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The Sunday Spy 8.26.18


We Spy With Our Designer Eye

Each Sunday we’ll share a design that caught our eye and we took some time to savor.  Designs that are a little different from the norm, like this one shared by dream-decor.  At first glance we see a striking entry to this home.  With a closer look we see all the details that make this home’s entrance so welcoming!

Ooooh…Here’s What I Love About This Interior Design!

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  • of course I like the black and white concept of this entry
  • next, the color combination of the perfect shade of dark blue mixed with our beloved B&W
  • oohlala…the repeating circle pattern in the glass fretwork
  • the arched transom, chunky moldings on the creamy stucco walls
  • instant no trip, Welcome “area rug” pattern in the tile walkway
  • simple, glossy black square pots are home to a pair of perfectly proportioned topiary
  • brass is back, baby and with a “B” (which is one of our favorite letters)
  • a pair of lanterns, not too big but just the right size
  • the mail slot just waiting for a special hand written note
  • nice reflection of the classic tile pattern in the brass door kick plate
  • ring the bell…it might even be a turn crank one!
  • can’t see the door handle – that might be the point of this classic design
  • all this perfect LBD (little black door) is missing is a big fat rusty tabby cat waiting for his owners to get home and let him in!

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4 thoughts on “The Sunday Spy 8.26.18”

  1. That’s such a welcoming set-up, Laurel – you just want to go straight into the door, under that lovely archway and the tiles are a beautiful alternative to a more mundane mat, Lxx

    1. We have same situation here. Thankfully there is so much we can do with potted plants!

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