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This week’s beautifully organized space is from the home of graphic artist Eva of Eva Juliet. She took a Alex storage drawer unit from Ikea and customized it with numbered knobs on each drawer for easier organization.
photo via flickr EvaJuliet
So beautifully simple and uncluttered
P.S. Loving that Passe A L’Action print in the photo? It’s from her Etsy shop. Check it out and her other lovely items here.
Hi everyone! How was your Halloween? We enjoyed the cool sunny weather we were having, ate way too much sugar (lots of candy plus my sister’s birthday cake!), and had fun dressing up our little guy. Here he is in his little Batman costume:
Those were the few decent pictures we were able to get of him since all he wanted to do was run around and play with his little cousin and his constant movement unfortunately resulted in lots of very blurry pictures.
Did you dress up yourself or your little ones?
photography by Elizabeth Messina
Loving these two library rooms filled floor-to-ceiling with books and injected with black and red for an element of drama.
via traditional home
Beautiful boxes, a basket, and vintage suitcase provide ample storage and keep the color story consistent. A white stand near the door keeps umbrellas contained and readily accessible. The dark wall colors (love those stripes!) help the TV and DVD player”disappear” and keep them from being eyesores.
via lonny mag
Little bright spots of order can be transcendent, especially if they’re resolved in a stylish way
photo by jen siska via sunset magazine
You can tell everything in the cubby is purposefully there. With open units like that, belongings need to be edited down for it to look that good.
I’ve admired the beautiful Sheesha pillows ever since I first saw ‘em in the living room below. Unfortunately though the price tag on these babies is a bit more than I am able and willing to shell out for a pillow. John Robshaw sells a 20×20 version (pictured below right) for $200 (each!) and Jayson Home and Garden sells ‘em for $250 for the 20×20 version and $345 for the 26×26 version (yikes!).
Recently I was excited to find a few pillows that have a similar look for much much less. West Elm sells the Bijoux Dots Pillow (below left) for $34.00, and Etsy seller The Home Centric sells the White Mirrors Throw Pillow (below right) for $33.20 as well as the Light Beige Reflections Throw Pillow for $33.20 to $39.90 (price depending on size).
This week’s beautifully organized space of the week is the home office of interior designer Melissa Warner.
Metal locker baskets with labeled tags contain and organize her many fabric swatches. The bookcase makes use of vertical space.
On the other end of the room, closet doors covered in a bold over-scaled poppy print wallpaper make the room feel lively and hide more storage. A skirted glass-topped table provides a surface on which to lay out swatches and plans for her designs, while a Lucite chair helps keep the space looking uncluttered by taking up little visual space.
images via House Beautiful