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ROOM OF THE WEEK 4.10

Since moving into my loft, I’ve been consuming inspiration for open plan living like crazy. It’s such a different form of decorating. Granted, my little urban oasis is nowhere close to being as grand as this converted barn in Malibu belonging to cinematographer Darius Wolski and his wife Rebecca – who happens to be a […]

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WARM IT UP :: YELLOW + WOOD

neutral and wood with a bit of yellow living room

I’ve never been a fan of too much wood in a room – I tend to cover up my wood floors (which I still much prefer over carpet) with rugs, and I shy away from too much wood furniture. And paired with yellow? This could get very retro, very quickly. But lately, I’ve been seeing […]

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  1. Teri

    I have worshipped that apartment by Julianne Moore for years, and the other by Nicky Kehoe… I just didn’t realize the common thread. It is surprisingly hard to find yellow drapes. I miss the old Domino magazine. :)

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  2. Michelle (The Design Faiy)

    I love the yellow trend! At first I thought it was quite intense, but since, I’ve absolutely got on board. I particularly love West Elm’s range of yellow velvety cushions – I have just bought some of these for a clients bedroom and they really brighten up the room against the soft grey walls.

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  3. Stephanie @ Miss Mélange

    I just noticed while reading this that I have been drawn to yellow lately too! I have been wearing my yellow sun dress and bright yellow flats a lot, perhaps to try and will summer to come sooner (although it has basically been summer all year round here in Santa Barbara). I’ve never thought about pairing yellow with wood accents, but when you presented it in such a clean and charming way it totally makes sense! I’m thinking about doing yellow and navy for our future master bedroom instead of the typical trend of yellow and grey… Now I will definitely need to throw some wood in there :)

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WINTER MOODBOARD

coco kelley winter moodboard

Post-holiday winter is always a bit of a reality check, isn’t it? This is the time of year where I realize that while the holidays may be over, the cold weather is really just beginning. Which, for me, means now that the Christmas decor is all packed away, it’s time for a winter refresh of […]

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  1. Shell

    Hi Cassandra

    What beautiful images you have shared today. We are enjoying Summer and all it’s wonder in Australia but on those really hot days such pics are very welcome and I am envious of the thought of you dressing in a coat and scarf. You have to love Winter for all it layering goodness. I am also hearting the gold frames and mirrors, such a pop of decadence and shine never goes astray. Bonne Annee’ – Shell A Darlings Nest

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  2. Sara Pollan

    I love that you posted about this Cass, I just had the exact same experience! As soon as we de-adorned our house of the holidays, I had the urge to purge. I rearranged the furniture and wan to get rid of the coffee table, the bar stools – all non essentials… Maybe 2014 will be the year of minimalism… Nah ;)

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JANUARY MOODBOARD //

coco kelley winter moodboard

Post-holiday winter is always a bit of a reality check, isn’t it? This is the time of year where I realize that while the holidays may be over, the cold weather is really just beginning. Which, for me, means now that the Christmas decor is all packed away, it’s time for a winter refresh of […]

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  1. Shell

    Hi Cassandra

    What beautiful images you have shared today. We are enjoying Summer and all it’s wonder in Australia but on those really hot days such pics are very welcome and I am envious of the thought of you dressing in a coat and scarf. You have to love Winter for all it layering goodness. I am also hearting the gold frames and mirrors, such a pop of decadence and shine never goes astray. Bonne Annee’ – Shell A Darlings Nest

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  2. Sara Pollan

    I love that you posted about this Cass, I just had the exact same experience! As soon as we de-adorned our house of the holidays, I had the urge to purge. I rearranged the furniture and wan to get rid of the coffee table, the bar stools – all non essentials… Maybe 2014 will be the year of minimalism… Nah ;)

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ONE DANDY WARHOL, PLEASE

warhol poster all is pretty

It may come as a surprise to you, but making my Christmas wishlist always proves to be a bit of a challenge for me. Not my fake wishlist – that’s easy. The real wishlist that I have to actually give to my family… that’s a whole other thing. So, I started going back through my pinterest to […]

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  1. Karolina

    I think they might stopped selling them online because everyone here in Sweden have them, everyone who has an interest in interior decorating at least. They kind of got a little boring. Of course I do as well but I don’t have them up at the moment because of it, maybe some day though. As you can tell they we’re the poster of a Warhol exhibit in 1968. They were really cool a few years back.

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  2. Anna, Sydney

    Go to Sweden’s “eBay” site Tradera.se and search for “Warhol” (nothing else). A couple of the quotation posters popped up. Sometimes sellers do sell to international buyers. I checked Moderna Museet and they do have a webshop but none of the Warhol quotes anymore.

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  3. Kristin B

    I’m suuuuuper into these too. I’ve always been partial to the “I like boring things” one as it absolutely cracks me up. Alas, I’ve never been able to find them for sale anywhere either. Like someone mentioned above, I know Modern a Museet used to sell them, but I’ve checked back a couple of times and they never seem to pop back up. But hey, if I ever find one in my (web) travels, I’ll certainly let you know.

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