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Interior design by MILIEU editor Pamela Pierce inspired by French, Swedish, Belgian, European, Gustavian, Scandinavian antiques, modern art, minimal, feminine, romantic, timeless, tranquil, farmhouse style and elegant traditional decor, reclaimed stone floors, biots, white roses, linen, slipcovers, ruffles, skirted tables, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, cremone bolts, steel windows and doors, rustic wood, white, neutrals, French country, Chateau Domingue, oversize sconces, and chandeliers.
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Check out the closet door–that’s something you don’t see everyday. The original wood floors, white walls, and detailed moulding make for a really nice space. They’ve combined furnishings and clearly they’re both into neutrals and comfort. The large floor lamp is a statement piece along with the distressed coffee table. Even though each piece in here is a different style, it all works together because of the the neutral colors and proper use of scale.
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It’s no secret that I love color. But sometimes a girl just needs to get back to basics and run with a good neutral. You know what I mean? I hope so! Because I’ve rounded up a handful of my favorite interiors heavy on the neutrals side that are anything but ordinary. Who’s with me? …
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