I have been a big fan of Washington D.C. Interior decorator ever since I saw this lovely neutral wallpapered entry:
The neutral palette is soothing and classic, yet the geometric pattern and the bamboo bench keep the look modern. The shapely mirror looks great against that wallpaper!
Then I realised that I’d seen her work before, in Domino:
(This room (above) and the colour scheme remind me a lot of this room I posted about here)
And in design showhouses:
There’s those chairs again!
I really like the way she uses a lot of colour but that her aesthetic remains classic. He looks are always co-ordinated well but not matchy-matchy. This week I am inspired by her home:
The gold bamboo-framed mirrors she has (above and below) in her apartment are gorgeous! I also love the purple vase and aqua lamp against the otherwise neutral entry area (below):
An ordinary kitchen is really transformed with a little bit of geometric wallpaper in a fresh green colour (above). You could put clear glass over the lower section to act as a splashback.
I hadn’t seen this picture of Sally’s bedroom when I did my post on my own octagonal mirror dilemma! It looks great flanked by twin green ceramic lamps with a ribbon trim.
[As a sidenote, we used these exact lamps below - never sure whether they are artichoke or acorns! - lamps in my wonderful friend Carolyn's master bedroom, but with a white shade trimmed with green. We used a pistachio green and raspberry colour scheme and it looks amazing! Carolyn is building a new home and I get to decorate it yay! I'll be sure to post pics of that exciting project as it develops!]
I hope Sally’s stylish apartment has you inspired, enjoy the rest of your weekend! x
Images of Sally’s home are via Southern Living.