Style Illuminated

Interior design tips and lighting ideas for today's home! Providing professional interior design advice, home decor ideas and inspiration.

  • Inspiring Bedrooms

    Traditional bedroom with classic metal bed and brown leather trunk at the foot

    The day after my hubby and I said “I do," we bought bedroom furniture.

    No more sleeping on his full size childhood bed!

    The problem is while my four-poster bed looked amazing in my first house with it’s vaulted bedroom ceiling, that same bed overpowers my current smaller bedroom.

    So I’ve been scouring photos for bedroom inspiration in the hopes that I can find a bed that truly fits my style and works in my space.

    Here are some favorites …

    Feminine bedroom featuring tufted headboard and bench at the foot of the bed and mirrored chests flanking the bed

    I love the stylish tufted headboard, mirrored side tables and comfy upholstered bench that all add up to one glam bedroom.

    Traditional bedroom design featuring an arched headboard with nailhead trim and a statement chandelier

    A colorful headboard is a fun look, especially with a white statement chandelier hanging above.

    Sophisticated bedroom design with a tufted, wingback headboard and mirrored nightstands

    One boldly patterned wall behind the bed creates drama and interest.

    A coastal-themed bedroom with a whitewashed wood bed, chest and side tables

    I do love a coastal look and this white washed furniture works perfectly with beachy blues.

    I’m not sure which direction my bedroom will take but I’m having fun dreaming.

    Image Source: The Picket Fence Projects; Lamps Plus

  • Versatile Kitchen Islands

    One of the most clever design solutions for small spaces are versatile and moveable kitchen islands. Taking up no more space than a few feet, a slender kitchen island adds storage and a work surface and doesn't require a permanent cabinet installation.

    In a kitchen that's not large enough to house an island of deep proportions, the moveable slender kitchen island is the perfect prep surface, providing a place to slice, dice, set and serve, benefiting the cook and expanding the versatility of the kitchen.

    Small turquoise kitchen island with shelf for storage


    A portable kitchen island can do double duty as a dining buffet or beverage cart. Tucked up against a wall, the slender piece of furniture is a handy spot to lay out appetizers and drinks or store cookbooks.


    Unfinished wood kitchen island doubling as a buffet

    Expand the storage of any pantry by tucking a small scale moveable island inside, one that can be brought out when hosting parties or for holiday baking sessions.

    Small portable kitchen island stored in pantry when not in use

    While intended for use in a kitchen, moveable islands and carts are in no way limited to that space. There's no rule that says kitchen islands have to be used solely for food purposes. Reinvent it as a home office and make one the perfect place to sit down on a stool with a laptop to catch up on emails or surf around online.

    A selection of small and movable kitchen islands from Lamps Plus

    Lamps Plus has a variety of movable islands and carts in varied styles and finishes, including these eight favorites.

    Pictured above you'll find:

    1) The industrial Cornwall kitchen cart in a metal and wood combination, 2) a white island with black granite countertop with storage galore available in four options.

    3) The compact black butcher block island tucks away anywhere; 4) the rustic Jaden natural island adds the warmth of aged wood.

    5) The Coolidge warm oak island with casters offers multiple hidden storage compartments and is available in several finishes while the 6) Sheffield is designed with two shelves for open storage.

    7) The smaller scale Cabin Creek Cart has a drop leaf surface, 8) the ebony Americana Island boasts classic curved details for added flair.


    Don't miss the Shop By Room galleries at Lamps Plus with even more inspiring kitchen ideas including lighting, layout, and finish inspiration from traditional to contemporary.


    image sources: house of turquoise; style at home; better homes & gardens

  • How to Measure a Lampshade and Select the Right Fitting

    Lampshades are an easy and inexpensive way to update your decor. But before you buy a new one - do you know how to measure a lampshade? How do you know what size shade to buy? And what the heck are all those different kinds of fittings?

    In this video the Lamps Plus experts provide a quick guide on measuring and fitting lampshades:

    Diagram of how to measure a lampshade

    You'll need 4 measurements from your current shade when shopping for a new shade:

    A. The top diameter

    B. The bottom diameter

    C. The vertical slant

    D. The vertical height

    Next, you need to decide on the type of shade fitting you need.

    There are three basic types of lampshade fittings: spider fittings, uno fittings, and clip-on fittings: 

    Spider Fittings:

    Spider fittings are the most common type of fitting for table and floor lamps and are used with harps. The harp attaches to the lamp base, and the spider fitting sits on top of the harp and is often secured with a finial that screws onto the top of the harp. Lamps often come with the correct harp included.

    Uno Fittings:

    Uno Fittings are used on smaller table lamps, bedside lamps, and swing-arm lamps. No harp is needed as an Uno fitting attaches directly to the lamp socket. Note: this type of shade is usually built into the design of the lamp, and is not always easily replaceable.

    Clip-on Fittings:

    Clip-on fittings are found on small accent lamps and chandeliers. The wire fitting simply clips directly onto the light bulb. Clip-on fittings are generally recommended with low-wattage bulbs.

    Now that you know how to measure a lampshade, get shopping! Lamps Plus has a large selection of lampshade styles and is a great place to start!

    If you have a lampshade sizing question that wasn't answered here, please leave it in the comments and we'll do our best to provide an answer.

  • An Interview with Lighting Designer Sergio Orozco

    Meet Sergio Orozco, an award winning furniture and lighting designer based in New York City whose designs are inspired by his international travel experiences.

    Recently we had the chance to interview him about the effect lighting has on our mood and how to select lighting for every room. 

    Turn-of-the-century bronze chandelier with a modern twist, featuring seven filament style bulbs

    The Theater Row Chandelier by Sergio Orozco

    In an interview you mentioned that lighting is the most powerful element of this century.

    Yes, lighting is the most powerful element in the world, the one that will last the longest in the trendy markets of the universe, as it has to do with life itself.


    What does lighting mean to you?

    Lighting means to me harmony, prosperity, luxury... it means the re-birth of our existence every day; it visually validates the gift of living.

    Nautical-style bronze wall sconce with vintage bulb

    The Seaport Wall Sconce by Sergio Orozco

    On many occasions you have defended lighting as the creator of moods.

    Lighting has a very close influence with our emotions/state of mind that is a subject in itself.

    Nature is the best source of inspiration, just embrace lighting in nature... just imagine a glorious sunset where all the senses are caressed by a soft and skin-tanning light, painting our habitat and ourselves in hues that are reminiscent of candle light, inviting us to relax and enjoy the moment, that is lighting at it best.

    In this sense, how does lighting help us to create different atmospheres and environments that reflect the mood in a home?

    The key is to light up your interiors properly, not like a showroom, not like commercial space, not like a museum but like a home and the secret is the “eye level” from where light emanates, creating a nest, a refuge where we human beings feel in harmony with their home, with their furnishings and with themselves.

    And, to what extent does lighting affect our mood?

    I can subdue a ferocious Bengal tiger just by using candle lighting (do not try this at home) and I can for sure upset Tibetan monks just by showering them with colossal amounts of lights that affect their senses and their emotions.

    We human beings relate to lighting in ways we do not even understand, light pollution should be a crime!!!

    Home lighting is not an indulgence but an art and a science. A well lit home is nirvana for us human beings as the essence of life begins with lighting.

    Retro chandelier in a bronze finish with filament-style light bulbs

    The Carnegie Chandelier by Sergio Orozco

    What kind of lighting is best suited for each room?

    As you transition from a standing posture to a seating and/or sleeping posture, the eye level of your home lighting should be lower. The lower the light source the more opaque the shade or glass diffusing the light source should be.

    Good lighting will allow you to create islands of light, wash walls, accent artifacts/furnishings, frame paintings, highlight the architecture and sculpture and paint your rooms with lighting.

    Lighting is like great music and delicious food; it must be soothing to your eyes and to your soul.

    Bronze chandelier with clear glass shades and filament-style light bulbsThe East Village Chandelier by Sergio Orozco

      It is impressive the awards you have achieved during your career:

    • Winner of the Interior Design ROSCOE Award for residential furniture
    • Winner of Roscoe Certificate for Outstanding Achievement in Product Design
    • Winner of the 11TH ARTS AWARD and first ever Product Designer of The Year

    What are the most important ingredients for a unique design?

    When designing, you must always think of the human being; it must begin with a desire to please the body, reward the senses and allow a hint of poetry and emotions... everything else will fall into place, unless you are designing for robots.

    The best award ever given to me as a designer is the privilege to light up the interiors and furnishings/landscapes of unknown people’s homes.

    Elegant silver chandelier with white shades

    The Sutton Place Chandelier by Sergio Orozco

     What elements are common in your designs?

    Timeless elements of art, design and architecture, a reverence for history… and a tablespoon of romance.

    Elegant chandelier with 5 shaded lights with curved accents in a silver finish

    The Madison Manor Chandelier by Sergio Orozco

     What do you have in mind when designing a product?

    Nothing, I try hard to have a blank page and an open mind... and as soon as the ideas star to take shape in my mind, I tango with them until they can dance on their own.

    Traditional colonial-style chandelier with five candelabra lights

    The Williamsburg Chandelier

     How is your creative process?

    Very solitary (very)... at least in the beginning... but the true fun of the process is the editing, the refinement and the struggle to leave it alone... you need to know when to stop or you will never finish it.

    To learn more about Sergio Orozco and his designs, please read these other posts from Lamps Plus' Style Illuminated blog:

    Meet Award-Winning Furniture & Lighting Designer Sergio Orozco

    An Insider Look at the Hong Kong Lighting Fair from Sergio Orozco

  • Layering with Lighting

    Layering lighting is one of the most important things you can do to make your space feel warm, cozy, complex and correct!

    If you are lucky you have some recessed lighting in your home that can serve to blanket the space with light when need be. But it is the accent lighting that really works in your favor to create the right, human feel. 

    A range of rooms that utilize different lighting, like floor and table lamps as well as chandeliers

    Floor Lamps

    Floor lamps serve many purposes. One, they actually function as a piece of furniture if you have a space that needs to be filled. They can cast light both down as well as up and are a perfect accessory piece to an oversized reading chair.

    When picking a floor lamp, decide on what you want to accomplish, whether its ambient light or direct task lighting, and then select your style from there.

    Table Lamps

    Table lamps and desk lighting are oh so important in any home space.

    Whether you need a task light on your desk or gorgeous, artistic table lamps flanking your credenza or buffet you can not go wrong incorporating some table top lighting into your home.

    The range of the light is not too large so these pieces really serve to accent a particular section of your space and create a moody feel. They are best utilized for evening get togethers with soft lighting.

    Ceiling Lights

    When I say ceiling lighting, I am encompassing everything from pendants to chandeliers, however I am not including flush mount lighting. After all in this post we are talking about layering light, and flush mounts function very similarly to recessed lighting.

    The ceiling fixtures I am talking about make a statement and cast light like nothing else can. Choosing a ceiling light can be a little overwhelming because there are so many options out there, but here are some tips to help you out.

    First, determine how much height you have. If you have lower ceilings stick to something that utilizes width vs length. If you have lots of room to work with, find a fixture that hangs dramatically and fills the open space with lots of volume.

    Second, make sure the scale is appropriate. Pair big light fixtures with big furniture pieces in a big room and vice versa with a small room. Every now and again you can get away with an amazingly over-sized piece in a smaller space, but its not likely. 

    Without layers of light, the interior design of a room will fall flat. Using these three types of lighting will guarantee your room is anything but!

    Image Source: My Domaine

  • LED Outdoor Lighting Can Be More Delightful with Layering

    Let's talk about LED outdoor lighting...

    An outdoor room deserves the same kind of design attention as any other room in your home.

    Layering is not a new concept. Whether you are putting together an outfit or your living room, a much-talked-about technique to achieve a sophisticated look is through smart layering.

    Using texture, pattern, and shine is almost essential to have a rich-looking wardrobe or home.

    Yet, our outdoor spaces used to be often overlooked as worthy of such a layering effort. Yes, it takes effort. But if you look at your patio, deck, yard, or porch as just another room in your home, you'll better be able to frame your design approach in a way that's more comfortable.

    I gathered a few outdoor rooms that showcase a few of my favorite LED outdoor lighting ideas.


    1. A chandelier can dress up any space, even an outdoor room.

    Using the space created by a generous layout of seating that's expanded around the central coffee table, allows the vertical space to open up.

    By lowering that chandelier, the lighting helps to create an intimate, yet open, conversation area.

    The chandelier. The Hubbardton Forge New Town chandelier is the drama in this outdoor space. With its dark smoke finish and seedy clear glass, it is definitely a light made for an time are gathering of nighttime conversation.

    This chandelier doesn't come with energy-efficient LED light bulbs,so make sure you put the perfect light bulbs in your online shopping basket.

    The wall light. Made by the same company who created the chandelier, this Sea Coast wall light in 18 3/4" tall. It has the same seedy glass and an opaque dark smoke finish.

    The company, Hubbardton Forge tests all of its outdoor fixtures so that they pass rigorous salt spray tests to replicate extreme weather conditions and UV exposures.

    The fountain. While it's not a bold player in this outdoor space, in real life the sound of the Asian Garden Tiered Fountain’s water flow along the faux stone and the LED light cluster at night are definite mood enhancers.

    An outdoor living room featuring an LED chandelier

    2. Layering with lighting doesn't stop at fixtures with light bulbs.

    Look at fireplaces and candles as ways to develop a lighting experience. If you have little ones, or are cautious about open flames, there are always battery and electric options for both. And they are just as charming and create that cozy atmosphere you are looking for.

    A traditional outdoor furniture grouping features both a chandelier and wall lights

    The chandelier. The Onyx Faux Stone Candle actually consists of faux candles arranged in a 30-inch wide configuration with an espresso-colored ironwork. A rich look that works for indoor and outdoor, it is suitable for damp locations.

    With any light fixture,like this that doesn't come with light bulbs, go ahead and take advantage of the LampsPlus.com online chat to find out the exact LED light bulb that works. Click the "Online Chat" button on any product page to start the conversation.

    The wall light. A perfect companion in this lighting layering scheme, the Franklin Iron Works wall light looks like a candle, but is made of onyx stone. Just like its layering partner chandelier, this 15-inch tall wall light can be used in outdoor and indoor spaces.

    The candle. In this outdoor room, an LED flameless candle works perfectly on the mantel, the table, or even on the coffee table. While there are several choices when it comes to a flameless candle, the Solare Collection’s pearl mosaic fits the earthy upscale vibe of this particular outdoor room.

    As a mom who has cats, I often use a grouping of flameless candles as part of a tablescape.


    3. Fire pits are unbelievably popular in many neighborhoods for good reason.

    They are easy to find, use, and move to wherever you want to create a little nighttime oasis. But why not use that firepit for a nomadic place-making element to a more refined place-made space.

    Sconces melt into the background, create a sensual mood and outdoor room atmosphere around this firepit.

    Adirondack chairs around a firepit

    The wall light. This bronze downlight from Franklin Iron Works could be perfect as path lighting or helping to create an intimate mood, like in this outdoor room example. The ADA compliant wall light is a natural textural joy with its slate and bronze combination.

    The fountain. The faux stone floor fountain has a two-tiered basin design with three small spouts that curve water from one tier to the next. Constructed from lightweight polyresin, the Mason Faux Stone fountain includes two halogen lightbulbs.

    The firepit. The all-weather black powdercoated Glendale Tuscan Slate Round Steel Outdoor Firepit has a deep 40-inch deep bowl and comes with a steel fire poker.


    4. I'm a fan of outdoor LED ceiling fans. (pun is definitely intended) 

    Just like sconces and chandelier, ceiling fans are often overlooked as chosen members of an outdoor lighting team.

    I've had an outdoor ceiling fan on both my porch and pergola for years, and I delight in the added visual texture and dimmable light every summer.

    A traditional outdoor dining room featuring an outdoor ceiling fan and wall lights

    The ceiling fan. Just like you wouldn’t settle on a chandelier, don’t just ‘it’ll do for now’ settle on a ceiling fan.Whether indoor or outdoor, the ceiling fan and the chandelier can both be true power statements in a light layering design.

    This Casa Largo ceiling fan has an oil-brushed bronze finish and dark walnut blades. Frosted white painted glass contains the lightbulbs. While it comes with CFL lightbulbs, I recommend trying out an LED option. Just ask the online help at LampsPlus.com for the perfect equivalent.

    The wall light. This LED outdoor wall light is called the Park View. The clear seedy glass has a diffuser inside to eliminate glare, and the light is framed in oil-rubbed bronze.

    The fountain. This 50-inch tall faux slate fountain has textured leaf edging and a bottom reservoir for a calm sound. Designed for placement inside or outside, the water pump and a 5-foot cord is included.

    What do you think about layering LED outdoor lighting? Share your ideas below in the comments. -T

    All images courtesy of Lamps Plus

  • Turn the Light on with Sconces

    Bronze wall sconce with frosted glass

    Today I'm turning the light on sconces - from what they are and how to use them, to upcoming trends.

    A sconce is a light fixture which attached directly to a wall instead of hanging from the ceiling or supporting itself with its own base.

    Transitional bathroom design with sconces on either side of the mirror

    Sconces can be placed in any room and provide both lighting and points of interest. The most popular placement is in the bathroom on each side of the mirror. This helps create even more lighting for grooming.

    Hollywood Regency hallway with black and white striped wallpaper and chrome sconces with black shades

    Sconces are generally placed 3/4 of the distance up the wall as measured from the floor to the ceiling.  So if your measurement is 8 feet, you would place your sconce at 6 feet.

    Trends in sconces include energy efficient and led style, while brushed steel and chrome continue to be popular finishes.

    With styles ranging from modern and transitional to industrial and country, there is something for every style at  Lamps Plus.

    So, now that you have all this new-found knowledge on sconces, how will you be using them in your home? Leave a comment below to let me know!

  • Outdoor Lighting & Curb Appeal

    Spanish-style entryway featuring both wall and pendant lighting

    Well-planned outdoor lighting is essential to curb appeal. The right combination of outdoor lighting fixtures highlights architecture and showcases landscaping, creating an appealing and welcoming sight to both passersby and guests alike.

    Besides being attractive, outdoor lighting fixtures provide light for security and safety purposes as they protect against intruders and falls.

    A combination of pathway, landscaping and entry way lighting is the recipe for a perfectly lit exterior with a lot of curb appeal.

    Pathway Lighting

    Outdoor path lighting is an excellent way to increase your home's curb appeal and it will make your home look welcoming and is important for safety reasons (no tripping and falling!)

    If you can't use hardwired lights, solar path lights are available, but they aren't as bright as their hard-wired brethren.

    Post lights are great for creating curb appeal as well. Place a pair at the end of your walkway near the street to create a visual gateway.

    For the energy conscious, both path and post lights come in LED versions as well. LED lights have come a long way from their cold, bluish light of the past. LED lights can now cast a soft, warm glow, which is exactly what you want for your outdoor lighting fixtures.

    LED outdoor lighting is fast becoming the light of choice for lighting designers and homeowners because of their long lives. LED bulbs generally last approximately 18,000 hours (about 18 years)!

    Selection of pathway and post lights from Lamps Plus

    1. 18-1/2" high Bronze LED Landscape Path Light  2. Casa Sorrento Bronze LED Post Light 

    3. Mission Hill LED Path Light

    4. Solar LED Garden Light, Set of 2 5. Hinkley Harbor Collection Bronze Low-Voltage Path Light

    Landscape Lighting

    Landscaping lights are used to showcase architecture and landscaping - two important components of curb appeal. Landscape lighting also comes in LED versions, a wise investment.

    A selection of landscape lighting including LEDs from Lamps Plus

    1. Eastham Bronze LED Landscape Flood Light  2. 9" High Bronze LED Spot Light 

    3. Bronze LED 35 degree Landscape Accent Light

    4. Hooded Low Voltage Bronze LED Landscape Spot Light  5.10 Degree LED Beach Spot Light

    Entrway

    The front door is the final ingredient in the recipe for perfect outdoor lighting and increased curb appeal. It is also your last chance to make a good impression (from the outside, at least.)

    A pair of stylish wall lights on either side of the front door and a pretty lantern above create a welcoming place to pause as your guests wait to cross the threshold into your home.

    Like the other two types of outdoor lighting fixtures, entry way lighting is important for safety and security reasons. You definitely want to be able to see who comes-a-knockin'!

    A selection of entryway lighting from Lamps Plus

    1. Hickory Point 12" High Outdoor Wall Light; Hickory Point 15" Wide LED Outdoor Ceiling Light

    2. Vintage Metal Cage Bronze Ceiling Light; Vintage Metal Cage Bronze Wall Light

    3. Rockford Collection Bronze Outdoor Hanging Light; Rockford Collection Bronze Outdoor Wall Sconce

    4. Mossoro Indoor/Outdoor Hanging Light; Mossoro Outdoor Wall Light

    5. Bowen Bronze Outdoor Pendant Light; Bowen Bronze Outdoor Wall Light

  • Mood Lighting & Dining Room Design

    A Bold Red Drum Shade as Dining Room Centerpiece

    Mood lighting in dining room design can be achieved in a multitude of ways, but I’m loving the  effect certain drum shade chandeliers have on these rooms.

    Images from Remodelista show that drum shades are as varied as people and that the basic cream shade is not the only game in town. Take red for instance!

    Simple and Clean Drum Shaped Lighting Fixtures

    Let’s start with the basics. The cream or white drum shade has become a classic in dining room design. It’s clean, minimal and always looks good.

    If you are unsure of what to do, try this style. You will be able to get a soft, even light with this color and can even use smaller versions in bathrooms and halls.

    A Variety of Neutral Colored Drum Ceiling Lights

    The drum shade can still be neutral even if you opt for a darker color or textured shade. As long as the balance of your decor reads somewhat monochromatic, you can experiment with the look of your lighting.

    I think you could create a more moody affect with a darker shade and reflective interior surface like the image on the lower left. 

    Multi-Textured Dining Room Drum Shade Lights

    New versions of the drum shade are popping up with fabulous sheer metal shades as well as glass and crystal detailing.

    The bedazzled mini pendant drum shade would look great in a tricked out closet or highly styled powder room if you had already filled your quota of drum shades in the dining room.

    A Variety of Drum Shade Shapes and Styles

    1. The Danube Crystal and White Shade Pendant Chandelier adds a touch of Hollywood glamour to the stylized dining room.

    2. Warmer toned dining rooms would pair beautifully with the Jeweled Golden Bronze Pendant Light.

    3. Keep your dining space timeless with the Mini Mulberry Desert Clay Tech Lighting Pendant Light.

    4. If you feel you can go bold, try the China Red Textured Silk Double Shade Swag Pendant.

    5. I love the modern lodge feel of the Hubbardton Forge Beacon Hall Chandelier.

    What do you think about drum shade chandeliers?

    Photos: Remodelista.

  • Decorating Around Bold Foliage Wallpaper Design

    Big, bold wallpaper design has made a comeback in a powerful way, especially embracing large scale, foliage prints in gorgeous hues and bright patterns.  

    Decorating around such a bold wallpaper can sometimes be a bit tricky, but with the right eye for editing it can be done thoughtfully and oh so chic.

    Take a look below at some colorful and smart room designs based around bold foliage wallpaper.

    Bold green foliage wallpaper design with classic rattan chairs

    This image from Completely Coastal captures perfectly the loud and proud nature of such a bold foliage wallpaper and plays to its strengths.  

    Classic outdoor chairs with a complimentary green cushion blend smartly, while a cluster of small brass frames give the wall extra depth without becoming distracting.

    This sitting room really lets the wallpaper do the talking while the furnishings give perfect support.

    Powder room featuring bold floral wallpaper design with birds and retro-style red and white vanity

    This powder room from Decor Pad is not for the faint of heart. Brightly multicolored foliage wallpaper with birds actually pairs nicely with the vintage accent rug and modern, asian inspired furniture and accents.  

    Making sure the hues are cohesive is key to not overwhelming the small space. Utilizing black and white accents tones down what could potentially be a color explosion gone wrong.

    Bedroom with bright yellow lamp and peacock blue wing back chair and palm frond wallpaper

    This gorgeous bedroom vignette from Alamodeus is an incredibly chic installation of foliage wallpaper with high design furnishings.  

    Because the wallpaper design is not too busy, adding in accent colors adds dimension and depth. A bright yellow table lamp and peacock colored wing back chair make this room really pop and shine.

    Bedroom with black and white vintage photo wallpaper on accent wall

    The more modern, minimal person will have to swoon over this image above from Design Love Fest. High ceilings, vintage furnishings and architectural details and one large wall of foliage photo art is all this room needs to be spectacular.

    Glamorous entryway featuring lush, large-scale green foliage wallpaper

    And last but not least, this glamorous, decadent entryway from The Decorista is over the top in all the best ways.

    The wallpaper is so bold and punchy that most accessories would fade behind it rather than stand up to it.  

    Adding in beautiful antiques in a rich gold tones and a showstopper crystal ceiling light makes a brilliant first impression into what I am sure is a quirky, beautiful home.

    Image Sources: Completely Coastal, Decor Pad, Alamodeus, Design Love Fest, The Decorista

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