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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: A SPANISH ISLE ESCAPE

Casa Eugenia Silva_outdoor

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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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: URBAN RUSTIC IN MANHATTAN

When I first moved into my loft a few months ago, I was spending hours searching out inspiration to help give me a bit of direction, and it led me back to an old favorite of mine… This dark, cozy Manhattam home belonging to Carter Smith. I remember falling in love with the living room… and then […]

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  1. Courtney

    I think this works so well because of the abundance of natural light and the infusion of natural elements. Exposed brick is one of my most favorite aspects of a space, and it’s easy to go all rustic or all industrial, so I’m really appreciating the mixture of both here. Also – that rug – pinning that for my next apartment!

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  2. franki

    This one speaks to me as well…it is just…right…not to “fancy dancy” and well designed and thought out. Five stars!! franki

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  3. Renee Janin

    I love the big windows but at times I want to soften the glare and need to feel not so exposed all the time..

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  4. Nancy Roberts

    I love this place as well and can see why you, or anyone else, would fall head over heels for the bathroom. It is perfectly cozy feel, a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Stunning!

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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 […]

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  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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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: SOFT GLAMOUR

Last week we featured the home of my good friend Kelley Moore (here and here), and since then many of you have been requesting resources for all of her beautiful decor. While much of it is custom or vintage, I decided to put together a couple of ways for you to get the look for […]

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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: MODERN NEUTRALS IN PARIS

I mentioned earlier this week that I’m on a bit of a neutrals kick – but not my usual black and white fare. Instead, I’m being drawn to layers of cream, putty, and mushroom. Which are all just really nicer ways of saying beige… But, if anyone can make beige un-boring, its certainly the French […]

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  1. Ryan Hart

    Really like how you can pull inspiration from the photos and give examples on how to recreate it. As you mentioned, adding moulding can be a simple way to take your room decor to the next level.

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  2. Courtney

    Simplicity with a pop of pattern and masculinity is the way to go. I’ll take that tufted leather chair on wheels any day, awesome.

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  3. Sage

    ooh, that wallpaper is KILLER. I like the mixed textures, too; when they’re all similar colors, the textures help keep it all from blending together.

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  4. Linh Vo

    So lovely. There is something so nice about a minimalist look. You’re right – you don’t need much to make this room any better. But, that wallpaper completely transforms the room and I love it! That is one nice looking leather chair. Glad to know it can be customized in different colors :)
    -Linh
    http://abeautifulrawr.com

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  5. Sarah

    So gorgeous. Sometimes, less can be more, especially with these beautiful pieces you’ve picked! I just love that pale grey/blue paint color/am stalking it for my living room. Dig your vibes, lady.

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