10 Pins : Pinterest Inspiration

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source : elle decor

This is the fourth post in my 10 Pins series and I’m really loving compiling the best interior design inspiration on Pinterest each month! It has truly become a post I look forward to and crave- which leaves me feeling inspired. I hope it does the same for you! Click through to see what I dug up on Pinterest this month. There are lots of good ideas and none of these images are holiday-related. I thought we could all use a tiny break from greenery and Christmas interiors today. Click through for the good stuff…

#1 // Coastal Bungalow Bath
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source : amber lewis

First up, this dreamy Malibu bathroom somehow feels rustic and coastal at the same time. All of the raw materials and natural patina has me smitten! Living brass, marble, wood, linen, cotton, wool, and handmade tile… it is expertly curated by the talented, Amber Lewis, in the perfect minimalistic way. Also- I can’t get over how perfect the oval window in the shower is!

#2 // Exotic Study
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source : robert passal

It feels like my office is forever away on the renovation to-do list, but I’ve always wanted a daybed in a study, studio, or workspace. Not that I’m one who is able to take naps, but it just feels luxurious and “extra” in the best way. Ha! This color palette is also inspiring, but I mostly liked the vignette shape- the daybed, flanked by two brass floor lamps, bolster pillows, and dramatic large art. It feels good!

#3 // An Eclectic Living Space with Rustic Wood Beams
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source : cafe design

Obviously I’ve had beams on the brain and now I’m pinning any and all images with wood beams. What can I say? These beams are super raw and feel much more rustic than mine, but they really work with the eclectic space. Normally I don’t like the idea of shoving furniture tight against a wall, but this table, chairs, and ottoman pairing works very well! It feels balanced and would be incredibly functional in small spaces. Can we also take a minute to appreciate those beautiful triple French pleat curtains? The drapery scores a 100%!

#4 // Moody Galley Kitchen
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source : architectural digest

Do you know who this moody galley kitchen belongs to? The decorating and design legend, Bunny Williams. You already know I love the color palette, because it’s very similar to my own kitchen, but I really enjoy the unexpected elements in this space. The floor, the tiny niche that a single bar stool tucks into, the beautiful cabinetry hardware, and the modern track lighting. It’s so good! Well done, Ms. Williams.

#5 // Organized Chaos Office
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sources : madabout interior design

At first, this office made me feel really nervous. Anyone else? I honestly can’t look at the desk without getting serious anxiety, BUT- there are many beautiful moments in here to appreciate. A bookshelf STUFFED to the brim with books, that giant map, the vintage modern type cabinets in the back, the ceiling millwork (did you notice that?), and the overall color palette is such a win! It’s modern mixed with traditional in the perfect, timeless way.

#6 // Château Hallway
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source : ny times

There is soooo much inspiration packed into this tiny chateau hallway! At first I was attracted to the toile wallpaper, then my eye found the terra cotta floor tile, then my eye went back to the art, to the blue color palette, to the bust, then the barrel back chair, to the sconce,… you get the point! It’s a lot, but in a good way. Confession: on weekends, Emmett and I start our day by looking at cottages, castles, and chateaus in Europe on real estate apps (our guilty pleasure). It’s so fun! We dream of having a home abroad someday- complete with stables, a guest cottage, and alllllll the charm! Wouldn’t that be incredible?

#7 // Chic Walk-in Closet
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source : architectural digest

This closet is beautiful, but also smart- in terms of functionality. I also enjoy that it’s heavy on the millwork! Can we also talk about that arched wall mirror? It blends seamlessly into the moulding. Basically this is my dream closet… bright and beautiful!

#8 // Charming Nursery
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source : architectural digest

Remember when I designed my friend’s nursery? Well, this color palette is the exact vibe I was going for… just on a deeper level! What a sophisticated room for a kiddo. I love the roman shade, the wallpapered ceiling, the globe light, the daybed tucked into the corner, the COPPER crib, and even the textiles. It looks sophisticated, cozy, and also perfect for a sweet baby.

#9 // Nero on Navy
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source : foley & cox

One of my favorite color palette combos (just go look at my basement!!): nero marble / black, navy, white, and cognac leather. Oooh la la! This feels very Ralph to me. If you have no idea what I’m talking about- go read this post! No wonder I pinned this image.

#10 // Bright Modern Dining Room
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source : estudio maría santos

This dining room stopped me in my scroll! It’s stunning- and so white & bright… which really isn’t my vibe these days, but it makes me want to embrace this. It feels calm, super textural, and is high-style. Now THAT is the coffered ceiling of my dreams, friends. Let’s also admire the cabinets instead of built-ins… glass cabinets and neutral books for the win. This room is honestly a sculptural masterpiece.

That wraps up this month’s 10 Pins post. What did you think? Which one was your favorite? We had a fun weekend in Arizona with Laurie Anne and it was wonderful to pull these images during my down time traveling. It felt like a little blog vacation.

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  1. Huzzah! I guessed/hoped today might be a Pinterest post. A BRASS shower door, wide plank floors, the oval window and that marble?! That bathroom-whoa. Loooove the giant jaguar and the daybed! You definitely need one in your office! Even if you don’t take naps, I bet it would get used *cough* Crosby. I was looking at that Bunny Williams kitchen the other day; the terrazzo, ceiling fixture and the stepped crown really caught my eye. Her cabinet color was obviously inspired by yours.😉 The toile and subtly arched doorways in that chateau hallway are stunning, but I can’t unsee George Washington in a bodysuit? (Sorry to be your unsophisticated art friend! I do appreciated the zing of green the painting brings.) Not in the market for a crib, but that copper number is bananas! Black and navy is so sophisticated. I heard it referred to once as “the bruise palette” which cracked me up. Have you seen Gwen, the Makerista’s, new laundry room? She used it there beautifully. Two of your images have marble fireplaces which always catch my eye. I don’t even like a fireplace, but I could have an entire Pinterest board just for elaborate marble ones. And obviously, that coffered ceiling must go in your office! The texture! Thanks for such a swell post! Happy Monday! I hope you are refreshed from your AZ adventure.

    1. Yesss! You know me too well- 10 pins for the Monday win :) George Washington in a body suit!!! I can not unsee that now. hahaha! Is it weird that I still like it? Or perhaps even more than before? You make me laugh! I did see Gwen’s laundry room and it is absolute perfection. Confession… I ordered peel-and-stick toile wallpaper for my mini powder room makeover last month, and now I’m wondering if I should swap it for tartan- just so it feels more unique with all of the toile reveals lately. Hmmmm. I do love toile! Anyway, Gwen is a design genius! I’m also going to start using “the bruise palette”. I hadn’t heard of that term before. Happy last week before holiday break. Enjoy!

  2. These are all inspiring, and amazing to look at! I’m instantly drawn to #3, and I really love the wallpaper on the ceiling and the whole feeling of the nursery. Heck, just turn the crib into a big-person bed, and I’m there for it!

    1. Thanks Jennifer! I also really love the wallpaper on the ceiling. I’m thinking when the time comes to finish the dining room, I’m going to wallpaper the ceiling!