You know, the thing about interior design, and hiring interior designers, and spending so much time and money and energy on your interior is that at the heart of it, we all just want to seem like we live really cool and interesting lives, don’t you think? I mean sure, we want it to function well and be a place where we can feel comfortable and creative and at home, but don’t we also want people to walk in and go “an interesting person lives here.” Or maybe that’s just us? All we know is that there’s a firm/company/collective out of California called Commune is working on creating some of the most realistic, sophisticated, interesting interiors we’ve ever seen. Interiors of folks we’d swear tell the best stories at dinner parties. Who have probably traveled the world. Who have a cool job. Whether that’s true of Commune’s clients or not we may never know, but we do know their spaces are full of inspiration for those us who like modern but love a little bohemian mixed in. Made up of interior designers, graphic designers and more, we like their philosophy:
” Our design process is a collaborative effort. Whether the project is a commercial space, a retail environment, a restaurant, a residence, packaging, corporate identity, or a website we approach it holistically. Our diverse backgrounds allow us to see the same project from many angles and to offer solutions that reflect this open-eyed attitude. With a staff of interior designers, architects and graphic designers using a collaborative mindset, we assemble the best team for each job and maintain integrity in every project we do.” More here.