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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.6

Hamptons Holiday House living room by Huniford Design Studio

This week’s room is one for the books. First of all, let’s all applaud the use of the rubber tree plant instead of a fig tree!! (but seriously…). Secondly, I’ll once again acknowledge that the architecture in the space plays a huge part in taking this fresh, cozy living room to a whole other level… But […]

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  1. kate zucconi

    This is a great room! The leather mixed with the wood and the cream chairs is a nice combo.
    I love the kitchen light and marble surfaces, these natural wood platters and bowls are gorgeous.

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  2. James

    Hi Cassandra, the house looks so natural with the rustic looks and lots of natural light, entering through the windows. The library table is just too good; beautiful interior designing.

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 10.30

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In honor of Halloween, I thought it only appropriate to hunt down a dark and moody dwelling for this week’s Room of the Week… The living room of this home being my favorite. Essential to the balance of charcoal walls and an abundance of black and white is the addition of lighter woods, and cozier textures. […]

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  2. Rebecca_FeltBallrug

    Wow, this home is quite interesting. I don´t know if I have ever seen an all-black room, let alone home. I also don´t know if I could live here but it really is quite visually stimulating and intregeing. I like the charcoal paint they have used on the walls, and also really like the tiles they have on the walls in the kitchen as well and the ceramics they have in there. What a great share for Halloween week and it is good to mix things up a bit!

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  3. kate zucconi

    This home is stunningly dark and moody!
    I love the textures and the grey painted wooden ceiling in the living room, and the use of smooth marble and other textural surfaces throughout.
    The black glossy tiles in the kithen are unusual, but are lifted by the white units.
    An elegant and interesting mix, the artwork is dark!

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 10.16

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One word about this week’s room: Pistachio. Well, maybe it’s a bit minty too. But if there’s one thing about this small apartment that’s really making it stand out to me, it’s that wall color, taking things to a whole other level. Especially against that mauve-toned couch… And touches of gold… This space belongs to Nicole Najafi, […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 9.22

ken fulk living room masculine luxe giraffe head

I managed to get a bit behind on posts recently so I thought we’d kick off our Monday with a seriously inspiring space I had reserved for last week’s Room of the Week! A little wild, quite masculine and delightfully luxe, I have to say this living room belonging to Ken Fulk had me at… giraffe. The bit of […]

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  1. WhimsicalVintage

    Love the whole look but I have to agree with Molly, that the taxidermy is not for me…however, it could be done faux style and still have the same effect. The windows are stunning and the design is simplistically elegant!

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 8.14

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I must be getting a bit more traditional in my old age… or maybe just seeing the cozy comfort that comes with a bedroom that looks like this. Either way, I’m finding it amazing that I’m actually into this floor-to-ceiling wallpaper and printed carpet!? Since when? But there’s something about it that seems like the perfect spot to make a […]

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  1. Rachel Follett

    I’m not usually a fan of floor-to-ceiling wallpaper but they did a really nice job keeping it stylish and up to date. All the patterns and colors work well together. Beautiful spaces!

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  2. Chichi Furniture

    I agree, it actually looks really cosy doesn’t it. I think because the bed is such a bold block of colour and a real central feature, it allows the heavy pattern to work and not look too overbearing.

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  3. Rebecca Hively

    I agree with Chichi, the bed makes a big difference. Not my style by any means, but I could sleep a night there! lol

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  4. Dianne

    Howdy! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if
    that would be okay. I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.

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