Friday, September 2, 2011

Tobi Fairley














If you're like me, I know you all just fell head over heals in love with this drop dead gorgeous kitchen and bath designed by Tobi Fairley, of course! Who else knows how to perfectly execute our beloved blues in such a sophisticated, elegant way?! The two-tone faux-finished kitchen cabinetry is breathtaking! And I absolutely LOVE the dining area with the built-in banquette and its fab Schumacher print. The bathroom is just as lovely with the same calm palette and airy feel as the kitchen. I love the sea glass accent tile and fabric on the roman shades. The kitchen is actually gracing the cover of this month's At Home in Arkansas and there's lots more beautiful photography by Nancy Nolan to savor. Read all about the home and see the images here!

And with that, I wish you all an awesome Labor Day weekend!! Be safe and have fun! I'll see you back here on Tuesday! :)


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39 comments:

Danielle said...

I believe you just posted my dream kitchen - I love it!

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

My jaw just dropped! Tobi works like magic, huh? How talented!!!

Loving every inch of this kitchen. Thank you so much for this one, Erin!

Have a great weekend, sweetie.

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Amanda said...

One of the things I love and admire about Tobi is how she can create these eye-poping, color-infused rooms and then turn around and do a sophisticated,serene room! That girl is good!!!!

Ivy Lane said...

love the banquette!

mustang said...

Wow, Tobi has hit it out of the park once again. That girl can do no wrong in my book.

Have a great, safe weekend Erin. We are hoping for some rain here in central Texas and some relief from the 100+ temps.

Anonymous said...

The article didn't say where she bought the pendants. Do you have any idea?

Diane @ At Home in Arkansas said...

Thanks for sharing this great project Erin, you always make us proud:)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend too.

Jen @ The Decor Scene said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. I love how bright and airy both rooms are.

The Pink Pagoda said...

Wow. This is gorgeous -- thanks so much for sharing. I looked but couldn't find anything about the fabric used for the roman shades in the bathroom. I'd love to know what that fabric is! Does anybody know?

Cove and Grey said...

WOW! I love everything about this home! The turquoise isn't too bright (for a neutral lover like me). I think that the home is so calming. Great feature!

Stephanie said...

I love the way the window coverings are coordinated - have been looking for some sort of treatment for my own house. This may be it! Thanks a million!

Raquel said...

This just might be my favorite kitchen ever Erin! Although I'm pretty sure I keep saying that each time I find a new favorite, but I think this one might stick

Heather at Satisfying Spaces said...

Gorgeous!

Fashion-isha said...

How fabulous is that storage bench seat! I just love that!
xo
Sharon

Sizzle and Zoom said...

I love the kitchen nook so nice for morning coffee and the shower with the turquoise tile running thru it. Lovely.

Janine Hummel said...

i have such a love affair with those pendant lamps; think they're from restoration hardware. sadly, the love affair is unrequited :)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful kitchen! Do you know where the pendants and lantern come from?
Thanks a million

Lorna said...

That is fabulous and I love the 'headboard' behind the pew.
I recently ordered a turquoise and metallic wallpaper for a client - am looking forward to seeing it in situ.

Anonymous said...

I love this kitchen. I am in process of redoing mine and would like to get those pendants. I searched online, I found ones that look like them,not sure if they are actually them? Pelham Dome Pendants? Anyone know for sure?And what make is lantern over table?Cheryl

Daisy Pink Cupcake said...

Oh my goodness...this is perfection!
Daisy~

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

This was a beautiful project. Love the light color scheme and finishes.

zestofzoé said...

hi ! i'm french and due to Pinterest i discovered your lovely blog. I have to admit that I'm affect by the same disease, I loooove turquoise also!

mrsben said...

Like so many other comments; LOVE, LOVE the kitchen!
Also as I do have a passion for fabrics, thank you Erin for including the Schumacher link.
-Brenda-

Something Gorgeous said...

Love the pendant lights. X

p-l-a-i-d said...

This is absolutely amazing. I love the kitchen and bathroom and of course the color!

Jessica said...

I could really just sink into that nice big bathtub right now :)

Danya said...

Love the dining table & that grand bench. So classy! And that light fixture in the bathroom - I'm wishing it were mine!

Thanks for sharing...

Danya
www.PinkPeonyStyle.com

Allison Egan said...

oh my! I love that bath! So glamourous but soothing at the same time. happy long weekend!
xo Allison

www.spicerandbank.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

ditto to others, love the pendants!!

La Maison Boheme said...

I love everything about this kitchen! So perfect.

KKATIKK said...

I found my dream kitchen...oh i love it..

BluefrontedParrot said...

That kitchen is to die for!

KaraOU14 said...

I have been DYING to use that Kravet fabric on the shades! Love it!

Allene Neighbors said...

Does anyone know what kind of countertops these are? Crema Marfil? They are fabulous!!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what paint color the kitchen island is? I love it!!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where the pendant and sconces in the bathroom are from?

Erica said...

Any way we could find out what the island color is? It looks like a shade of turquoise with a glaze

Nina Vintage said...

Oh So Fabulous!!

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