Room of the Week: Lucky #77

If seven is lucky, then is a double 7 just as lucky? Let’s just say it is because this, my friends is the 77th Room of the Week post on coco+kelley.

Since it’s birthday week around here, I thought I’d dig through the archives and see if I could pull out some of my favorites. Well, I couldn’t. Honestly. There’s just too much good stuff. So, if you feel so inclined, I urge you to browse through all the archives yourself. And enjoy #77…
Remember when that tag was going around asking for you to find a space that defines your style? Well, I shared mine right here, but I’d have to say that this space really does it for me. The white light and airy room, the pairing of worn word in the antique table with thoroughly modern chairs. Fresh flowers. Personal artwork. Lack of clutter. The only thing its missing is a larger chandelier. I’m such a sucker for those!

While this style wouldn’t necessarily work for me in a living room space (where I would want a bit more warmth) for the kitchen or casual dining room, I really do love it. Plus, it would be easy to cozy up in the winter with a big floor rug or some curtains… maybe those infamous faux fur pelts from Ikea for the chairs!

Either way… if I could enjoy a lovely supper here with friends on this gorgeous sunny Seattle day, I absolutely would. Here’s to many more fabulous rooms to come…!

*photography by annie schlechter

15 responses on “Room of the Week: Lucky #77

  1. Anonymous

    I agree, what a fabulous dinning room. Youn can imagine sitting there with the sun filling the room, pot of coffee, fresh fruit salad and the paper. Divine! (ps. would love the chandelier as well!) 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    I disappeared from the blog world for a bit and missed the chance to wish your blog a happy birthday! Looks like I've been missing out on quite the celebration! Congrats! Looking forward to much much more in the future!

  3. Anonymous

    Love it! It very much resembles my fantasy room. White, light, windows, minimal (very!), but with a few personal touches.

  4. Anonymous

    oooohhh this room is absolutely dreamy! how could you not be in love with it?
    hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  5. Anonymous

    Chandeliers are always necessary. When I can afford it, I plan to have one in as many rooms as possible without seeming kooky. In the meantime, I have a disco ball in my bedroom to suffice – the poor mans shiny ceiling hanging!


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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.