Absolutely loved seeing this recent project of Bailey's from Peppermint Bliss over on Style Me Pretty the other day. She is one talented gal! Here's a quick tour but your can see even more images over here. To me, the kitchen is the true gem of this gorgeous home:
Wowzers! This home does not disappoint. You can take a peek at Bailey's own home that I featured here.
Have a great weekend everyone :)
I love to discover the work of talented people in the field of design - and I was happy to be introduced to Ryan Street & Associates the other day through the powers of Pinterest. This full-scope design and architecture firm has a fabulous portfolio, and I've sifted through their projects to show you a few of my favorite spaces. You'll soon notice that I was quite smitten with their bathroom designs!!
Pretty lovely stuff! I adore the simple color palettes throughout their work. To see more from their portfolio hop over here.
The kitchen below actually had me drooling; it's the timeless architectural details that really sing! And that floor. Enough said.
images via Style at Home
My dream kitchen would definitely have a mix of white and wood like this. I love an island that looks like a piece of furniture. Another dream - to have a banquette!
The built-in sconces, the black & white toile pillows, the plate wall - should I go on?
Now THAT is a kitchen. Definitely tucking that one in my dream home file.
I'm guessing you spotted Emily's powder room makeover the other day? Golden! I love seeing brave new ideas like this ... it truly is the LARGE-scale floral wallpaper by Ellie Cashman that makes the space - it just wouldn't be the same without it!
How lovely! Would you use a large-scale floral or botanical wallcovering like this one? It's definitely a go-big-or-go-home look. Here are a couple more examples:
I think it's perfection especially in a powder room - the idea of a small space that packs a seriously powerful punch is so attractive to me! What do you think?
I'm not one to generally gravitate towards shades of purple in interiors ... but lately I've been seeing beautiful examples of lovely lilac, and I adore it! Maybe it's because I'm dreaming of spring and all the pretty pastels that come along with it?
Everything looks so calming and airy in these spaces and I think it comes from the fact that in every example above, lilac is being paired with a heavy dose of crisp white and soft creams. So inviting, don't you think?