Posts Tagged ‘Elegant’

So gorgeous!

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I finally got around to taking pictures of my client, Gina and Chuck’s, new Living Room… and it turned out gorgeous (well I think so anyways)!

If you couldn’t tell by now, purple is clearly one of my favorite colors and it just so happens that this was the accent color they selected!  I promise I didn’t sway them in this direction, they just wanted something unusual and elegant- I think that is what we achieved.  See the finish product below.

Design by Lauren Racowsky

Design by Lauren Racowsky

Design by Lauren Racowsky

I love the clean taupe and ivory palette we did with the saturated pop of purple!  And how fabolous is the purple zebra print ottoman with the silver nailhead trim?

I know, we are getting around to window treatments soon.

Design by Lauren Racowsky

If you need help with your own interior design project, contact me!

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Source: Eva designs

Lately I have found myself totally drawn to all things lace.  I am not quite sure where this new infatuation has come from but I completely love lace!  For example, I had to buy this gorgeous dress from Lily Boutique (it was only $60!)

Source: lilyboutique.com

Lace is typically considered very traditional but I have actually found some very modern applications of it!  Here are some stunning rooms that use lace as an elegant design element.

Source: royalmansour.com

Source: tendir.com

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And the wallpaper is available in white too!

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These products are just so delicate looking!

Source: Paso Doble wallpaper designed by Elitis Wallpaper

Source: Luxury Idea

Source: Rug designed by Laura Bielecki

Source: Designers Anna-Katriina Tilli and Mari Relander

And by the way, I love all of these!

Source: Marie Claire (shoe on left- Guess, shoe on right- Giorgio Armani, clutch- J.Crew)
Read more: Lacy Accessories – Lace Shoes and Bags – Marie Claire

Source: nymag.com

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