Picture This Interior
For the second annual Shutterfly by Design, the digital imaging products and services company partnered with Olivia Palermo, Brit Morin and Michelle Workman. Each of the three designers were given a space within a New York loft-style apartment to decorate using Shutterfly products. Adjoining spaces where designed by Shutterfly’s design team including bloggers Kim Stoegbauer from The Tomkat Studio and Jennifer Hadfield from Tatertots and Jello. Each space featured Shutterfly’s full-range of customizable photo products, including metal prints, wood wall art, glass prints, decorative pillows, decals, dishware, table runners, blankets, and more.
Brit Morin, DIY expert and founder and CEO of Brit + Co., created a modern living room by pairing solid, neutral mid-century furniture with cheerful pops of color, geometric patterns, bright photography, and a myriad of textures. She produced a cohesive design by repeating bold patterns and color palettes throughout the room. Morin also incorporated a number of unique do-it-yourself projects that transformed everyday materials and furnishings into eye-catching works of art, including a coffee table made with Shutterfly’s wood wall art and a wall transformed with one-of-a-kind Shutterfly decals.
Michelle Workman, considered one of interior design’s top tastemakers, who’s put her stamp on the homes of Hollywood A-listers (Jennifer Lopez, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley), top Silicon Valley execs and Manhattan philanthropists – created an elegant and sophisticated living space. She paired rich, dark colors with bright reds and pinks for a unique juxtaposition. Workman added her own flare to the space by mixing traditional furniture with rich patterns, Chinoiserie imagery, and faux wallpaper created with Shutterfly’s acrylic prints for a dramatic and attention-grabbing effect.
Olivia Palermo, internationally-recognized fashion insider and entrepreneur, seamlessly incorporated her fashion-forward sense of style into the interior design space with a muted color palette, gold accents and sleek silhouettes for an all-around contemporary feel. She brought her fashion inspiration to life with product featuring her own sketches and textures and patterns throughout the room inspired by the runway.
In addition to the rooms decorated by Palermo, Morin and Workman, Shutterfly’s design team created a Bohemian outdoor movie space, a nautical bathroom and a colorful studio apartment decked out for the holidays. Bloggers Kim Stoegbauer from The Tomkat Studio and Jennifer Hadfield from Tatertots and Jello combined their creative visions to design a shabby chic nursery with a warm and inviting pink and gray color scheme.