Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Caitlin Moran

I am crazy about the color in this Cow Hollow Residence designed by Caitlin Moran and photographed by Kathryn MacDonald. Isn't that yellow great with the teal?! And what a fun gallery wall outside the bedroom...I love it with the wallpaper and teal trim. Caitlin co-owns Found, a shop full of 'rediscovered objects' located in San Francisco. I have to have this desk!

13 comments:

sealaura said...

beautiful take on the turquoise. it looks very grown up and for some reason it made me think of the 50s/60s.

travelingmama said...

The jewel tones are so striking! Makes me want to run and grab my sweaters and scarfs for cooler weather!

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Great color scheme! The yellow works fabulous with the turquoise :)

RLG said...

Love these pictures. I would have guessed Molly Luetkemeyer as the designer -- some similarities. I would love to hunker down and read a book straight through in that living room. xoxo

Devon said...

I'm obsessed with the color in those pictures and want to use it in my master bedroom...but am terrified! Glad to see such great inspiration. It's giving me the kick I need to move forward.

sarah @ realestatestyle said...

my grandmother had a desk like that! I bet you could find one and paint it yourself!

Yansy said...

I've coveted this home for a while now. I just love everything about it! Lets face it, I'm a sucker for a gallery wall.

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

That is a great color on the wall! I also love the geometric wallpaper as well! Great post.

Ivan Chan Studio said...

Yes, quite beautiful!

Thanks also for providing a link to the photographer. So often they're the "invisible artists" of the gorgeous interiors we look at on the Internet, I love becoming familiar with, and respecting their work.

Thanks for introducing Caitlin and Kathryn into my design encyclopedia! :)

Take care,

I.

Kaj@ said...

I looooove your blog!!! And I looove turquoise!!! So thank you very much for posting all of these gorgeous photos. I hope you don't mind that I mentioned about you on my blog :)

Ann said...

Oh what gorgeous spaces... and yes that yellow is great with the teal...very lovely together.

down and out chic said...

i adore these bold spaces. the yellow and blue combo is just gorgeous.

Sue said...

I love your photos, the Fortuny lamp, in the first photo, is my favorite lamp! See you more Fortuny lamps in my blog.

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