Tag: nature/nurture



this nature/nurture is very special, as it features a school bus that was turned into a camper! featured on design sponge not once, but twice, marco khalil and caroline west have incredible taste and lovely, creative minds. the ‘nature’ is somewhere I would die to take their home on wheels- the redwood forests. can you imagine?!




post 3beach, sunroom

this house kills me. it’s pretty often that I will see a house and fall in love with it instantaneously, but I feel like this one is a level above that (and don’t be surprised if I say that often). there’s just something so clean and comforting about it. I love bright white spaces for how crisp and airy they are, but more often than not I wouldn’t actually feel comfortable living somewhere so blank… maybe because it would be too easy to mess up, I don’t know. especially now that it’s warm I’ve been leaning more towards a bohemian vibe, while still staying organized and avoiding clutter, which is very important to me. the abundance of natural linen color in chay wike’s home, featured on domino, softens the fresh white walls, keeping the rooms light but making everything seem more inviting. there are no shortage of sheepskin accents which are to die for, and the subtle southwestern patterns add color and texture. and those french doors along the dining room wall are absolutely priceless! how gorgeous would it be to open all those doors and let the breeze roll in off the coast. this home would make a perfect beach house appropriate for both everyday living and relaxing.


leaf tunnel


I chose this set of pictures to honor how glorious this weather has been in my area this week. it seems like summer is finally here, just in time for my birthday on friday. the beautiful home belongs to jennifer harrison-ciacchi who owns a construction company with her husband. her house is beautiful and I love the eclectic mixture of patterns and materials that all somehow fit together cohesively. the picture links to design sponge which has all the pictures of their home. the dirt road image is off of tumblr and I don’t know who the photographer is, but it’s beautiful. I’d love to take a hike there on a sunny april day.


Smittenstudio-a-sunny-afternoon-space1havasu canyon creek

this absolutely dreamy studio was created by sarah sherman samuel of smitten studio and a sunny afternoon. I love the gray textiles with the white paint and mixed textures (wood grain, fur, basket weave, ceramic pot). all the plants really tie together the light colors and dark wood accents. I could picture it inside a rustic barn at the bottom of a canyon like the one in this society 6 print by kevin russ.