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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.17

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This is yet another one of those homes where showing one room simply will not suffice, but we’ll start with the one that inspired us most… To say I love the home of Apparatus founders Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson could possibly be the understatement of the year. THIS is the room I love the […]

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      Sharyn, mine is just a similar shade – I have no idea what the exact color is that they’ve used on the walls here! Lighting in every home is so different, if you were interested in replicating this color I would suggest bringing a photo in to a professional and having them suggest a few samples to try on your walls!

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  4. dolores oconnell

    i saw things i could drool over……………….the wood , the bricks…………..delicious……….all my style…………just never thought it was around………….thankyou……………….doe

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IN THE KITCHEN :: MOD MEETS FARMHOUSE

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Lately, I’ve been drawn to the idea of bold color in the kitchen – specifically in primary tones of red, blue and yellow. But I’m not talking cabinets or wall paint – I’m talking vintage modern accessories mixed with farmhouse style. Think mod pop art, enamelware canisters, schoolhouse clocks and powder-coated industrial stools… In a super warm […]

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  1. kate zucconi

    I definately agree with you that this is a great idea, by using accessories for that pop of colour!
    For me also full on colour for units and walls is too much!!

    I love the retro feel of your chioces. Updating with accessories means that if you get bored or decide to move on with a different look then it is much easier to update.

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HOUSE TOUR :: PEACOCKS + COLOR POPS

This should have been a Room of the Week post, but honestly, this house is just too good not to share every room soooooo, happy Thursday to us! Because, who we all deserve a peacock in the kitchen… All I’m gonna say is yes please. Also to the colors of the cabinets. I’ve been struggling with what to paint […]

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VITAMIN C {WONDER} :: A CITRUS INSPIRED TABLETOP

coco+kelley for c. wonder // citrus inspired tabletop

Lately, I’ve been so inspired by the contrast of bright citrus colors against a backdrop of dramatic black – the pair seem like a perfect way to welcome in this slow-coming spring, don’t you think? So I teamed up with C. Wonder to create a tabletop that beckons diners to a brunch that’s sure to welcome […]

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  1. franki

    BRILLIANT!! (Even if I do say so myself…I do the “fabric” tablecovering thing ALL the time!”) 🙂 franki

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SHOP THE PALETTE :: BRIGHT RED + DEEP OLIVE

Whenever a new fashion season comes along, I try to go through all the shows for trends that really stand out to me – including color. I remember saving this one from the Karen Walker FW13 show purely for that reason – the combination of a deep olive green and bright bright red – offset […]

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  1. allie

    So glad you did a post on this! I am sad when I wear this color combo and people say it reminds them of Christmas…such a stunning combination together. I want those gloves and those cords now!!!

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      people lack imagination sometimes 😉 i think wearing it out of season is easier – the closer it gets to christmas, the harder it is to pull off without people thinking it somehow looks ‘holiday’. forget ’em!

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