booklet on Lisa Perry, her home, her stores, her style, right here on First Dibs.