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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

vintagehomeca:

(via Brick Flooring: The Perfect Transitional Element for Bringing The Outdoors In — DESIGNED w/ Carla Aston)
Peaked wood ceiling
vintagehomeca:

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Rustic beamed ceiling
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georgianadesign:

Lucky L home office, MT. JLF & Associates.
Wood everywhere
Wonderful bedroom
Wonderful dining room features a heavy-beamed vaulted ceiling and varied wood flooring, with slip-covered dining chairs adding a soft, feminine touch
(via Sutton Suzuki Architects)
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)
A dramatic room with an abundance of tall windows and a floor to ceiling stone fireplace
(via Interior Styles and Design: Rustic Warmth - Stone Fireplaces)
This custom-built dining corner is designed much like a booth in a restaurant, allowing for at least six diners to share a meal. An oversized pillow with a bright red octopus print provides a pop of color for the otherwise white space. And to provide more sleeping space, the kitchen table actually turns into a bunk.
(via Woodmeister Master Builders)
Living room with a sloped, vaulted wood ceiling and rounded support beams that reach the floor. Custom-made fitted windows usher in lots of natural light.
(via interiors / coco kelley)
Guests are welcomed to this San Francisco area home by a pair of arched wooden doors. They’re in for a visual treat when the enter the foyer, with it’s soaring wooden ceiling and large, ornate chandelier.
(via by Terri Davis)