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February 21, 2010

Random prettiness

Some pretty rooms for your Monday, starting with some lovely Belgian–inspired dining rooms. First is this simple but elegant room done in neutrals. Isn’t the wood ceiling beautiful??

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Love the steely blue walls and chairs in this dining room.

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Look, it’s another dining room!! ;-) Love the arched doors… in fact, have you noticed that all three of these dining rooms have arches??

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How would you like to whip up a meal or two in this beautiful kitchen…

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Love the dark chocolatey brown walls with the contrasting white trim.

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I could soak in this tub for a few hours :-)

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The stone walls, the arched windows, the mirrored console, the soft blues… love it!!

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Hope you have a Monday filled with pretty things :-)

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21 comments:

Annie@A View On Design said...

well I love all these rooms too, but that choc walled room is fabulous - just divine!

qerat said...

That white bathroom is just amazing
you would want to stay there for hours :)

mbkatc230 said...

These are all just beautiful. The last room just makes me sigh. But seeing that kitchen reminds me that we forgot a major element when we remodeled ours - a fireplace! I would never leave that kitchen, it's gorgeous. Kathy

Carolyn said...

They are all so pretty!

Carolyn

Francine Gardner said...

These are really fabulous dining room, i especially like the steel grays wall. it gives the room a more vibrant modern twist.

Photography Art Store said...

I would love to soak in that tub too! And what about that great fireplace mantle behind the tub?! Brilliant!
Karen

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love that first dining room! It looks like a comfortable room to linger in even after the meal.

Gayle said...

Thanks for starting out my Monday with pretty things to look at!

I was gazing at the kitchen and daydreaming about it being mine, when I thought...where's the refrigerator?! I guess my tiny kitchen isn't so bad. At least I don't have to walk far to get from the refrigerator to the sink to the oven! Have a great Monday, Kelly!

Sarah @ Dream In Domestic said...

The kitchen with the curved ceiling is spectacular! It's grand, yet it feels cozy, warm, and inviting. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing these beautiful rooms!

Kathysue said...

Kelley these are all lovely rooms to look at. The third one caught my eye because of the curtains blowing in the breeze. I love a room where the fabric is light and airy and the breeze can move it gently. Love it!! Thank you for stopping by my post today,glad you like my frigescaping, it really is easy to do and to keep this way as long as the other people you live with don't touch it,hehe!!

Christy said...

So gorgeous. That wood ceiling in the first one is just to die for! Hope you have a great day too!!

Sara Baldwin said...

Love that first wooden ceiling, love the entire room! Can we meet there next week?

Maria Killam said...

Hey, these are the french blues I'm going to be writing about next, I'll be sure to link to your post when I borrow an image or two from this one!!
Awesome post Kelly!
Maria

AB HOME Interiors said...

Fabulous eye candy!

Struggler said...

So, these rooms all seem firmly rooted in the traditional style, without being fussy. They also have a definite sense of calm about them and most look as though they belong in the countryside rather than the city. How did I do?

Ruthie's Renewed Treasures said...

Chocolate room is definitely my favorite! Then again, chocolate is the key word here.

Ideezine said...

This is a beautiful post filled with delights!

Bette

Janis@White Alder[Home] said...

What an AMAZING kitchen, fantastic ceiling!!! Oh, I could soak for hours in that tub......

Brillante Home Decor said...

Gorgeous pictures of elegant, refined interiors. Loved the post.Ciao!

"Yeah, that works..!" said...

Beautiful stuff! I recently discovered a blog called Belgian Pearls and instantly fell in love with the Belgian style!

Rachel said...

i just made an interesting discovery about brown with light trim. i used to have white trim against my chocolate brown bathroom walls. it felt too stark, so i changed the trim to a creamier beige color. the transition feels much smoother and i really like the look. i'm starting to think- gray/black with white, brown with cream. anyone else feel that way?

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