10.5.10

Light And Dark












I really liked the contrast of the white walls and these gorgeous dark floors. Most of all though I think I like the simple ease of this place.

No "look at me" decorations, just the things the owners love - which obviously consists mostly of books and LP's, I like it.

Images from here.

14 comments:

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh the last one with the bookcases please.

Hope the weekend went well, and off to a great start for the week!

Slab down on wed's for us, it's all happening!
xoxo

Kellie Collis said...

White and chocolate brown timber floors- magical! xxx

Tina said...

Love the first and last pics Jules, yes please!!! ~ Tina xx

Melinda said...

I love the Bentwood chairs! I want these or Kartell Louis Ghost chairs for my dining room.

Jeanne said...

Jules...there is nothing like dark wood floors. We had beautiful wide kauri wood floors in our home in New Zealand. They were almost black, deep and rich and they were spectacular. I think you are spot on with this post :)

Jeanne

PS..thanks for your comment!

Mariska Meijers said...

Beautiful, tranquil posting. I could never do that. Too much into clashes of the colours :)

shari @ little blue deer said...

Oooh, nice clean design here, Jules! Love it!

The Zhush said...

Love those bookcases in the last image! Stop by The Zhush for a fun giveaway!

Iva said...

love the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th!! :)

Diana Mieczan said...

I also love that contrast!!!White wall are my favourite!!!I adore the last photo...Just stunning :)
Kisses

A Perfect Gray said...

I enjoyed looking at those and the contrasts...

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Oh yes and the couch too! Love it :)

Amy R. said...

I wanted to paint my dining room white but hubby would not approve. I really like a white room.

heather jenkinson said...

That house is a real 'machine for living'. I think I may have just decided to go with dark floors - it's so much easier to design other peoples houses. When it comes to mine; god help me...

Hey, wrap your eyes around this - Elizabeth Maxson's work. Is she not crazy talented?! (She's also one of the most generous people I have met online - really worth checking her out). I've been thinking about doing my floors like hers http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabethmaxsonphotography/4258868652/

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