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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.15

lake rabun bath // design by jeff jones via atlanta homes

It’s been quite some time since we last showcased a bath as the Room of the Week, but this one is oh so worthy (and right where I’d like to be relaxing this weekend…) The bath reflects that feeling of summers by the water – fire pit and all. The window treatments lend to that […]

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  1. Julie

    Your description of the bathroom is absolutely perfect. It’s actually an amazing, well thought out space, even down to the chosen chair! Really love it all.

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.12

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After two weeks on the East Coast, I arrived home late last night. It’s funny how being in NYC there’s this permeable energy that somehow just keeps you going. Now that I’m back, I’m realizing how completely exhausted I am from bouncing around between friends apartments, fashion week, and living out of a suitcase. Which […]

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  1. barbara

    The space itself is amazing and I feel you could do lots of different looks here. Love mixing up furniture and accessories- it makes you look like you have a personality!

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  2. Emma Wilde

    The last picture is working for me – most definitely! The bathroom is divine as well. And although I tend to lean towards old things rather than modern, the mix of the two in both rooms is perfect :)

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HOME IS WHERE THE HARDWARE IS

rue magazine bathroom mirror and lighting

I’ve been working on a little bathroom makeover lately for a friend, and it’s been nice to get back to doing a few interior projects here and there again. Not only because I’ve been craving more hands-on projects, but also because it makes for great inspiration for blog posts! To give you a little background, […]

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  1. Aaron

    Hi,

    Can you tell me where you sourced the blue hexagon tiles from? They are really hard to find in the UK!

    thanks

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TICKED.

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Sometimes it’s nice to be reminded that a little wallcovering can go a long way. Consider me obsessed with this option… I have no idea if this ticking is actual fabric or a wallpaper, but I absolutely love it. It looks slightly irregular, so in my mind it’s beautiful old vintage fabric, lining the walls […]

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  1. zandra pappas

    Looks like the walls were upholstered with vintage french linen grain sacks. We use them for pillows and chairs/benches but I love them on the walls. Brilliant idea! So chic.

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CEMENTED.

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Not too long ago (in this post), I mentioned how recently I’ve been more drawn to modern, urban materials that – until now – have felt far too cold for me to live in. Concrete being on the top of that list… And both of these beautiful baths are proof that I’m not crazy. Mind […]

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  1. Quinn Cooper

    First off I’m also loving concrete, it’s definitely something I’d look into as a kitchen counter in my next home with some warm cabinets.
    Second, that wallpaper, I mean who would have even guessed that it would be wallpaper. Looks so real, kind of loving it! Can’t wait for your post on it.
    xo Quinn
    Quinn Cooper Style

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  2. Selena

    Concrete is incredibly beautiful. It’s neutrality allow it to blend in with most design elements. I begged my husband to allow me to have concrete counter tops in my kitchen, unfortunately he wasn’t on board with this idea due to the porosity of the material; thus creating a problem with spills and food stains. We ended up choosing a quartz with the same tones as concrete. Nonetheless, seeing this makes me kick myself for not sticking with it. Beautiful post.

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  3. PhotoGirl

    That wallpaper is fabulous! Please tell me how to purchase it. We are about to re-do a bathroom. (I am an avid DIY girl and not interested in working with a decorator.)

    Thanks!

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  4. Cara

    I found this amazing bathroom pic on pinterest a little while ago and loved that bathroom as soon as I saw it! I am so glad you looked into it as I had no idea it was a wallpaper!! I have a love for textures in interiors. Thanks again!
    xo Cara

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