Five Absolutely PERFECT Rooms

Saturday, September 27, 2014

First, so many of you reply to my posts by emailing me back directly with your comments - that is a totally fine way to comment, and I love it. It does mean others don't see your comments, but that doesn't matter to me. It matters that you are enjoying the posts and taking the time to say something. Please don't feel you have to comment all the time (have you ever heard a blogger say don't bother commenting haha?!)....just when you feel like it. I totally appreciate the kind words, and will keep this going as long as I know you are reading, whether you comment all the time or not.  But this week, when I had more time to put into my posts than usual, I saw comments go up a lot, and it means so much that you guys recognized the longer and more in depth posts.

This one today is actually a really short post for me, but I am obsessed this these rooms lately, and don't want to add more images because it could take away from these. These five have been on my desktop for a couple of weeks, and I've gone back to them over, and over, and over again. Usually when I do that, I see things I would change, but not this time. I just love these rooms.

So, under the less is more theory, feast your eyes an what I consider design perfection:

What I like: The mix of the traditional lantern lighting with the more trendy cone pendants, the mix of silver and gold, the dark island and white cabinets, the floors, the simple, realistic looking table setting - I could definitely live there!

What I like: I don't know why I keep coming back to this room, because most of the things in it are things I wouldn't have chosen. But when put together, it just works. Kudos to the designer - what a great job, especially on the accessories.

What I like: Everything. This is perfect. The arrangement, the daybed - it's maybe not unexpected to see a daybed there, but to see a canopy one - definitely unexpected but amazing. Love the wall detail, the modern rug with the vintage chairs, the art, everything. Totally outstanding.

What I like: What's not to love? Shoes on a lighted display in the bedroom? Why didn't I think of this - it's awesome.

What I like: Oh my, the mixture of the eggplant purple velvet sofa, the cowhide pillows, the wood ceiling, and the stone patio floors and walls - now that's how you do texture. Perfect.

Do you love those five as much as I do? I'm totally smitten.

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babs1652 said...

That kitchen. Wow. My dream kitchen. That shoe closet. In my whole life I don't know that I would own that many pairs of shoes. (I'm a jewelry girl) If I had that shoe closet though, I would buy beautiful shoes just to put them on those shelves and display them like jewels.The shoes wouldn't even have to fit ;-)

The enchanted home said...

All well done but the first room and the shoe closet are the winners for me.....just amazing!

Kathysue said...

Fun post, just had to pin the kitchen and the living room with the round white mirror, loved both,

Merlin said...

You know how to "pick them!" franki

Karena Albert said...

Oh that last one thrills me Stacey, love them all; however the eggplant velvet, that bronze coffee table, the greenery, perfection!

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Karena Albert said...

The mix of metallics as well!

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Taylor Greenwalt said...

The first two rooms remind me of your home...I love the round mirror above the fireplace.

Diane Haynie said...

must agree...the shoe closet is worth obsessing over!

Jennifer@ClassicStyleHome said...

That kitchen is amazing! I feel like I'm getting immune to pretty white kitchens, but that one is spectacular. Maybe it's the copper lights and dark island? The shoe closet is great, but I would go broke trying to fill it!

Deborah said...

The kitchen is spectacular, the closet to die for and the first living room is most definitely my style. As perfect as the accessories are however, I just can't get past the large flat screen in the corner set atop a small parsons table.