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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  


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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).

  2. Utterly loving the interior design of that living space

  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 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. :)

  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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