Today we are showing off the lovely design from Ann Ueno who blogs at House and Host (not to be missed!). Check out her space and what she has to say about her design process:
Entryway – I LOVE wall galleries and the inspiration for this space was to be inviting, attention-grabbing supported by stories. This gallery features all of my own personal photography (great way to create cheap art) of places my husband and I have traveled, combined with smaller accent pieces that welcome people into our home. Our last name initial. The ‘chateau’ sign from Anthropologie. Small trio mirror (of course, you always need some mirror in entryway to apply lipstick, right?).
Dining – the next two shots are our dining area. The main asset here is the table. I was very inspired by one of my favorite authors, Shauna Neiquist and the importance of hospitality, hosting and feeding friends and family alike. In order to do that, you have to have enough space and a welcoming space. So when I saw this amazing farmhouse table, which was relatively inexpensive and plus when I bought it, it was on sale (from Restoration Hardware). The moments and memories we have had around this table will forever be stamped on my heart. There already stains and spills and I love it. It’s the way it’s supposed to be. Imperfect, with incredible stories shared. (the chairs are Z Gallerie and I always get asked where they are from!!)
Master BR – since becoming married, a challenge I face is trying to make sure our house isn’t TOO girly. Of course, some areas still are. But, I really tried to ensure our master bedroom had a balance of masculinity and femininity. And the inspiration was from a hotel room. My husband and I are both in the hotel business so that was my vision. Dark navy walls, personal artwork and photography in the form of a gallery, clean white linens. It works perfectly for us and I do think it creates a nice balance and a personal touch with our hotel backgrounds.
Last – just a fun styled shot of our living room coffee table. I change this often so no big story here, other than taking cues from blogs and Pinterest on how to style a coffee table!
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