Bold, Bright Colors Transformed This James Island, South Carolina Ranch
Through daring moves that bank on contrast and color, designer and artist Alaina Ralph transformed an empty ranch into a comfortable and creative work of art.
the reading room: details
The reading room sits directly behind the living room. It is the smallest room in the house, smaller even than our master closet! When we first found the farmhouse I could envision the room empty except for a baby grand piano, as the location of the room would fill the whole house with music. But, sadly - I do not play the piano! I didn't need another sitting room- our small living room serves that purpose, or a study with a desk, so a reading room seemed like a perfect use of the space. In…
Friday's Favourites: Gallerie B
This week's Friday's Favourites features a new fabric/ wallpaper range from Thibaut, how gold hardware can transform a kitchen and some inspiring exteriors.
Some color with soul...
I'm still looking to add some color with some soul. Not just color for color. You know what I'm saying here? Depth. Warmth. Mystery. I'm still into neutrals with grounding elements of wood. via Or the rich color and warmth of brass. Love these lights! via Look at the fabric on this chair! I can't tell if it's a black, or a deep navy, but I like what it does to the room. What a statement!!! via Thanks for dropping in, Sharon
ATLANTA HOLIDAY HOME 2014
I know everyone is turkey shopping and cruising Pinterest for ideas on setting that perfect table but I stopped all of that nonsense for a little trip to the Atlanta Holiday Home. And boy.....was it worth it. Let's just get right to it shall we. This dining room from Beth Webb just about put me over the edge with all of it's black and white goodness. Just a little gold, black and white.....no big deal right:) Trim on the curtains. That ceiling....um....hubba hubba. I had to be dragged from…
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