Haute Bohemians

I recently reviewed the incredible new book by Miguel Flores-Vianna, Haute Bohemians. It was a visual delight to see all of his organically chic photography in one place. His eye for what makes a space beautiful is unparalleled in his industry. He captures grand spaces and charming atmospheres through his lens of chic. I enjoyed every minute going through the coffee table book that will surely be one for the books- literally. If you need the definition of haute bohemian, you will surely understand it once you have gone through this gem. Be sure to order Tuesday when it is released!

Purchase here:  Haute Bohemians 

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Fall Bunny

I love the feel of the seasons, and Bunny Williams and John Rosselli have a home that embodies a comfort that withstands every season. One Kings Lane featured their beyond beautiful home, and it is exactly the type of home you would want to grow up in and truly live a life of warmth and splendor. Their home is collected and livable. Nothing looks untouchable or overly contrived, and that is the main goal of any home.

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Baby Love

It seems that lots of my friends are bringing little bundles of joy into the world recently. Wedding showers are quickly turning into baby showers, and with that comes a whole new room they have to decorate. One good friend just had a beautiful baby girl, and the other is preparing to welcome one. Also, my friend Jennifer from Belclaire House Blog is expecting a sweet little girl in January. I thought it would be fun to share a selection of fresh, feminine, and overly sweet bedrooms fit for one lucky little girl.


I really just adore this room of pattern mixed in with popping hues. Via Traditional Home


For those of you who don’t know if it is boy or girl, this soft palette works either way. There is also nothing like a calming room for baby.


Beautiful feminine nursery by Carolyn Griffith via Traditional Home


Nate Berkus created the most glamorous little jewel box for his sweet girl. via AD nursery-by-susana-simonpietri-via

Lovely texture and soft tones by Susana Simonpietri


I would frame some Hermes scarves in a heartbeat. So whimsical and effective in a girl’s room. Via AD


I think it is so fun to have the ceiling patterned, especially since they will be looking at the ceiling quite a bit in the crib. Via ADsafari-nursery-via-atlanta-homes-and-lifestyles

A fun and fabulous safari theme. Via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles


Lovely toile and white. Via Decorpad

Mark of Color

I am sure you all have seen it. Right? I mean how can you not adore the colorfully fresh and chicly bold Manhattan apartment designed by Mark D. Sikes in this month’s House Beautiful. It is engergizing without being overwhelming, which is often a hard feat with too much pattern and color. Sikes understands effortless chic better than anyone else in the business (in my opinion). He makes spaces timeless, without being conventional. His flawless taste gives him a supportive following. This apartment is the best way to start the weak- tasteful, colorful, and ridiculously fabulous.

Happy Monday!

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I mean, look at how that lines up. Blue, white, red, and a little leopard carpet.

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I just love it!


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I am obsessed with the lavender walls. Unexpected, but it totally works.

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I love the layers of texture. So important for a room. The wallpaper is everything.

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What a room!

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Happiness is blue and white.

Summer Dreaming

I could seriously transplant here, not change one thing, and be completely content. My schedule is still non-stop, so the idea of a lovely English townhouse filled with laid back luxury, chic antiques, and delft dreams sounds like the perfect summer escape. I find the townhouse of Lady Wakefield (just sounds so chic) is full of incredible inspiration. Note the marble molding, the soft English prints, and the displays of timeless collections. If you want to know where my head is today- it is a constant rotation of these fabulous images via English House & Garden.

Photography by Michael Sinclair.

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Absolutely in love. Lady Wakefield has great displays of blue and white.

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Marble moldings on the ceiling (something you see throughout the home), antique rugs, and infusions of color.

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Fabulous artwork provides the perfect juxtaposition to the more causal slip covered sofa.


How sharp is the marble against that blue stained wood?! Ahhh

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Interior column.

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The conservatory. This may be the most ideal space I have ever seen. Doubtful any guests would ever want to leave.

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Master bedroom serenity.

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Total British charm.