Archive for the ‘Interior Design’ Category

 From beautiful bowls and cutting boards, to plants & pottery, there are some fabulous ways to organize your countertop clutter and add style at the same time. Below, are some of my favorite examples.

via Heather Bullard

I love how Heather Bullard stacks her collection of cutting boards and displays her silverware & linen napkins in pottery and platters.

Adding a painting or piece of artwork can add a touch of personality, as well as connect the kitchen to the rest of the home.

via Jean Stoffer Design

Jean Stoffer’s use of plants in the kitchen brings a lovely polished greenhouse feel to it — very nice!

via local milk

Above, Beth Kirby’s beautiful kitchen with all sorts of fabulous objects in it.

via One Kings Lane

via instagram (@dreamywhitelifestyle)

via Local Milk

via The Style Files



1 .cutting board   2.Earthenware Pan  3.Copper Jug,
4. Jar  5.Triangle Cutting Board 6.Marble Bowls
7.Painting 8.Porcelain Cup  9.Marble Objects
10.Platter 11.Footed Plates 12. Marble Vase

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A fitting subject for my first post for 2018! The entry is the first room guest see, therefore, the perfect place to give them a preview of the what the rest of the home will offer.

via Head over Heels

By selecting oversized pendants and eye-catching rugs the entry can be the perfect room to make a statement.

via Coats Homes

via Instagram (@carpendaughter)

via Atlanta Homes

via Architectural Digest



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This past summer in Mallorca I discovered the gorgeous design firm called Moredesign while reading the magazine, Ideas y Tendencies Interiors.

Founded by Oro del Negro and Manuel Villanueva, they offer services in architecture, design and landscaping.

There is an ease and elegance about the work of Moredesign — it’s unpretentious yet sophisticated. Love it!

all images via Moredesign

Happy Wednesday!

~ Shannon


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Currently I’m searching high and low for exterior paint inspiration for a bungalow project that I’m working on and came across this gem. Take a look…

By using dark shingles and painting the porch white it really brings the focus to the porch. The baby blue accent on the shutters adds a touch of softness and color — perfection!

I love how the arches on the porch frame out the light fixtures and hydrangeas perfectly!

Love the hydrangeas in black planters!

All photos via Lissy Parker

Have a great Wednesday!!

~ Shannon

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As a designer I look to a lot of places for inspiration and hotels are a great source. This morning I came across this beauty — San Giorgio on the Greek Island of Mykonos and just had to share.

The interior design is by Annabell Kutucu & Michael Schickinger.

Have a great weekend!!

~ Shannon



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Happy Monday! Today, I’m introducing you to a new project in Reseda; a district in the San Fernando Valley here in Los Angeles. As you can see it’s a perfect candidate for a makeover.

Above, we completely gutted the kitchen so I can now determine the layout. I’m leaning towards eliminating the two smaller windows in the left corner and replacing them with a large window on the back wall to allow for more light and a view of the backyard.

A view from the dining room looking into the kitchen

Same view but now with the wall removed

I can’t wait to get my hands on this project and start to see it take shape. I’ll post more photos on the progress in a couple of weeks!

Have a great day!

~ Shannon


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Recently, I’ve been searching for an ottoman for one of my projects and came across some beautiful examples on incorporating one in your own home.


Amber Interiors

Habitually Chic

Kristen Panitch

One King’s Lane

Windsor Smith

Amber Interiors

Love all of these from One King’s Lane


House of Turquoise 

I love using ottomans every chance I get for both interiors + exteriors — they have great versatility. You can use them as a coffee table, kick back and prop your feet up, or as extra seating.

Have a great Tuesday!





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