THEMES THAT YOU LIKE
An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

Interior Styles & Designs

An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

Interior Styles and Designs

Staircase
Love the library - a wall of books flanked by floor to ceiling windows
(via S T R O N G P L A C E: Olson Kundig Architects)
Floor Spanning Bookshelves (via Bookshelves)
This home belongs Kimberly Steward and was designed by Marcus Hay…. über stylish New York City people.
(via The Decorista-Domestic Bliss: HOME TOUR: Pretty Styling Magic)
Kitchen with a built-in, wood-fired pizza oven
(via Hope Floats - Slideshows - Dwell)
A bright and welcoming kitchen with incredible windows
(via Dungan Nequette Architects)
The kitchen and family room of this California home benefit from a multitude of windows and glass doors that look out onto a beautiful ocean view
(via Mahoney Architects & Interiors)
Contemporary wood kitchen with pendant lighting and a casual dining island with a checkerboard wood countertop
(via John Maniscalco Architecture)
Modern loft living
(via Emily Elizabeth Interior Design)
A colorful and curvaceous contemporary kitchen
(via Susan Serra, CKD)
Antique architecture meets modern decor, as stair railings and art with a contemporary Asian feel are paired with classical building elements
(via LDa Architecture & Interiors)
A former conservatory is transformed into a master bedroom… but retains the original, beautiful glass ceiling that looks up to the sky.
(via Kia Designs)
This modern, open concept home receives room separation from different elements… a kitchen island/breakfast bar, a trestle table in the dining area (which also features built-in banquette seating), and a sectional sofa in the living area.
Combined, the spaces flow together into a crisp, clean, bright living space. Additionally, the abundance of windows and a wood ceiling bring the outdoors in.
(via McClellan Architects)
This three-level, 6,000-sq-ft Colorado ski home has its great room on the highest level, where storefront windows border the outdoor deck to emphasize spectacular views.
(via New Mood Design LLC)