This bedroom interior, designed by Ames Ingham
and featured in Elle Decor, mixes contemporary design and comforting neutrals.
You can practically smell the fresh linen.
Beige is anything but boring in this sumptuous
Pacific Heights residence by Martha Angus, Inc.
We love the retro mod light fixture
paired with neutral chairs.
Ornate furniture mixed with neutral
natural fibers is charmingly unexpected.
When neutrals are paired with graphic zebra print
and heavy metals, the result is Art Deco decadent
in this vignette from Lee Calicchio Antiques.
I suddenly am craving a gin martini.
In this 2001 Martha Angus Showcase Room,
the natural wood-hewn bench exudes rustic
charm alongside minimalist prints.
The result: one covetable living space.
Design by Poul Kjaerholm, 1963
Stainless steel base and marble or granite top.
Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen, available at Hive Modern.
By adding the natural solid-wood ring,
the table goes from seating 6 to about 12.
We love the accompanying sleek storage rack too.
This elegant headboard from West Elm is made from jute,
a durable natural fiber, and accented with bronze-finished nailheads.
Now that’s organic chic.
These 20th Century French armchairs,
with bleached beige upholstery and carved wood details,
definitely make our Lust List.