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ES9: Glam Living Room

ES9: Glam Living Room

Happy Friday! Today’s moodboard is all about the glam. Check out this sumptuous navy velvet sofa, cozy Mongolian sheepskin, pretty sconces, and delicate coffee tables. I love my hubs but if I lived alone, I’d be going all out girl glam in the living room. Some serious grown up cocktail could be served in here. Sheepskin, rug, and skull from Apple & Oak!

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ES8: floral sofa meets modern farmhouse

ES8: floral sofa meets modern farmhouse

Farmhouse + Floral Sofa  

Confession time: I find that I am drawn 99% of the time to solids on upholstery (there are many good reasons I do this, feel free to DM me if you want deets on this preference) so I wanted to challenge myself to incorporate a floral print sofa from Apple and Oak’s inventory. Here’s what I would do to make the sofa at home: don’t try to compete with the print; neutralize everything else! Creamy knits and linen upholstery, a cotton rug in blush tones, a cozy blanket, and a whitewashed plank wall complement the strong floral. Bring in wood tones to "talk to" the sofa frame. A great transitional oversized lantern in wrought iron crowns the space. So how do you think I did!? 

-Elizabeth

get the look:
blanket/throw on sale!
driftwood also available at Apple & Oak (in shop only)

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ES6: Uncommon Color Combo Dining Room

ES6: Uncommon Color Combo Dining Room

Dining Room Inspiration by Elizabeth Stanton 
An unexpected color combination is one of my favorite ways to infuse personality and character in a space. Peachy melon, olive green, and dusty blue work here for a couple of reasons. One: these colors are all in the same tonal family. Saturated colors like to be with other saturated colors. Muted colors work beautifully with other muted colors. Two: there is a balance of cool and warm tones. The blue, silver, minty green, and gray of the weathered wood are countered by the warmth of the peaches and pinks of the artwork, the copper mugs, and even the olive green rug. I hope these tips give you courage to create some uncommon color combinations in your own life, whether it be in your decor or wardrobe. Find the rug, green ceramic planter, and the bar cart Apple & Oak .

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dining table: http://www.americansignaturefurniture.com/product/item/dining-room/tables/farmhouse-top-tier-pedestal-table/1986387

copper mugs: coming soon to Apple & Oak 

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ES3: girl boss office

ES3: girl boss office

Girl Boss Office Inspiration by Elizabeth Stanton 

When it comes to making a home office, turn to what inspires you! Surround yourself with art that intrigues, plants for fresh oxygen, and functional pieces like this lucite wall calendar and gold waste basket, that are downright glamorous. Consider a bar height table so that when you are sick of sitting, the switch to standing is a cinch. Here, the age-old pattern of a Turkish rug reads like a neutral. Add color and sparkle and build a work life that you won’t need a vacation from! Find the stool, rug, lamp, sassy colorful pencils, and the amethyst moon art at Apple & Oak (hey, that's us)!

 

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