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…
This recent room redo vote winner comes from the talented team at…a retailer! I’m always happily surprised to see actually livable rooms styled in home catalogs and by online retailers (none of that Catalog Living hilarity here). Australian shop Barnaby Lane created this beautiful bedroom to showcase their gorgeous designs, and that it does. While the adjectives “pink and flowery” would usually conjure images of a bright, saccharine girl’s room, this space is perfectly sophisticated and even a bit edgy thanks to those deep teal walls and concrete floors. I’m certainly ready to dive into that layered linen bed—how about you?
This plush pink space, designed by Mandi Gubler, is the perfect inspiration for a cozy and romantic Valentine’s evening in. Sharing may be caring, but in this living room there are plenty of pillows and throws to go around. The happy pink couch definitely steals the show, while the worn leather chairs, neutral rug, and modern geometric coffee table add a more masculine vibe. Layers of lighting and a few metallic accents provide the perfect romantic glow to boot. I hope your Valentine’s Day is as lovely as this space!
Last week’s vote winner, designed by Tamara Magel, is a Sag Harbor dining space that’s sleek as can be. I could linger for hours over dinner in those upholstered dining chairs (complete with fur throws), plus a round table makes for such great conversation. Solid ivory is a risky choice for a dining room rug, but it makes the space feel so light and airy. The asymmetrical chandelier is the real show-stopper here and ties in the brass candle holders and curtain rod perfectly. What a recipe for success!
This light-filled living room has gotten so much Instagram love…a room redo must be in order! Designed in a flash by Alaina Kaczmarski (co-founder of The Everygirl) upon moving into her new Chicago home recently, this space is a soothing oasis in the midst of a big transition. The neutral palette is divine, each piece mixing and mingling with ease. A little old (the antique-style mirror and Louis chair) plus a little new (those Kelly Wearstler pillows, spine bookcase, and geometric candle holder) equals a whole lot of design goodness. Now if only we could get in on that working fireplace!