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HOW TO STYLE :: YOUR FAUX FIREPLACE FOR FALL

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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

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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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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE :: MODERN NEUTRALS IN PARIS

I mentioned earlier this week that I’m on a bit of a neutrals kick – but not my usual black and white fare. Instead, I’m being drawn to layers of cream, putty, and mushroom. Which are all just really nicer ways of saying beige… But, if anyone can make beige un-boring, its certainly the French […]

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  1. Ryan Hart

    Really like how you can pull inspiration from the photos and give examples on how to recreate it. As you mentioned, adding moulding can be a simple way to take your room decor to the next level.

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  2. Courtney

    Simplicity with a pop of pattern and masculinity is the way to go. I’ll take that tufted leather chair on wheels any day, awesome.

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  3. Sage

    ooh, that wallpaper is KILLER. I like the mixed textures, too; when they’re all similar colors, the textures help keep it all from blending together.

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  4. Linh Vo

    So lovely. There is something so nice about a minimalist look. You’re right – you don’t need much to make this room any better. But, that wallpaper completely transforms the room and I love it! That is one nice looking leather chair. Glad to know it can be customized in different colors :)
    -Linh
    http://abeautifulrawr.com

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  5. Sarah

    So gorgeous. Sometimes, less can be more, especially with these beautiful pieces you’ve picked! I just love that pale grey/blue paint color/am stalking it for my living room. Dig your vibes, lady.

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