Hotel to Home: Santa Clara 1728, Lisbon

The Santa Clara 1728 in Lisbon, Portugal is a small hotel with plenty of style. The tiled bathrooms, wood plank flooring, and linens look to be of the highest quality. I grabbed a photo of a dining space for today’s hotel to home inspiration. It’s definitely an easy-to-recreate space.

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Here’s the look I created inspired by the Santa Clara:

tablecloth, chair, dish set, glasses, lavender centrepiece, cutlery set, napkins

Interiors: Some Spaces I’m Currently Loving

My Pinterest boards are completely overflowing with goodness. There are¬†so¬†many beautiful interiors out in the world and there are¬†so¬†many spaces that I’d move right on in to. Here are just a few spaces that I’m currently loving:

In this space, I like the black and white art, the fancy crown moulding, and the easy breezy couch:

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via Coco Lapine Design

In this kitchen, I like the perfectly tiled wall, the white wood floor, and the very sleek vent hood:

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In this bathroom, I like the marble shower (we all know I love marble).¬†I think we’re going to be seeing a lot more patterned tile floors in 2015, and this is a sleek¬†marble herringbone version.

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In this dining room, I like the irregular shape of the wood table and the cozy sheepskin fur throws on the eiffel chairs.

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What are your design interests for the upcoming year?

The Friday Five: Wintery Living Rooms

I’m ending the week here with five beautiful wintery white living spaces.

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photo by Katya De Grunwald, via House to Home (thanks to Colin for the submission)

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photo by Kate Sears

Have a wonderful weekend!

Don’t be surprised if you don’t see daily updates over the next week or two. I’m taking a mini blog break!

Furniture: Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair

Hans Wegner wishbone chair

I love the Hans Wegner Wishbone chair (designed in 1949!) but it kind of bothers me that it doesn’t fully tuck in under the table. Does it bother anyone else?

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Or maybe because it’s such a lovely, well-designed chair, it’s meant to stand out and remain on display.