As promised, I was allowed to snap some pics of one of my favorite "no touch" rooms ever, all for your viewing pleasure. I think it looks perfectly designed without any semblance of "trying too hard." Unique, yet stylish. Fresh and classic. Real and lived in, but still special.
...oh, and did I mention that a three year old and one year old live here?? I know, impressive.
Without further ado, behold the "no touch" and dining rooms of this classic Florida bungalow.
View towards the front door.
...there is talk of painting the fire place white. I am in full agreement!
Close up of the coffee table scape.
...benches are from perch.
Opposite view into the dining room. Love those plaster curves in bungalows.
J.A. sideboard to the immediate left of the front door. Do you not adore the touches of fuscia? Incredibly current.
(And, I must point out the Roy Barloga photograph of the fountain in Audubon Park where the couple was married. Beau and I have the same one in our bedroom!)
Up close of the textural chair and the orange side tablescape.
A peek into the adjoining dining room.
Another view....another shared feature of Chez Gimlet, that great chevron rug from West Elm!
I hope you enjoyed this mini house tour. If you have any sourcing questions, please email me, and I will try to get the answers you need. Next up? The new big girl room of my friends' three year old.
P.S. Thanks C and C for a wonderful visit! It was a perfect little junket.