Hello! How was your weekend? We tackled a large portion of our to-do list and the week is off to a good productive start over here. It’s always nice to feel like you’ve accomplished something early in the week. Somehow I skipped or spaced a 10 Pins post for July, so it has been a bit since I’ve shared my monthly Pinterest finds and reoccurring design inspiration from my favorite social platform. There was lots of creative and classic interiors to note and save this time around! Click through to see what caught my attention and chat interiors with me… we’ve got a nice eclectic mix this month.
I really appreciated the use of materials in this space… the solid slab backsplash that curves into the modern square tile, the woven shade, the use of brass, gold, and warm hues to offset the cooler tones… as well as the piped banquette cushion detail that matches the inset cabinetry bead. It feels very tailored and well done!
#2 // Laundry Room Storage
Talk about some serious storage in a laundry room! I spy the washer and dryer behind the perforated panel doors. I also noted the beautiful grasscloth that complements the warm toned chair, as well as the contrast trim. This space is not only beautiful but seems very functional.
I think we’re going to notice more chartreuse, mustard, and muddy yellow / green hues in the year ahead. I really love the way that drapery color pairs with the brass details in this space. From the graphic marble to the modern touches mixed with vintage, this bathroom is a total dream… and it feels very balanced.
#4 // Neutral Bedroom
The bedside desk legs were the standout for me in this neutral bedroom. I enjoy that bobbin, turned, or barley twist type of detail. I also appreciated the textile layering throughout the room that evokes a cozy feel while still looking light and fresh.
This space by Steven Gambrel gets me every time! That fireplace will forever be a favorite and solid source of inspiration, and the contrast cabinetry detail is one I’ve always wanted to try. The pendant light, the dining chairs, and the peek of the stair rail are also notable moments in this room for me.
If I were going to install harlequin flooring, I’d want it to look exactly like this… rustic, lots of movement, inconsistent colors, all with an aged quality to it. I’m also digging the candelabras, wood paneling, and that rustic table in the center. Well done, Ray Booth!
#7 // Bathroom Vanity Vignette
This is my kind of pattern play… traditional meets modern. I adore the simple striped wallpaper, the radiator or vent cover, the antique vanity table, that gorgeous pendant light, and of course- the architecture.
I’m often asked, “What should I do with the bare wall behind the sofa?” which seems like a troublesome area for many when it comes to design. This is a perfect example of a lovely and timeless art installation! Gallery walls, grid installations, and beautifully framed artwork never goes out of style!
#9 // Bank of Cabinets
This extra tall, dramatic bank of cabinets stopped me mid scroll. The warm white cabinet color, the classic dishes behind the glass, the minimal hardware, oak floors, and natural light flooding into the space make this a memorable kitchen.
#10 // Nero Marble Fireplace
Last but not least, I saved this one for the nero marble fireplace with the incredible veining and the coffee table styling: piles of books with interesting curiosities, and little negative space. It’s a modern vignette with eclectic styling… I like that!
Have you been finding any good inspiration on Pinterest lately? In addition to that, I’ve also been revisiting my favorite printed design books (check them out here, here, and here). I feel like I’ve been in design mode for multiple spaces in our home and it has me excited for future projects! Here’s to a great week ahead, friends.