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Thursday
May252017

Black, blue and brass

Chic and polished in a colour palette of black, navy blue and brass. This home is absolutely gorgeous, and I think I am now suffering from wallpaper envy. Another stunning project by Venice Beach designer Katherine Carter.  

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Tuesday
May232017

Traditional with a twist

I continue to baffle myself with my sudden obsession with all things traditional, but when it's traditional with a bit of a modern twist I am ALL OVER THAT. British interior designer Ben Pentreath takes typical English traditional decor and adds a bohemian and modern flair to it so it appeals to a younger generation who don't like to sit on plastic covered sofas and who are ok with footprints on the plush carpet.   

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Monday
May222017

Timeless bathrooms

My quest for pretty, timeless bathroom inspiration continues (while I dream about having the time and money to renovate mine), and these two from the portfolio of Jamie Krywicki Wilson are lovely examples of how to keep things simple yet elegant. 

Tuesday
May092017

A Craftsman beach house

What a fabulous beach house designed by Threshold Interiors! This Jersey Shore Craftsman is so pleasing to the eye with lots of fun touches like graphic floor tile (and fireplace surround), wallpaper (love that Farrow & Ball Aranami pattern in the bathroom), and the bathrooms are absolutely stunning. And what about this kitchen!! Subway tile, copper, and pale grey cabinets make it timeless and polished. 

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Tuesday
Apr182017

Classic spaces by VSP Interiors

Elegant and classic, timeless with subtle modern touches, Henriette von Stockhausen and Jane Petti of British design firm VSP Interiors are creating drama with mostly traditional spaces (add in the occasional modern kitchen). I adore this first living room - the wallpaper is gorgeous and with the layers of furnishings and accessories it's busy but the resulting space works and it's fabulously bold. 

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