Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Inside a rich and beautifully layered New York pied-à-terre!


This gorgeous New York pied-à-terre is designed by Nathan Turner (Bravo TV's Million Dollar Decorators star) for a young couple with a tween daughter. The family is based in Singapore and live in a warm, tropical environment. For their New York home, the wife wanted something different- heavier and more layered with deep rich colors. Knowing his client is also a fan of Carolyne Roehm, the designer masterfully incorporates the ladylike aesthetic into his designs as well. Let's check out the results, shall we?








Photo credit: Mikkel Vang

Bold and beautifully layered, this abode exudes style, warmth and elegance. The marriage of eclectic furnishings, wallpapers, upholstered walls, custom pieces and brass accents contributes to a rich, cozy and visually delightful space. I am particularly drawn to the lovely custom red velvet mohair headboard in the master bedroom and the striking custom blue screen in the master suite, what about you? Any thoughts?

Friday, January 11, 2019

Inside a designer's beautifully layered historic home in Atlanta!


While most people prefer a beautiful sparkling new home, interior designer Lauren Lowe and her husband Brandon really wanted a home with history and character. During house hunting in an older Atlanta neighborhood, they were thrilled to come across a 1930s gem that hasn't been touched for decades. To make it their own, they infused their home with modern elements while preserving the original architecture of the house. Let's take a look!















Photo credit: Emily Followill

Isn't this house absolutely gorgeous? By masterfully pairing classic silhouettes and timeless pieces with brass elements and modern accents, this home effortlessly radiates style, comfort and casual elegance. I love how bright and airy this historic residence feels! What are your thoughts?

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Inside a traditional Georgian Revival North Carolina home with a modern flair!


This beautiful 1939 Georgian Revival brick in Charlotte, North Carolina home belongs to architect Lindsay Hance McCullough that she shares with her husband and three young children. With the help from designer Barrie Benson, her home is transformed into a fresh and fabulous abode. Let's check it out!















Photo credit: Ngoc Minh Ngo

Exuding a lively, modern spirit, this abode is nothing short of chic and gorgeous! The delightful Meg Braff fern wallpaper and the bold Gabrielle Crespi reeded console are particularly my favorites. I also love the refined living room, the inviting dining room and the stunning master bedroom. Are you drawn to anything from this lovely tour as well? 

Friday, January 4, 2019

Inside a textile designer's traditionally chic Alabama home!


This 100-year-old farmhouse in Birmingham, Alabama belongs to textile designer Heather Chadduck Hillegas. Filled with greenery, antiques and yards upon yards of fabric, this home feels warm, cozy and inviting. Let's check it out!














Photo credit: Peter Frank Edwards

How gorgeous is this house? The blue and green color scheme, a color palette borrowed from nature looks harmonious together, while tying in perfectly with the outdoor environment. Traditional furnishings lend an air of elegance to the rooms while nature elements such as fresh flowers, house plants and foliage create a relaxed and homey feel. Thoughtfully layered and timelessly beautiful, what's not to love about this stunning Alabama abode? Your thoughts?

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy New Year!




Photo credit: Some Events

I hope 2018 has been a great year for everyone. May the new year continues to bring you beautiful moments, treasured memories and all the blessings a heart can know. Happy 2019!