This nursery by Dina Bandman Interiors has been allllllllll over Instagram and Pinterest for good reason. It’s INSANELY GOOD. Like, when I saw it I audibly gasped. The lemon wallpaper, the lucite canopy crib… I mean, it’s the stuff of dreams (and very, very large budgets). I love it when showhouse rooms actually look like crazy, jaw dropping dream space rather than the trend of “weird and crazy for shock value”– which has been a trend for a while. It really makes me want to do a showhouse room!
I spent the weekend in western Connecticut at the lovely Inn at GrayBarns and saw an ad in a local design magazine for Hendricks Churchill Homes & Interiors and fell madly in love with their work and website. This husband and wife team really have a unique but classic style I adore.
I am particularly amazed by this modern yet totally English-farmhouse feeling home called “The Little Farmhouse Renovation“.
This living room is looks both influenced by Manhattan and the country in equal measure. I love the painted millwork and the color of the floors in literally perfect.
Minimalist and yet not too cold. Not exactly my personal style, but I can really appreciate the push and pull between the styles.
Those brass switchplates are making my morning.
I adore the kitchen. Classic materials like soapstone and wood counters look fresh and modern in here.
That FAUCET! (And sink. And hardware.)
The simplicity but incredible craftsmanship of these cabinets is effortless.
This home is seriously a master class in millwork.
I’d like to sit here with a good book and cup of tea, wouldn’t you?
Such simple but thoroughly thought out and thoughtFUL spaces.
Did I mention the exterior is a gem too? #dreamhouse
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Photography by Amanda Kirkpatrick, amandakirkpatrickphoto.com.
At a time when a lot of design magazines leave me feeling less than enchanted, the last issue of Veranda was a home run. Especially the feature on the new Alessandra Branca designed spaces at Windsor, Florida. HEAVEN. Such great design in such a beautiful location. I can so see myself here in 25 years in my J.Jill leisure separates sipping wine at 3 p.m.– glorious.
Loving this combo of red, pink and blue. Such an interesting combination done so elegantly. Loving that photograph over the sofa too!
Admittedly, I have not had time lately to peruse Pinterest that much for inspiration. We’ve been so busy that taking time to just observe has been a luxury. Last night I did however, and ended up down a rabbit hole of inspiration and landed squarely on Tim Barber’s portfolio and could not believe how many inspirational spaces I found on his site. His clear respect for the beauty and detail of old homes mixed with interiors by some of the best names in California interior design makes for a totally overwhelmingly gorgeous grouping of work! Feast your eyes on these awe-inspiring homes:
This entire home top to bottom is insanely good. Interiors by Artistic Designs For Living. Photos by Laura Hull.
It’s a week of fun reveals here at EOS/EGD! Today I finally get to share with you our new professional website (www.eringatesdesign.com) and branding for our design services and business! While blogging, product designing and book writing are a lot more public facing– the design business is my bread and butter and what I spend most time on day in and day out. So it was high time we had a website that reflected that (and I plan to redo the blog to coordinate, but I gotta save some pennies for that!)
I chose Hanna Seabrook from Gadabout Creative to design everything as I have always LOVED her work (and Instagram feed) and knew that our aesthetics meshed really well and that despite the distance, she would just “know” what I wanted without me having to explain everything in detail. And she did!
So please check out the new site…a little more about it here:
A clean new logo and monogram emblem that I want to put on errrrrrrrything.
While I do have a book that catalogs most of these projects, they are split up by room type. Here you can see them all in their entirety.