Alot of the furniture looked like pieces I’ve seen at Restoration Hardware but you could check with IBB Design because they have an entire warehouse of furnishings.
The gorgeous chandy above is from Adair Cunningham in Mississippi. Adair handcrafts each chandelier according to the size of your table, room, ceiling details, etc.. All of her work is unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. Each custom design is built and finished by hand. Her pricing is very competitive and she has alot of gorgeous lighting. Available only to the trade, but if you’d like a quote or more pics of her samples, email me!
Another example of Adair’s custom work in a large open space:Do some of you remember way back , when I said I was working on a “Fish Camp”project? Well, Adair created some beautiful lighting for the Fish Camp. Can you believe I still don’t have new pics of Fish Camp, to reveal? I haven’t been there to take new pics. I’m hoping to get over to Mississippi this Spring and then I’ll have those pics to share finally. If you want to know what the “Fish Camp” project was, you can read about it HERE.
When working with a monochromatic color scheme, it is SO important to have alot of varying textures within the room, along with varying tones of fabrics.
LOVE the art burlap pieces:
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Sweet bench with nailhead detail. Great use of space in this small niche.
Walking into the family room,
Noticed the bleached wood ducks in flight?
(again, click to enlarge any pic, if you really want good details!)
Love the antiqued mirrors. Great way to add light to an interior wall.
The breakfast room has charming French Bistro chairs in a weathery grey finish.
Not sure where the designers found these chairs, because they have a great “kid friendly” laminated cushion. However, you can find similar bistro chairs at Restoration Hardware, or World Market. You can compare pricing of each by going to
or go to Restoration Hardware’s version HERE.
If you’re looking for the laminated ones they used, contact IBB DESIGN.
Again, you could easily create the same thing by cutting linen mats, then stenciling a design in black on the mats. If you’re cooking a romantic Valentine’s dinner, why not draw something romantic onto the placemats, and surprise your honey?
Notice they have the burlap curtains in this room as well.
The panels are lined because of the west sun that will come into this room. Even with today’s energy efficient windows, it’s a good idea to line curtains that face the sun. If not, the sun will eventually fade the burlap and make it brittle.
Onward to the guest bedroom. Layers of linen create a soothing retreat for your guests:
I love the burlap trunks for the nightstand, available at IBB DESIGN .
I really love this linen fabric with the bird scene. I’ll have to email the Designer and find out the resource for yall. She used it in the guest bathroom for the shower curtain as well:
Oh so cute dog prints:
Click on them to enlarge, they’re precious.
The mirrors look similar to the ones I found at Crate & Barrel for Rene’s Redo:
Over in the bay window of the master retreat, they used an off white nubby linen for the curtain panels:
Loved this lamp, but again the pictures don’t do this color scheme or accessories justice. The antiqued mirror base of the lamp gave it a vintage glam look.
On the next post, I’ll feature the upstairs rooms. Hope you’ll check back for the rest of this gorgeous model home.
I have a feeling this major cold blast around the USA will create many babies 9 mths from now! Snuggle with someone you love…..
Please contact me HERE if you’d like to order custom linen window treatments. You don’t have to live in Austin either. Simple window treatment panels can be drop shipped directly to your house. Let me know if you’re interested and I can send you instructions on measuring, pricing & turnaround time.
All the best,