Neutral Interior

I absolutely adore this sweet little neat and neutral interior space in Manhattan which I discovered via one of my favourite websites - The Selby. It is a wonderful website dedicated to documenting ordinary people in their living spaces - most of which are quite extraordinary! I love browsing through the site and seeing how others live... especially those that live so well. This space is a particular favourite of mine. I love the white and wood theme which is carried throughout the space. The home belongs to Lyndsay and Fitzhugh who are both designers (obviously) although they each focus on a different sphere of design, namely jewellery and furniture respectively. Have a snoop and be sure to let me know which is your favourite element.

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neutral apartmentwhite and wood interiordog at homestarburst mirrorstump side tableswhite bedroomfarm style kitchen sinklemonwood detailcountry in the city kitchenexteriors There really is so much to love - the floor to ceiling bookshelves, the real wood stump side tables, the sweet little dog faces appearing all over, the amazing kitchen and the heavenly loft bed area.... I want it all! Maybe one day I'll get the chance to fulfill a long held dream of living in a New York apartment - even a few months would make me happy. Source: theselby.com Text: Kathryn Rossiter As the author of Becoming You, Kathryn is a mom of two, wife of nine (years that is!), Capetonian, book lover, chocoholic, francophile, magazine addict, prettiness magpie, amateur photographer, jewellery junkie, sometimes gardener, wannabe world traveller (on hold for now), terrible saver, reluctant chef, creative crafter, art film watcher, impatient driver, children’s book collector, list maker, saved by grace… She blogs to connect with the world and to remind herself of who she is aside from someone’s mom.