ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 1.17

With the kind of week I’ve been having, today’s room really needed to be something special. A bit dreamy, relaxing, and full of… stories.

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The bathroom belongs to author Michael Cunningam, which explains quite a bit, but I imagine that many of us would happily be at home here. A whole different kind of ‘library,’ there’s something about a hot bath and a real book that invites shutting off everything else going on in the world and escaping into another world. Even if only for a little bit.

*via work in progress

14 responses on “ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 1.17

    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      i totally thought of that too :) oh, practicality, killing the dream! i suppose you’d just have to make sure there’s some decent ventilation in there and some not-too-precious books!

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  1. Annette

    this would be my daughters definition of heaven as well, thanks for posting i will send it to her straight away for her new home inspiration tear sheets.

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  2. callen

    Wow! Now that is a dream bathroom. I love the storage and ledge built around the bath. This looks like the perfect place to relax, read and daydream for an entire afternoon.

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  3. Chloe Moon

    That bathroom is crazy! I would be a prune, literally, because I’d be reading everyday in the tub! I’d have to set a timer or something so I remembered to get out! =)

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  4. katiedid

    LOVE the idea of a soak in the tub with a good book, but I agree the reality of damaging the books would put a kibosh on it for me. The look of the space is wonderful though!

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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.