In a year filled with plenty of home design trends, “Bachelor” winner Tasha Dixon has a few pieces of inspiration that are different than the rest of us.
For starters, her home is a bit different from most of her peers.
She decided to decorate her house with different styles, textures, and designs from different cultures and eras.
She did this by combining different materials, textures and colors to create her design that was unique.
Dixon, a native of West Palm Beach, Fla., said her style is a mix of “traditional” and “modern” and it comes together in a way that feels “authentic.”
It’s also important to remember that the design isn’t just a style, Dixon said, but an idea that is both beautiful and practical.
She said that when it comes to design, it’s important to be aware of the people and places that you’re decorating and the times of day you want to be in, so it’s more about the “sincerity and purpose” of the design.
The result, she said, is a beautiful and unique home.
The house in which Dixon’s “Bachelorette” winner, Blake Jenner, and her two friends reside in.
Dingham, who is also a fashion designer, also shared some design tips for her neighbors.
She suggests using black, white, and blue as the primary colors and choosing fabrics that will create a “sensible and harmonious” home feel.
She also suggests choosing a “symbolic and intentional” design style, which she said can help keep the home in harmony.
When it comes down to it, she suggests using a “very light and warm” home, such as a warm, cozy, and “quiet” home.
Dignity is also very important in her design, as it will help her home feel more like a home and not just a collection of different pieces.
She suggested choosing the type of furniture that you want your home to be, such the white wood and stone, or the wood and metal.
Dedicated furniture can also help create a home feel, as Dixon has created a home that she calls a “maze of wood” with pieces of her own furniture.
She added that she used the pieces to create “a home in the air,” as it felt like she was in a living room.
She recommends that her friends have a different home from hers to allow them to experience a different experience, especially in the morning.
She also encourages them to go outside and take pictures to create a more authentic “bachelor home” experience.
Dinosaurs, waterfalls, and a river all play a role in her designs, which makes her designs more unique.
She even used a “sea monster” as inspiration for her designs.
Django is also on her list of influences, as she said it helped her make her designs “feel very “natural.
“The “Bait and Switch” theme is also important in Dixon’s designs, as there’s an abundance of snakes and crocodiles.
Dining rooms are a great way to showcase her design sensibilities and also add a touch of mystery to the home.
She has also made sure to incorporate a lot of natural light and color into her designs to create an inviting, “totally unique” home for her friends.
Dress code is also key to the design, and Dixon said that it should be minimal and elegant to ensure a sense of privacy in the home while also having a fun and entertaining feel to it.
In addition to making her designs unique, she also said that she doesn’t think her designs are too big or “too complicated” and she encourages her neighbors to “make things work.”
She also encourages her friends to share their own ideas and make them look like they have fun doing it.
If you’re looking for a more traditional design inspiration, there’s always “Bertie” from the “Beverly Hills 90210.”