Colorful Harmony of Hranowsky

I feel like a bit of color is in order to sign off the week. I have given you classic clean lines and gardens of boxwood, but I feel like going out of the box (wood) a bit. Not to worry, I haven’t fallen off of my new american traditional wagon. Speaking of wagons, I thought I would share with you the designer behind Darius Rucker’s Charleston home, and many homes with a sense of colorful vintage and livable modernism. Charleston based designer, Angie Hranowsky has created some whimsy and easily approachable spaces with her eye for various hues, market finds, and curiously playful patterns.

I just love one home from the Lonny 2013 issue, but then also fell in love with another home from the Lonny 2011 issue. I could not pick just one (a common problem I have in all aspects of life), so I compiled a mix of both here today.  Frankly, the consistent design of both houses could blend into one happily colorful home. We may as well end the week on a bright note, and Angie Hranowsky is my vibrant vibe into the weekend.

P.S. captions will be added later! Had too much fun celebrating national dog day!

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