Tie-dye decor!

{image via Pinterest}

Love the look of tie dye in fabric and furnishings! Saw much of this at High Point Market last Spring, such as in the console (below) from Drexel Heritage.

Love seeing elements of it mixed in, like the living room above!





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Summer style = a bit of nautical decor!

{Nautical tote bag from Shrimp & Tiddlers UK}

{Vintage whale poster from Etsy.com}

{Sailboat shelving display, image via Pinterest}

{A chair to anchor yourself in, via Pinterest}

{Captain’s Quarter Sconces, available at Shades of Light}

{Vintage 1950′s pair of Anchor Andirons, currently available on 1stDibs.com}

{Bunk bed bedroom worthy of a ship cabin, image via Pinterest}

{True nautical notations, via Pinterest}

{Rope chandelier from Restoration Hardware, image via Casa Sugar}

{Rope tie backs from Restoration Hardware}

{Keeping ship shape!}





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Happy Holiday Weekend!

Posted By Jill-LA | Apr 06, 2012 | No Comments | Category: Decorating, Holiday

Happy Passover and Happy Easter!

{Table settings via Casa Sugar and Pinterest}





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Inspiring vignettes of personal collections…

{Found treasures}

{Art, books, & accessories}

{For the vanity…makeup brushes & jewelry}

{Nautical}

{Artwork & photography}

{Books}

{Dishware}

{Art supplies}

{Vintage photographs}

What things do you collect?





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Lighten Up!

Posted By Jill-LA | Jan 28, 2012 | 12 Comments | Category: Decorating, Design Inspiration, Paint

Occasionally it’s refreshing to see interiors that are airy, light, and bright. While dark colors can be exciting and dramatic, lighter colors tend to be more soothing. Often times, clients request warm colors for the sake of having some richness to their rooms. Yet, this past week I did a paint color consultation for a client’s new home where we went with “barely there colors” – paint colors almost devoid of anything but a hint of color.  Sometimes it’s nice to “lighten up!”

{image via Hometown Girl}

Tone on tone, whites and creams.

Benjamin Moore Elmira White HC-84

{image via Pinterest}

A crisp white, bright entry!

Benjamin Moore Decorator White 1-04

{image via Home-Styling}

Light with a subtle hint of pink.

Benjamin Moore Mirage White 2116-70

{image via House & Home}

Cool blues and grays.

Benjamin Moore Wales Gray 1585

{image via Pinterest}

Off-whites and grays.

Benjamin Moore Owl Gray 2137-60

{image via Pinterest}

Cabinets painted in greige with a soft white contrast.

Benjamin Moore Ozark Shadow AC-26

{image via Pinterest}

A tone on tone affect with a hint of warmth.

Benjamin Moore Lancaster Whitewash HC-174

{*for E., for giving me the great quote}





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{image via Houzz}

I am currently working on a project where the client has decided to demo the linen cabinets of an upstairs hallway and create a built-in desk in it’s place.  The space is on the children’s wing of the house and opens up to a loft playroom. I think this is going to be a great use of space! Of course, I had to go searching for inspiration…

{image via Pinterest}

A compact work area (the inspiration picture my client likes).

{via Pinterest}

A small space maximizes a home office.

{image via Houzz}

A built-in nook blends seamlessly between this kitchen and dining space.

{via Simple Blueprint}

A converted attic space.

{via Pinterest}

A rustic chic wood work surface wall to wall.

{via Meet Butterflies}

A great use of space to accommodate a work area and window seat.

{via Elle Decor}

Dual work spaces and lots of room to display inspiration!





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Gold Mine

Posted By Jill-LA | Nov 26, 2011 | 6 Comments | Category: Decorating, Design Inspiration, Trends

{image via Pinterest}

While gold may be a hot commodity…it’s also very glam in interiors!

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Peacock Passion

Posted By Jill-LA | Nov 19, 2011 | 12 Comments | Category: Art, Decor Accessories, Decorating, Fabric, Furniture

{the mural in “Mrs. Doheny’s” bedroom at the Greystone Mansion, designed by Woodson & Rummerfield}

Lately I have been noticing a lot of peacocks in interior design – everything from artwork to accessories! It may be a classic motif, but it certainly has made a resurgence. Take a look!

Painted peacock feathers on a platter at a show house in Austin, TX. Image via Houzz.

Peacock pillow from Dwell Studio (we actually purchased this for a client of mine).

Peacock wallpaper from Schumacher.

A peacock on a fireplace mantle – sure to be a conversation starter! Image via Houzz.

And to have that “conversation starter” – might want to sit in this peacock print chair from The Divine Chair.

Peacock napkin rings, via ZGallerie.

Peacock bench from Horchow.

Peacock mirror from Restoration Hardware.

Peacock printed wallpaper – and wall decor. Image via Houzz.

Deco Peacock Rug from Company C.

Trina Turk peacock fabric by the yard via Layla Grace.

Peacock bedding from Serena & Lily.

Peacock pillow from Chiasso.

If you’re passionate about peacocks – there is so much out there!





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Rustic + Modern

Posted By Jill-LA | Sep 24, 2011 | 10 Comments | Category: Decorating, Design Inspiration

{via Pinterest}

In honor of it officially being Fall, thought I’d feature some rustic modern interiors that evoke the rusticity of the season…

{via Livet Hemma}

{via Simple Blueprint}

{via House Beautiful}

{via Emily A. Clark}

{via Living Agency}

{via Decor8}

{via Buddha Interiors}

{via Recyclart}





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{from the September/October issue of Lonny Magazine}

It seems I am always and forever suggesting banquettes to clients for their eat-in kitchens, breakfast rooms, or dining rooms. Banquettes are often a great use of space, they provide maximum seating in the most compact areas and can double as storage too. Most often, they are practical and functional (and even offer a cozier place to sit and read a book or work on a laptop). I currently have a client building one for her new house, in the open flow kitchen / breakfast room and recently completed one for a client’s kitchen that has a very small breakfast nook. Over time, I have collected images of beautiful banquettes for inspiration!

{via Pinterest, via House Beautiful}

{via Pinterest, via Design to Inspire}

{via Pinterest, via Because It’s Awesome}

{via Pinterest, via Southern Living}

{via Pinterest, via Rue Magazine}

{via Pinterest, via Lonny Magazine}

{Proposed custom built banquette for a client, by Jill Seidner Interior Design}

{Proposed custom built banquette for a client, by Jill Seidner Interior Design}

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