KNOCK KNOCK :: KELLEY MOORE’S HOME (PART II)

Yesterday I promised you some more rooms worth waiting for from Kelley Moore’s home tour – so I’m here to deliver!

Now, when I first met Kelley,  her entire bedroom was panels and panels of beautiful dark wood. It felt as if you were cozied up in a nautical heaven. So, when she recently moved back to Seattle and told me she was going to paint the entire room white… I almost died. Until I saw the result…

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This is a whole other type of heaven – the big white puffy cloud dreamy type of heaven. The way the light filters into the space, and her use of metallics and mirrored accents made this room feel incredibly special.

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I think the simplicity of the space is also what feels so good about it. For me, my bedroom has to have that calm to it – it has to be the place I retreat to at the end of the day to empty my mind of all the clutter, and this space absolutely does that.

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All the minimal details add sweet, special touches to the space…

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Across the hall, the matching shimmering chandelier ties the rooms together, and provides Kelley her dream dressing room…

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Opposite the vanity there is a nook for all her necklaces, and a dresser that stores more odds and ends.

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The custom built storage pulls out to display her fantastic jewelry collection, but also shelves bins full of shoes, and drawers for intimates.

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Can you imagine getting ready for your day here? It feels like something little girl’s dreams are made of.

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So now you known why I wanted to save the upstairs for its own little post – the bedroom itself is worthy of it, and definitely my favorite room in this special home.

If you missed it, don’t forget to see the rest of the house here, and of course learn more about Kelley Moore and her new workshop here.

*photography by katie parra, design by kelley moore

23 responses on “KNOCK KNOCK :: KELLEY MOORE’S HOME (PART II)

  1. Courtney

    Is it bad that I just pinned this entire post? This makes me want to clear out my entire studio apartment, paint it white, get a kick-ass chandelier and add a colorful rug. And I may just do that.

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  2. Home Cleaner

    Oh, the dressing room is a dream! I can imagine getting ready in that room – it would be awesome!
    Love the colourful carpet – nice idea for clumsy hands (like mine). I tend to drop a lot of my make-up stuff and the floor gets messy :D
    Greetings.

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  3. whitney

    Stunning in every way, but, that sheer caftan…where oh where is it from?

    P.S. I love visiting this site, such a breath of fresh air, creativity and beauty. Keep up the good work!

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  4. Susan McDonald

    Love the fresh, crisp white motif! My favorite details include the lighting fixture, the credenza ( is that a mid mod piece that she redid? – Love the drawer pulls!), and my most favorite is the vanity! Is that also a vintage piece redone? It is outstanding! Love all the small green decorative details in the room too. Thanks for sharing!
    Susan

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  5. Danielle

    I love this! So beautiful and serene! Do you know where the floral rug (dressing room) is from?! It’s so gorgeous.

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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.