Today I thought I would give you guys an update of my bedroom decor! I decided to go to Palo Alto’s Pottery Barn yesterday on a whim and ended up finding a few pieces that I am obsessed with and that I believe tie the room together perfectly. My first stop was Anthropologie and to my delight they were having a store wide sale for Mother’s Day! I ended up finding the cutest owl hook for my bathroom. This is great news since up until now I have been hanging my towel and bathrobe over the shower door out of necessity. I might end up purchasing this little bird hook to match. I have also been looking everywhere for a frame that ‘felt just right’ for my bedside table. I had been looking for months because I am a bit picky when it comes to bedroom decor, so this was a happy moment for me!
I wanted to share with you guys one of my favorite interior designers/bloggers! I found Jacquelyn Clark of Lark and Linen’s blog last summer when I was looking for inspiration for home decor. I immediately became a fan of hers when I saw how serene and put together all of her designs are. Her blog also features home tours, recipes, and lifestyle tips!
This Toronto based designer has an amazing eye for accessories and I love that she adds personal touches to her client’s designs. I have included just a few of my favorite rooms from her projects below:
I came across this home while browsing Pinterest and instantly fell in love. The soft creams, navys, and pinks make this home’s decor elegant and pretty. The house belongs to stylist Natalie Nassar- photostylist, producer, and decorator of Natalie Nassar Designs.
I truly appreciate designers who have the ability to layer different patterns and textures seamlessly. Her home is also perfectly accessorized which is no easy task! Nassar mixes contemporary, eclectic, and chic decor to create her own unique style.
It took a while, but I am happy to share that the living room is finally all put together! The sectional was custom ordered from La-Z Boy and it is a dream! I usually go for fabric sofas, but this sectional is sooo comfy. The coffee table, rug, and dog bed were all purchased from the Pottery Barn Outlet in Alameda, so we got really lucky with that. The marled cream and white throw blanket is from Pier 1 and the couch pillows are from TJ Maxx.
Next up is the dining room, which is freshly decorated for spring! The Lorraine dining table and Ashton tufted chairs are from the Pottery Barn outlet. The paisley table runner and napkins are from Pottery Barn.
I came across this home tour of a gorgeous Oakland craftsman and I wanted to share! I never knew much about homes in Oakland, but I have come to admire their unique attributes. First of all many homes in Oakland are very old. However, there are many gems or “fixer-uppers” that are waiting to be restored! I feel like many homes in Oakland play off of the climate. The fog from the coast makes for cold breezes and overcast skies, but the homes make up for it with their large fireplaces and cozy nooks.
A came across the home tour of Minotti London’s Creative Director and I knew I wanted to feature it. I lived in Barcelona, Spain this summer and I found that this home features a lot of the same design aspects that I noticed in the apartment I lived in and other places I visited during my time. I find it so interesting that so many spaces in Barcelona have a very similar feel and style.