Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Tricia Roberts + Noelle Micek










As much as I adore a bright, vibrant home, there's something entirely appealing and chic about one filled with relaxing neutral tones–with a little bit of blue thrown in of course! This gorgeous home located in a suburb of Boston was designed by Noelle Micek of An Organized Nest and Tricia Roberts Design and was beautifully captured by photographer Jamie Salomon. I love that even the formal areas of the home have a casual bent to them, with relaxed fabrics, great texture and a sophisticated mix of patterns. Ooh and I especially love all the artwork!!

Paint Sources
Stripes: Benjamin Moore Balboa Mist - 1549 and Cotton Balls OC-122 (8" stripe)
Guest Bedroom: Benjamin Moore Silver Gray 2131-60


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30 comments:

Tiana said...

I'm obsessed with all of this decor :) i think i fell the most in love with the first sets of photos of inspiration!

xoxo,
tiana of l'esthetique

Renee Stephens said...

Love these images. That soft pallet is so gorgeous, I pinned three pictures!

Renee
http://casastephensinteriors.blogspot.com

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

I love the artwork too!

Ivy Lane said...

Stunning! The artwork is fab too! love!

Kathleen said...

This is gorgeous!! I am all about color, too, but the pops of turquoise and hints of navys and grays are enough. Love the detail on the skirt on the family room sofa! Thanks for sharing! xo

An Organized Nest said...

Thank you Erin for posting our designs and thanks to everyone for your kind comments! We are honored and humbled. Noelle & Tricia

Kathysue said...

I love almost every detail in this home, it has a simple elegance to it with such an ease, love it, thank you for sharing, Kathysue

Lori said...

Love this home! Would especially love to know who the artist is of the Man and Woman on the dock! Thanks!

Cheryl said...

This is so beautiful! As much as I love color (especially turquoise) I am so drawn to neutrals. They are so calming, elegant and sophisticated. The touches of turquoise are perfect! You always find such awesome eye candy! :)

Claudine from CondensedLoveHome said...

I LOOOVE neutrals!!!
And I love your blog because you add a little color here and there...
Beautiful spaces!!!

Something Gorgeous said...

You amaze me how you continue to come up with such beautiful photos using turquoise. I love looking at them. G.x

Fashion-isha said...

How lovely! I love the pop of turqoise!
xo
Sharon

Anna said...

I would love to know the artist of the woman on the dock as well- stunning!

Steph from fangswandsandfairydust.com said...

These are all lovely but much would be impractical for me with four cats. I should start a blog: DECORATING FOR PEOPLE WITH CATS. There's a console table - is it covered with jute?

Bethany @ Powell Brower Home said...

that couch with the navy throw over it is DIVINE! Love these images. OH - and the desk with natural fiber -- OMG!

Bethany
www.PowellBrowerHome.com

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julie couch said...

this is so well done- it's elegant and livable and beautiful! bravo!! love these photos! xo

engquist@see what i sea designs said...

That sisal desk is absolutely fabulous! the chunky legs, the texture...I need to find a way to mimic it. That and space enough for another desk...that's something else entirely! (:

Anonymous said...

I'm obessed with the bedroom!!! Noelle & Tricia, what paint colors did you use for the stripes? I would also love to know where you got the fabric for the head board.

plumbing said...

Every article you have done was really amazing. For me those arrangements were all fantastic.

Anonymous said...

does anyone know who did the painting of the ocean above the console table? I am in love! thank you!

Anonymous said...

It looks like several people asked about the artist who did the painting of the man and woman on the dock. His name is Joel Werring and his website is www.joelwerring.com. Beautiful work!

. said...

I am on a quest for the perfect upholstered bed. The bed shown in the third photo is PERFECT! Taller headboard, lovely footboard... Does anyone know where I can find this bed? (PS I've already checked Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, etc...)

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Unknown said...

I wish I knew the color of the walls in the third pic down. Simply perfect!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

The bedroom is painted Benjamin Moore Silver Gray 2131-60...I agree, perfect!

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April Shultz said...

Would love to know who is the artist of the photograph of the ocean wave that is above the table.

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