If you would like to participate in the Monday’s pets on furniture series please send photos, your name, location and a brief description to kim[at]desiretoinspire[dot]net, or hashtag your photos on Instagram with #DTIpetsonfurniture. Thanks!
A little bonus thanks to Erin and Maison&Objet
1 – Our Lovely Australian Cockatiel – VINJIE
2 – Our Australian cockatiel babies LEFT – Vinjie RIGHT – Kejo
My twin sister sent me this photo of her pooch Benson having a nap on me niece Isabella’s bed.
And one from me. A couple of weekends ago I rearranged my living room (in the end, not much moved) and Lucky ended up passing out on the sofa once I had it in place. (I need to redo some of the pics I took of how the space looks now and will post ASAP)
I think having some bold, statement art in a home is as essential as having walls and a ceiling. This home in Madrid I found via Nuevo Estilo filled with really beautiful art is totally inspiring. I have a hard time finding art that really speaks to me but it is worth taking your time to find. On that note, I am super excited to reveal my dining room redo as soon as its done, particularly because of the art grouping I have planned (it took me almost a year to make or find the 4 pieces).
Photos: Pablo Sarabia
A dose of earthy glamour to finish off the day. One of these days I need to try a grasscloth wallpaper – it adds so much warmth and texture to a space. Beautiful mix of blue and pink in this living and dining rooms in Sherman Oaks, CA by Jessica of Glamour Nest.
There is a whole lot of modern luxury and drama in these spaces designed by New York interior designer Cara Woodhouse. If you’re into statement light fixtures, bold hits of colour and funky furnishings then Cara’s style is up your alley.
Guillaume Terver and Christophe Delcourt of Paris-based architecture and design firm Le LAD have modernized an old seaside home and made it warm and inviting. Loving the slatted wood details throughout, and the view is incredible.