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HOUSE TOUR :: CUMULATIVE COMFORT

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The home that I gravitate towards these days are rarely the showy, glamorous type, but rather the kind that have a few things that seem a bit off. Maybe it’s a few too many framed photos on the mantle, lamp shades and rugs that have faded from years of sunlight, or water rings on heirloom […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 2.23

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Yes yes yes yes yes.For some this might be woven overload, but I am in love with all the texture in this room. The touches of green and blue add just enough color, and the wallpaper simply perfect. While the rest of the rooms in this Southampton home (belonging to designer Tory Burch) are a […]

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  1. The Salvage Snob

    I totally agree!! Love the textures in the room. The accents of blue and green are amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. null

    Love sun rooms. They remind me of cottage country Ontario.

    Looking forward to meeting you next week at the conference!

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ROOM OF THE WEEK 10.28

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It’s officially that time of year where I begin to dream of heavenly dining rooms to host cozy dinner parties….Something like this room by Joe Nahem, perhaps? I love that it’s deceptively simplistic: a table, some chairs, drapes – nothing that appears too complicated – and yet the detail of each layer is perfectly thought […]

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ROOM OF THE WEEK: 7.22

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Just yesterday I had a reader email me asking if I could do a post on my favorite dining rooms. I absolutely adore decorating dining areas because it mixes interior design with my other favorite subject – entertaining! So, while I sort through my files and pull out the best of the best, I thought […]

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Room of the Week 9.17

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Last Thursday’s room was pure minimalism. So, this week, I’m going the exact opposite direction with this living area captured by James Merrell…I’m usually not this traditional in my taste. Ok, I’m never this traditional in my taste. And you better believe that the first thing to go in this room would be that rug. […]

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  1. Anonymous

    I'd love to be moving in. Your right as always Cassandra, some selective editing & that would be place of joy for me as well. I typically don't go for traditional either but I am drawn to this space (minus the carpet of course!). Lovely choice!!

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  2. Anonymous

    Fantastic chandeliers in these rooms! My heart is especially sent a-flutter by the second one — it's the books on the table. Books get me every time. But both of the rooms feel like I could walk in, grab a good seat, curl up and read or sip some tea while chatting with friends. Very good choices.

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  3. Anonymous

    I NEVER would have thought I'd like those colors so much in a room, but I think mixing them in with such a traditional looking room keeps the space looking young. So pretty!

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  4. Anonymous

    perfection! this is totally my style and i'm moving so it's PERFECT timing for inspiration for the new living room.

    chic and relevant as always!

    thanks.
    crm

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  5. Anonymous

    Oooh, lovely. It's the kind of room you walk into and just sigh in pleasure…I'm not sure I'd put it together myself, but SO gorgeous.

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  6. Anonymous

    Yes, the chandelier is gorgeous! There is to much stuff in the rooms though. I love the palette but would need to take some things out for me to feel peaceful. Still love the chandelier though ~ that is a restful furnishing for me. Lovely and delicate.

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  7. Anonymous

    oh I love the dining chairs, they look like they have a low back which is quick refreshing. The lilac on those wing chairs and fantastic. It all feels so cozy like all my favorite pieces from my grandparents house!

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