Hello! Each Wednesday I share some of the photos that stopped me in my scroll while I was perusing Instagram the previous week. Here are this week’s picks!
Smitten with every little detail in that pic! Here’s a link to their blog: BryartonFarm.com
I gasp every time Jamie posts a photo of her kitchen, but the monogrammed skirts really had my heart singing when I saw this pic!
3. @BruceFoxDesign –
The caption read, “When designer Bruce Fox was tapped to revive a former Boy Scouts camp into a family compound, his goal was to salvage as much of the camp’s charm as possible. “Homeowner Jennifer Litowitz’s directive was, ‘I want it to feel like Wisconsin in the 1940s’, recalls Fox. “One of my inspirations was a childhood memory of going to family lodges in northern Michigan in the summer,” says Jennifer. “I had this idea of a Midwestern hodgepodge that transcends time periods, a very comfortable aesthetic.” Subtle variation governs the house, and Fox made sure that fabric and color choices would reinforce the theme. “If it didn’t look a little vintage, it wasn’t right,” he notes. For example, he used a blue handwoven fabric on one sofa because it felt old—“not dusty, but just like it’s been well loved”—and he strategically deployed plaids because “a little plaid here and there feels retro.” For one room’s windows, he had his curtain-maker unravel the edges of the printed cotton to create a fringe out of the fabric itself. “I kept thinking, Oh, Aunt Martha made those a long time ago,” he says. “I was just going for that feeling.” In the east cabin bedroom, custom ikat benches sit at antique bed frames from @cathouse_antique_iron_beds. Photo by @bjornwallander.
It was the finish on that beautiful table that first caught my eye but those chairs are somethin’ else too, aren’t they? Here’s a link to Kelley’s website: KelleyAndCo.Com
Lindsay’s feed is one of my favorites to follow, and not just because she posts pretty pics. Her captions are always so thoughtful too! Here’s a link to her fun blog: The White Buffalo Styling Co