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Sunday
Aug132017

Sunday at the barbershop

I love my hair stylist, but he works out of a rowhouse he owns that he never really decorated and is waiting for an offer so he's not putting any money into it. Because I spend at least 2 hours a day there every 8 weeks, it would be a much more pleasant experience if it looked as awesome as this barbershop (but he often brings his dogs, so that makes up for the lack of design). One Love Barbershop in Nice, France was designed by Baldini Architecture and I adore the somewhat random and dark colour palette. That shade of green is delish. 

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Monday
Jul312017

A moody living and dining room by Brian Paquette

Seattle-based interior designer Brian Paquette continues to make me swoon over his work - including this magazine-worthy living and dining room he designed in West Seattle. Such beautiful tones of deep green, ochre, black and grey. Moody and dramatic without being too dark. 

(See more of Brian's projects here)

Monday
Jul242017

More from Fawn 

You may remember the thatched cottage kitchen by Fawn Interior Design Studio that I swooned over a few months ago. (In case you don't you can find it here.) I thought you might like to see more of this lovely old home. Robert and Tamsin Allen have now worked their magic on the reception rooms. The sitting room is like a private members' club, dark and comfy, stylish and relaxing. The living room is more like a cinema room, darker and den-like while the dining room is lighter, the perfect spot for afternoon homework or gathering with family and friends to share a meal.

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Thursday
Jul202017

A dramatic home by Anthony Michael

Dramatic, dark, glamourous, sophisticated, and more statement art....loving this Oakdale project by Chicago interior designer Anthony Michael

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Saturday
Jul082017

Working on a Saturday

I could have almost called this one "Hanging out on a Saturday" because I'd love to be doing that right now. But if you do have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it is somewhere this stylish. Dr. Smood in Miami by Quincoces-Dragò & Partners.

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