HOUSE TOUR :: CUMULATIVE COMFORT

The home that I gravitate towards these days are rarely the showy, glamorous type, but rather the kind that have a few things that seem a bit off. Maybe it’s a few too many framed photos on the mantle, lamp shades and rugs that have faded from years of sunlight, or water rings on heirloom antique dressers. But they are the interiors that have been obviously loved. And this is definitely one of them…

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

I love a home that looks like it has been lived in forever – there is a history and personality there that can never quite exist with modern furnishings.

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

The drapes in every room kill me, they’re so good. Charming, but not precious, simple, but certainly not sparse, there is nothing that feels out of place, or too in place (if you know what I mean). 

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

Layers of art are essential, and lamps to fill every corner…

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

I love the darkness added in these two rooms with the piano, drapes and wall color…

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

I’m kind of dying to recreate the feel of this dining room space specifically in my new loft! I’ve always wanted to put a huge pillar in a corner of my home. Because… if you can, then why not?

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

The upstairs does not disappoint in carrying on the theme of budding plant life, worn antiques, art and antlers…

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

I think a big part of what I’m loving so much about these photos is the moody light as well – it feels lazy and inviting… especially in the bedrooms.

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

Totally stealing this idea too – two frames of pressed leaves with one mismatched mirror – in the perfect size.

abby kasonik and roderick coles // shot by andrea hubbel

Heavenly isn’t it?

photography by andrea hubbell // full story here

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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.