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A Curated Look :: Houston Home

My favorite interior last week featured in Matchbook Magazine’s latest issue, was the beautiful home of Bailey and Pete McCarthy. After briefly living in Chicago and Austin, the husband and wife interior design team behind Biscuit Home and the Peppermint Bliss blog settled in Houston. For the home’s design, the couple incorporated  items they’ve been collecting as they moved from city to city. Their curated look is inviting, multi-layered and has a wonderful mix of period styles.

emerald green velvet sofapeppermint bliss living roomgreen and yellow floral wallpaper bedroomRetro Pink Dining Roomdecorate in layerskitchen island table with caster wheelsretro bar with open shelving and wallpaper

I will say I have never considered my style fearless. My style has evolved over the years and I think it has gotten better and more refined, but it really is just my style. I am flattered that people like it but I am always a little amused when the work is called “fearless”- like maybe I should be afraid of putting it out there because it is testing the boundaries of good taste? Whoopsies. – Bailey McCarthy

chic bathroom medicine cabinetpagoda bookcasegirl's eclectic bedroom dresser vignette


Head to Matchbook Magazine to read the interview and see more inspiring images of this darling home!

Photo credit: Emily Anderson

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Organized, Functional Style: Medicine Cabinet

We load them up with cosmetics, dental supplies and of course medicine. To keep medicine cabinets neat and tidy its important that every item has a place.
Although, my medicine cabinet was functional, it lacked style {above}. So when the folks at Three by Three asked if wanted to test one of their organizing products, I jumped at the chance. I  knew that a trio of the Mini Magnetic Strips  add visual appeal while making the cabinet more efficient. They come in a rainbow of colors, but selected the hot blue because it worked best with our bathroom’s look.
Installing the strips took under 30 minutes and I did it all myself. Spot-on Magnetic Hooks were added to hold scissors, nail clippers and an eyelash curler. Magnetized spice canisters now hold barrettes, hair elastics and eye shadows. I love the way it functions and looks!
Sometimes an inspirational quote is a great way to start or end your day, so affixed colorful cards with some of my favorites.
What items help keep your medicine cabinet stylish, yet practical?
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