Good Golly Miss Molly!

Posted on Thu, 26 Feb 2009 by midcenturyjo


I love revisiting websites where I haven’t dropped in for ages. I love stopping by because I secretly hope the site has been updated. I visited Molly Luetkemeyer’s website recently and I’m blown away. I featured Molly’s interior design work way back in the first couple of weeks of Desire to Inspire but look at her work now! Lashings of OTT glam and goodness. Colour and pattern and vintage and FABULOUS! I had a hard time not posting everything I found…. OK I think I did 😉 Not been to M. Design for awhile? Go now. You’ll overdose on her style!

Mer says:

Holy cannoli! This is the most exciting. LOVE the color.

Suzanne says:

WOW! I love all of her work so much.
I really like the wall of necklaces – genius! I have all mine hanging from one big nail on a wall, but never thought to spread them out – I might just have to try it.

susie q says:

Genius. That painted bed has been in my “favorite things of all time” file for a while. Note only can Molly do antiquey charming, but she’s brilliant at modern. Love it.

i am so impressed by her work. this is usually not something i would be drawn to, but even with all the color, there is a sense of restraint and sharp focus. i love the kitchen. love the idea of yellow kitchens, but the stripes on the ceiling are totally fun! this is a house the looks like it should be lived in, and not just photographed. well done!

Nice pictures!

I really like the necklaces hanging in the bathroom, as art. Nice touch.

Amanda says:

Gorgeous rooms! Is there any way you could give me more info on the set of white occasional chairs with the curved backs in the 5th picture from the bottom? They’re exactly what I’ve been looking for in my living room! Thanks for daily inspiration…

ARB

her work is so colorful and happy…thanks for introducing her …! : )

IRENE says:

Amazing designers!Real life, stylish, great storage, can nwork with many seasonal trends. Thanks for sharing.

Fabulous designs! Great idea on the necklace thing. Never thought of just hanging them on bathroom walls for an artistic look and design. Great job on the colors, too! It's too often difficult to bring in a lot of colors into a design but the images just give a great combination that doesn't make having rainbow colors too stuffy.

Irene Love

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