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ROOM OF THE WEEK 2.4

tiled-living-room-with-white-sofa-and-bold-artwork-david-stark-brookyn-via-coco-kelley

Raise your hand if you have recently become completely obsessed with tile. It’s everywhere right now – and I’m definitely not talking subway tile. But do you love it enough to do it in your living room? This Room of the Week, belonging to David Stark and recently featured in NY Mag shows us how it’s done… The […]

6 responses on “ROOM OF THE WEEK 2.4

  1. Katie

    Beautiful tile, but I would definitely not want it throughout the house. Tile is way too hard and cold for me (even with radiant heat). For me, there is not substitute for wood floors. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. barbara

    Gorgeous for sure but I could not take that much pattern…..one of the reason that I can’t handle wallpaper (besides it being a miserable experience to remove) I like pattern on things easier to change (read as fear of commitment if you wish!)

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  3. Johan Grimberg

    I have two favorite things here – the pattern on the floor which is trippy and totally awesome, and that coffee table, which I’m sure cost an arm and a leg but was totally worth it.

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ROOM OF THE WEEK // 1.6

the cozy bedroom of homepolish founder noa santos with rich burgundy headboard, fur comforter, and lots of light and white - via coco+kelley7

The very first Room of the Week of the new year! I have a special place in my heart for this simple series as it’s been the longest running and still a favorite for myself and – it seems – for you! I hope this inaugural room for 2016 doesn’t disappoint! It’s certainly got me wishing […]

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  1. Serene Spaces Living

    Great office view! The minimal-style table, side pillar, and natural light form the window view make this room great. The accents on the table (especially the iMac) are great; and I love the pillar with the planter, added a bit of green to the space.

    Great room!

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HOW TO STYLE :: A MODERN MANTLE MOMENT

black white and red christmas styling coco kelley_1

Earlier this season, when my boyfriend asked what I wanted for Christmas, I told him I wanted a fireplace. I have major mantel envy when it comes to all those beautifully styled stockings that I see everyone posting this time of year! So this year I decided to create my own ‘mantel’ moment with loads […]

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HOW TO STYLE :: WINTER BEDDING!

winter bedding styling with coco kelley and parachute_7

While I appreciate a decent dose of color throughout the rest of the home, in the bedroom, I’ve always been a neutrals girl. And when it comes to bedding – an abundance of white sheets. But when Parachute Home asked me to style up my bed with some winter bedding selections, I went totally rogue […]

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ART DIRECTION :: ALONE TIME

floodline no 2 by lisa golightly

Fall is here and I’m still in need of some restorative alone time after my summer travels. Preferably surrounded by the beautiful artwork of Portland based painter Lisa Golightly. I first learned about Lisa’s work from my friend The Jealous Curator. I love her figurative pieces inspired by photography and her moody abstract paintings like Floodline No. 2, which […]

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  1. Diane Terry

    Thank you for posting Lisa’s current moodier work. l fell in love with Lisa Golightly’s work decades ago and is my Pinteresy Art board favorite. It used to have a whimsical, vintage vibe. Her current work is darker, moodier and more sophisticated. Thank you for re-introducing me to her work. Love your blog. It is my morning favorite!

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