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PRINT + PATTERN :: 5 WAYS TO INCORPORATE BURL WOOD

print + pattern | via coco+kelley

It’s difficult to believe that burl wood is the result of a flaw or deformation. Sometimes the most beautiful things are created from happy accidents. Although they look bumpy and weird from the exterior, once harvested this type of wood is known for its rare, one-of-a-kind patterns, and is highly sought after for high-end home decor. It’s […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.24

layered patterns in a new traditional living room setting by cloth & kind | via coco+kelley

This room (well two rooms really) has given me a whole new set of inspiration for my own home. But to get it there, I’d have to really up my pattern mixing game! This vestibule from last year’s Holiday House in Atlanta was created by the insanely creative duo at Cloth & Kind – Tami […]

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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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MIXING MENSWEAR INTO YOUR HOME

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While I realize that my design aesthetic tends to lean a bit more towards the feminine (hi, have you met me?) I do like to keep my interiors balanced with a few ‘masculine’ touches when I can, and I’m particularly fond of using menswear-inspired home decor in doing so… Plus, winter calls for that cozy […]

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  1. Tanawat

    I was just looking for ideas for my bachelor pad yesterday, and then your post comes today on man’s style rooms! Wow! My favorite bachelor pad so far is from a young designer Megan Stone. http://thrdesignstudio.com/high-rise-home/ You can see how she uses boomboxes on the wall, flashy metal “skulls,” and inspiration from nightclubs for the bar (not the dull, traditional bar of your parents). The above designs are not masculine enough for my Thai tastes.

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  2. Erika

    I love the menswear influence too! It can be so beautiful in anchoring a soft pallet. Thanks for sharing this. Love the blog!!!

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  3. franki

    Oh, oh…am I “feeling” a trend here….I just covered two “easy chairs” with men’s suiting fabric (b/w) and tartan pillows… Have a leather sofa….covering two lumbar pillows with…antique rugs…and… franki

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LOFTY AMBITIONS

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After being in my new loft for almost a month now, I feel like I’m finally starting to wrap my head around the whole look I want to transition to in there. It’s always interesting making old furniture fit into a new space, but that’s definitely been a factor in putting some of the initial […]

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  1. Rebecca

    Thank you so much for including my pillows!

    I love what you’ve pulled together for inspiration. We’re going to be working on our apartment once the business moves to the new studio space on Thursday. I can’t wait! We’ve been living in chaos and it’s going to be so nice to slowly get the apartment into shape. The images you’ve pulled are very in line with what I’m thinking. I can’t wait to see what you end up doing.

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  2. Jessie

    Love your inspiration! I just moved a month ago and was originally thinking everything would be minimalist and modern, black/white/gray. Once I moved in all my furniture and let myself live in the space, with it’s creamy wall color and gorgeous morning light, I’m finding myself drawn to more rustic neutrals, browns and beiges along with some vintage industrial. Letting the space inform the style is turning out far better (and cheaper!) than my original plans.

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