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ART DIRECTION :: SUMMER DAZE

Art Direction: Summer Daze by Melanie Biehle for Coco+Kelley

Hi! I’m Melanie Biehle and I’m so excited to join the Coco+Kelley team. Welcome to the first installment of Art Direction. I’ll be introducing you to talented artists by using a single piece of their work as a jumping off point for each post. Where the art will take us? Sometimes it may be a home, others a moodboard, […]

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  1. Anne Sherwood Pundyk

    Dearest Melanie and Lesley,

    Ladies! Can we meet for tea? Or sit on a blanket by the shore together? Thank you for posting my work with your insights. Let’s be friends.

    Yours in summer light.

    Anne

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THE COCO+KELLEY OFFICE MAKEOVER WITH MINTED!

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It seems like our office lately has been in a permanent state of chaos. We’ve been playing musical desks, clearing things out, and prepping for our potential (sob) move into a new space this fall. So amidst all that crazy, we decided it was time to get our act together and do a little refresh […]

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  2. Milagros R.

    Cassandra,

    This makeover is fabulous! I’ve always wanted a “white and goldish” type of office myself, but with a toddler, my options are limited. I love how vast the space is and how you incorporated all the necessities to get work done. (like the mini bar!) The window seat is my absolute favorite. Good work.

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  5. Melissa

    LOVE the space, the whites keep it so clean! I think you should check out Society Social the next time you need to update the bar cart or pillows though, they have amazing stuff!

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  6. Stephanie

    These offices are absolutely beautiful! I love how much natural light floods the office and the clean, tasteful decor.

    I’m a fashion blogger in NYC. To follow my adventures featuring the best of NYC’s fashion and food, check out sustenanceandstyle.com. Always looking to collaborate with new bloggers, so contact me! See you there xx

    – Stephanie

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ACCENT WALL INSPIRATION :: GIMME COLOR

aqua walls + art // via the design files

With the never-ending sea of white walls in interiors these days, whenever I find space with color – especially color done well – I feel particularly inspired. And it just so happens that Lucy Feagans at The Design Files does this amazingly well every time she host her annual Open House…. The 2013 house featured […]

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  1. kate Zucconi

    I love your choice of colours!
    The first deep turquoise blue is really fresh, and I’m leaning towards your pale grey and blue-grey that looks so good mixed with the warm wood tones!
    As I’ve a whole new house to finalise colour choices on this has been really inspiring!
    Sometimes we need to be bold with colour, used properly or as a backdrop for great art it can be really transformational to a room!
    Thanks,

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IN THE DETAILS :: UNIQUE WAYS TO HANG ART

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This fall I’ve vowed to tackle the biggest part of my loft to go untouched since moving in … the art wall. While I’ve pinned many a gallery wall in my day, I managed to uncover a few more clever ways of hanging art that hadn’t really occurred to me before, which may influence the […]

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  2. Kim

    I like hanging it off center (in the corner of the room) and maybe running into another wall and I also like not hanging it at all — laying it against a wall can look modern and fresh too! Just my two cents.

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  3. franki

    Having “just moved into a MUCH smaller space” and NOT wanting to “let go” of my paintings..I placed them in vignettes on top of my kitchen cupboards (at least tall ceilings here.) I know…I’ll think about dusting them….tomorrow… franki

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT :: EMILY FERRETTI

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Two things lately have increased my love, appreciation, and endless hunting for new art in my life. First – our hosting of art walks in the studio. When I see talent in my own city, I want to celebrate it and share it! And second, I’ve finally gotten to the point in my loft decorating process where […]

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