Happy Tuesday! It’s time for another 10 Pins post… the months just seem to be flying by lately. Does anyone else feel that? Although, I will say this- I’m still waiting on our spring weather to stick. We had snow flurries again yesterday. Oof. Perhaps that’s why most of the inspiration I’ve been gravitating toward on Pinterest feels spring-like, bright, cheerful, and seasonally geared toward the spring & summer months. Expect to see some beautiful outdoor spaces, plenty of florals & greenery, and cheerful styling as you’re scrolling through this one. Click through to see what felt inspiring to me this month…
#1 // Textural Entryway
This entryway is filled with texture, warmth, and plenty of layers. It’s really a nice collection of decor and accessories! From the grasscloth wallpaper to the woven shade and textural console table, this tiny space packs a big design punch- especially for having a neutral color palette.
#2 // Study / Studio
I studied this image for quite awhile and kept discovering new things. The shelves are packed with books and treasures, I actually really like the pedestal lamp, and the easel feels like the star of the show. It’s really a genius vignette… using a closet with bifold doors as built-ins. That’s a wonderful way to add architectural interest and create dynamic open storage. Clever!
#3 // Natural Kitchen
All of the organic and natural materials in this kitchen were speaking to me… the woven bar stools, the wood, the marble, the roman shade, the cutting boards, and even the fern. It’s neutral, but very warm and welcoming! You know I’m also digging that ginger jar.
#4 // Relaxing Bathroom
Mark Sikes can do no wrong… I’m pretty sure I’ve said that before. Have I ever told you this image was inspiration for our kitchen? It’s not an obvious connection, but that’s usually how inspiration works for me. I was immediately drawn to the reeded glass windows and decided right then that I wanted reeded glass cabinetry. This classic, bright bathroom will forever be a favorite!
#5 // Layered Dining Room
This dining room feels a little on the cool side to me (it could just be the photography temperature or color balance), but the floor plan, window treatments, centerpiece, and those gorgeous dining chairs are what made me pin this!
I’ve gotta find one of those chairs!! That thing stopped me mid scroll. This simplistic and minimal fireplace vignette is really striking. It just goes to show that design doesn’t have to be complicated. Don’t overthink it!
This floral arrangement is what my spring dreams are made of… and you already know I have a soft spot for dark, moody cabinetry. Talk about an incredible centerpiece for a kitchen island or dining table! Yowza!!
#8 // Powder Room
Jean Stoffer announced yesterday that she is getting her own series on the Magnolia Network and I couldn’t be more excited and happy for her! You better believe I watched her first episode as soon as it aired. She is so talented! I love seeing wonderful people in the design community doing cool things. This powder room was one of my favorite spaces she designed at the Madison.
#9 // Staircase
I’ll admit- I’ve had staircases on my brain lately because I’ve been dreaming up design plans for our entryway. The office renovation is moving at snail speed (thanks to crazy lead-times), so I’ve been multitasking. This simple cottage staircase is really beautiful! I love that the runner matches two entry / hall rugs. What a nice custom detail!
#10 // Outdoor Dining Space
I fell in love with this dreamy and romantic outdoor dining space. From the florals and landscaping to the oversized pavers and antique dining furniture- this is what my backyard dreams are made of. Maybe someday! Isn’t it stunning?!
I hope you’re having a good week so far. Things are moving right along over here. Which image or interior inspiration was your favorite this time? I’d love to hear in the comment section below.