Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Tuesday Ten {9.22.15}

Here are some of my favorite links I've found while stumbling around online this past week:
This gorgeous gray, textured tribal patterned fabric is a top contender for my window seat cushions.
Breton, Fog

Sounds like a perfect Fall morning to me!
Chai and Apples? The ingredients list tells me that this will make your house smell heavenly!
Not to mention, how incredibly delicious it is. I need to give this new spin on pancakes a try.
Julie's Kitchen via Anthro
I love the layered simplicity going on in this room. 
CCC shows you how to achieve it on a budget.
A Playful Master Bedroom from Rue Mag recreated for $1600

I'm working with a client on a massive remodel in her over 10K square foot home and we are drawing major inspiration from this EBuilders Model Home. 
Check out their Gallery of stunning pictures.
HH107 Exterior1HH107 Entry1
HH107 GreatRoom1HH107 Mudroom1

5. Classic Clog for Fall.
Oh, to have one of each color...
Classic Clog
You never know what you'll find. If it's on OKL you can feel safe about what your purchasing and the integrity of the vendor. Treasures GALORE.

7. S'mores Caramel Apple Recipe from Andrea at Legal Miss Sunshine.
It's Fall. You have to do a Caramel Apple. This one looks insanely good.
S'mores Caramel Apple Recipe // Legal Miss Sunshine

I love & Avenue. Cute styles at reasonable prices. They sell out quickly, though so don't hesitate or chances are they'll be gone.
Double Hooded Sweatshirt - Navy

9. Ronnie Dunn's TN Barnhouse Tour via Country Living
They should have said MRS. Ronnie Dunn's Barnhouse....I'd bet she did the decision making. It's simply stunning. 
Ronnie enlisted Nashville designer Rachel Halvorson to add a layer of refinement to the rustic home. First up: the kitchen, where an abundance of moody gray cabinetry, limestone countertops, and stainless steel appliances add luxe elements to the rough-hewn space. There, Rachel also introduced a key part of her design for the house: light fixtures that up the wow factor in each room. Starting with three 16" polished nickel pendants, she designed a custom pulley framework for them using barnwood and steel. The final product is a sleek showpiece that can hold its own above the 13-foot-long kitchen island.
In this photo: To maximize storage, one half of the island contains a series of baskets and bins; the other half has an additional work surface mounted with coasters to roll away when not in use.

10. Eddie Ross' Modern Mix Review from Architectural Digest.
Eddie is my Design Soul Sister. 
book cover

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