Today, I’m taking you on a virtual trip to the Four Seasons in Palm Beach, Florida to check out the gorgeous creamy suites and to then offer a recreation of them.
The living room in this suite is done in shades of white with hints of wood and gold. The view is spectacular, too, isn’t it? I would never close those lush curtains if I stayed here.
Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Cooper swivel chair, Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams Vienna square table, Crate & Barrel console, CB2 planter, Minted mod garden art print, sofa, curtains
The bedroom is done in the same creamy palette, and the beachy artwork brings in the greenery from outside. The hints of wood and gold from the living room are brought into the bedroom through the desk and lamps.
bed, table lamp, floor lamp, pillow, chair, desk, throw pillows, throw, nightstand, art
Thanks to Rox-Anne for suggesting the Four Seasons Palm Beach for my Hotel to Home series.
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
Over the last two weeks it was really great to start, continue, and finish projects at my home. The before photos sort of scare me at this point but they weren’t so scary when I bought the place. Why is that? I think that when I bought the place, I realized that…
via You Look Like the Right Type
The location of my house is top-notch for my needs. It also has a lot of great natural light, amazing storage, and is plenty big.Â I really had to look past the dirt, the dark walls, and the mess, to see its potential. There is still work to be done but seeing the progress photos keeps me motivated to keep going. Yesterday I showed you the current state of the powder room and today I’m giving you a little tour of the living room.
Here is what the living room looks like now:
I haven’t fluffed the pillows or perfectly styled anything in these photos but they give you an idea of the transformation that this room has gone through.
The wall between the living room and dining room came down and the whole space got painted in Chantilly Lace. I still adore my MGBW sofa (remember my search?) and the gorgeous pillows that my mom made for me (talented, yes!). I unpacked some more boxes, brought up my vintage typewriter, and created a bit of a vignette with my vintage Alessi,Â old keys from around Europe, and Barbara Barry orb. The white-on-white art was created by my three nephews and I’ll soon be putting additional art on other walls.
Tomorrow I’ll share photos of my kitchen. If you want to read more about my reno, be sure to have a look at the posts in the Uptown series.
Let’s end the week with inspiration from five gorgeous living rooms. The ceilings, the furniture, the windows, the lighting…these all do their part to make these rooms inviting and gorgeous. Yes?
Jo Malone headquarters London, photo by Patrick Cline,Â via Lonny Magazine March 2013
via Real Simple
Julie Blackmon’s sunroom, via Design Mom
Sarah Hubbell’s living room, via Design*Sponge
New York penthouse by David Hoston and Ghislaine ViÃ±as, photo by Eric Laignel, viaÂ Interior Design
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
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!