Welcome to Friday. Today is going to be a good day for many reasons I’m sure, not the least of which is that you’re about to soak up the glory of Carter Kay Interiors. Call this the unofficial beach house spotlight summer on LS; I can’t help but be continually swept away by coastal interiors. Perhaps it’s a latent rebellion from working inside while outside has gone and hatched the most sublime summer days. Regardless, the streak continues, and I can’t begin to imagine you’ll be disappointed by that fact post-today’s post.
By way of a starting point: a most lovely matte blackish-grayish-blueish storage hutch filled with glass and silver serveware. Do you see those miniature goblets on the right?
Talk about a sight; these steel windows have my heart all a-pitter-pattering.
Below, C K drifts closer towards the earthen realm.
One can’t help but feel transported to some Mediterranean sea-side abode. Is it the prevalence of white? The deliberately aged pottery? Who could say for certain.
What is certain is the matter of white-washed wood walls. Courtesy of Carter Kay, the conclusion is a resounding: yes.
Next, C. Kay tries her darndest to trick us into thinking this is some exquisite Spanish villa.
I, for one, think she pulls off the con quite successfully.
Now, behold the kitchen bar. That’s right, just your average drink station.
Which, naturally, belongs to this:
And if that doesn’t have you packing your bags, try this:
Enjoy your weekends, sharpen your pencils, and try to avoid picking your split ends, I hear it’s bad. Bye!