Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Simple and Curated

The post about Key Elements is exemplified in these shots of a living room by designer Kelly McGuill. ( Check out her blog: OSOD! ) She has brought nature indoors, has a quiet luxury feel, and is perfectly curated.  'Nuff said, just enjoy...






Oh, and do I see natural elements, neutral tones and saddle brown leather- LOVE.

How do you feel about the lack of window treatments?


Make the most of your day!

Nancy

Photos from Yankee Magazine

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15 comments:

  1. Loving the white walls with all the wood. Naked windows rule!

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  2. Love the simple style but I would have to add bamboo shades and possibly white linen curtains.

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  3. Kelly is local to me and I had the pleasure of meeting her in person and visiting her gorgeous house a few months ago. She's not only super talented, she's beautiful AND extremely nice.

    I love her use of scale. Look at how large the table and lamp are next to the leather sofa. I think that must break a rule but it works beautifully.

    It's nice to see so many people connecting with her work. I'm a huge fan!

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  4. Oh, my!! Thanks for the introduction, perfect mix of styles! I have the same windows and have never put any treatments up (15 years) and I love it! I was thinking I might be ready for a change, but this could make me think not!

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  5. I'm actually loving the simplicity of this, bare windows too.

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  6. I love these photos!!! I just love the wood and the wicker!

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  7. It's lovely! I love all the wood tones and the white walls. I feels so homey and inviting.

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  8. I love the simplicity of these rooms, but I don't know if I could forego curtains. I have a lovely little summer house in Rhode Island, a stone cottage but with very high ceilings on the first floor. I have not yet been able to budget curtains and I think it needs them. I guess it depends on the house and architecture.
    xo,
    Phyllis

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  9. beautiful!
    You know Nancy how much of a fan I am with curtain-less windows! Well, our home kinda made me one and because they are ginormous, I think it will cost a fortune putting curtains on them! So I accepted them as it is. :-)

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  10. I keep changing my mind on this one. I don't have a lot of window treatment in my home. Then I see a room with fantastic window treatment, and change my mind, again.

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  11. Love, love, love! I especially love the living area. I will have ot think about the lack of window treatments.
    Thank you for sharing this work.
    Happy Wednesday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  12. Beautiful! Love how each room feels at home but simply put together!

    Donna

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  13. I love these images. So clean, classic but doesn't feel 'old'.

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