Fresh, bright whites and California beach vibes...couldn't we all use a little more of this in our life? I know I could, which probably explains why I'm so utterly charmed by the Santa Barbara home of California artist Tani Conrad. Spotted recently in C Magazine, I'm already scheming up ways to get more of this laid back, west coast style into my own home.
Veranda magazine, I can't stop thinking about it. Something about all that exposed wood, those rustic gray bricks and the subdued neutral palette reminds me of early fall...do you get that too? And don't even get me started with that artwork above the fireplace here, (it's by David Amico) and I'm officially obsessed. At any rate, I'm in love with this home, it's warm and airy and very, very chic.
my left coast envy. Viewing the laid back stylish "Golden State" interiors of Schulyer Sampterton have sent this envy straight into overdrive. My house, not to mention my life could use a big dose of laid-back-California-cool. I completely dig this whole vibe...(man).
SIMO design, that's exactly what comes to mind...
Chris Barrett Designs. My West Coast envy is now officially in overdrive...
Kathleen Clements, is exactly what it means, at least to me. The "eclectic yet quiet" vibe here exemplifies everything I love in home design.
C Magazine, this house has been all over the internet, but I couldn't resist sharing it here today. This house is the Hollywood home of Jacqui Getty and has inspired me in so many ways. I'm really so into the whole vibe of this house and have been studying every last detail like its my job!
Pinterest is fast becoming one of my favorite places to discover "new to me" interior designers. Such is the case with this month's style stalk. While I do remember seeing the work of Jute Interiors in several publications, it wasn't until I followed the links from the image above to Jute's portfolio that I realized the extent of the design work of Alison Davin. Jute Interior Design's site is brimming with beautiful interiors and some truly fresh inspiration. I love how all of these rooms are so pulled together without looking too contrived or fussy. You can check out all of Alison's creative work here.