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Sunday
Aug142016

Calming neutrals

Things have been soooo busy for me lately so a little calmness is welcome in every aspect of my life, including here on the blog. This Japanese inspired, semi-minimalist apartment I found on The Village is filled with nothing but neutrals and I love it for that. The shelving in the living and dining spaces is pretty fantastic too. 

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Friday
Aug122016

Simple beauty

A simple palette of whites and washed out sea glass hues layered with textures and natural finishes. A comfortable elegance, a restrained luxury, tranquil, uncomplicated. A simple beauty. Laffite's Pointe by Houston, Texas based interior designer Ginger Barber.

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Thursday
Jun232016

Casa Cook Rhodes

Is your week dragging on like mine? Even though the hump day has passed does it still feel like you are wading waist deep in molasses? If the answer is yes then it's time for a virtual getaway to the Greek island of Rhodes, to the latest hip and happening, bohemian lifestyle, fun in the sun, über stylish holiday resort. Welcome to Casa Cook. After you've checked in and thrown your bags in your room I'll meet you by the pool.

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Monday
Jun202016

Monochrome mastery

Like a modernist sand castle this Malibu house by Jamie Bush is a master class in monochromatic palette and texture. The colours of shell and sand and stone are repeated and enhanced in this sea side retreat with rough and handmade juxtaposed with the modern and clean lined. The perfect counterfoil to all limited colour palette is, of course, the endless blue of the sea and the sky.

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Tuesday
Jun142016

Sea Cliff home

I tend to love bold colour palettes (ie. dark) but this house has totally thrown me for a loop. I absolutely adore the neutral shades of this home designed by SVZ Interior Design. It is so bright and soothing yet classy and elegant. This project was a full remodel that included a new guest house, master bathroom, kitchen and guest bathrooms. The whole home was refreshed with paint colors and light fixtures as well as a complete furnishing design. The style that the home homeowner wanted was neutral but textural; classic but interesting. We layered many elements of traditional, transitional, modern and eclectic furnishings to make the space feel timeless. (For more of Sayre Victoria Ziskin's work check out this post)

 

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