I love it when I come across a unique space. Even if it's not necessarily what I'd choose for myself, it may be perfect for a client looking for a one-of-a-kind design. These spaces do exactly that. Enjoy!
You may have noticed that all of these have true statement art.
I think that adds a level of sophistication that can't be beat.
My advice: Buy one of a kind art (available at every price point) that speaks to you!
Hi Everyone...hope you had a wonderful weekend. Today's post isn't related to interior design, but it is certainly related to beautiful design. I had such a great experience on Saturday afternoon. We had a friend in town and we ended up going to the Chihuly Museum of Garden and Glass. I have long been a fan of Washington-born Dale Chihuly, but this museum blew.me.away. It was such a beautiful experience I just had to share it with all of you! Take a look at a few of the pieces that we saw:
His time spent growing up around Puget Sound influences his sea-inspired and native american work.
Many of the installations were set in natural settings, reflective of his inspirations.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. If you ever get to Seattle, don't miss this museum!
A client project will usually include some type of need for shelving - whether it be for practical storage or beautiful display, but of course as a designer my goal is to provide both! Here are a few gorgeous examples of where shelving can be put to great use without sacrificing an ounce of style:
How adorable for a girl's room...
I love to fill up a small pass-through space with something like this!
An added detail that introduces great depth.
I blogged about these before...I just love this floor to ceiling design with the great hardware.
I'm hoping a new construction or remodel client will want to do this very soon!
Probably my all time favorite bookshelf - for an office or living room.
Although built ins are great, the versatility that free standing shelving has is tempting for any client who wants flexibility in their designs.
I love that these shelves are only filled with BOOKS.
Great detailing along the top.
A fresh take on the back of the shelf: reclaimed wood provides great texture and age.
A beautiful option for a dining room!
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Hi Everyone! Hope you had a great weekend. Today's post is about one of my favorite materials: Limestone. My love affair with it continues. You may have noticed that theme when I have posted in the past about exteriors but today I bring you a few other examples, inside and out. Enjoy!