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Introducing High Low Luxe for Home Decor Finds

Many people don't know that I started a custom to the trade upholstery company 12 years ago. It has been a wonderful adventure, but it's time for new opportunities. We are shifting away from manufacturing to sourcing your favorite home decor. Taylor Burke Home has given me the opportunity to design products for other companies like wallpaper, artwork, tabletop, etc.

High Low Luxe is born out of a love for finding and sharing the very best home decor products at all price points and budgets. We have started off with a bang by asking our community to submit wall colors for us to pull together some design boards. Follow us on Instagram to see the latest home decor finds and colorful design boards. Everything is shoppable and here are some ideas that may inspire you:

Colorful design board with navy blue, pink, orange colors

@elizafitz5 asked us to pull together a space using a dark blue paint color.

We chose SW6244 Naval as it has a hint of gray undertones that are just enough to slightly mute the color. It's a deep blue, but not too bright.

We added in hot pink, bright yellow, orange, brass, and colorful artwork elements to really pull this space together.

You can shop everything you see HERE.

Colorful design board with hunter green, pink, and beige colors

@alisonlef asked us to pull together a space using a hunter green color.

We chose SW0041, Dard Hunter Green for this design board. I love how blush and additional green hues look against this dramatic hunter green. These help to offset the very moody vibe of this particular green.

We added in some modern furniture and funky wall art to pull this look together.

You can shop everything you see HERE.

Colorful design board using deep purple, pink, green, and brass elements and colors

@yummyeatsofchs asked us to pull together a look using deep purple.

We chose Pelt by Farrow & Ball as it has a regal feel to it. This deep and luxurious purple derives it's name from untreated animal hides. It has a blueish undertone and can feel almost black in darker spaces.

We added in some modern elements to pull together this inviting design board for a foyer or entryway.

Shop everything you see HERE.

Follow our instagram page to see new inspiration OR to submit your particular design request.



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