Good morning (or whatever time of day you are reading this)! In this week's installment of Manic Monday I have mostly curated decorating choices and features that add wow within rooms. There are some good ones so I will get right to it!
This double shower designed by Steven Gambrel is something else. Holy moly! I am really curious to see the rest of the space now.
This sink, mirror and wallpaper combination is a knock out. The ceiling painted to match the mirror takes this space up a notch too. I love the glass paned door leading to the sink - a perfect choice because this sink should be seen. Design by John Jacob.
A little Furniture Fever
Speaking of wicker, the wicker sofa in this room is definitely giving me the fever. I do not know if I am ready for Christmas decor yet though, what about you?
I have always loved slipper chairs and slipper sofas. The color and look of the slipper sofa in this space designed by Studio Munroe is speaking to me! The sightline into the books above the firewood in the adjoining room together with the marbled wall is breathtaking too.
Mini Move in Ready: Rooms
I find this all black kitchen designed by Ashe Leandro extremely attractive. The slight movement in the countertops and backsplash coupled with the glass cabinets and paneling bring great depth to the monochromatic scheme. The piece de resistance is the hexagon terra cotta floor.
The colors in this library designed by Gerald Pomeroy Interiors, please note the pale pink ceiling, are so soothing. I love the sculpture in front of the mirror too. Lovely.
This solarium has great vibes. The artwork is spectacular and the more natural light, the better! This is in the home of Wiola in The Netherlands.
This built in bed by Hadley Wiggins oozes charm. The sightline of the shutters leading to the bed framing the window beyond the bed is a wonderful detail.
I love the dark walls and the artwork in this room designed by Haneen's Haven. I am also very intrigued by the decision to paint the crown molding and baseboards the same color as the walls and then paint the window white. Unexpected detail indeed.
The orange glass display cabinets framing the doorway between the kitchen and breakfast room in this design by Kristina Heuman are charming.
The use of a wall sconce/light over this dining room table is a great, unexpected and attractive detail. Design by Brian Paquette Interiors.
The mantle-less fireplace in this room by Lucas Eilers Design Associates, flanked by window seats is gorgeous. The paneling, old bricks in the firebox, and the beams bring this beautiful space up several notches. Yes to these features!
This artwork arrangement designed by Emily Edith is an extremely attractive grouping.
The shutters flanking this beautiful old door create an extremely welcoming entry. Builder is Dilworth Development.
Falling In Line
This concludes Manic Monday. I hope it has you feeling inspired and manic in all the right ways! I will be back tomorrow to share some inspiration for my renovation. See you then.
Thank you for coming by today, Kerry