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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: A SPANISH ISLE ESCAPE

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As the days heat up around here, I’ve had a craving for worldly escapes… or at least potentially transforming my home into one. At my guy’s house there’s what I romanticize to be a sunroom where the floor is covered with large terra cotta tile that doesn’t fit the house at all, but if I were […]

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  1. Nan // Simply Elegant Blog

    Wow what a beautiful home. I love the kitchen and then those outdoor spaces..wow! I would love to be sitting out by that pool right now!
    I love the idea of a nice rustic wood dining room or kitchen table, the one you found here looks great!
    xo Nan

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SUMMER REDECORATING WITH SERENA & LILY

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I think I mentioned in my loft inspiration post how much I really want the space to have this urban escape kind of vibe – a little bohemian, but more about feeling like you’ve just walked into a totally different space than you would expect in a brick loft in the city. Naturally, I’ve been […]

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  1. Tammie Burton

    I love, love your Urban Oasis mood board. The table and chairs in the bottom picture are gorgeous. Simple yet serene. It almost says “Beachy Chic” to me. You could still mix in some green if you decided to go in this direction. Looking forward to pics of the finished loft! Have a beautiful week.

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      Thanks Tammie! I’m leaning more towards the Urban Oasis board myself – I cannot wait to share the loft once it’s all ready! Giving myself lots of time to get it perfect this time around, and it feels good to really think through the design process!

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  2. Dania Codling

    My favorite design style in the universe is the Tuscan style and color palette. Rusts, and beige’s and deep reds with earthy/pea greens. So even though your Urban Oasis has more of a tropical rather than Tuscan feel I still gravitate toward that peaceful and easy going yet fun and classy look that it brings.

    I also think that it plays along with the city mentality perfectly. The way that it is very modern with the neutral colors and small but bold accents. The whites and beige’s also open up the space alot more rather than a dark green making it look more enclosed. The urban oasis gives the loft a really professional, fresh look while adding, like you said, some foreign spice to it.

    The question comes down to this: would you rather have an all around eclectic look that’s bold and makes a HUGE statement, or would you rather go for a clean cut, put together look that still has the potential to be played up?

    You can always add more, but you can’t take away after it’s done ;)

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  3. Jen K.

    Ahh I saw those green chevron chairs in the catalog and I fell in love with them!! Both boards are good and both seem like they would be relaxing.

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COOLING OFF WITH COBALT

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I’ve been infatuated lately with the combination of cobalt and black – a color scheme we’ve been seeing on the runway for fall, but also one I’ve noticed popping up more in interiors too… There’s something fresh but calm about this pair, and I especially love this scheme as a modern look infused with worldly influences […]

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  1. Eva

    The blues are giving an element of a modern contemporary theme. But the dresser, woven chair and mirrored box are so traditional and ethnic. A perfect blend!
    x
    Eva

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  2. Lisa Dyson

    Where did the blue and white woven chair come from? When I click on it, I am forwarded to West Elm, but that is not their chair.

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A MARVEL IN MARBLE…

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I’m not sure that there’s a more heavenly material to me than marble. It’s quite ridiculous how something even as simple as a bookend or dish made of this substance can send me swooning. Those who are lucky enough to have larger pieces – perhaps a coffee table or kitchen island – I already envy. […]

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  1. Donna Khoo

    Stunning interior – the depth of colour, pattern and material used in this place is stunning. I am instantly drawn to the abstract lighting features in each room. Heaven!!!
    Donna

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SOUTHWEST BOHO STYLE

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I think my mind is ready for a vacation south of the border… or at least south of this rain. I’ve been obsessing over natural linens and layered textiles in soft palettes that recall warmer weather and seaside vacations. Still cozy enough for winter, but inviting the spring, the only colors here are shades of […]

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