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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 […]

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  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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IN THE DETAILS :: UNDER THE STAIRS

in-the-details---under-the-stairs--casual-gallery-via-coco-kelley

It seems that this topic is one that always comes back around at some point… what to do with that awkward, under utilized space under the stairs. As we start on some of our own home renovations, I’ve been debating this myself…. While there are a ton of options for this space (everything from simple […]

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THE EDIT :: FEBRUARY

the february shopping edit from coco+kelley

The sun is shining today in Seattle, and in exactly 20 days I will be headed off to Morocco and Portugal for some work and play! (And, yes, I’m absolutely counting down.) photo via the french eye Two reasons why my February shopping edit may seem a bit more tropical and bright than mid-winter grey… […]

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THIS ‘N THAT :: UMBRELLA PAIRINGS

umbrella stands in the entryway via coco+kelley

You might not exactly need an umbrella right now (although some parts of the country could probably use one!), but it’s pretty hard to resist these fun umbrella stands and vessels that are sure add a little design moment your entryway! I’d leave these pretty pairings out year round… rain, shine or snow! I’ve actually been dreaming of […]

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  1. franki

    We took an antique brass fire extinguisher (Woolworth’s!) cut the top off, crimped the raw edges and..voila…umbrella stand!! franki

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 1.22

dark dramatic manhattan apartment | coco kelley

Last month, T Magazine released a list of ‘The Most Breathtaking Rooms‘ they had featured in 2015. Being one of my favorite sources for inspiration, of course I had to check it out. And I rediscovered a snippet of a space that I had saved away in my memory… This dark dramatic moment comes courtesy […]

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  1. Monica

    Love! Love! The colours are beautiful. Aside from the fact that I love “almost” white walls I think these colours are gorgeous and nice to see from all the white wash in everything home related.

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  2. franki

    Truly “stunning”….for lack of a more superlative word!! THIS IS WHAT I LUV!! Now…off to find $12,498.00!! Wish me luck!! franki

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  3. Rebecca Brady

    The most AWESOME thing about this whole home is that picture on the living room wall, which is hung WAY TOO HIGH for my tastes!!

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  4. Ivy Lane

    Beautiful! Loving all the colours and textures. I do think the large painting above the sofa is hung too high… that could be purposeful to the designer… I would have to see the room in person to understand why… My 2 cents…

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