So, I have a confession. Sometimes I facebook creep. What's that you ask? It's when you look at facebook posts without commenting, liking, or otherwise making your presence known. Don't judge me. I don't mean to... it's just that sometimes something will show up in my news feed and despite the fact that I haven't spoken to the person in...oh let's say 10 years, I can't help but check it out. Like, for example, this morning when the beautiful wedding photos of a girl I went to highschool with turned up in my feed... I just couldn't resist. This girl and I, while both friendly individuals, were not close friends. To be honest, I don't know if we've ever even had a conversation. (Why are we facebook friends, you ask? Umm, why am I friends with the majority of my 655 friends? I am not that popular.) Am I alone in this??
Anyway, I have a point. Her pictures were stunningly beautiful. She got married in Mexico, on a beach (see, it's weird that I know this)... and my point... as I flipped through them, each one made me desperate for another travelling adventure. (Does this break my numero uno resolution?) Another chance to see a beautiful part of the world I've yet to see. Oh, and to publicly say: Jen, I snooped at your pictures. They are beautiful. Congrats on your beautiful wedding!
So today, rooms inspired by far away places full of character and beauty:
Let's start our world tour with Morocco, shall we?
I would love to go here. It's on my list. These rooms are full of spicy colors, interesting details, and bold patterns. All good things!
Now it's off to France...
classic, clean, simple and understated elegance. Ahhh.
And here: I can just picture this in a Parisian apartment. It's instantly cool and classic at the same time... something not easy to pull off.
Now we are off to Asia:
We love the mix of the intricate details, natural colors and bright accents.
This nursery was designed with Swedish influences. I think a lot of people now envision IKEA when they think of Sweden, but in actuality its all about the mix of bright, airy colors with natural woods. The combination of simple shapes and architectural features. I love this nursery.
And finally, let's take a Safari:
Natural colors, wood tones and plants. A natural oasis that encourages dreams of big game.
Another take on the safari room... similarly designed with natural woods and textures. The addition of the play teepee is wonderful... Somewhere to let the imagination run free.