Starting out in the interior design world has some amazing side effects! For one, as I’m trying to define my style, I keep my eyes peeled to anything and everything that moves on Pinterest and Instagram. Discovering interior designers whose work I can relate to, and feel inspired by, is part of the learning curve. So last week, as I was doing some research for a project, I came across the work of a boutique design firm, Willard and Palmer Design, based in Chevy Chase, MD. There was a LOT in their portfolio that I liked so I thought I’d share with you some of their goodness. Because I’m nice that way 🙂
Now, I know I say this a lot but there’s just so much I love about this breakfast nook! From the neutral palette to the black iron windows, the botanical prints, tufted window seat, that sconce… and of course, the view!
I could spend all of my mornings in here.
Open shelving with interesting curves for a sophisticated farmhouse look.
And how gorgeous is that antiqued mirror + console!?!
Above, a reading corner by the stairs. If I would be the owner, this would be my favorite spot in the entire house! OK, maybe I’d change a bit the pillows and the upholstery, but still… Armless chairs work so well in corners and spots where space is an issue. Plus it keeps the view open.
I wouldn’t change anything in here, though!
It’s all in the details!
Cheerful mix of patterns.
Check out this pretty floral fabric!
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of http://www.willardandpalmerdesign.com . Have a great week! xoxo,