Southlake, Texas project.Photo Credit: Alison Worthen Photography

Table top accessories from Joyfulliving.com

Interior Design Project: Heather Fujikawa’s Home. The bedframe is from Anthropologie, the end tables from Target and the lamps from Wayfair. The table accessories, some pillows, the throw blanket at the end of the bed and the feather juju hat are all from www.joyfullivingco.com. Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography

Interior design Project: Phillips Creek Ranch Project Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography Sources: www.westelm.com for the light fixture

Interior Design Project: Heather Fujikawa’s Home these pillows are from a collection from Joyful living

Interior design project: Heather Fujikawa Home Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography Sources: Table runner is from www.joyfullivingco.com, chairs and table are from Restoration Hardware, vase and bowl are from Target

Interior Design Project: Heather Fujikawa’s Home these African baskets and Moroccan pom pom blankets from Joyful living. Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography

Interior design Project: Phillips Creek Ranch Project Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography

Interior Design Project: Heather Fujikawa’s Home these pillows are from a collection from Joyful living

A joyful Living Project

Space: Heather Fujikawa’s home, photographer: Alison Worthen Photography.

Nursery designed by Joyful living

Space: Heather Fujikawa’s home, photographer: Alison Worthen Photography.

Space: Heather Fujikawa’s home, photographer: Alison Worthen Photography.

The terrarium vase from Joyful living

Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography

A joyful living Project

A nursery designed by Joyful Living

Summer home makeover with celebrity design twins: Heather and Heidi of Joyful Living

by Esha Pal Apr 22, 2019 Are you looking to give your home a seasonal makeover? We get behind the scenes with American celebrity twins and co-founders of Dallas, Texas-based design firm, Joyful Living, Heather Fujikawa and Heidi Andrews. Passion for design and love for creativity has led the sisters to team up and transform people’s homes with their local TV show on Uptv. Trail along as the sister-duo exemplify rejuvenation for your home for hot-spell months with these relaxed decor ideas.

Go light and pastel
Create a cool atmosphere in your space with a neutral base of furnishings and vivid pop of colour as shown by Heather and Heidi. The colours chosen in this Southlake, Texas project were for the client’s favourite colour palette — nature-inspired elements — water and is implied in the colours in the rug and abstract painting. “They wanted to subsume textures in this space to make the space feel lived in,” says Heather.

Dramatic Headboard
The sisters originally drew their mood board of the bedroom around a dramatic black iron peppered with striking gold headboard frame. Black helps to ground a space and they fashioned the form around it. Create similar depth in your bedroom for an immersive, visually stimulating setting.

Subtle 
Accessorisation
A home is simply not a home without the right accessories. This summer, let your home breathe with a sumptuous light texture. Polished table accessories, some throw pillows and the blanket at the end of the bed with the feather juju hat create a quintessential summer holiday vibe!

Terracotta Accents
The designer duo loves adding a touch of terracotta. Reminiscent of their childhood spent in the rocky red mountains at their family ranch in Southern Utah, the mesmerising colour tone is a jog down memory lane. “A touch of gold accessories on top of the marble also merges well with the mix and any time you can create a gathering of accessories in a number of three it sits well and is a great design trick!” says the designer.

Bringing Beach Home
If you are looking for a simple hack to help turn your dwelling into the beach house in no time, look no more! Bring the coast home with light fixtures fashioned in the shape of Capiz shells. “This client wanted to bring in a coastal feel to their dining room space for a family in California,” says Heather. “Accentuating with this light fixture that did the trick!” she adds.

Abstract features
The lighting sconces help frame out the conceptual canvas by Heidi. The flowers bouncing off the colours of the painting sing out harmoniously and adding in textures with food, glass, pottery, metal tones and the accessory basket bring in a cosy, lived-in feel that is welcoming and makes you feel at home.

Plush outdoors
For a striking outdoor space, the sisters love the cement tile to pop the design from the floor up. This, along with the use of greenery on the walls and a cosy swivel chair to bask in the glory of the evening sunset. Decor Tip: Paint the bricks all-white for that perfect textured layer.

Breezy greens
Choose green tones as a reminder of summer all year. “Terrariums as a tabletop accessory adds character to the dining room nook,” was just what they needed to add that extra beautiful layer of design. “We love adding life to any space so our use of our custom made faux greenery trees that are made with real tree branches is something we are so proud of and something that brings so much joy into the client's homes,” says the sisters. A Tibetan fur ottoman and hand-knotted rugs are their favourites when it comes to adding textures to a space. “They help soften a space visually and bring everything together,” she concludes.



Space: Heather Fujikawa’s home, photographer: Alison Worthen Photography.

The terrarium vase from Joyful living

Photographer: Alison Worthen Photography

A joyful living Project

A nursery designed by Joyful Living

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