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.
via Santa Clara 1728
Here’s the look I created inspired by the Santa Clara:
tablecloth, chair, dish set, glasses, lavender centrepiece, cutlery set, napkins
I absolutely love how these rooms combine bright whites and warm woods.
living room, via My Scandinavian Home
dining room, via The Design Chaser
foyer, My Paradissi
entryway, via Domino
bedroom, via SF Girl By Bay
via Rosa Beltran Design
bedroom, via Lonny
bedroom, via The Design Chaser
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:
via Coco Lapine Design
In this kitchen, I like the perfectly tiled wall, the¬†white wood floor, and the very sleek vent¬†hood:
via New Zealand Design Blog
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.
In this dining room, I like the irregular shape of the wood table and the cozy sheepskin fur throws on the eiffel chairs.
What are your design interests for the upcoming year?
I’m ending the week here with five beautiful wintery white living spaces.
via Country Living
photo by Katya De Grunwald, via House to Home (thanks to Colin for the submission)
via House & Home
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!
Here’s a pretty simple and rustic dining room to get your Monday started. I’m sure a delicious feast would compliment the styling quite nicely.
via Desire to Inspire
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?
via Design Serendipity
via Danish Design Store
via Adventure Journal
via Shelton, Mindel & Associates
Or maybe because it’s such a lovely, well-designed chair, it’s meant to stand out and remain on display.