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Love the calming blue on the walls - I find I'm loving blue more and more these days. I would love to have a light blue ceiling.
i have this same pic saved, and it was one of those that gently pushed me to a blue family room with white trim. I love the fact that in my circle here, i'm in the minority with pale blue, and other coastal colors. Which is weird, since I'm in Florida, 45 min to the beach, you'd think that more homes here would carry that feel. Just love this post.
Gorgeous! I love the paint color and that beautiful curved sofa!Kat :)
Rene,What a gorgeous room! I love the soft colors and the great detail!Isn't it wonderful to get inspired by an image!!!!!!The house is really my type. Cozy, stylish and inviting.Yvonne
That is a look that I find myself leaning to more and more these days! I keep putting off buying because I sense this "new" style interest coming on! Pawley's Island is delightful and if you have never been, book a trip! LOLThanks for sharing, as usual you have the best "likes".
Let's go in together and buy it Rene!!! We can take turns living there. It is gorgeous!!!
That sounds like a plan Gina!
We painted our master bath in our new place that very shade of blue. Love it. We move in two weeks. Can't wait!
It's just so fresh--love it!
Such a pretty room! Love how restful it is! Thanks for sharing.
What a beautiful home. I love the colors and the feeling of the space. Did you see in the kitchen photo on the Posh blog the green bulletin board on that light blue wall? Love that color combination!!
What a wonderful surprise to wake up and see my room featured on one of my favorite blogs! Thanks so much for your sweet words!Gina & Rene-I'll throw the furniture in for free so y'all can just relax and drink some iced tea on the porches!xoxoxJulia
What a gorgeous home - I love the feel of it. It's one that I'm trying to achieve - fresh, bright and relaxed! So wonderful! Thanks for sharing!
So fresh and so clean clean! Love this room!!! It's gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing. Love the mix of fabrics.Have a great day!Kellexx
That's it. Totally moving down there! Love the color scheme and pretty much every other part of the decor!
Well then Casey, Gina and I will have you over for tea on the porch :)
I remember seeing this pic the first time and loving it! That Thomaspaul fabric on those chairs... I bought cushions in that fabric and was SO sad they were just a bit too big.
I will be saving these as well. So relaxed and gorgeous - and the light is spectacular!
Gorgeous, Rene. The home is beautiful and the floors are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.Teresaxoxo
I have seen one photo of this living room and loved it. Thanks for posting more photos. I will head over to her blog. I do love this room.
I love so much about it. The cooling and calm colors, the curve of the coffee tables. It's all so pretty and inviting.
i love the perfect mix and lovely palette she has going on. it's just gorgeous... elegant without being overdone. beautiful home!
I love how this is a more subtle/understated take on the turquoise/teal tidal wave! I just love it! Nicolex
Oh how welcoming and relaxing ~ love the calming colors and feel to the room. If only I lived closer!Jo
Beautiful! This living room is so peaceful, I love all of the soft colors.
The entire place is gorgeous. But the painting steals the show. Nothin' like a great piece of art.Camille
Oh, I forgot to ask if it's ok to link to the post Kelle Dame did about using children's art. It's planned for Saturday.
What a gorgeous room and house!! I love the colors and the mixture of patterns.Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Mothers Day to you!XO
Heading on vacation in about 4 weeks to Debordieu which is about 5 miles from Pawleys...must check this out...gorgeous!!
I'm on the next plane! That house is gorgeous. The wall color is peaceful and so soothing. I'm very drawn to the powder blues lately. The fabric on the chair is beautiful and a great mixture of fabrics and textiles that she uses. I'm off to see more!
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