Hi, friends. Happy Friday! We’re headed into the weekend with a new edition of 10 Pins! This month’s curated roundup of interior inspiration is monochromatic themed with one of my go-to colors… hues of blue. These vignettes all have some things in common (in addition to their cool color palette): rich texture, unique surfaces & materials, and high style & design. They all felt fitting for the change of season, as we’re looking forward to spring. The snow here is beginning to melt and I’m ready to make appropriate changes as the weather warms here at home. As always, be sure to click through and check out the designers, extended room & home tours, and pin your favorites for future reference. Also be sure to follow me on Pinterest for inspiration in real time! Ready to see my favorite inspiration I collected and pinned this month? You know the drill- click through!
#1 // Glossy Built-In Closet
Emmett I love to brainstorm our primary suite- which includes our bedroom, a large dated 90’s bathroom, and my closet. In my mind, I’d love to have a custom closet or built-ins that feel very designer. I’m predicting we’ll see more glossy surfaces in the year ahead and I’m totally here for it… especially on cabinets and built-ins.
#2 // Desaturated Blue Kitchen
Steven Gambrel’s Sag Harbor home went on the market and seeing the real estate tour might possibly be even better than his portfolio tour. This dusty blue kitchen will forever remain one of my personal favorites with the desaturated color palette and custom cabinetry.
This space warrants a click through because you’re going to want to see that glossy blue ceiling! I love the millwork, textural elements, and upholstery in this seating area.
The arched tiled ceiling really does it for me in this overflow kitchen! This is what timeless design looks like- classic materials, a functional layout, and traditional finishes. Sometimes simple really is the most impactful.
Another room we’ve been talking a lot about lately is our future laundry room. While Laurie Anne was here visiting, she couldn’t wrap her brain around the fact that we had already closed in our entryway wall, in preparation for our future laundry room renovation. Obviously you know I’m a fan of colorful cabinets (based on our kitchen), and this space is no exception.
#6 // Built-In Display Cabinet
I scoured Virginia’s portfolio for hours and believe me when I say it’s jam packed with interior inspiration. I love this elegant bank of cabinetry for displaying dishes & serveware. From the traditional elements to the modern floor tile and upholstered door, there is so much to appreciate in this vignette.
#7 // Bedroom Corner Vignette
The chair is what stopped my scroll in the above image, but upon further appreciation- I noted the blue linen curtains, warm wood tones, the charming tassels, marble fireplace, antique artwork, and of course the millwork. What a looker!
#8 // Blue Bathroom
If we ever invest in or buy a beach house, this is the exact bathroom I’d like to have. Hold me to it, ok? This tile work is so stunning and the brass elements really shine against it. Blue, carrara marble, and brass is always a winning combination in my book.
#9 // Blue Seating Area
Pushing a bit more traditional, I love the layered look of this seating vignette. From the chairs to the table skirt, oversized branches, and simplistic styling set against the powdery paint color- this grand room flooded with natural light is certainly one to pin and appreciate.
#10 // French Inspired Laundry Room
Last, but not least- this French inspired laundry room (located here in Utah) still feels timeless despite its age. I believe it was designed years ago, but this is a great example of how good design withstands the test of time. Do you agree?
I hope you enjoyed this month’s selections. I’ve been working on cleaning up my Pinterest boards and have been pinning more than usual this month. Over a decade later, I’ll say this- Pinterest is STILL my favorite social media platform and search engine. Anyone else? Cheers to a lovely weekend ahead! What is everyone up to? I’m hosting my girlfriends for a day of pasta making and enjoying our favorite Italian treats & drinks.