Urban Farmhouse: Boy's Room

Monday, July 25, 2016

A couple of weeks ago I showed you the progress on the master bedroom at Urban Farmhouse Project in Los Angeles.  My lovely clients have the cutest little boy who is around Lucy's age. His parents wanted a fun, boyish room that could grow with him.  He had a nice set of RH furniture and a fun rocker and ottoman.  We created a cool wainscot paint effect and used some spoonflower fabric on the drapes. Here is the board.

Here is the room in progress.

And just as a reminder, here is the kids' bathroom that I think works really nicely with his big / little boy room.

Textured Neutral Kitchen

Monday, July 18, 2016

Hello all, it's Kate again bringing you another drool worthy space to admire!

I am forever inspired by the lovely founders of the blog Honestly WTF and the kitchen of Erica Chan styled by the talented 
Bianca Sotelo blew me away instantly. This neutral kitchen could suit almost anyone with its classic walnut hardwood floors and classy marble countertops. By adding an eclectic but cozy antique rug runner, high leather stools and some unique countertop accessories personality is easily added to the space. Also, aren't the grey painted cabinets such a versatile but eye catching shade?! While Erica used the color KraftMaid in Greyloft I've sourced a bluer option in my roundup!

Here's how to get the look in your kitchen...

Hale Navy Paint via Benjamin Moore

Otto One Light Pendant via One Kings Lane
Live Olive Tree via One Kings Lane
Antique Rug via Amber Interiors
Reverence Aromatique Hand Wash via Aesop
Leather Bar Stool via CB2
Mango Wood Chopping Board via Temple & Webster
Puebla Hand Towel via The Citizenry

Inspiration Image via Honestly WTF

- Kate

Urban Farmhouse: The Master Bedroom

Monday, July 11, 2016

Hey there! A little update on my urban farmhouse project.  Last week I posted the living and dining room board.  This week I'm introducing you to the master bedroom.  The space is at the front of the house and has a beautiful vaulted beamed ceiling.  Again the feel is sort of clean, farmhouse, boho.  Here is the master bath board from a while back.

And here is the bedroom board.

A little has changed since the board was created. We found a vintage rug so the blue West Elm rug is going away (though I still love it).  Here is a progress photo of the space.

Can't wait to see it all come together!

Earthy Minimalist Dining Room

Monday, July 4, 2016

Hello all, it's Kate Cabiltes!

I can't get enough of this dining room by designer Katie Hackworth of H2 Design & Build in Seattle. What she did with this traditional room in a 1930s tudor style home is calming and intriguing all in one glance. By pairing some modern pieces like the white table and leather chairs with some neutral elements such as the shades and fur blanket, a calming pulled together look is created. The unique chandelier light fixture and cloud wallpaper add pops of personality and some oranges and a plant give it some touches of color and nature.

Here's how to get the look in your dining room...

Sand Woven Wood Shades via The Shade Store
Edison Bulb Chandelier via Cost Plus World Market
Wooden Bowl via Etsy
Rust Wool Rug via Overstock
White Faux Fur Throw via Linen Effects
Fern Plant via The Sill

Inspiration Image via H2 Design & Build