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ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: FRESH COTTAGE STYLE

fresh cottage style by stephen shubel via coco kelley_2

When I moved into my loft, I didn’t want to let the style of the home dictate too much of what the interior would look like… but it’s hard not to let that happen with brick walls and an open floor plan. So, now that I’m about to have a whole house to decorate, I’m revisiting some of […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 1.14

tamara-kaye-honey-living-attic-bathroom

I have a new obsession you guys. ATTICS. Remodeled attics to be exact. See, the home I’m moving into with my boyfriend has one that is completely unfinished… and ripe for dreaming! Someday (if all goes well and I still live there in another year), we’d love to renovate it and make it our master […]

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  1. Pam WhimsicalVintage

    Love everything about this space! To me, attics are a decorator’s dream…they have great light, wonderful angles and a coziness you just can’t find in any other room!
    All the best in your new home:)

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  2. franki

    GREAT photos!! Hmmm…two days in a row I can’t “get in” to your blog from “bloglovin” and do the “back entrance” through Google…hmmm. franki

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  3. Kevin | Thou Swell

    I absolutely LOVE an attic bathroom! I’ve got a friend in SF who’s bathtub in smack-dab in the middle of her attic bedroom and it’s fantastic (even has a skylight above it). Definitely a dreamy space :)

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  4. clayton gray home

    What great ideas for attic! We have similar attic that I’ve dreamed of doing something with. This certainly gives me something to think about. The white and gold combo are perfect for smaller spaces with angles . Love!!

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 4.10

Since moving into my loft, I’ve been consuming inspiration for open plan living like crazy. It’s such a different form of decorating. Granted, my little urban oasis is nowhere close to being as grand as this converted barn in Malibu belonging to cinematographer Darius Wolski and his wife Rebecca – who happens to be a […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 4.3

With so much brick in my new place, I’ve inevitably stumbled black into my comfort zone of a very black and white palette in planning the decor, so this dining room by Brooke Harris had me at hello… The key to this look (for me, anyways) is the addition of wood, plants, and inviting textures […]

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    1. Wes

      I think that’s the Robert Abbey “Bling” pendant light and it comes in three sizes – you can find it on ylighting.com, I tried to copy the link but it was huge

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  1. Blair Harris

    Wow, thank you everyone! You’re too sweet. And we love Jessica Helgerson’s work—what a compliment! You can see more on our site, or on insta @blairharrisnyc.

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WHITE ON WHITE

Following on the heels of last week’s post on ceiling medallions, a similar obsession has cropped up for me. The art of white on white moldings and decorative elements…. A few weeks ago we shot an amazing fashion editorial at the Codor Design showroom, which renewed my fascination with their amazing mirrors and prompted some […]

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  1. Melissa

    White is crisp and clean. Another great way to add “white on white” in your home is to use a paintable texture wallcovering/wallpaper and neglect to paint it! Great for texture.

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  2. Stacey M

    Cassandra, do you know about the decorative wall flats at Inhabit Living? http://www.inhabitliving.com/modern-walls-floors/wall-flats-3d-decorative-wall-panels.html

    Great for white on white! They just finished a sale, unfortunately, but perhaps they would strike a deal to be featured on your blog? The company is based in Indianapolis, and I found it while search for unique duvet covers. (I live in Indiana, too.)

    I love your blog! Thanks for the inspiration. Stacey M.

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  3. Kevin | Thou Swell

    I have to admit I’m a big fan of white! It’s such an easy bright color. It’s nice to add texture to a room though, but if you can keep it white that’s all the better! Love your picks (that headboard is absolutely amazing)!

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  4. Steven G.

    We do white on white all the time down here in South Florida and these are new fresh ways that I have not seen. These ideas give you a wonderful and livable space that can be easily updated when you feel like having something new without having to redo the backgrounds. I especially love the “carved out” wall in your photo. This could be reimagined in never ending variations. The found object mirror and sculpture are also really intriguing. Whimsical yet sophisticated once painted the refined white. The headboard (maybe a painted stone?) is very glamorous as well. Great finds and thanks!

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