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Happy Friday, all! It’s been a busy week on our end which left me with less time than usual to blog. Between PTA meetings, interior design projects at home and field trips with my little one,? I’ll have to keep today’s post short and sweet…

So far, two of my favorite design books of the fall are Nora Murphy’s Country House Style and Amanda Lindroth’s Island Hopping. They are both awesome, I wrote about them here and here. Amanda Lindroth’s book is a treasure trove of eye-candy with a whooping 25 projects (some of which never before published) all wrapped-up under one cover and it’s a real treat. This Great Cranberry Island home in particular caught my eye? and when I saw it on the cover of ID Boston Magazine Fall 2018 issue, I knew I had to show it to you! The living room pictured below is my favorite, so pretty and cozy, and very Tom Scheerer I might add which is never ever a bad thing ???

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Beautiful, isn’t it? ?Hand-printed fabrics, repurposed furniture pieces and great online finds were all that was needed to refresh an old (and famous) property. I think Lindroth is a genius at creating elegant-without-being-stuffy, fresh and cheerful spaces and, wherever she designs she imparts that unmistakable warmth of The Bahamas. Once again,?I’m packed and ready to move in! ???

Photography by Tria Giovan.?

xo,

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4 Comments

  1. Janet
    October 19, 2018 / 6:58 am

    So many interesting details!

    • Eva Contreras
      Author
      October 19, 2018 / 7:26 am

      Thanks, Janet! I’m glad you like today’s short tour. The details are what make rooms beautiful and Amanda has great fun mixing different materials and fabrics to wonderful results! xo

  2. Diana Bier
    October 19, 2018 / 11:02 am

    So pretty and fresh! I love the wood-look wallpaper and the patterned textiles. And Amanda’s choice of window treatments is lush! And you don’t have to have a home in the islands for this look to work–I could see these rooms in a condo in the city or a home in the suburbs!

    • Eva Contreras
      Author
      October 22, 2018 / 8:22 am

      Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a thoughtful comment, Diana! You’re absolutely right, a similar style works in so many different settings. I particularly like your idea of a condo done this way ?? xo