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As promised, here’s a little design eye-candy to lust over, courtesy of my lovely workplace.

I don’t know about you, but I’d love to have each and every one of these rooms in my house.

{Sigh. I guess playing around with my teeny apartment will have to suffice for now…}

So Swedish-esque. I love it. And I'm actually really loving the lack of a bed frame. Very casual chic.

The wallpaper is gorgeous with that canopy bedframe, but I am dying over that striped carpet with the turquoise end tables.

It's my personal opinion that everything is better when painted in chalkboard paint.

I have a total obsession with cow hides. So darling with the mis-matched chairs/chandlier. I really want to do that in my dining room.

The black and white wallpaper looks more whimsical than serious with this adorable purple sofa (and the faux deer head doesn't hurt either!).

I am so envious of this dining room. I want it all! The amazing chandelier, mismatched chairs/benches, and that perfectly eclectic wallpaper--heaven!

I'm a sucker for turquoise, gold, and white. For some reason this office reminds me of the Oh Joy! blog.

Can you tell I've been thinking about dining rooms lately? Mine is so boring! The copper fireplace in this room looks so warm and inviting too.

No words needed. Pink + Gray = adorable.

I think a well-placed picture shelf looks about a million times better than a photo wall. These black and white shots combined with the leather is a great example of that.

Is it weird that exposed wood makes me weak in the knees? Seriously. The side of that counter is amazing.

I know. It makes you just drool with envy, doesn’t it?

PS: You can click each photo to see more like it on Houzz!

Hope you all are having a beautiful week. It’s a bit chilly in SF, but the skies are sunny, and you can’t really help but be happy on sunny days, you know?

xo

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2 comments
  1. Jessa said:

    I’m in love with the first and the last photos. Gorgeous. That clear aqua lamp is something out of my dreams!

  2. Love the chalk board in a shape other than boring square/rectangle. I wonder why it’s so hard for us to think outside the box … but at least if we spot the ideas, we can use them, share them & more.

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