Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Waterleaf Interiors







Thanks to Coastal Living and Elements of Style, I was introduced to Manhattan Beach designer Jill Johnson from Waterleaf Interiors. You can some great images of her coastal home over at Coastal Living, but I thought I'd share some images from their portfolio. That first image of the breakfast area is a total dream. I want it, I need it, I have to have it! The kitchen in general...all the white, pops of color, the dark floors...love it all!


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31 comments:

honey living said...

love all the chinoiserie elements! when can i move in?

Laura Trevey said...

Gorgeous... Gorgeous... Gorgeous!

Sarah @ Dream In Domestic said...

These are great! A lot of unique chairs and furniture - love it!

Jose. said...

Very nice ¡¡

Melodie said...

I love that she worked in an animal print. It works beautifully!

Destination Seaborn said...

I'm in love! Thanks for sharing! Lisa

Patricia Torres said...

oh my gosh.... sooooooooooooooooo beautiful!! gorgeous!!

Lovely Little Nest said...

Beauuuutiful! I am a sucker for all things turquoise, so these images really spoke to me. Thanks for the design inspiration :)

Cristin said...

I LOVE this look. Thanks for sharing.

xo,
cristin

ana said...

Hi!!! I love #3 and 4 the turquoise big chair of #4 is absolutely amazing!
thanks for the pretty images

Andrea said...

Hi Erin,

I looove those Chippendale chairs!! Been dying for a set for my dining room.

Melissa said...

Sharp-- really love that hall chest and the turquoise and pink chair.

Vanessa said...

Gorgeous rooms! Must check out their site.

Slices of Beauty... said...

Delightful in every way, especially want the workspace in the second image!

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh my goodness, this home is totally soothing and lovely! *Sigh* I have to say, I am 100% with you on the breakfast area. And...I can't stop staring at that dresser in the 4th picture. Love the red and turquoise chair, too!!

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh-oh, and THANK YOU for the sweet comments! You made my day, Erin! :)

down bedding said...

LOVE the artwork in the second pic :)

mirela said...

hi Erin ..just letting you know i have given you a beautiful blogger Award Xx

Ruby said...

THANK YOU for this blog...avid fan! I am doing my entire apartment in shades of Turquoise and Teal and then shades of champagne beige ( due to beige walls and a golden beige carpet) loads of white accessories, and little pops of pink here and there and your blog has been of great inspiration to me! Thanks again!

TJ said...

Sigh...beautiful

Karena said...

Erin the second image, the art just makes it!! I am doing more and more abstract landscapes!beautiful!
Karena
Art by Karena

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Love all of them!!

Acanthus and Acorn said...

Of course I love it all! But the light teal woven chair is to die for!

lee and erin said...

I love the chandelier in the breakfast nook and the hydrangeas. I’m a bit obsessed with hydrangeas at the moment…

Anne said...

L.O.V.E. that dresser and that chandelier!

mustang said...

Another great post Erin. All of these beautiful images make me "chomping at the bits" (an old Texas saying) to get started on my Spring projects. Of course, many of them will involve our fave color!

Chic Coles said...

Love the room with the zebra ottoman and the turquoise chair. Everything in there is beautiful!

Realtor Julie said...

If you want to have good looking and sophisticated home with style, you should to inspire yourself by these pictures. I like this concept of clean lines and premeditated design. Combination of calm grey and brisk turquoise is usable for every room. These colours are not only for man, they can be used in very feminine way too. Especially the first picture is an example of crystal clearness and luxury. If you think that these colours are too cool for you and you want to have more colours in your homes a pink chair, lamp or small colourful accessories are the solution.

Best regards,
Julie

lumiere said...

How clean and fresh! I can't imagine anyone feeling sad in a room with such crispness. Beautiful style!

aricardo said...

It is all beautiful, but I absolutely love the detail in the chest.

Filipp Harbour said...

Turqoise has been my favourite colour ever since I was a child! Love it!

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