What I love about this room is that it's light, airy and neutral and you're not locked into color. The color is all in the accessories.

Owens and Davis (House of Turquoise)

What I love about this room is that it's light, airy and neutral and you're not locked into color. The color is all in the accessories.

Brisbane St Barts's current relaxed and elegant interior style. Pendant lights, plush soft furnishings and Chinese ceramics mix in various shades of neutrals.

Brisbane St Barts's current relaxed and elegant interior style. Pendant lights, plush soft furnishings and Chinese ceramics mix in various shades of neutrals.

this gal can really put things together in her shop to make you want to stay and buy

this gal can really put things together in her shop to make you want to stay and buy

Grey Asian-inspired foyer with Buddha lamp and Chinese garden stools. Designed by Brooke Crew of Interieurs Dovecote.

Grey Asian-inspired foyer with Buddha lamp and Chinese garden stools. Designed by Brooke Crew of Interieurs Dovecote.

We are excited to say that a new batch of these Cup and Rests made exclusively…

We are excited to say that a new batch of these Cup and Rests made exclusively…

Alabama interior designer William McClure's space begins with a neutral base…

Masculine Chic: William McLure Alabama Interior Designer

Alabama interior designer William McClure's space begins with a neutral base…

“Our bedroom is one of the darker rooms in the house and we don’t mind… we like it cozy. The Chinese lantern is something we picked up at a long-gone antique store down the road from our house. The mismatched, bedside ceramic lamps were made in the 70s by my father-in-law and the new lampshades are from Schoolhouse Electric. We bought the rug at the foot of our bed at a funky market in the capital city of Laos decades ago and the flokatis next to the bed are from IKEA  “

“Our bedroom is one of the darker rooms in the house and we don’t mind… we like it cozy. The Chinese lantern is something we picked up at a long-gone antique store down the road from our house. The mismatched, bedside ceramic lamps were made in the 70s by my father-in-law and the new lampshades are from Schoolhouse Electric. We bought the rug at the foot of our bed at a funky market in the capital city of Laos decades ago and the flokatis next to the bed are from IKEA “

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