Get excited!! It’s a 10 Pins post kind of day. I found a lot of stunning spaces this month, that are perfect for the season. I can’t wait to welcome spring this weekend. I’m looking forward to evenings on our patio, filled with homemade wood fired pizzas, cocktails, and bare feet around the fire. Anyway- all of these rooms feel very light and spring like, which put a smile on my face. Click through to see all of the good inspiration and chat design with me. Hopefully you’ll discover some talented designers, as well! Enjoy!
#1 // Hidden Home Bar
A hidden home bar… need I say more? I love that it seamlessly blends with the millwork. What a fun surprise kitchen situation! I’m also digging the color, which kind of reminds me of our guest room paint color.
#2 // Cottage Entrance
That mosaic floor tile is incredible! Remember my post on tile type? I love how subtle the house numbers are- perfectly integrated with the border… well done. I’m also liking the extra wide front door, the ceiling detail, and the light fixture.
Apparently I was on a tile admiration kick? This gorgeous shower tile is what my dreams are made of. The oversized living brass plumbing fixtures are the icing on the cake! This California home was inspired by Italian and Portuguese villas. I could totally see that!
#4 // Living Room Built-Ins
Ok, this entire living room situation is incredible and so well styled! Plus- it’s in my home city of Louisville, Kentucky. Hannah- what a fantastic space you’ve created! You know I enjoy shelf styling with lots of books, and these built-ins are styled perfectly. I really like seeing the dark shelving backs, as well.
Believe it or not… this is a HOUSE. It’s a country house in Somerset. Can you even imagine having dinner parties here?! It’s too bad I can’t have a wedding do-over, because I’d totally marry Emmett here. Haha! Maybe a vow renewal is in our future someday? The architecture, the tile, and the modern elements mixed in- it’s all stunning.
#6 // Striped Ceiling
I’m usually not one to incorporate much yellow into my home (although mustard is a color I like wearing), but I actually really LOVE the striped canary painted ceiling here. It kind of has me brainstorming a striped ceiling for one room in our house. Which room should I apply that technique?
#7 // Green Bathroom
My friend Erin just revealed her bathroom earlier this week and it’s every bit as beautiful as I had hoped. She’s incredibly talented! I’m drooling over the green tile, plumbing fixtures, and that wallpaper.
#8 // Modern Victorian Kitchen
I may or may not have shared this kitchen by Lauren Nelson before, but it’s a really great example of modern meets vintage. I keep coming back to the extra tall cabinetry, millwork, and all that marble paired with the blue paint. It’s so soft!
#9 // Layered Dining Room
This dining room is super eclectic and designerly in the best way possible! From the dining chairs to the wallpaper, panel moulding, paint color, modern lighting, and traditional drapery- this is the prime example of contrast being a positive thing when it comes to interiors. This feels very fresh to me.
#10 // Pastel Bathroom Vanity
Lastly, I had to include this beautiful vanity and bathroom vignette by Jessica Helgerson. There’s a lot to love: the vanity itself, the hardware, the wall niches on each side for storage, the marble, the millwork, and of course- the herringbone floors.
That’s all I have for today! Which space was your favorite? I’ll see you back here tomorrow for an office renovation update. Exciting things are happening, demo is getting messy (and dusty), but things are rolling right along. Have a great day, friends!