I’m back! Lots of changes going on my life right now (new job!! and getting up A LOT earlier than I’m used to…), so I took a few weeks off to get used to things. The plan is to slowly work myself back into blogging on a regular basis. We’ll see how things go!
In my time off, I have been pinning a ton. Turns out, all of my pins are starting to look VERY similar! Neutral, neutral, and more neutral. Love it!
In other news, we have been talking about purchasing a house in the somewhat near future. Guys. I am so ready to be able to do what I want to my house without having to get every single thing approved by a landlord (who very rarely ever approves anything I want to change…another story for another day). SO, my recent pinning spree has a purpose–compiling lots and lots of inspiration for the new home, wherever it my be.
I rent my current home, so I am limited in what I can do with my kitchen (that has soooo much potential–and burgandy tiled countertops…). If I had any say in the way that it looked, it would probably be very similar to this gorgeous kitchen. White subway tile, carrera marble counters, dark lowers, brass hardware. Yep, love it all. Here’s how I would get the look:
Vases | Pendant Light | Vent Hood | Serving Bowl | Chair | Cutting Board | Hardware | Scale | Pitcher | Super Foods | My Father’s Daughter | The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook | Rug
Jennifer Fisher’s office (featured in the January 2013 Matchbook Magazine–photos by Rima Campbell) is one of my all-time favorites. That color palate? Yes. Chandelier? Um, yes. Desk? YES! I want it all.
Also, I have to let tell you that Jennifer Fisher is one pretty amazing jewelry designer. You think this office is rad? You have to check out her jewelry!
desk // horn vases // Tom Ford // twilight drusy ring // copper pencil cup // crystal skull // platinum drip mug // brass peace sign // acrylic tape dispenser
This Melbourne home makes my heart skip a beat every time I see it. I am pretty sure that if I could live in any house, anywhere, and not change a thing, this would be it. Love.
Design/Photos: Carr Design Group
I love a good modern/rustic mix. And that window? Perfection.
Designers: Hanson General Contracting and Kevin Rasmussen and Vivian Su of Rasmussen-Su
A soothing home tour for your Monday morning. Enjoy!
Photos: New England Home Magazine; Designer: Mar Silver