Stone CottageRustic Entry, Denver
Emily Minton Redfield
What Houzz contributors are saying:
“I want the cat in photograph number three. He/she exudes an air of refinement and elegance that a human doorman/doorwoman simply could not achieve.” — Houzz user eis1This doesn’t have a thing to do with the story at hand, but I have to say, even though the photos of L’Hotel in Paris featured in the ideabook were breathtaking, nothing captured my attention like this superfurry critter. Look at the mug on that kitty! I think Grumpy Cat should look out; this new kid on the block could give him a run for his Internet money. Full story: Travel Takeaways: Decorating Lessons From a Lavish Paris Hotel
… or compact. You can create anticipation for what’s ahead in any space.
Once inside, we don’t want perfection and precision. A floor that might be a little off and a wall that’s just not some painted drywall make us aware that this is a place built by human hands. And a piece of furniture repurposed into a bench, a cabinet or another useful item keeps the whole thing loose and eclectic.