Our beloved Studio McGee took the top spot in our latest room redo vote with this bright and happy entryway. The stunning inlay chest draws your eye in right away, while the soft blue accents and coral sculpture are a subtle nod to the nearby beach. The bamboo mirror and blue and white planter add a touch of chinoiserie style, and the leather stools create the perfect spot for tying your shoes or keeping your bag handy. P.S. If a bone inlay dresser is outside of your price range, you can DIY one with paint!
I can’t get enough of Sophie Carpenter’s sleek bathroom spotted on SF Girl by Bay. That gorgeous floating vanity (with oodles of storage) really grounds the space while the brass mirror and sconces draw your eye up. I’m a firm believer in less-is-more when it comes to countertop accessories, but the luxe planters, candle, and artisanal storage cups used here definitely make the grade. My favorite part might be the sconces, and though I’ve linked the original ones here, don’t miss this similar look for less!
Props to Ballard Designs for creating this space with their beautiful designs! When you discover a store you truly love, it’s easy to find yourself decorating a room with their products…and only their products, but in this case that common no-no is more of a heck-yes. Of course, it wouldn’t be Copy Cat Chic if we didn’t track down some less expensive alternatives, which brings us to today’s bright and breezy room redo. We’ve featured that spot-on coffee table before, and you definitely can’t beat the prices of those pillows or that pretty white sofa. Anyone else notice a lot of accessorizing with dough bowls lately? They work so well on dining tables, consoles, and built-in shelving—might have to pick one up myself!
This peachy vote-garnering living room, spotted on Style & Minimalism, looks like the brightest, cheeriest place to call home. I wouldn’t normally find myself shopping for an orange sofa, but I was happy to make an exception for this room redo! The warmth of the sofa ties in so nicely with the exposed brick wall, which you can bring home thanks to the magic of wallpaper. The shaggy rug and sheepskin throw mirror the cloudy artwork perfectly, and the slatted bench and architectural chandelier are another match made in heaven. Peachy keen!
This room redo vote was so close, we just had to feature all three nominees! First up is this moody, masculine living space designed by Ryan Street & Associates. The velvety sectional sofa and tufted ottoman invite you to cozy up for a while, as does the classic deep blue wall color. More modern touches like the kilim pillows and and curvy leather chaise create a nice mix, and a few gold accents are always a good choice. That abstract artwork is such a steal too—and it’s framed! Hurry before they’re gone…