Hi, friends! We’re halfway through the week and I’ve got a new edition of 10 Pins for you! This curated collection is for the neutral lovers who are into timeless desaturated hues. I found myself drawn to earthy & natural colors and textures this month. With summer coming to a close and fall on the horizon, these inspiring interiors are perfect for ushering in and providing inspiration for the season ahead. As always, be sure to click through and check out the designers, extended room & home tours, and pin your favorites for future reference. Ready to see my favorite inspiration I collected and pinned this month? You know the drill- click through!
#1 // Closed Storage Built-In
Aside from the lovely and calming paint color, I loved the inset built-in and closed storage this vignette provides. The simplicity is really nice, but my favorite part is definitely the door hardware… you know I love polished nickel. I’m predicting we’re going to see a lot more cremone bolts in design. Keep an eye out. I love the look! I’ll work on a blog post for those and my thoughts on how to incorporate them.
#2 // Bedside Styling
I appreciate a well styled bedside moment. I love the layered use of pattern, texture, and warmth in this pretty bedroom designed by the talented folks at W Design Collective. It’s worth clicking through for the entire home tour!
#3 // Cozy Kitchen
This is another home tour you must scroll (thank me later). The kitchen is definitely my favorite part though. We actually just got a similar vintage runner in the shop last week! Aside from that, I love the pretty French range, the wood island with the swooping curve, and the cafe curtain above the sink in the butler’s pantry in the back. I also noted the herringbone hardwood floors, as they are almost identical to my own!
#4 // Marble Integrated Sink
Marble with graphic, high contrast veining is certainly having a moment and I’m fully here for it. I want to incorporate some of this into my own home… perhaps the basement kitchen? Who knows! Regardless, I’m digging this dark, moody, and visually interesting powder room.
#5 // Entryway Gallery Wall
Mark D Sikes recently redesigned the L.A. home of Nancy Meyers, and to no surprise- it’s gorgeous. You can click through the full tour on AD, but oddly enough- the simple and neutral entryway stood out to me. Perhaps it’s the grid gallery wall, the settee, the tumbled floor tile, or maybe that modern lamp, but it’s really well done. It’s probably because I have entryways and staircases on my brain, who knows.
#6 // Home Bar
I’ve really been enjoying this muddy dark taupe cabinetry color lately. This vignette has me dreaming of space for a full home bar. I’ve always wanted a charming little bar sink! The cabinetry, millwork, artwork, and styling is top notch… Heidi Caillier is always impressing me with her design talents.
#7 // Simple Dining Vignette
Sometimes the most minimal and simple vignettes are my favorite. This pedestal dining table is reminiscent of my coffee table, with that border… no wonder I like it. I also love Jean Stoffer’s use of the oversized pendant light. Board and batten, beams, and earth tones really ground this breakfast nook in a classic way.
#8 // Eclectic Bathroom
Ok- this bathroom is one of the coolest and most casual spaces I’ve seen from the designers at McGrath II. The mixing of old & new, the texture play, the wallpaper, the tile, and most notable- the Johnny Cash artwork… all were favorites. It was fun to admire this one.
#9 // Dark Green Bedroom
I’ve got to get more green paint in my house! This is one of my favorite colors and it has me itching for a dark green bedroom of my own. This is another great example of mixing modern and traditional furniture in a timeless way.
#10 // Creamy White Kitchen
Last, a beautiful and bright kitchen. This putty color is another one I like seeing on cabinetry- which you probably already know based on my office kitchenette. The styling is top notch, the woven textiles are playing really well, and the greenery outside the window makes this end-of-summer vignette one to admire and save.
There you have it… another 10 Pins in the books! Be sure to follow me on Pinterest, if you’re not already. It’s one of my favorite parts of the day- scrolling, gathering inspiration, and pinning. It’s usually how I begin my morning with coffee, of course. What type of rooms would you like to see next month? A specific space or random Pinterest inspiration with varied rooms? Let me know, and have a great day!