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Bring It Home :: Warm & Inviting Living Space

August 19th, 2013

Ann Lowe's home in Mason | Fuji Files for Camille Styles

Everyday I pin interiors that are exquisite, inspiring and jaw droppingly gorgeous. But I have to admit, I wouldn’t feel comfortable kicking back with my feet up in most of them… you know I love all white everything, but sometimes a girl’s gotta eat pizza on the couch! While I love the look of an art gallery-like loft, I also aim to make my home a warm and inviting space, and I’d say this living room from Ann Lowe’s Mason home nails that balance between well-curated and comfortable. Keep reading to bring this look home…

Cozy home inspiration | Fuji Files for Camille Styles

wooden mobile – I’m a sucker for art museum gift shops, and I recently bought a mobile on my latest trip. It’s a unique way to draw your eye up, especially in an apartment that lacks in architectural features.

succulent sculptures – Everyone says you can’t kill a cactus, but if you’re like me you know anything’s possible. I’ve seen the demise of many plants (yes, even succulents) so these sculptures are just the ticket!

porcelain vase – Handcrafted pieces like this wabi sabi vase bring a homey element to a space.

kilim rug & wool rug – The only thing cozier than a soft rug beneath your feet? Two rugs, layered.

room spray – I’m a Mrs. Meyer’s junkie, so this room spray smells like home to me. What are your favorite home scents?

tweed pillows – As summer draws to a close, introduce a touch of fall into your space with tweed throw pillows.

basket – You can’t go wrong with natural textures like wood and straw.

copper chair – Ok, not the most inviting chair I’ve ever seen. But I couldn’t resist its warm copper color and aged patina.

*inspiration photo: Ann Lowe Design photographed by Molly Winters Photography  

Cristina

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17 Comments under :: Bring It Home :: Warm & Inviting Living Space
  1. There is something about a southwestern style rug on wood floors that just seems so homey! I have concrete floors (I live in a loft), and our southwestern rug gives our home so much more warmth! It also reminds us of our travels in the southwest (even if we bought it online).
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  2. Utterly loving the interior design of that living space http://www.allinasoiree.com

  3. The Office Stylist says:

    Loving the rug! It really ties the whole space together!

    –Sayeh, The Office Stylist

  4. Tess says:

    I adore Mrs. Meyers and love the candles, spray cleaner and soap in my favorite scents of lavender and geranium. Those tweed pillows are classics, and I spotted some that look just like these yesterday at Ikea for a terrific price.

  5. Anny says:

    interior design is like my passion and rugs are the most important part of interior design. I see that you have taken rug from http://www.theorientbazaar.com. what a coincidence i bought 3 rugs from that web-site. They are great!!! And perfect communication!!

  6. Classiq says:

    Such an inspiring room. And welcoming too due to the wooden elements and colour palette. And the rug is gorgeous! Actually, I love all the rugs in this post. :)
    Ada

  7. Capella says:

    Lovely post – thanks for introducing me to Ann Lowe. I would have no problem at all living in one of her spaces.

  8. Paige says:

    Any idea where the bar stools came from? Would be perfect in my soon-to-be-remodeled kitchen!

  9. syeh says:

    wow AMAZING =D

  10. […] Keep blankets close by, but out of sight. The living room shouldn’t look like an unmade bed. Instead, find a hidden space – whether behind the couch […]

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