Everyone who's anyone knows that color blocking is all the rage. I might not get behind the neon brights featured on the runway, but I can appreciate these swaths of subtle twilight hues. (Bedroom from the home of stylist Irina Graewe.)
Doesn't this pairing make you want to move to Alabama and bake pies for a living? While I could never wear a skirt that length (hello cankles!), I might be persuaded to paper my walls in this lovely retro pattern. (Bedroom from the home of blogger/stationery designer Sarah Hicks Malone.)
Since we're heading down south and becoming pie mavens, we might as well include this summery housewife dress in the mix. An entryway with broad plank floors and plenty of rustic textiles will greet us when we come in from the orchard bearing cherries for our latest tasty creations. (Foyer from the home of Spool No. 72 founder Heather Paul.)
One of the most killer home tours of recent months, the seaside abode of the entrepreneurial couple behind Emersonmade has stolen my heart. I can't resist the raw linen table runner, the cheery flower petals, the casual bistro vibe. And don't you love the brick hearth in the background?
Holy rug, Batman! You know I love me some stripes, but this pink and black number takes it to a whole other level! Given the fantastic layers and depth of this living room, it comes as no surprise that it belongs to a textile designer. Artisans always have the best homes, don't they?
P.S. If you're in NYC today and tomorrow, don't walk--RUN!--to the Lauren Moffatt Sample Sale and let me shop vicariously through you!