I love the lack of cabinetry here, exposing the charming teapots and plates all nestled together. Unfortunately, this image would be significantly less pretty if the objects you keep inside your cabinets are actually dinnerware from target, a horde of canned soup, and candy left over from Christmas. Not that I’d know anything about that. Photo via veronicalovesarchie.
I love the pretty, modern lighting fixtures here, the unique artwork across the room, and the very cuddly looking couch. Photo via designevolution.
The butterflies aren’t really my thing, but I can appreciate the aesthetic they’re reaching for. Obviously, I die for a clawfoot tub, white painted floors, and a giant bathroom window. Photo via colormepale.
This place is shockingly stark. The hanging bulb is just this side of creepy murder basement, but if you can put that aside, doesn’t it just feel like summertime there? No reason to come inside, but to congregate at the table for lunch. Photo via texturism.
This gorgeous Vogue cover plays up the color with eye-popping fluorescents. It makes an excellent source of inspiration for decorating and dressing. Photo via veronicalovesarchie.
This bright turquoise clutch adds an amazing pop of color to a dark outfit, and the stacked gold jewelry creates an added visual sparkle. Photo via goodeggs.
I love the juxtaposition of these two photos. This one creates a more subtle look, but maintains a similar theme by pairing a bright turquoise nailpolish with neutrals. The accessories are minimized to a solitary oversized gold watch. Photo via kateziegler.
Now, not all of us aspire to match our wallpaper with our upholstery (!), but how incredible is this fushia shade with the gold accents? Photo via firsthome.
The inimitable Veronica of veronicalovesarchie has the most amazing taste. Her home matches her personal style by incorporating fabulous brightly colored accents with neutral decor.
Lately, I can’t get enough of these all-white rooms. Painted floors, chandeliers, wide open windows - I’m crazy about it all. I especially like how it works in all different types of homes: the giant old penthouse, the modern/utilitarian style, the chabby/chic cottage. Honestly, it’s taking a lot of willpower right now not take a bucket of white paint to my apartment’s hardwood floors and ugly cabinetry. Somehow I think my landlord wouldn’t get it.
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Photo via The Drifter and the Gypsy.
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Photo via The Drifter and the Gypsy
This Howard’s End inspired design via designsponge has a warm antique charm.
Apartment Therapy calls attention to the gorgeous wallpapered interiors in The King’s Speech.
This painting by Gustav Klimt has a similar warm bleakness about it. It’s darker, perhaps, but just as elegant. Image via mhight.
Here is a picture of me in my dream home, where we stand on the furniture and dress like J Crew models. Photo via iamonlyamaid.
This space makes me salivate. I love the look of white walls/floor/ceiling combination. That little balcony slays me completely. Photo via lolitas.
I have an inspiration board in my bedroom, but it’s not nearly as cohesive and grownup as this one. Photo via veronicalovesarchie