Loving the great, but understated window.
I am a big fan of layering in a room's design. Whether it happens all at once or over time, it doesn't matter. It just needs to look like it all just happen. Not forced. What I love about these rooms first is the architectural elements in each of them. Strip them down and the architectural character sets you on a journey that can only lead to a room to love.
Loving the unique window, the window seat, and the paneled walls. This is a
room to love from the very start.
Love the arched doorway and all the great mouldings painted white.
But most of all I love the story in this room. The inherited window
panels used on the backs of these beautiful chairs.
I love the brick archway and the beams. I love that these were
not interpreted into a dark and
I love the natural light from a great window, the uncommon size of
this bathroom, and the terrific ceiling.
I love the black painted archway. And I'm freaking out about the map
collection hanging in the most unlikely of places. I always knew someone
brave enough to paint their trim black was brave enough to add
another element of uniqueness in the same room.
Image Sources: Home Bunch, Greige, VT Interiors, Zsa Zsa Bellagio