Spotlight On House Of Jade Interiors
Today I’m treating your eyeballs to the work of House Of Jade Interiors–a design firm based in Utah which I stumbled upon through instagram (where else no question mark).
Owners Kirsten and Erin are real life BFFs turned design business partners. Interior design, itself, requires a unique kind of tact. That these ladies can rock that whole situation and successfully merge a friendship with a business relationship–I mean, I’d say anyone that’s benefitting from their services is in capable hands.
White, clean lines are at the heart of their portfolio (you knew that already, didn’t you?). Punctuating that backdrop are really beautiful fabrics, cheery injections of pattern and color, and that slight rustic edge.
I had just about the hardest time whittling down images to post here from H of Js portfolio, and I’m sorry (not) to say I was fairly unsuccessful in doing so because they’re all so terribly delightful.
Like how about this little girl’s bedroom? Isn’t that the soft, coral headboard every good little girl deserves?
Happening above: a real hunk of a trunk, and below: the most darling craft room this side of the [geographical line].
If you coffee with a hint of nautical, Jade’s happy to top you off.
Their specialty just might be marrying modern farmhouse with nautical, in fact. Or with anything else for that matter.
I take it back. The House does small humans’ spaces with an undeniable panache. Side note: if you haven’t seen the Grand Budapest Hotel you really must.
I’d like to pretend this is my favorite place to while away a rainy day; reading, doing puzzles, contemplating the glory of all white walls and paneling.
And just as soon, I’m convinced of the fabulousness of walls in the matte black variety.
These two images, top and bottom are sort of the essence of the modern farmhouse, and I must give the Lady’s Jade props for the washing station happening in that entryway of theirs.
Call me basic, if you please. But give me a white bath with marble accents and stupidly lovely gold fixtures and I will attend to my hygiene with a rigor previously thought impossible.
I’m going to say it: the decision to cover the backs of these bookcases in a light green grasscloth was nothing short of denim.
That they’re the most cutely styled shelves doesn’t hurt either.
Somewhat late into childhood I painted my own bedroom a pale pink, and maybe it’s for that reason, well that and the fact that the color I choose was never quite what I wanted it to be, that this nursery calls to me so.
Finally, a very Live Simply approved office space.
K, I’m in Chicago now so byeeee.
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Annie Traurig was born with the ability to see order through clutter. As a child, she spent playdates organizing friends’ closets and packing their duffle bags for summer camp.
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