so, i'm clearly so excited to move to virginia, begin a new adventure with my sweet husband & nest in our new home -- and while i'm in the throws of making that happen, i've been lucky to have some wonderful guest bloggers share rooms they love and the homes they've created -- today we have a queen from design blogging, victoria from sfgirlbythebay (!!) on t&f to share some rooms she's loving right now. she needs no further intro, but do swing by pinterest and here's a guest post on road trips i did for sfgirlbythebay!
Hi readers! It's Victoria from sfgirlbybay, popping in today to guest post on Tulips and Flight Suits. I love Mary's blog, so it's quite my honor to be here today. Mary asked if I might share some room decor that makes me swoon, one of my favorite pastimes...hunting for that perfect room...so I'm having fun picking out a few favs to show you. Here's what's currently making my heart sing.
I pretty much adore everything about this beautiful home. All the Scandinavian white, the simplicity, and that gorgeous pink rug. Oh, how I'd love to have that rug! (via light locations).
I'd love to have one room like this in my house. Those incredibly lovely white floors make a room so fresh looking! This may be minimalist, but it still feels interesting and warm to me, and I'd like to hide out here. (via digsdigs).
I love the contrasts in this room. The funky old black leather sofa combined with that feminine pink wallpaper make me very, very happy. So hip, but cozy, too. (via elli popp wallpaper via decor8).
I love this little dining nook. And it looks accessible and easy and affordable to recreate with some vintage and thrifted finds. (Kathy Dalwood via mydeco).
I dream of being brave enough to pull off a bedroom like this. It's so dramatic and stylish! I love the black wall, and love it especially to accent that great ceiling. Scrumptious! (via aubrey road).
I love a crisp white bathroom (I curse the hideous pink and baby blue bathroom tiles I am stuck with everyday!). This bathroom looks like a lovely spot for a leisurely soak after a long day at the keyboard blogging. (via hometown girl).
Well, there's a start. I'm afraid I could go on and on! Thanks so much to Mary for having me. I hope you enjoyed the post, I very much loved being here today. Cheers, Victoria