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Cohesively curated

Posted on Thu, 20 Jun 2019 by KiM

is an interior designer based in Seattle and I really love her chill, comfortable style that is a bit bohemian mixed with modern mixed with traditional. It’s delightful eye candy. Also, her bathrooms are fabulous and I’m taking notes for my upcoming reno. (Photos: )

Sean Anderson keeps it light

Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2019 by KiM

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In case dark doesn’t do it for you (what is wrong with you??? 😉 ) here are some light spaces by to remind you how well he does it.

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Sean Anderson goes dark

Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2019 by KiM

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Memphis interior designer  (from this past feature, and this one) has serious skills when it comes to creating white, neutral, naturally textured spaces, but it seems he can also nail dark spaces like nobody’s business. The secret ingredient in his case is keeping the floors bright and white. The sunlight bounces off of them and adds dimension, while evading the cave-like nature of having really dark walls. GORG!!!

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An aesthetic beauty

Posted on Mon, 3 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

“The home combines playfulness with sophistication, and artistry with purpose.”

A beautiful white canvas, a calm and pleasing stage on which to carry out the drama of everyday life. Part sanctuary, part carefully curated business base for its work from home owner, this Paddinton Terrace with personality and purpose is by Sydney-based interior architect .

Hotel Lisaaquin

Posted on Sun, 2 Jun 2019 by KiM

Where would I rather be on this cool and rainy Sunday? How about lounging poolside or soaking in a tub at the beautiful in Laguna Beach (formerly a dilapidated Motor Inn). Hotel Lisaaquin was designed by to embody chic, playful, and layered décor. Inspiration for the décor was taken from the island of St.Barths, the 1950s Southern California beach culture, and the timeless and pristine aesthetic of the Mediterranean coast. Each room was individually designed with one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, customized furniture, and curated artwork. Luxurious bathrooms feature monolithic imported stone offset by glinting solid brass fixtures. Hand-cut and crafted tile pays homage the timeless work of coastal craftsmen.

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