classic house moldings, door and the warm vintage feel of the chest and items on top of chest and the worn vintage vibe of the pillows mixed with the clean contemporary lines of the table, loveseat, coverlet - great colors
love how calm it feels
like the chair and small side table in the corner and the black text artwork and the glass candle pendant
love the moldings, mullions, built-in, chair, lamp, round mirror - everything feels soft, comfortable, warm, soothing, timeless
feels soft and warm, can almost taste it
Dings and dents. This lovely chest has many dings and dents, but the shiny polished finish keeps it from looking rustic. A great way to camouflage imperfections? Add more dings!
comfortable and serene - this is transitional
love the chair, patina of the wood/coffee table, lamp, sign
The structured shape of the drapery panels combined with a geometric fabric give these drapery panels a clearly defined role in this living room. While pattern and texture play a role, the architectural nature of the vertical lines of these drapery enhance the transitional living space.
sink into that overstuffed couch
great colors, great pieces
love the mix of chunky curves and clean straight lines; wallpaper and animal head over fireplace is fantastic; again it's a settee and two chairs at a round pedestal table; soft comforting colors
Although the couple originally planned to sell the house, it became Monique's laboratory for honing her "timeless modern" design aesthetic. It includes plenty of earthy tones, worn leather, laboratory glass, science memorabilia, vintage industrial pieces and natural textures. Monique's look has become so popular that she opened her own retail shop, Enjoy Co.
white flowers in labratory glass
love the warm comfortable feeling -- the natural tones and curves keep it comfortable but it's still basically clean, uncluttered and calm
Designer calls this "Organic Glam" - a well-curated mix of weathered wood, reflective furniture and accessories and plush fabrics
James and Lynsey Purl pick one major remodel project for their home every year. One year they moved a central wall. Another year they overhauled a bathroom. Last year they built a stone deck off their back door and installed an outdoor grill. "You don't have to do it all at once," says James, who has done much of the work himself. "You have to be patient," Lynsey says. "Plus this way of remodeling keeps us out of debt, and we don't have to settle."
transitional, rustic wood adds natural element, armillary sphere (like one I put in great room)
love the chaise and pillows
gorgeous light, flow, love the chair and the wide plank medium tone hardwoods