N.E.E.T. Finds for Your Nest.

Stephanie from N.E.E.T. here! Today’s N.E.E.T. Finds for Your Nest is the first in a new ‘Lookbook’ series, showcasing stylish spaces from around the globe – and how you can get inspired by them! First up is the living room of Linda and John Meyers from Portland, Maine. Working together as Wary Meyers, the design duo are involved in everything creative from interior design to thrifting to writing. Perfectly retro, the living room features turquoise walls, a bold choice of sofa, and added texture with wallpaper and vintage cushions.

Clockwise from top right: Bargello Pillows from $120 Jonathan Adler; Petrie Apartment Sofa in ‘Chive’ $1599 Crate & Barrel; Mid century Ashtray $21 The Vintageholic Frog; Feather Wallpaper €67.50 Ferm Living; Abstract Painting $40 Veruca Mia; Kartell Pendant Lamp $293 Velocity; Paint in ‘Emerald City’ Mythic Paint.

8 Responses to “N.E.E.T. Finds for Your Nest.”
  1. Beth says:

    How cool is this – a peek inside a home in my neck of the woods! I love the bright colors and boho chic style.

  2. Were they featured in Domino once? I seem to recall this shot and remember thinking it was very fun and cool. Thanks for breaking down the room elements! Love the pillows!

  3. Anna @ D16 says:

    Linda and John are my thrifiting/decor/design/DIY idols. They’re incredibly nice, too!

    Make sure you check out their blog—it’s a treasure trove of amazing finds:

  4. Tammy says:

    The combination of the colors… so perfect
    and the pillows, they just make me happy


  5. Jesse Lu says:

    Oooh I love that living room! What a great collection of treasures it inspired. :)

  6. pamela says:

    Love this post. It’s always fun to peruse your site for inspiration. I recently launched my own design blog of the South and I love to have sites like yours to learn from. And it doesn’t hurt that SF is one of my favorite cities that I try to visit often…if I can! Thanks again for sharing your lovely work…


  7. Wow, I want to live in that house. It makes me want o put more effort into my own home– inspiring indeed!

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