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Mulberry and Ink Blots

October 30, 2012 in Bright, Dramatic, Eclectic, Glamorous, Living room, Paint Picker, Purple

ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLESLINDSEY CORAL HARPER

This vibrant library was a part of the Cathedral Antiques Show’s inspiration house. Interior designer Lindsey Coral Harper (HUGE fan of her work!!) used the amazing ink blot rug as a starting point for the room. Picking a bewitching purple from the rug, Lindsey has the floor-to-ciling bookcases transformed from traditional beauties to high gloss masterpieces.

PS: the paint color is Benjamin Moore Mulberry ;-)

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Blogger Home: Perfection in a Little Glass Box…

October 17, 2012 in Beige, Bright, Eclectic, Fall, Halloween, Living room, Orange, Vintage


A LITTLE GLASS BOX

Hi guys! I came across this amazing blog called a little glass box, and I just couldn’t stop reading it. Courtney has such an amazing sense of style, and her photography skills are beyond! Let’s take a tour:

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Sydney Apartment with Natural Glam

April 22, 2012 in Eclectic, Feminine, Glamorous, Hottest Designers, Living room, Natural, White


SARAH DAVISON
/ PRUE RUSCOE / DESIGN SPONGE

This photo has been sitting in my inspiration folder for a long time, and I was thrilled to finally get to see the rest of this space (as I usually am). This living room is part of Interior Designer Sarah Davison’s Sydney apartment, and as you will soon discover, it’s filled with personal treasures.

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Bright Living Room with a whole lot of Fantastic Ideas!

May 25, 2011 in Bright, Eclectic, Living room, Modern, Yellow

Just came across this beautiful living room on Martha Stewart‘s website, and had to share. The wonderfully fresh and unusual color palette of yellow, orange  and green isn’t the only great thing about it. Let’s take a look at some of the awesome features of this home:

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First of all, the gorgeous paneling. It’s made from sawn balusters! Fantastic idea, right? You can get those at Empire Woodworks.

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The coffee table is an army cot covered with trays that homeowner Rebecca, made herself.

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See the beautiful ceiling detail? It’s radiator grill material cut into strips and lined with regular trim. The grill material was also used as shutters for the windows and as screens on the doors and cabinets.

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Isn’t it amazing what you can achieve by finding new uses for things? You can see and read all about this room here =)