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Color Crush :: Pale Pink

pale pink nursery // caitlin creer

Known to represent kindness and remind us of those sweet flamingos, the color pink comes in many shades. Although I love them all, lately  I’ve most drawn to the hue’s pale, pink side that is often featured in a baby girl’s nursery like the one by Caitlin Creer above. The fresh and cool shade of pink is also popping up in other areas of the home as a primary or accent color. Pale pink takes on a modern, sophistication when paired with a darker hues like black, navy and green.

pink ceiling // dining room // tobi fairleydusty rose front doorretro pink tile // bathroompink flamingo girl's bedroom // cristin priest design // rue magazinepale pink dining room // lonnyblush pink sofa

image sources: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

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Read full story By on January 18, 2016 in baby and children, baby nursery room, Bathroom, Bedroom, bedrooms, color, dining rooms, Girl, interior design, Interiors, mid-century modern, Uncategorized

Friday Finds :: Pinterest Faves

Happy Friday! Holy cow, did this last week seem to fly by or what?! I’ve been busy decking the halls, wrapping gifts and checking off the gift lists for loved ones.  Even though I didn’t find time to blog, I still visited one of my favorite sites for inspiration: Pinterest. Here are a few of the most popular pins in the last few weeks:

dusty rose front doordare to beginsmall dining space // san francisco apartment // rue magazineelegant master bedroomvegan amaretto snowballs // holiday cookiesrustic country holidaypinecone garland // how to // holiday decor

image sources:  1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7

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Read full story By on December 11, 2015 in Bedroom, Christmas, color, dining rooms, Features, food, friday find, Friday Finds, Get The Look, Holiday, holiday decor, interior design, Interiors, pinterest

Book Review :: Carrier & Company Positively Chic Interiors

Their interiors reflect a spectrum of styles from bohemian glamour to country charm. from modern luxe to elegantly traditional. Husband and wife design duo, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller of Carrier & Company make it all look effortless too. It’s therefore no surprise that the couple’s work has caught industry and media attention as they were named to the Architectural Digest Top 100 in 2013 & 2014 and Elle Decor’s A-list for 2015. When asked if I’d like to review Carrier & Company’s new book, Positively Chic Interiors (The Vendome Press), I jumped at the chance. Released today and filled with over 200 inspiring images, readers are given an inside look into their process for creating charmingly personal, beautifully balanced and positively chic interiors. In the book’s introduction, Carrier & Company explains that they “are dedicated to creating the firm foundations of functional beauty that are necessary in order to live with ease, style, and comfort.” Their design approach resonates with me and I know this is a book I will reference and treasure for a long time. Here’s a look at a small sampling of the gorgeous images that fill the pages of this delightful book.

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We love to edit back the belongings, to pare down the possessions to find the right balance – Carrier & Co

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We prize decoration that feels effortless, essential, and light of spirit. – Carrier & Co

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Read full story By on September 22, 2015 in Bedroom, book, book review, dining rooms, Features, foyers, interior design, Interiors, Living Room

Walls with a Wow Factor

Let’s talk wallcoverings. They are a critical part of setting the mood in any space. Walls are a great place to add color, pattern and texture. Glam them up or tone them down using paint (typically the least expensive route), wallpaper (more expensive, but great way to incorporate pattern) or fabric (typically the most expensive). From vintage to modern, I’ve rounded up a rooms that have walls with a wow factor:

dining room // BM Seaweed green // Palmer Weissbedroom // katie ritter fabricsnursery room // bold wallpaperSol LeWitt inspired wallsgirl's bedroom // vintage floral wallpaper

image sources: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5

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Read full story By on September 8, 2015 in Bedroom, color, crib, dining rooms, interior design, Interiors, pattern, textiles, wallpaper