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8/8/13

Classically Inspired

leopard print ottoman, le corbusier chairs
We are in the midst of updating our family room.  If you follow my Instagram feed, then you might've seen a few of the updates so far, along with some concerns I have that some pieces aren't working... With half the new furniture in and half the furniture remaining to be ordered, I'm starting to second guess every decision in the process.  Given the amount of time we spend in our family room, I'm feeling the pressure to get this room just right. Whenever I'm truly panicked about design decisions I take to Pinterest, for some inspiration...that's where I found these interiors, all by Allen Kirsch and Associates.  Nothing here looks overly decorated or forced and everything is based on classic design elements.  It's fresh and yet it's traditional, "of the moment" without being too trendy, and that's exactly what I'm shooting for...

bold abstract art, lucite end table, sisal carpet
sea foam kitchen, white marble counters
floral traditional dining room with modern lighting

6 comments:

  1. Its so hard to have a room half done...and waiting on some bits....but it will come together...You have such fab taste. Share with us how it turns out! These are beautiful!

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  2. i am SURE it is going to turn out fabulous!

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  3. It always feels the most frustrating right in the middle of a project but I'm sure it will come together beautifully. You've got mad skills, its going to look great!

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  4. That leopard ottoman is AMAZING. Plus, loving the mint cabinets with the marble. Currently on a marble kick and getting a quote from my decorator. I MUST HAVE MARBLE!

    xo Jessica
    My Style Vita

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  5. GREAT POST!
    I LOVE THE ARTWORK!

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  6. So beautiful! Totally obsessed with your living room!

    -Sayeh, The Office Stylist

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