peter dunham samarkand

Peter Dunham’s Samarkand is my all time favorite fabric. It’s this gorgeous paisley print that somehow works in just about any style of room, from super traditional and classic to uber bohemian and global. Samarkand comes in quite a few different color ways but the one I love most is blue and green on the white background, as seen in the…
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a fun northern california home

There’s something so appealing about a lived in space that looks collected rather than decorated, and this former YWCA summer camp turned sprawling Northern California home is a prime example. Per the Elle Decor article, the first time the couple was shown the space they couldn’t wrap their heads around the amount of work needed and just walked out, but…
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design obsession: beaded chandeliers

I have a pretty serious new obsession with beaded chandeliers. I absolutely love the picture above – isn’t that just the chicest little breakfast nook you’ve ever seen? It’s so light and bright and pretty, and the statement chandelier is what makes the space pop, in my opinion. Unfortunately, these gorgeous chandeliers can be extremely expensive; the creme de la creme in…
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a colorful house

Take a peek at this vibrant Atlanta house. The owner loves color and wanted her house to be fun and bold, and the designer (Boston based Kate Rosenfeld) definitely delivered. There are so many patterns, prints and colors in the home but it ends up looking chic instead of crazy, which is the sign of a talented designer. Okay truthfully there…
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decorating with baskets and hats

I love the look of decorating a wall with something other than the obvious; tapestries, signs, and my favorites, hats and baskets. I actually created a hat wall in my office by accident/out of necessity; I didn’t have any space to hang my collection so I threw them up on the wall and ended up really liking how they looked. It’s…
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