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Pretty Things Thursday

Pretty Things Thursday time! I’ve rounded up quite an eclectic collection of beautiful images that caught my eye this week. No theme here, just pretty work by great designers and a homage to a very powerful group of courageous, smart, and motivated young people who are changing the face of the United States.

KIDS ROOM – The very best part of designing a kids room/baby room/tween room is that you have full fledged freedom to do whatever you want (within reason of course.) Having a base palette is always a good idea, but being able to throw in all kinds of fun accent colors is what makes these types of rooms so much fun and unique from any other room in the house.

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DINING ROOM – I love the thoughtfully curated look of this dining room. She makes it look easy, but trust me, it isn’t. I bet every piece in here is from a different source and it takes great talent to put it together seamlessly.

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MASTER BATHROOM – I don’t know about you but I think pebble tile is so pretty. I installed it in a client’s house and we used a flat surface pebble mosaic that is a little easier on the feet.

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KITCHEN – The mix of metals, textures, and the wild mosaic tile backsplash give this kitchen a modern/hip vibe while feeling really warm at the same time. Me gusta.

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LIVING ROOM – Pretty much everything here works!

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KITCHEN – I’ve been obsessed with these pendants for longer than I like to admit.

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POWDER ROOM – I am loving the combinations in this bathroom. Notice there isn’t a mirror in front of the sink but a window instead. Interesting and I like it!

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I am so proud of and humbled by the group of students from Parkland, FL who have been outspoken in their belief that schools and anywhere, for that matter, should be made safe again. After having suffered unimaginable tragedy, they’re using their motivation and social media prowess to show us as a nation that we actually DO have the power to make change. Huge respect for them!

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cheers,

Heather

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