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ROOM OF THE WEEK 5.27

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The boy and I have been talking about moving this summer, and the very idea has me dreaming of new decor for our living room… This room just found itself in first place for inspiration. I know what some of you are thinking… this is on the verge of boring. But, actually, it’s just ripe […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 3.11

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Apologies for the delayed room today! I thought I had the post all scheduled to go, but it never went. However, I do believe that this one was very worth the wait!When I initially started collecting inspiration for my bedroom last summer, I was convinced I wanted to do shades of grey and coral… what […]

32 responses on “ROOM OF THE WEEK 3.11

  1. Anonymous

    BEAUTIFUL! How much do you want to cuddle up with those throw pillows. This space is the perfect balance of comfort and sophistication.
    Love it!

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  2. Anonymous

    This is truly a gorgeous room, what I wouldn't give for those giant glamorous french doors! They are amazing :)

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  3. Anonymous

    Now that's a room I can see myself living in. What a fabulous coffee table—droooool. Love the feature wall colour too. Love it all.

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  4. Anonymous

    I so agree with you…really random selection of furniture but it works really really well. I too question that light fixture over stove top … but am so in love with that soft blue under the sheet of plexiglass.
    Nice post!

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  5. Anonymous

    Beautiful space! I so badly wish I could peak behind the glass wall and see the hidden part of the space. Perhaps the home for all the cabinets/kitchen stuff that doesn't look quite so pretty? Or maybe an office area? Dying to know! Marija

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  6. Anonymous

    Soooo worth the wait!
    Fantastic light streaming thru those windows! Love the back splash in the kitchen for a pop of color. All the wood accents, the few pops of color and great textures, make this white room warm and cozy.
    Great find!!

    Northern Light

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  7. Anonymous

    I think the "lamp" in the kitchen might actually be an extractor fan. If so I think that they are making some really lovely fans these days. If it is just a lamp then I think it looks a little odd.

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  8. Anonymous

    I absolutely LOVE the color scheme and that huge mirror is a fabulous focal point. I'm not crazy about the touches of warm-colored wood, i.e. the two occasional chairs, the wooden table, the chess pieces. Maybe its just not quite the right finish or something… But overall, an inspiring image!

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  9. Anonymous

    Gorgeous room! Although I can't really focus on any of it because I'm so smitten by those french doors!!

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  10. Anonymous

    loving like 80% of the room, especially those throw pillows and the chess pieces! the grey/coral ottomans are kinda throwing me off though…I would have done them in a matching fabric, or maybe just one corla-upholstered bench?

    thanks for sharing (and hope all is great with you!)

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  11. Anonymous

    So very awesome. I want to live in this room, indeed. I am loving that couch to. Any chance you know where it hails from?

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  12. Anonymous

    the gray couch is super hip and trendy and i heart the sweater pillows. I would enjoy a few of those on my couch! xoxox KC

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 2.25

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This week’s room is going to be a little special… not because it’s ultra fabulous or extraordinary, but because it’s mine… all mine!Well, let me rephrase that.. it’s ours. Me and the boy’s. We started with beige walls and a mattress on the floor and made it this! A peaceful little haven (especially compared to […]

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  1. Anonymous

    Love it! Can you tell us what shade of paint you used? I'm on the hunt for the perfect grey and this might just be it!

    Thanks

    Jane

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  2. Anonymous

    Gray is such a great color to use! I'm trying to decide where to put some in my house! Your room looks very soothing.

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  3. Anonymous

    It's gorgeous!! I love the colors and of course, the FOR LIKE EVER poster!!
    Love the Hemnes Ikea dresser–the gold knobs make it much more elegant looking.

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  4. Anonymous

    Seriously i am moving in!! it is splendid!! great job.. the room looks finished and complete!! and absolutely awesome!!

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  5. Anonymous

    Absolutely beautiful! It looks so calming and peaceful. I love the "For Like Ever" print. I've seen it in red and pink but not in the beige and white.

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  6. Anonymous

    WOW – it looks fantastic Cassandra! Well done! The brass finish on the ikea dresser was such a good call, what type of paint did you use?

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  7. Anonymous

    Love it. Saving it to my file and in my next house you'll come and recreate it for me?

    Okay excellent. That mirror is amazing.

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  8. Anonymous

    Its really great, so many pretty and chic touches everywhere. Have been toying with the idea of moving my daughter's bed in front of her window for almost a year…you literally just convinced my that my instincts were right, and this is the way to go!
    Thanks!
    Sue

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  9. Anonymous

    Lovely lovely lovely! I definitely needed some inspiration- I've got a bedroom makeover in the works.

    Is that a little gold leaf above the window? I love the little touch of shimmer up there- very unexpected.

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  10. Anonymous

    Looks fabulous Cassandra! Nice balance in the room and love the color! Not too feminine and not too masculine! Perfect…Enjoy and thanks for sharing…

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  11. Anonymous

    looks beautiful…wish I could see more of it! I was thinking of getting that West Elm headboard for a guest bedroom. Great job!

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  12. Anonymous

    I'm having a love affair with all things grey at the moment and I love the shade that you have used. I'm thinking curtains in this colour at the moment…
    L x

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  13. Anonymous

    I would love to know the color of your walls as well. Love the whole room. We actually looked at that bed, but ended up buying one from Room and Board. It comes tomorrow morning in fact! Yay!

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  14. Anonymous

    What a beautiful bedroom you have created. Love that you spray-painted the ikea chest – it has completely transformed the look into a way more stylish set of drawers! Also the wall colour is fantastic!

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  15. Anonymous

    This is gorgeous. Our master bedroom is currently a shade of mocha which is nice but I'm already for a change (we only moved in last August).

    Charcoal is the way to go, I think. I'm going to email you :)

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  16. Anonymous

    So so lovely! I wish my bedroom looked just like this. I don't have the energy to paint a rental just to repaint when we leave, but perhaps I could incorporate some of your great choices into my home, specifically the lamps! Could you share where they're from (both silver and glass)?

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  17. Anonymous

    What a great idea for the dresser knobs – I have one of those dressers and just might have to try that! Thanks
    Your room is lovely! xo

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  18. Anonymous

    It looks fabulous! I love that you painted the ikea knobs gold. Are the little nightstands ikea, too? They look fantastic!

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  19. Anonymous

    Yes, please!! Of course two of my signature colors :) Elegant but comfortable. Loving it.

    Beatriz.
    thatgirlinpearls.com

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  20. Anonymous

    I really like the 2 toned nightstands! One question, where ever did you find the For Like Ever print in that coloration? Please do tell…I LOVE LOVE LOVE it.
    xo

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  21. Anonymous

    Follow up for the ladies who've asked… the paint color is Valspar Lava Stone, the gold piece above the window is a four-leaf clover, I used a simple spray paint for the knobs in 'brass' (much better than gold), the lamps are pier1, and the 'for like ever' poster in gold (yes, gold!) and cream was a limited edition run that they did years ago… I don't believe it's available anymore. Thank you all for your wonderful comments!!

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  22. Anonymous

    I also love that paint color – tried to get that exact look years ago and ended up with a periwinkle! Dig that lamp on the dresser as well. Lovely room, nice work.

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  23. Anonymous

    Cass this is amazing! You did SUCH a great job. It's so serene and complete. I love that ikea dresser with brass knobs. All that white against the grey is perfect. The lamps are adorable, too. And the four leaf clover is the perfect detail touch.

    I'm really really impressed, but not surprised because after all it's YOU!

    Have a great weekend!

    xo,
    Crystal

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  24. Anonymous

    So calm and serene, I think it turned out incredible, I love the hardware on the dresser, its the jewelry to a great outfit! Great job!!

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  25. Anonymous

    I love this so much! I have a very similar grey in two of our bedrooms but I wasn't brave enough to do all walls, just one wall in each room. I loved it so much I did it in our kitchen too. Love that poster, another purchase I need to make! Love your style!!!

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  26. Anonymous

    how did you finish your casegoods? any good tips? i often find painting it myself will leave the furniture a little sticky, so i was wondering if you sealed it? looks fantastic!
    jolene.

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  27. Anonymous

    The sea fan pillow makes the room for me. Silly, one small detail but it's the little jewel on the bed that adds so much.

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  28. Anonymous

    Very nice bedroom! I finde it interesting to look at pictures of homes belonging to peopel around the world! I have notised that colours is used mutch more frekvently in homes abroad (i am from Sweden)! In Sweden almoste everyting is based on white! I think we are a bit afraid of using colours here! I finde your bedroom peaceful! You can have a look at my blogg/home if you want!
    Helena

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  29. Anonymous

    Cass, it looks amazing. I love all of the small details you put into the room. I've been wanting to paint our apartment for a long time. It'll have to wait until after the wedding but you gave me inspiration to start thinking about it.

    Hope you have a fabulous {playful} weekend!

    xo, Caitlin

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  30. Anonymous

    I love love LOVE this look!! Where did you get all your furniture from? Especially the nightstands, so gorgeous!!!!

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  31. Anonymous

    Absolutely beautiful, you did such a wonderful job and took care of all the little details! I hope you and your boy enjoy many lazy mornings together :)

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  32. Anonymous

    i have that same for like ever print in gold in my living room – and my living room is a similar grey! love love it! nice job!

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  33. Anonymous

    Cass it turned out so beautifully! I just adore this room. Love the grey, love the accents, love everything! Nice work!

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  34. Anonymous

    ohh i'm just obsessed with trees and branches. what is that mini tree like structure you have on your nightstand??

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  35. Anonymous

    It's LOVE-LY!!! A long way from a mattress on the floor, indeed! And the gray and white? Be still my heart! You must love waking up in there. :)

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  36. Anonymous

    love Grey wall paint. I have a little shade in my bedroom i love! i hear the for like poster as well. =)

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Bedroom Sneak Peek: Mustard + Grey

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Well, it’s not quite perfect yet (and of course I won’t put my photos up until it is!) But, I thought I’d share a little sneak peek of the bedroom since I’ve been working on it so much… and talking about it so much!More soon my lovelies… but until then, why not check out my […]

25 responses on “Bedroom Sneak Peek: Mustard + Grey

  1. Anonymous

    Fun, fun, fun! I love the grey and mustard color combo. One of my favorite outfits is my gray shirt and mustard cardigan.

    ~Camberley

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  2. Anonymous

    thanks for asking about the paint color! i completely forgot to include it. it is Valspar paint in Lava Stone. a very true grey, but without a hint of blue! if anything it looks warm in some lights.

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  3. Anonymous

    oh it's fab! I am so wanting a dark gray walled bedroom! …but by the time we finally buy a house, who knows. I love it!

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  4. Anonymous

    It's lovely! Love that you went with a dark gray. I used something similar in my kitchen, the rest of the house lighter gray when I moved in my new place a few years back–have not regretted it. Looking forward to seeing more!

    xo

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Room of the Week 9.24

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Last week delight by design featured this gorgeous room, and I just can’t get it out of my head!From the pages of Canadian House & Home, this pale pink and charcoal room is one of those spaces that takes a while to take in… and if I had to guess I’d say the inspiration came […]

26 responses on “Room of the Week 9.24

  1. Anonymous

    The pink works so well in this room, and it's so light, nothing too obviousy or head ache making! I like the vases and the mirror. Beautiful, Cassandra

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  2. Anonymous

    I usually HATE pink… but I have to admit this room is BANGIN! I might have to change my opinon. Love the post and the pink :)

    Keighley @TheBellaLife

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  3. Anonymous

    I got this issue of CH&H last night and also fell in love with this room! I stared at it forever. The color combination is so nice and unusual.

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  4. Anonymous

    Such a pretty room! My favorite parts are the pops of color. The aqua you pointed out and the deeper pink of the orchid and flowers on the mantel.
    -Tawney

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  5. Anonymous

    There is something of the 1930's era that is coming across here in this collage of feminine-cameo-shell-pink, and the masculine-charcoal-grey-wool-tweed-suiting. Very "Victor/Victoria" reflected in a modern mirror.

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  6. Anonymous

    Love that magazine H&H. Solid pink could be nice for the pillows and grey pinstripes would bring the grey out to the windows tying everything together. Good idea.

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  7. Anonymous

    Oh, love your ideas for this room! Thank you for the link love:) Have a great weekend and have fun shopping with Erin!

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  8. Anonymous

    this is an absolutely beautiful room. soft and pretty colors with carefully juxtaposed furniture layout. we love love love it!

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  9. Anonymous

    Love this color combination and would venture a guess that you're right about the marble being an inspiration. Think some of the more mod elements (i.e. chair by the fireplace work b/c of the muted colors.

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  10. Anonymous

    Wow, LOVE this room! There's something I really like about big rooms with lots of different seating areas going on. Even though there's a lot of furniture in this space, it doesn't look cluttered, it's very well done. The color scheme is great, too!

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