Friday, December 14, 2012

Studio Ten 25













































Immersing myself in a house full of pretty color (Wythe Blue!), fun pattern and fabulous furniture is what I call the perfect end to the week! This fabulous home was designed by Abbe Fenimore of Studio Ten 25 out of Dallas, Texas (and photographed beautifully by Melanie Johnson) for a newlywed couple that wanted a chic modern look for their first home together. The builder’s standard and more traditional finishes weren't working for them so Abbe had dark espresso hardwoods installed, dated lighting changed out and unveiled a black and white color palette with pops of turquoise and yellow! She also incorporated the wife's love for mirrored pieces while bringing in the bold graphics and masculine touches the husband was after. All in such perfect balance! Isn't the bedroom amazing?! (The couple–and Abbe's favorite room!) The curtains and bedding are so luxurious, not to mention that incredible headboard!

If you love Abbe's style as much as I do (EVERY room she's designed I love, how often can you say that??), definitely visit her online store Shop Ten 25! Also check out her website and blog too....so much inspiration, so little time!! Happy weekend! :)


Paint Info
Living Room and Dining Area Wall Color: Benjamin Moore "Wythe Blue" HC-143


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!


14 comments:

Oh! Baby Designs said...

What a beautiful house!

Karen said...

Yes it is a beautiful designed house. I love these clear chairs too and the stool.

SizzleandZoom said...

Sometimes I forget what a pop of yellow can do for a room. That's a gorgeous piece of art hanging in the 13th(I think)image from the top.

Melissa from the Blue House said...

Breathtaking house. Wow. I just see white upholstery tho and can't help but wonder how it would hold up with a six-year-old in the house... or MINE, at least. :)

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Anonymous said...

Everyone doesn't design with children in mind.

Furthermore if you teach your children how to act and respect the furniture it should last for a long time.

Discipline.

Key word here.

Carla Aston | CarlaAston.com/DESIGNED said...

Such a sophisticated, fresh home...perfect for a newlywed couple! I am loving all the bold, modern patterns & the turquoise/yellow combo paired with the classic black/white palette. Beautiful!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Love the mix of scales of the patterns throughout the house!
Great post!
Have a wonderful week!
Love,Jamie

Genna Corwin said...

Love Abbe's style! And this home looks amazing.

Shaun Swales said...

The home lighting which has been used in these pictures are truley peices of art, they are elegant and a great accessorie to have around the home.

I also find French country lighting as it has a rustic feel to it.

Barren @ New York Chelsea Apartment said...

I really appreciate the architecture for designing this beautiful graceful house its really looks so profound and great quite inspiring and with great furnishing.

Shelley @ Easy Home Concepts said...

I remember that ghost chair! And the round mirrors hanging on the living room wall. A well-to-do family must be living there. beautiful home indeed!

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