Hello, my lovely readers. Somehow, someway it's already Friday, and my business and my projects are keeping me a busy little bee. It's been an amazing week, full of exciting happenings, but perhaps the biggest, most flattering, most exciting of them all is the fact that THE Style Me Pretty--yes, the style-laden, iconic blog that we all know and love--has featured my interior design work on their Living blog this morning. Here's a sneak peak, but, with all ado, we'd be super flattered if you'd go check it out :)
Seriously pinching myself right about now. A huge thank you to the lovely ladies at Style Me Pretty for the mention, and to the amazing Kristin Tatem Photography for capturing my project so well!
With that said...
Go enjoy your weekend!
Hannah- I just finished going thru the gallery over on the SMP living blog and this turned out so beautiful!!I just can't say enough great things- I love the simple/masculine yet completely pulled together and sophisticated vibe. I think my husband would really like it too. Definite style inspiration going on. :)
Have a great weekend.
i love everything about this design! currently in the market for a couch - could you let me know where the one pictured here is from?
all i can say is: LOVE it!
congrats - that is amazing!
Thank you to all for your incredibly kind comments! I'm so very appreciative!
Colleen--this is the 'Belgian Roll Arm Sofa'-- a 7-footer, 46" luxe depth from Restoration Hardware covered in Belgian Linen 'Sand.' Hope that helps!
Gorgeous home! Are you able to share where you found the linen parsons dining chairs? Thanks in advance!
Thank you so much! The linen parsons are from Restoration Hardware. Thanks for your comment!
I love your work and love the dining room chandelier. Would you by any chance be able to let me know where it is from. I have been waiting to find the perfect light and have had a temporary light for 5 years.
Hannah, your work is amazing. I love it! Would you be able to let me know who makes the light in dining room. It is perfect. I have had an empty hole in my dining room for 4-5 years now because I can't find anything I like. This would be perfect! Thanks!!!
Thank you, Daynz! SO appreciate your super kind words :) The dining light fixture is a work of Billy Cotton out of New York. It's called the 'Pick Up' chandelier. www.billycotton.com. You must send pics if you have one made and installed! :)
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