Revisiting Elizabeth Bauer Designs

A few years ago I featured the interiors of NYC based Elizabeth Bauer Designs. I went back and looked at this post, turns out I'm still a big fan of Elizabeth's work. So, it's no surprise that I adore this recent feature over on One King's Lane of Elizabeth's Nantucket cottage. From the beautiful linen window treatments to the brass sconces and nautical touches throughout this cozy, chic home- every last detail oozes style and charm.

Favorites include the Hunt Slonem rabbit painting and the Katie Ridder sailboat wallpaper, both seen below. Elegant but casual, Elizabeth's home's a perfect seaside retreat.


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Wintry Wishlist

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Winter's my least favorite season. I'm trying to embrace it best I can...for me that means nesting with a focus on warm and cozy. You might say I'm in hibernation mode right now. Fuzzy warm thoughts (and things) are high on my wish list. Touches of green, copper and faux fur - all catching my eye. Some other fun finds include this chic desk calendar, amazing malachite flatware and this sweet little marble catchall.  Only 62 more days until spring! : /


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Home Tour: Cheerful Charm In Austin

I stumbled upon this family friendly Austin bungalow, featured in Lonny Magazine. Designed by Meg Lonergan for Texas based stationery designer Megan Davis, it's a chic mix of antique pieces and more modern finds.

Especially inspiring are the fabric headboards in two of the bedrooms. Using graphic and colorful prints in an otherwise neutral bedroom is a great way to make a statement and create a visually pleasing focal point.


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Divine Details: Wallpaper For The Powder Bathrrom

Hello Zhush readers! It's Katy from Designs By Katy back with another Divine Detail. This detail may be a little bigger than others, but today I'm talking about the powder bath. It's an opportunity to go really bold with your interior and it's currently next on my to-do list. What's my favorite thing to add? A bold wallcovering. Since the space is small, why not make a dramatic statement? Take a look:


Did you catch Sue's powder bath? I know she agrees, a small space is a great opportunity to take a big risk! Don't forget to come visit me at my interiors blog, DBK. Thanks so much for having me, Sue! Happy designing.

katy zhush
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