simply chic.
by victoria comment

12/19/17

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

sometimes it’s just as much what you take away, as what you add to make a room chic. it’s an understated look you want — that old theory applies to decorating just like it does when you look in the mirror before heading out for the evening: it’s always best to remove one thing from your ensemble. at least that’s what they say and i follow it pretty religiously. i’m trying to be more spare with my decorating these days, too so i found these rooms to be simply chic without overdoing it. but when you do add something it should be an eye-catching, iconic piece — a wonderful vintage lamp or shapely chair — some great artwork for sure. have a look and see what i mean.

simply chic lighting fixtures / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors and artwork / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

simply chic vintage chairs / sfgirlbybay

simply chic bedroom / sfgirlbybay

simply chic desk/ sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

simply chic interiors / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: bernard dubois; apartment34; John Derian’s Cape Cod Home; finn juhl via april and may; coveteur; overgaard and dyrman wire dining chair; @kbergart; april and may; jonas ingerstedt photography; cult of tomorrow; lsl architects; zainteriora; in bed store; remodelista; nicole franzen photography; micasa; christoffer regild.

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2 responses to “simply chic.”

  1. I find that a room becomes ultra chic when a cohesive decor compliments the period style. In other words, the decor dresses the architecture of the home. Neither are competing all while providing an inviting environment that says home. The images shown here capture this sweet.

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