Friday, February 27, 2015

Cove Interiors




















Cold Coast meets Cape Cod! This breezy home located in southeastern Queensland on the east coast of Australia belongs to interior designer Kate Gallie of Cove Interiors and her husband Price. The couple worked with Bayden Goddard of BGD Architects to design their dream home, one that embraced both their family and their lifestyle. The indoor/outdoor design is incredible! I love how airy and open the interiors feel, the sea-inspired color palette mixed with the rustic touches, and the chic coastal accessories throughout! You can see more photos by Steve Ryan and read the article all about the home over at Queensland Homes!

Have a great weekend!!


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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Barnes Photographics
































Indoors and out, this Pajaro Dunes beach house photographed by Genia Barnes of Barnes Photographics is a picture perfect getaway! The laid-back home, located outside of Santa Cruz, California, was totally remodeled by Eric Lamascus of Elite Construction. I love how he optimized every inch while keeping the focus on the views...love all those windows! And you know I absolutely adore that bright and cheery kitchen! See more of the home here!


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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

RUHM Inc.






















What I love most about this Newport Beach, California home is its beach vibe with a modern edge! RUHM Inc. captured the sleek home filled with a tranquil palette of grays and whites with turquoise accents. Gerald Hammer and Albert Bernal of Bernal Capital Group chose the surface materials, finishes and fixtures, while Natalie Moreno of Premier Home Staging brought in streamlined style with the furnishings and accessories. What I'd give for that indoor/outdoor space right now...love that huge bifold door! For lots more photos and to read all about the home, go here–the real estate listing is one of the coolest I've seen!


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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Glave and Holmes Architecture










"A Personal Sanctuary" was the design concept for this gorgeous master bedroom in last year's Richmond Symphony Designer House in Richmond, Virginia designed by Gary Inman and Catherine Stanley of Glav√© & Holmes Architecture, photographed here by Kip Dawkins. The designers envisioned a very serene space where the parents could escape the pressures of their lives and reconnect, rejuvenate, and perhaps share a romantic evening. I loved learning that the beautiful wall color (Benjamin Moore "Skyscraper") was inspired by Matthew's blue room in Downton Abbey! You can read all about the beautiful space here, and head on over to The Art of Fine Living–Gary Inman's new blog, for even more design inspiration!

Sources
Wall color - Benjamin Moore "Skyscraper" 765
Bed - Niermann Weeks
Bedding - Yves Delorme
Window treatment - F. Schumacher - Chinois Palais - Aquamarine
Table - McKinnon & Harris
Chairs - Moore Councill
Settee - Kindel Furniture
Dresser - Kindel Furniture
Vanity - fabricated by Vangarde Woodworks
Botanicals - Blackwell Botanicals

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