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10 Pins : Pinterest Inspiration

10 Pins has remained one of my favorite blog series to compile over the years, and the first one of 2021 was no exception. I found so many creative spaces this month! Pinterest continues to be the most inspiring outlet for me and I’ve loved discovering talented designers, beautifully curated homes, and gorgeous vignettes over the years. All of the rooms featured in this post have larger home tours that accompany them, so I’d encourage you to click through to the source and check them out if one strikes your fancy or resonates with your personal aesthetic. Click through to see what I dug up this month!

#1 // Parisian Hallway

What’s not to love about this one? The herringbone floors, the gilded millwork, that stunning light fixture, the soft blue wall color, and the bedroom with an awesome wall of built-ins behind it. This Parisian hallway is what my European dreams are made of. I’ve REALLY been missing travel lately, and the last trip I took was to France in 2019- so crazy to think it has been that long.


#2 // Marble Fireplace

I love the design of this classic, yet updated fireplace. Everything feels perfectly balanced. It’s really a striking focal point and the marble works so well. I’m a big fan of this design firm (in fact, I included two of their images in this post)… and it turns out, their office is super close to our Tuesday Made office! I feel like I need to make friends with their design team. Haha!


#3 // Femme Kitchen

This kitchen is so surprising to me! I found the image from a Russian designer on Houzz, of all places. I love the petite oven, the range hood, the flooring, the millwork, and the interesting mix of materials. I’m not convinced of the dramatic, rococo cabinetry design (I, personally, would never be brave enough to do that), but I think it kind of works here.


#4 // Console Vignette

This is the other image I was telling you about- it’s from the same home as the fireplace image I shared earlier in the post. I’m digging the tall baseboards, the herringbone floor, the antique console table, and the simplistic styling. The wallpaper is also speaking to me! The art is actually sitting atop one of our brass stands… I believe we have two left in the shop: one large and one small.


#5 // Music Nook

Tiny rooms, hidden rooms, and odd little nooks and crannies are my FAVORITE type of spaces. I love when designers think of useful or creative ways to maximize every square inch. This space has me contemplating turning one of our closets into a mini library or music room. I’ve always wanted to start collecting records- maybe this is the year. This beautiful home in Kansas was super inspiring… go check out the full tour.


#6 // Small Hall

This week I have an interesting post lined up for you all about ARCHES… and my design failure in our house. Haha! I know the suspense is killing you (joking, joking), but you’ll have to wait to read it. Basically, I messed up and I’m going to talk some people out of installing arches and arched doorways in their homes, BUT it works very well here. I love the warmth of the door, the light fixture, and even the tray ceiling.


#7 // Dark Kitchen
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source : andrew ryan

I’ll never not love a dark kitchen…. obviously because I have one of my own. Those almost black cabinets are speaking to me! I really, really want to see more of these this year. Who can I convince to come to the dark side with me? What can I say, I’m a scorpio.


#8 // Seating Area

I haven’t seen an upholstered wall panel floating around the internet, and this reminded me of my basement panels… so naturally, I loved it! Such a great, rich color palette, too.


#9 // Laundry Room

In my 2021 trends post, I talk a lot about being over all white spaces. If you’re a neutral lover at heart, THIS is how you do it. This laundry room is beautiful, calming, inviting, and so well done. It’s not stark, but it’s not colorful either. These are the timeless, neutral colors I’m embracing lately. I liking the marble, the cabinetry, and the tile layout as well.


#10 // Earthy Dining Room
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source : sarah solis

Last, but not least- this earthy dining room stopped me mid scroll. All of those organic, rich materials in one space could feel heavy, but not here… it’s very well designed and feels balanced.

I hope you enjoyed this one! It’s always nice to start the week with renewed creativity, inspiration, and a positive design post. I could scroll Pinterest all day long! Have a great week, friends.

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    Peggi
    January 11, 2021 at 5:23 am

    Good morning! So much to consider. Let’s start with the ceiling moulding and the gilded treatment in that Parisian hallway. I love the historic/glam mashup. Also, that light fixture! The giant still life over that fireplace caught my eye, but does the mantle seem shallow? Oh my goodness! That thistle kitchen?! Yup. I adore it. Crazy peacock handles, cerused oak, the tile pattern, the floor pattern, the light fixture… Seriously, supersize it, so I could actually cook in there, and I’d be in heaven. The exaggerated legs and the apron on that console table are fab. The music nook makes me want to collect records, too! The layered art in that entire home really speaks to me! I laughed when I read your caption about the arch because my first thought was “Oh, pretty!” I’m interested to read your upcoming post; I can definitely imagine that arches aren’t for everywhere. Even though my current kitchen is white, I would absolutely choose a dark kitchen in the right home. Adore that inky hue! So, let’s talk about that laundry room. Certainly a case of neutrals done beautifully; the marble, tile, cabinets… all lovely. My problem is with the way the rounded sink sits in the square hole; the little black voids make me think it’s unfinished. Just me? And finally, a lot to love in that dining room! The leather on those chairs. The fluted edge of that amazing table! The beautiful black windows. I can completely imagine a convivial gathering lingering there! Thanks for the inspiration on this January Monday. Here’s to an equally inspiring week!💜

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      Sarah
      January 11, 2021 at 8:42 am

      Good morning, Peggi! Isn’t that Parisian hallway amazing? As for the mantle- I think it was probably an intentional design decision to leave the mantle off altogether? Maybe it’s a traffic path and there is a more significant mantle on the other side? Since it’s double sided?… no idea! I actually didn’t even notice until you pointed it out. My design eye must be getting lazy. Haha! The thistle kitchen felt so cool and unique to me- I loved that one! I’m glad you liked it, too. I had the same thought about the laundry room. I wish they would’ve cut around the sink to make the cabinet look more custom (it doesn’t look totally finished- maybe it’s not?), or adding a drip rail could’ve helped to disguise those odd corners. You’re a details person, like me! I love that you notice that little anomalies. Speaking of details- the edge of the dining table might be my favorite thing about that space, and there is so much to love. It’s the small things! Here’s to a good week and a happy Monday :) xo

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    Erin
    January 11, 2021 at 9:02 am

    Is there such a thing as using too many colors is your home? For example, I love painting furniture, but I paint everything different; but coordinating muted shades. Is that just a different style of design? I love your style so much. Your dark kitchen is like THE kitchen of my dreams!

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      Sarah
      January 11, 2021 at 9:21 am

      Thank you, Erin! Our kitchen is my favorite :) As for your color question- there is no design rule to how many colors you should or should not include in your home. If you enjoy using a lot of color, do it! There are plenty of beautifully designed homes out there that are incredibly colorful and well done. You bring up a good point about sticking to a palette that feels cohesive though- great job coordinating your favorite muted colors.

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    Paige
    January 11, 2021 at 9:10 am

    I love the small spaces! Our house plan has a few those, and I am so excited to get busy playing with the design in those unexpected moments of a home. Can’t wait for the arch drama.

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      Sarah
      January 11, 2021 at 9:22 am

      Me too, Paige! Our past two homes were small and it was a fun creative challenge to use every square inch of the home. I think those instances bring out the best creative moments and vignettes!

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    Izabela
    January 11, 2021 at 10:05 am

    So much yumminess and inspiration! I was just contemplating whether to add fluted trim to the round coffee table I thrifted. The dining table was the sign for me :) Such a gorgeous space!

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      Sarah
      January 11, 2021 at 10:14 am

      Fluted and ribbed textures are definitely in right now :) so beautiful. What a fun thrift find and DIY project, Izabela!

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    Lauren
    January 15, 2021 at 9:06 am

    It took me awhile to get through this one. Sorry ladies, I’m a week late and thousands short for the design goals packed in this post!😆 The Parisian hallway is straight out of my dream home. The gilded touches, the artistic crown, the pops of bold vibrant color coming from the bedroom-they just grace the hallway so eloquently. The fireplace I’m not sold on. I love the graphic marble, and the slim design, and what’s not to love about those floors? For me though, it’s missing something. The house itself is stunning! Every room is well thought, well planned, and abundantly curated. Maybe it’s the lack of mantle that’s throwing me off? From the looks of the space I think you’re right Sarah-most likely an intentional decision that works for the home. That kitchen!!! Such a bold decision and such a surprising choice, but it looks beautiful! I agree with Peggi- it’s a bit small for practical cooking, it needs a “supersize me” treatment, lol. However I adore the play on lavender here. The graphics on the cabinetry, mixed the various shades of lavender textiles- again, a surprising joy. The console vignette screams Sarah style! I actually thought maybe you had a hand in designing this space, because it looks like it could be an area of your home. I enjoyed the full tour of this one, and that wallpaper is swoon worthy! The music nook is all about collection goals! In size, and display- I love everything about it! Music is a huge part of what fuels me, and my own little record collection is in its beginning stages, but this is what I imagine it to be sometime down the road. I’d love to curl up in this little space. Alyssa’s seating area stopped me mid scroll. The colors, the organic feel, that upholstered panel…I think my favorite detail of the space is the rug. Something about this space sings to my heart. I’m in full agreement about the laundry room, and a drip edge would have been the perfect solution to make it appear more finished. However, this is a neutral space I can get behind! The softness of this laundry room is what I’ll be trying to emulate when we get to that area of the house. My favorite of all the inspiration in this post is the earthy dining room. I love the way the hard lines seem to tell a story here. The curtain rods with the window panes, and the light fixture. Maximum visual interest with that stunning garden backdrop! The curtains are gorgeous and I’m digging the way the textiles contrast against the smooth leather of the dining chairs- which play well with the texture of the tree in the corner. Also completely infatuated with how that greenery backdrop was continued with the artwork on the wall- it’s the perfect addition to the space and evokes a sense of garden dining indoors. Let’s talk about the edge of that table though😍😍😍All the heart eyes for this space! Thank you for rounding this up Sarah! I know this was a Monday, but it has graced my week, and will be a post that I come back to for sure! Happy Friday friends!

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