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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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Porter Design Company






Remember that fantastic orange and turquoise showhouse bedroom last week designed by Porter Design Company? Designer Lauren Guarcello serves us another tasty treat with this home, filled with a fresh approach and fabulous fabrics! I'm loving the burst of turquoise on the chair upholstered in Quadrille's Nitik II from China Seas. Looks so great next to that navy sofa trimmed in green! For more design inspiration, check out Porter Design Company's blog...lots of eye candy there too!


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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Just Beachy Bunkie







If there's one person who accomplished a heck of a lot this summer (August, where did you go?!), it's Chris of Just Beachy. All summer long she has been working hard building this adorable backyard bunkie. It's been so fun watching the progress unfold on her blog, and I have to say the end results are even more darling than I imagined! I can't even handle those floors...they are so stinkin' perfect. She used cottage pine wood flooring from Home Depot and painted them using high gloss latex floor porch paint in a cheery Jamaican Bay by Behr. And I just adore her hand-painted beach sign made from roof scraps. So cute! You can see more photos and read all about her project right here!


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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Rocco Bosman









When I spotted the TDF shutters on Head Over Heels, I knew I'd need to see more! With the help of heritage architect Rocco Bosman, this 1907 South African farmhouse featured in House and Leisure and photographed by Elsa Young was renovated int0 an enchanting French style home. I'm positively in love with those breathtaking arched doors and the 100-year-old French shutters imported by La Basse-Cour. If the garden wasn't so insanely picturesque (did you see those roses?!), it would be hard for me to keep them open! Tour more of the eclectic interior right on over here!


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Monday, August 29, 2011

Jonathan Rosen












The pink and aqua family room in this East Hampton home designed by Jonathan Rosen has been a long-standing favorite of mine. In fact it was part of the inspiration for our wedding color scheme! The space was featured in House Beautiful back in 2006, but when I recently found additional photos I knew I'd have to share! I love how they brought the cheery color palette into the kitchen!


Love turquoise? Visit my shopping blog Everything Turquoise...updated several times throughout the day! Check out Decor by Color for even more color-themed shopping!
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