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PERFECT PALETTES :: RETRO REVIVAL

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Whenever I’m in an inspiration funk for something to write about on the blog – usually first thing on a Monday morning – I dive into my color files to find something that’s speaking to me. Today? It was this… I’ve really been into these retro-inspired color palettes lately. That vintage brown. A little mustard yellow. […]

8 responses on “PERFECT PALETTES :: RETRO REVIVAL

  1. NATALIA H

    I love this palette! it’s almost the one I have set up for my living room so yay. I wrote a post about color palettes last week and I had so much fun looking for the right ones, super inspiring.

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  2. Kathryn

    Perfect timing! Though I gravitate to a palette of white and neutrals with texture and maybe some deep emerald green thrown in, I’m trying to be a little bolder in the new place I’m sharing with my boyfriend. Some new-to-us mid century chairs with bright blue upholstery are the jumping off point for this brave new world of colour and this is the kind of fun clashy-contrast that I want to pair it with.

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SHOP THE PALETTE :: RUSTED REDS + NUDE

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Red is all I can think about adding to my wardrobe these days. Rusty reds, to be exact. If you hadn’t noticed, burnt orange was making a comeback on the runways lately, so I’m guessing if you invest in this color now, you’ll be able to wear it well into spring… But for winter? Paired […]

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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: BOLD + BEAUTIFUL IN THE BEDROOM

I have always been drawn to this bedroom belonging to Samantha Knapp. The layers (between pattern, texture and even furniture) feel light and welcoming in true bohemian style, but the layers themselves are – for the  most part – quite classic…. On the bed, tartan meets florals and fur. Mod dressers hang with Venetian mirrors and antique […]

7 responses on “INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: BOLD + BEAUTIFUL IN THE BEDROOM

  1. Steven G.

    What a bold space. Love all the saturated colors and mixtures of patterns. Its great to see the antiques in there as well. Everything in this space definitely feel like it is loved. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Chichi Furniture

    I’m not sure i’m brave enough, or clever enough to get it spot on in my home. My bedroom is also quite small, so too much going on may not work. You’re right that its such a fine balance. The bright blue velvet headboard really drawers me in to this room, its such a bright block of colour and a great focal point. Fabulous headboards can be a great place to start in a room and then you can design around it. The reds and patterned curtains/cushions break up the block, softening the look, adding layers and style.

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VITAMIN C {WONDER} :: A CITRUS INSPIRED TABLETOP

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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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SUNSET MAGAZINE’S IDEA HOUSE 2013 :: SEABROOK

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A couple of weeks ago, after having traveled from San Francisco to Las Vegas, then back home for a photo shoot, I hopped in the car on Thursday morning to head out for a little road trip to the Washington coast. For months my dear friend and interior designer, Brian Paquette, had been hard at […]

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  1. Erika Katayama

    Can you tell me more about the bench-like coffee table with the orange try on top in the living room? I really like that it’s a cushy option to put one’s feet up!

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  2. The Office Stylist

    So in love with all the bright colors that are featured in this home! So gorgeous!!

    –Sayeh, The Office Stylist

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  4. Stephanie | Covet Living

    Hey Cassandra! Wow I LOOOOOOVE the coral + emerald! Hi5 Brian! Am curious about the pale greyish-blue paint color (in the shot with the West Elm Parsons desk)… do you know what it is?

    Thanks so much in advance! xx, Stephanie

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  5. Dana Smith

    You captured the home so beautifully, Cass! Thanks so much for making the drive up. It was great to toast the project with you. (p.s. Sorry for the delay! Summer travel has me a bit behind on my thank you’s)

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  6. liz

    I just saw this at the drs office the other day- the color in the livingroom- they said it changed with the light..some kind of grey that sometimes looked lavender? or like the shells on the beach- what color was it? Thanks.

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