You guys!!! I’m so excited to finally share with you my bedroom reveal! In case you are just tuning in, I moved to the Upper East Side at the end of last year. I redesigned my old bedroom as part of the One Room Challenge which you can see right here. Although moving is such a pain in New York, I was very excited to have the chance to makeover a totally new space. It’s taken longer than expected to finish my apartment (as many of you know, my living room is still in the works!) but nonetheless, the bedroom is FINALLY finished so here it is. I am so happy with how it turned out and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without working with amazing brands like Gray Malin, The Mine, Gansett Lane Home, Annie Selke and more.
You guys! This home tour is everything. I came across this traditional home on Style At Home this week and had to share. The vibrant patterns mixed with the bright color palette makes me want to move to St. Louis and live right here. Am I right?!
Designer by Amie Corley did an amazing job on this five-bedroom abode. Amie kept the home’s architectural bones neutral but gave the walls and trim throughout the main level different finishes. The kitchen is probably my favorite room of all. I love how she mixed materials – using natural wood on top of the island with a white marble throughout the rest of the kitchen. The gold brass pendants above the island provide a focal point above the room while the the navy and white stools and rug give the room texture.
“You can’t go wrong with blue and white. The timeless yet fresh combo simply goes with every colour. To me, it’s a cheerful new neutral.”
Amen, sista! Read on for the full home tour. Xo. Lauren
I came across this Hillsborough, California home designed by Chloe Warner this week on House Beautiful. I haven’t seen a home tour lately I thought has been worth sharing but this bold beauty is definitely one for the design files. Color infused, Chloe Warner used a mix of vibrant patterns throughout each and every room.
The dinning room has to be one of my favorites. Warner used over 200 yards of pink fabric for the drapes and created a double dinning space that is kid-proof yet perfect for hosting formal dinners and game nights. To help with consistency, Warner also used Stark Antelope carpet throughout the kitchen, dinning room and reading nook off of the kitchen. You can check out the full home tour right this way. Happy Tuesday! Xo. Lauren