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HOUSE TOUR :: A LITTLE LA IN NYC…

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I should really know better than to try and leave my posts until the last minute when I’m traveling in New York! There are far too many distractions here that keep me off my laptop! So today’s post is a quickie… but a goodie. Infusing two of my most favorite things together – a laid […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 10.10

When it comes to styling, I get pretty obsessed over details and layers. This week, I’ve been working on styling up my own house for an upcoming shoot, and looking for inspiration in the process, which is how I ended up rediscovering one of my absolute favorite rooms ever…     See, here’s the thing. […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 9.12

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After two weeks on the East Coast, I arrived home late last night. It’s funny how being in NYC there’s this permeable energy that somehow just keeps you going. Now that I’m back, I’m realizing how completely exhausted I am from bouncing around between friends apartments, fashion week, and living out of a suitcase. Which […]

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  1. barbara

    The space itself is amazing and I feel you could do lots of different looks here. Love mixing up furniture and accessories- it makes you look like you have a personality!

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  2. Emma Wilde

    The last picture is working for me – most definitely! The bathroom is divine as well. And although I tend to lean towards old things rather than modern, the mix of the two in both rooms is perfect :)

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 3.1

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While I try and reserve the Room of the Week for spaces that haven’t been seen much before, I couldn’t help but give this one a much deserved spot in the ROTW hall of fame… It’s insanely good, right? The shade of leather on those chairs kills me, as do the lighting and the walls. […]

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  1. Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic]

    I adore the rug- so much fun! This room brings together so many different elements. Gorgeousness!

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  2. Katie Hackworth

    This room is right up my alley… love it! My only complaint is the wallpaper (not bad, but not my first choice either!).

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  3. Maggie Rose

    Those are seriously the chairs I’m looking for. Want. Need. (And also one of everything else while we’re at it).

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  4. NauticalWheeler

    There is nothing I don’t love about the room! Funny thing is if I saw that wall paper alone I would think it was awful but in the room it looks gorgeous.

    From Brooklyn with love,

    Jen

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  5. Emily Wilson

    Those chairs are AWESOME! They work so well with the table and I love how the tan leather the goes with the blue in the rug!
    Emily… thepostscriptofemilywilsondesign.blogspot.com

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  6. Heather {The Lovely Cupboard}

    i pinned this room last week and have looked at it no less than once a day…

    I am in love with the navy and tan combo. the light fixture? to.die.for.

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  7. Everything Coastal

    Still contemplating the wall… but love love love the rug, especially mixed with the modern dining room table. Great choice for room of the week – so funny, I am struggling with the same thing tonight.. Looking for a beach house photo of the week. Back to Pinterest to see what I can find…..

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  8. ImportKt

    Walls are beau-ti-us! I love the fresh sensation the rock detail brings out…like the brunch on a gorgeous morning…somewhere insanely picturesque in the Southwest! luhf it thanks for including it in your ROTW

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  9. Charlotte (Collect 5)

    One of the best rooms I’ve seen in a while. I keep seeing it on different blogs and am drawn in every time. Great design!

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  10. Stephanie Lowder

    Extraordinary design skills! So many lesson to learn from this one vignette. Rock it on in the Hall of Fame.

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RUE EXTRAS: A GEORGETOWN GEM

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One of my favorite hidden neighborhoods in Seattle is Georgetown. And one of my very favorite people (who happens to reside in this neighborhood) is interior designer Leah Steen, owner of Revival Home & Garden. So, needless to say this feature was one of my favorites to work on for the Anniversary Issue of Rue […]

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  1. Maggie Rose

    She is TOTALLY fearless with color (and pattern). I keep noticing that little leopard ball pillow. So fun!

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  2. Toni

    High-end interior designer, Brian J. McCarthy, gives us the scoop on his approach to interiors, what inspires him and a glance into his portfolio in Clos-ette Too’s “Clos-ette Case.” Check it out!! http://bit.ly/nUDCK8

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  3. Lonely Wife Project

    I am so envious of people who can throw a bunch of patterns and colors together and have it looks amazing and interesting. I don’t have that skill. So excited about the issue!

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  4. null

    Love Leah, love her work. She has a great eye for color and pattern. I’m always impressed by how she can pull it all together for such beautiful results. Can’t wait to see more.

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  5. Dustjacket Attic

    I love this! The cover on the Anniversary Rue edition is just great, along with everything in it…congratulations.
    xxx DJ

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  6. Jennifer Ament

    Yay Leah!! Yay Rue! Yay Cassie! Leah is one of my best buds ever, and super talented with a cherry on top! So happy you have featured her here! XO

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  7. smilesfromstilacoom

    She’s awesome. I love her style, her shop- she’s the sweetest!. Look at this killer room!

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  8. modern-eve.com

    Cassandra, I loved the anniversary issue. So much great content. Thanks for sharing these outtakes. This was probably my favorite article.

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  9. Debby

    Such a fun home… I am loving the mix of patterns. It is so interesting and there is so much to look at! xo

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  10. Revival Home and Garden

    Cassie! Thanks for the lovely feature, which is icing on the cake of the wonderful Rue story. Glad you were able to see my house firsthand. See you soon!

    XO

    Leah

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