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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.2

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I don’t know how many times I hear from friends and clients, “I don’t want to invest too much, this is a rental, after all.” And then three years later they’re still living in that same rental with that same ‘good enough’ decor… Well, this space is the opposite of that story. A rental-turned-home in […]

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  1. Talia Roca

    Totally agree. After 18 years of home ownership, we decided to rent ,twice! Both times I bought furniture just for the space and consigned anything that didn’t fit. This current space, our landlord liked what we did so much that he decided to try to sell the place! We had similar issues about hiding not so great floors and bathrooms that weren’t our taste but we camouflaged what we could and embraced the rest. We’re in the middle of a renovation on our own home now so after we move from here, I’ll again consign and design our home in a way tha fits the space. If you want to see the current rental the MLS is
    MLS# 215029381. In columbus ohio.

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GET THE LOOK :: DARK BOHEMIAN

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Layered textiles, loads of plantlife, and worn woods are the building blocks to bohemian style. But recently, I’ve noticed one more twist: The dark bohemian. Ok, so this corner might be a bit over-dramatic, but it’s the perfect example of what I’m talking about. Layers, and layers, and layers of textiles. Wall hangings. Plants. See? Quintessential bohemian, with a […]

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  1. Heather P.

    I keep hearing that it gets dark and cloudy here in Seattle, so I can’t wait for that to happen so I can start to experiment with this kind of look more! I love how deep and cozy it all is!

    But alas, it’s bright, sunny, and HOT today. Nothing cozy about that. 😉

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ROOM OF THE WEEK // 5.27

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I have some really really big dreams for when we remodel our upstairs attic. Currently in a state of patched carpets and exposed beams and insulation, I can close my eyes and see how amazing it could be. Possibly… something like this? An all white attic living room with collective style, a creative work space, and cozy details… […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: WHITE + WORLDLY

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You know how I love me some fresh white walls, warm, natural materials, and a curated, global vibe… So you know that I loved this room from the second I saw it! It’s a great example of mixing woods and wovens in different textures, and also a great layout for an open floor plan or […]

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  1. Michelle

    Hi, Cassandra, love your blog! It is always the first one I check everyday. You mentioned in your post that this particular room reminded you of your loft space. I was thinking that in your current dining room (which you are redecorating) that you could get inspiration from this space as well. You said in an earlier post that you weren’t sure if you will keep the wood table or switch it out for the marble-topped one.I instantly thought that you could paint your wood table’s legs white like the one in the photo to lighten up the space a bit.

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      Nice idea Michelle! I hadn’t thought of that, and I’m not sure my boyfriend would go for it since it’s his table… but worth being an option! We’ve also discussed putting a marble top on the current table, but the problem is that he really loves the texture of the top, so that’s out. I’d almost rather take the top of his and put it on an industrial base that’s powdercoated white. Could be a cool mix!

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ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: FRESH COTTAGE STYLE

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When I moved into my loft, I didn’t want to let the style of the home dictate too much of what the interior would look like… but it’s hard not to let that happen with brick walls and an open floor plan. So, now that I’m about to have a whole house to decorate, I’m revisiting some of […]

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