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Happy Wednesday everyone! Today I’m sharing this lovely home where designer Julie Hillman does a beautiful job mixing modern elements with traditional design — Love it!

Have a great day!

~ Shannon

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HAPPY FRIDAY! I LOVE KITCHEN DESIGN AND TODAY I’M SHARING  5 OF MY FAVORITES. THEY’RE ALL SO GORGEOUS — I STILL CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHICH ONE I LIKE BEST.

MINDY GAYER DESIGN

VIA DECOR PAD

JOHN BYNUM

JAMIE BLAKE

MOREDESIGN

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!

~ SHANNON

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Happy Friday! If you’re looking for a place to unplug, unwind & get healthy in a gorgeous setting then the The Ranch Malibu is the place to go. I came across it several years ago because I love the work of Scott Shrader who did the landscape design for the The Ranch. However, as you’ll see in the photos below the interior design is just as beautiful!

Have a great Weekend!

~ Shannon

 

All photos via The Ranch Malibu

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Happy Monday! Lately, I’ve been inspired to mix influences from South Texas and Mexico into my interiors. It may be due to my recent trip to my hometown on the border of Texas and Mexico but what ever the reason, I love the look! Below, I’ve put together my favorite elements for a very South Texas living room.

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I love using hurricanes, especially these simple, yet modern, ones above from Crate & Barrel.

I also love to use photography and found this wonderful photograph from Parish Photo of a Charreada (Mexican Rodeo) in San Antonio, TX.

Rio Grande Blanket

 Have a great day!

~ Shannon

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Perched on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean this beautiful villa was built in the 30’s by Wallace Frost after spending a decade in Italy. Owned by Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, I absolutely love the way they decorated this gorgeous villa. I’ll be honest, I’m a little obsessed with this home.

I love this porch, and the staghorn fern on the wall is incredible!

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When Ellen talks about why she loves this home in her book, Ellen DeGeneres Home, she says, “… I think it’s because the house is always surprising. It reveals itself to you in new ways every day. And it’s really how I want to live. It’s not overly manicured or tidy. It’s not overly precious or perfect. And it’s a home that manages to be both spacious and cozy at once.” — I love that!

Happy Friday!

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 From beautiful bowls and cutting boards, to plants & pottery, there are some fabulous ways to organize your countertop clutter and add style at the same time. Below, are some of my favorite examples.

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I love how Heather Bullard stacks her collection of cutting boards and displays her silverware & linen napkins in pottery and platters.

Adding a painting or piece of artwork can add a touch of personality, as well as connect the kitchen to the rest of the home.

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Jean Stoffer’s use of plants in the kitchen brings a lovely polished greenhouse feel to it — very nice!

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Above, Beth Kirby’s beautiful kitchen with all sorts of fabulous objects in it.

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SOME OF MY FAVORITE OBJECTS TO USE IN A KITCHEN…

1 .cutting board   2.Earthenware Pan  3.Copper Jug,
4. Jar  5.Triangle Cutting Board 6.Marble Bowls
7.Painting 8.Porcelain Cup  9.Marble Objects
10.Platter 11.Footed Plates 12. Marble Vase

Have a great day!!

~Shannon

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Last week I shared the photos of the front of the Reseda Project. Today, I’m excited to share the before + after photos of the kitchen!

Reseda Kitchen

BEFORE

 Initially, the kitchen felt closed off from the rest of the home with only a small doorway from the dining room into the kitchen (above).

BEFORE

Even with gutting the kitchen, I was still limited on square footage and really needed to maximize this 200 sq. foot kitchen/laundry. In order to gain more storage and counter space, I eliminated the 2 smaller windows in the back corner, as well as the window on the left. In order to bring in natural light and a view of the backyard, I added a large picture window on the back wall, as well a full light glass door to the backyard.

BEFORE

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

 Some Elements from the Reseda Kitchen

AFTER

Happy Wednesday!

xoxo,

~ Shannon

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