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Take It Home: John Salt Style

If you’ve been browsing any one of the Rethink team member’s Pinterest boards this week, it’s no secret we’re swooning over the latest and greatest in contemporary restaurant design. While some may consider collecting (hoarding) images upon images of exposed concrete floors and rustic farmhouse tables only useful for commercial applications, we’re here to show you how these dining gems can translate into your very own kitchen at home. Today’s restaurant inspiration comes from a warm and cozy neighborhood bar in London: John Salt. We love the layered look of industrial materials mixed in with simple white walls and a few tongue-in-cheek graphic elements. To mimic the cozy yet effortless style of this UK restaurant remodel, we’ve pulled together a few of the basic design elements that will have you setting lunch dates with the Queen herself in no time. See more of John Salt at Remodelista. …

Artist Spotlight: Izzy Hudgins

You’ve had a chance to meet Izzy Hudgins in yesterday’s post and now you have the pleasure of seeing how a piece from her latest series Gothic Romance translates into an interior space. We love the soft blush hues mixed with moody jewel tones and knew this was the perfect recipe for an intimate bedroom setting. In case you missed it, read more about what inspires Izzy here. 1. Set the mood in your private quarters with this whimsical wallpaper. The hushed plum tones are accented with hints of pale pink and moody greens to leave your accent wall looking both dark and feminine at the same time. 2.  Day dream to the scenes of Gothic Romance in this delicate canopy bed by (none other than) Anthropologie. Too much drama for your romantic estate? The canopy is optional and leaves this wrought iron bed a simple and versatile addition to any…

Artist Spotlight: Izzy Hudgins

This post is the second of a new series here on the Rethink blog: Artist Spotlight. As Savannah continues to nurture a strong creative community, what better way to celebrate and support our neighbors than to use their work as inspiration for interiors? Today we bring you into the life and work of local photographer Izzy Hudgins. If you’re a big Rethink fan, you’ve seen us feature her work in the Gentleman’s Club party which we can’t stop browsing through again and again. Izzy has recently finished a (never before seen) shoot entitled Gothic Romance that’s filled with moody portraits and wonderfully morbid scenery. Check out some of her latest work along with a closer look into the life of a local Savannah creative below: ARTIST Q&A: Izzy Hudgins How did you get into photography? I started photography in high school and it quickly became my passion.  Taking pictures of people is…

Artist Spotlight: Katherine Sandoz

This post is part of a new series here on the Rethink blog called “Artist Spotlight” where we celebrate and support local Savannah creatives by using them as inspiration for interiors. Today we are celebrating, supporting, and just plain eye-oggling over the work of local artist Katherine Sandoz. Her newest series (overpass), as discussed in yesterday’s blog post, features a lovely piece of work entitled (overpass) from robin road which we just had to place next to a few of our “imaginary interiors.” Below we have paired (overpass) from robin road with two completely different styled spaces – one is light, chic, and feminine, and the other is moody, grounded and a bit more masculine. Which space would you like to admire Katherine’s work in? Learn more about Katherine Sandoz in this exclusive interview. Look 1 1. The clean, playful lines of West Elm’s bliss sofa allow for true versatility…

Best In Show: From Bash to Bedroom

As we have mentioned in previous blog and Facebook posts, we had the pleasure of providing the event concept and decor for Savannah Magazine’s annual Best of Savannah Party. With such positive feedback, we thought it would be a fun challenge to transform the Best In Show decor into practical style for the home. See below how we took cheeky high class society and turned it into a fabulous look for the bedroom:   1. We love how this Louis Four Poster bed by REEVES design gives a taste of the ornate without being too pompous. Whether your taste is more traditional or modern, this bed can handle being dressed in any style as the white frame allows total versatility. 2. Keep a taste of the Best In Show garden feel right at home with this moss terrarium. Mix and match air-friendly plants with neutral stones for a low-maintenance country…

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