Hey, there. 🙂 It’s a rainy morning here in Arizona and I am in full-on Fall mode with my clothes — tights, a long-sleeved dress, and I am planning on putting some boots on later when I leave the house. This girl is a happy one!
Blue and white interiors…I love them. Whether classic or contemporary, this color scheme never has and never will go out of style.
This is the perfect marriage of traditional and ultra-modern. Lindsey Adelman and her light fixtures leave me speechless.
I have loved this bedroom for a really long time — I always come back to it. The fabrics look so luxurious, I think that’s what draws me to it. Plus the French furniture.
How fun is this blue and white restaurant? The metallic Tolix stools add a nice pop that keep the space interesting and current.
I don’t know about you, but I would call this a variant of blue… blue-gray, perhaps? Again with the luscious fabrics. I love the texture of that scalloped matelasse coverlet. Plus a bubble chandelier! Exciting stuff. 🙂
Expertly done, this room. There are so many different styles and time periods mixed in here, but somehow, it works. Don’t even get me started on that wallpaper. Toile is my favorite. A black and white zebra-print rug grounds the room because of all of the colors workin’ in here. And the unexpected pop of green and yellow (chosen in the same chroma as the blue — perfect!) adds the best zing. A room like this is difficult to do, but it is really wonderful when everything works together, not against one another.
The statement of this room is obviously the wallpaper — and a beautiful statement it makes. Keeping everything else white is great when you have a perfect focal point. There should be one star to the room — everything else needs supporting roles. The perfect blue was chosen, making this room pop.
Stunning in every way. The distribution of blue, the birch wood art installation, the furniture silhouettes, and the lucite. Oh, and the color-coordinated child. Literally obsessed with this room.
What is your favorite color combination?