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Chic Teen Girl’s Bedroom – Cream and Fuchsia

April 8, 2013 in Beige, Chic, Feminine, Teen Bedroom, White

white beige pink gold teen girls bedroom
ANNSLEY INTERIORS

Loving this teen girl bedroom right now. The classic bone structure is brought to life with flamboyant fuchsia and glamorous gold. The wallpapered ceiling and bookcase adds an unexpected elements to this room as well.

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chic teen girls bedroom purple ink gold white
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Subtle, elegant and whimsical. The perfect room to grow in =) xox Linda

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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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Fall Decor Inspiration

October 16, 2012 in Beige, Fall, Greige, Living room, Natural

Hi guys! Here’s a few photos I took on a recent trip to Lillehammer, Norway. Photo quality is subpar (phone) but I thought you might be able to squeeze some fall decor inspiration from of them. Now, isn’t that wall treatment amazing? The wall is painted black with tree trunks, a few inches deep, mounted to it.

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