A little eye candy

Sometimes I just like looking at pretty things.  Who doesn’t?!  No projects, no to-do lists, nothing.  Just downright visual pleasure.  Let’s be honest, how did people procrastinate before the invention of Pinterest?!  I’m hoping to share the SWS Pinterest with you all soon; just have a little more organizing to do (I was less than particular about pinning and labeling pictures for the first few months).

So until then, I have some solid eye candy for you all of some interiors I’ve been drooling over as of late:

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(Courtesy of Diane Bergeron Interiors)

I’m obsessed with the blue grasscloth walls and the print rug.

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(Courtesy of Diane Bergeron Interiors)

Again, grasscloth walls and print rug.  And I love how she pairs a slightly modern room with that great antique-looking dresser.

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(Courtesy of Diane Bergeron Interiors)

I have never met a person that does not like crisp, white built-in bookshelves.  And when paired with that glossy black table – perfection.

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(Courtesy of Pawleys Island Posh)

Glossy black doors paired with a weathered overhead lamp, matchstick blinds and a vase of purple flowers is amazeballs.

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I’m obsessed with this brick herringbone floor in this stellar mud room.

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(Courtesy of Owens & Company)

I’m not a huge fan of clear glass shower doors (momma likes her privacy), but if I must, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the dark window pane look.

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This is my perfect kitchen (minus the giant plant urn on the island).  Dark, wide plank floors, white cabinets, marble countertops, silver hardware, glass door upper cabinets, modern appliances and windows strategically placed above the sink (presumably overlooking my lush backyard), trimmed with roman shades.  Not too large, but not too small.  It’s the perfect size for cooking weeknight meals, Sunday brunch, or a Thanksgiving feast.  And it includes a dog bed for my fluffy fur ball.

In case you noticed, there seems to be a running theme here.  I would classify all of those images as “traditional” in style, but with a slightly modern twist… which pretty much sums up my own design aesthetic.  So hope you enjoy the eye candy and happy Thursday!

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