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ONE ROOM INSPIRATION :: A MASCULINE VINTAGE STUDY

mod vintage dark masculine living room via AD Spain

One of the things I love most about having interior design clients is getting to mix up my style a bit! A perfect example of this is a couple we’ve been working with at The Emerald Studio whose vibe is predominantly masculine (they are two men, after all), and decidedly mid-century modern. The stylish duo has been […]

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  1. John Donovan

    When it comes to creating a gorgeous study, it’s important to consider gender. This is a perfect example that is geared towards men, but it’s also one that women can enjoy, as well. The vintage elements are a nice touch, too.

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HOW TO STYLE :: YOUR FAUX FIREPLACE FOR FALL

coco+kelley : fall fireplace styling

It’s officially fall and we’ve all got that urge to turn our homes into a warm and cozy retreat appropriate for the season. One of my favorite, fall features in a house is the fireplace, but it’s fairly common to be stuck in a space with a nonfunctioning one. So, what do you do when you’re left with an […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 10.8

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I first fell in love with this home belonging to Megan Tagliaferri when her house tour went up on C Magazine, and I became instantly obsessed with every detail. But there was one room that really captured my attention…this glamorous dining room… with a bar! Whenever I land on a room I love for the Room of […]

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  1. Janet Murr

    While the architecture, floor and table could be called glamorous, I could hardly refer to the other parts of the room with that adjective. The copper looks very odd. But to each his own.

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  2. franki

    I’m a “copperophile!!” Have been covering objects (stool tops, bakers rack top, etc.) This really hits the spot!! franki

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SUNSET IDEA HOUSE TOUR :: PART ONE

sunset idea house tour | via coco+kelley

You may have seen my travels to Denver a couple weeks ago on my instagram (I wanted to post sooooo many things!), but in case you didn’t catch what I was there for – this is it! I flew out there with Lamps Plus (and Mr. Orlando Soria, who is a GEM), to tour the 2015 Sunset Idea […]

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  3. Katie

    I love this kitchen. Mainly the kitchen floating brass shelves. I poured through your links and cannot find where to get the floating shelves. Can you share a link. Thanks! Katie

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A TROPICAL BREAKFAST NOOK MAKEOVER + BRUNCH!

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Ever since moving in with my boyfriend in February, I’ve been d-y-i-n-g to give the breakfast nook a makeover. The first thing to go was the paint. And then I got a little inspiration from my friends over at Palm Breeze to give things a tropical twist… To some, tropical might mean more color and […]

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  1. Elle

    Have you considered sanding the shine off the floor tiles–it really makes a difference in feel, when you have to work with what is in that space for now!

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  3. Kevin | Thou Swell

    It looks amazing Cassandra! I absolutely loved how you worked with the tiles to create a beachy, tropical feel. I recently completed a project that had that tile pre-existing, and I took a similar approach with a palm and bright blue to freshen it up!

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