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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.8

Continuing on yesterday’s obsession with modern design, I bring you a space that is … and isn’t. The stunning Spanish tiles in this home make the space. But that sofa is a pretty close second. The antique design done in black leather is such a gorgeous contrast of new and old that I dare say it’s downright […]

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  1. Chichi Furniture

    A very stylish room, although I agree that maybe an all white rug may add a touch of warmth, the floor is amazing but a tad cold for a lounge. I don’t mind that all the seating is black as there’s enough gold/yellow to lift the colour and it looks consistent and chic, it may look a bit busy if another colour was thrown in.

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 11.8

Pablo Paniagua

This gorgeous space has been haunting me on Pinterest – every time I see it I fall in love all over again! Which is why it absolutely deserves a Room of the Week title, and a full tour! I think by this point we can safely say that I’m a traditional glamourist at heart when […]

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  1. Benji

    Cassandra- I love, love, love this space (as I pin each photo). It might be a guy thing. I swear there must be something in the water in Spain, because this is the second Spanish designers I’ve come across with an incredible design aesthetic. Thanks for introducing me to Pablo Paniagua.

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  2. Joanna

    You’re right about the overstyling, it definitely needs a little breathing room throughout. Wow to that ceiling height, those windows and that raspberry couch!

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  3. Marissa

    I love this room, I blogged about it a couple weeks ago. I think I mainly love color palette. I definitely agree it could use some paring down in the accessories department but I forgive it since I love the rug so much.

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  4. Gretchen

    I count eleven tables and not one with enough room to comfortably host a cocktail! Definitely over styled. That said, I love the detail of the yellow back on some of the neutral pillows.

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  5. Maria @ All Things Luxurious

    I think this space is really beautiful — especially the colors. But my eye is going every which way, trying to find something to focus on! I do think a little simplifying could go a long way in this space as it seems just a tad overdone. Still, lots of gorgeous elements goin’ on in here!

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  6. Franki

    Since I’m “all about curves” (arches, spheres, etc.) the geometrics give me pause…you could do “wonders” with it though…. franki

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INTERIORS TO INSPIRE: A BLACK AND WHITE DANCE

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Most decor falls into a primarily feminine or masculine category, and while I’ve seen plenty of well-mixed spaces, none have been done quite like this… Curvy Corinthian columns welcome us to one of the sweetest living rooms this girl has ever laid her eyes on (PS, Julie from Chapman Interiors, here!). The columns are undoubtedly a […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 3.17

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It’s time for some fresh, fun glamour for this week’s Room of the Week! I’m totally swooning for these adjoining rooms and the way the bright pinks + patterns are playing off each other while traditional pieces and modern lines mix in seamlessly… Do you recognize the fabric on the sofa? It’s a fun little […]

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Room of the Week 7.24

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I’ve been skipping on my usual Thursday ‘Room of the Week’ feature lately, so apologies for those who look forward to it! It’s just that recently I’ve been posting so many rooms that I felt it a bit redundant. But, I’ve collected up some absolute stunners (in my book anyway) that require the coveted title. […]

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  1. Anonymous

    That room is incredible looking but not very practical for cooking. Assuming there is a fridge in here, its too far from the sink which is far from the ovens which is awkwardly placed around the islands. Such an amazing space Im surprised it doesn’t have a better lay out. But I suppose if your home looks like this, you are probably eating at 3 Michelin starred restaurants everynight :)

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  2. Anonymous

    agreed! the islands are WAY too far from each other! i’m assuming it’s to keep the space in front of the fireplace open. i wish i could see the other side of the rom, which i assume (or rather, hope) would be cupboards and a fridge (or two), etc etc. but you’re probably right… if this is your kitchen you might not necessarily be cooking in it every night!

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  3. Anonymous

    This is incredible. Some of the details remind me of an old apothecary. I work for this company called Designers Call in Santa Monica that is really good at taking rooms and redesigning them with fun mixes of modern and vintage like this, plus they are affordable.

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