I'm in love. Seriously, have to have this kitchen by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design. It feels light and airy but also cozy and warm. I normally don't go for tile to the ceiling but it is working for me here. And that built-in...oy, amaze.
Decided I need to actually post some pics of design related things or something because this is, after all, a design blog. And life really doesn't need to be that heavy. You should know that I am on a desperate hunt for perfect nightstands. I was late for a meeting yesterday because I was obsessively scouring Etsy, eBay, Chairish, even 1st Dibs, and who can afford 1st Dibs? Can't be mid century teak(unless it's black maaayyybe) but has to be able to go with mid century because I bought a killer vintage dresser. And they have to be somewhere around 27" tall, or a tad taller. My rug is this pretty number from Anthro:
I'd say over the past few weeks I've looked at images of, oh, around 2 million bedrooms. Some I'm loving.
And if you have any suggestions for the perfect nightstands, do your thing and email me.
Which, yesth, I am completely obsessed with so no color, and not white because I just generally don't like white case goods all that much. Or painted furniture. But I do like these, they just need to be taller:
Obvs, no nightstands even in this photo and it's overall a bit glam for me but, dang, that is a bedroom. Plum grasscloth? Fuck yes.