I have been loving all of the inspiration I’ve been seeing lately featuring purely neutral interiors. Dark and mid tone woods, greys, blacks, and whites with lots of indoor plants for added color. Sounds like the perfect space to me! To make it better, I’ve rounded up a collection of one of my favorite spaces in the house. . . besides the bedroom, of course! Any area of the home that encourages you to eat more is my kind of space 🙂 For all my neutral lovers out there, this post is for you!
With the release of Rebecca Atwood’s new book Living with Pattern: Color, Texture, and Print at Home, its about time we all got a refresher of inspiration for adding pattern into our lives! In her book, Rebecca describes a space that is layered with patterns and says, “The trick no one tells you is that there is no formula. You just need to keep your eyes open and get specific about what you really love.” The true guide to a space that is uniquely yours is simply discovering what you like and sticking to it. “You don’t need to be a designer—but you do need to learn what you like,” which as most of us know can be difficult when we are surrounded by so much inspiration of other people’s preferences. We can begin to think we like something that we actually don’t because it is currently trending or our friend likes it.
We have made it to the end of another long week and all I want to do is relax! I spent some downtime browsing Pinterest inspiration and stumbled upon this GORGEOUS mountain home by Studio McGee Interiors and I think I’m obsessed. This is not the first time I have fallen in love with one of their creations either! If you don’t follow this team you definitely should! Syd, her husband, and their team are a bunch of extremely talented designers who know how to perfectly mix and match textures and tones to create stunning interiors that make your jaw drop. If you don’t believe me, take a look!
It can seem like the smallest and yet most daunting space in your house to decorate. . . . none other than your entryway! What is it about this small space that has the ability to stop you right in your decorating tracks? Maybe its the size and need to squeeze so much function into such a tiny space. Not only do you need to hide all of the shoes that are constantly piling up at the front door, but you also want a space that will greet your guests when they come over and give the first impression of “Hey, I’ve got it together!” (Or at least it looks that way). But where do you start? Trust me, you’re not alone! My entryway is one of many rooms in our apartment that is far from finished. So if you’re looking for some inspiration or just a couple tips of where to get started, keep reading!
Looking for some inspiration to update your home before the summer comes to a close? This space featured in the look book of one of my favorite home decor shops, Lulu & Georgia, will meet all of your beachy home inspiration dreams! From the perfect color tones throughout the pillows, to the fun textures and artwork, there is bound to be something fun you can take from this space and implement into your own home.
A mixture of soft coral and teal hues compliment each other to create the perfect summertime color palette. I tend to be a neutral lover, if I’m being honest, but even if you aren’t typically comfortable with these colors, you can adds subtle pops through a piece of artwork, or a fun new pillow! Take a look, and let me know your favorite part of the room.