Friday, June 24, 2016

Mary Mac & Co.


































When an Atlanta couple decided to build their vacation home in WaterColor, Florida, they turned to interior designers Mary McWilliams and Kenson Bates of Mary Mac & Co. and architect T.S. Adams Studio to turn their dream into a reality! The breezy beach house captured by photographer Jean Allsopp is elegant yet comfortable, and filled with splashes of soft blue and sea-inspired accessories throughout! I'm not gonna lie–the mudroom might be my favorite space. (What is it about mudrooms?!) I just love those cute cubbies painted Benjamin Moore’s “Heaven on Earth"! The master bathroom painted Borrowed Light” from Farrow & Ball is an absolute dream too! Read an article all about the home (including sources!) and see more pics over at Traditional Home! And for another drop dead gorgeous beach home by TS Adams Studio, go here!

Have a great weekend! :)

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Sarah Natsumi Moore


















I don't always get to go the rustic route on this blog, but I sure love it when I do! This incredible Texas home was captured beautifully by Austin-based interiors and lifestyle photographer Sarah Natsumi Moore. Texture reigns supreme in the home by Hill Country Builder! The warm, cozy and rugged vibe is perfect for its setting, and I love the way they introduced turquoise into the design...a color (or stone!) never out of style in Texas! And with all the wood, brick and stone, I adore the juxtaposition of the cozy velvet and linen bedding in the bedroom! There's still so much more to see of this amazing home...finish your tour here!

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Bailey McCarthy of Biscuit Home
















Nothing says summer like a bunk room! Bailey McCarthy of Biscuit Home (and the blog Peppermint Bliss!) designed this fun space for Coastal Living's 2015 Cinnamon Shore Showhouse in Port Aransas, Texas. I love her take on gender neutral! She used crowd-pleasing Dolphin’s Cove by Benjamin Moore on the bunks, trim, and walls to make the small room feel larger, and her own super-cute Marfa cactus print for the bedding. And that bathroom?! The talented designer embraced the teeny tiny space and turned the room into a wetroom. She said standing there surrounded by all of the gorgeous Ann Sacks penny tile makes you feel like you are surrounded by bubbles under the sea! And since the penny tiles have a matte finish and their small scale calls for more grout, it's much less slippery and safer for the kiddos! Read all about the space, see more photos by Molly Miller and check out the other fun bunk room in the home here!

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