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This Brooklyn Apartment Has the Prettiest Paint Colors

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Do you remember Elizabeth and Kyle’s pandemic wedding at home in Brooklyn? The couple had such a pretty apartment that lots of people requested a full home tour. So! Without further ado, here’s a peek inside…

DINING ROOM
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Paint color: Kensington Green by Benjamin Moore. Butterfly prints: Chairish. Map print: vintage, similar. Leather chair: vintage from Lodestone Home. Throw pillow: vintage, similar. Dining table: vintage from Craigslist. Dining chairs: Serena and Lily. Black floor lamp: Lamps Plus. Rug: Ballard Designs, similar.

On moving away: We actually moved out of this apartment in February. We’re expecting a baby and wanted to be closer to our families in Seattle. But we lived there for two and a half years and really loved it. We’ll miss the tin ceilings, the natural light, even the old radiators — every single morning they made huge banging noises. It was our alarm clock at 6:30 a.m.

On choosing paint: If you’re choosing paint colors, I recommend finding rooms that you love in design books, magazines and on Pinterest. Even if the homes are much grander than yours, it’s fun for inspiration. For our dining room, we chose Benjamin Moore’s Kensington Green.

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Black lamp: Lamps Plus. Record player: Crosley.

On blending styles: Our stuff is mostly hand-me-downs (like our sofa) and less expensive things that I found on Craigslist or Target. I found our French dining table on Craigslist. (I have luck when I search for specific keywords — ‘French antique dining table’ versus just ‘table.’) We have a mix of old, new, fancy, not-so-fancy. Then we splurged on pillows and window treatments to make the rooms feel special.

On homey activities: We bought a used record player last year and that was really fun. We don’t have many records yet, and the ones I picked up were in a dollar bin — our Beatles one gets a lot of play! And there’s always NPR on the radio, especially when we’re both working from home. We also play a lot of backgammon.

KITCHEN
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Brooklyn brownstone apartment tour Carroll Gardens

On cooking at home: We love to make a classic roast chicken — we just do good seasoning and a bed of vegetables underneath. My husband likes to make food that’s a process, like a potpie or pot roast. After work, chopping is a nice way to unwind.

LIVING ROOM

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Paint color: Benjamin Moore HC-29 Dunmore Cream. Sofa: vintage hand-me-down, similar. Blue lamp: Safaveih, similar. Chairs: Ballard Designs. Coffee table: Pottery Barn. Rug: Alexander Home, similar.

On needlepoint: My grandmother taught me to needlepoint when I was young, and now I’m always making coasters and pillows. It’s so relaxing, and you end up with something you actually want. I get the kits from Elizabeth Bradley.

Brooklyn brownstone apartment tour Carroll Gardens

Chandelier: Chairish.

On swapping things out: When we moved in, the living room had an ugly ceiling fan, which you could see from every point of the apartment — it was the major focal point. So, I swapped it out with an antique chandelier I found, which changed the feel of the whole room.

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Artwork: Target. Dresser: vintage from Craigslist.

On a mini makeover: We found this dresser on Craigslist. The previous owners had painted the top with thick black paint, but we stripped it and did an oil rub. We took it outside and did it ourselves. It was easier than I had expected.

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On TV shows: We’ve watched so much over the pandemic! I’m a big Jeopardy fan. I was so sad about Alex Trebek. I watch all the Bravo shows, which is a little embarrassing. We also love cooking shows — Chef’s Table, Mind of a Chef, all of them.

BEDROOM
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Paint color: Benjamin Moore HC-29 Dunmore Cream. Bedding: Roller Rabbit. Rug: Safavieh, similar. Round mirror: Target.

On pregnancy: We are so excited to welcome our baby this July. We got an envelope from our doctor saying the sex of our baby. It feels like a private moment, so my husband and I will open it at home together. There’s such build up, though — my parents are like, when are you going to open it?!

Brooklyn brownstone apartment tour Carroll Gardens

Cloud painting: vintage, similar. Wine and cheese print: Jamie Beck. Nightstand: Ikea.

On the wine and cheese poster: During lockdown last spring, photographer Jamie Beck did an ‘isolation creation’ series. She took a photograph every day, and she ended up doing 60. Each week, she came out with things that were more and more beautiful. I love following her life in France on Instagram.

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Paper flowers: John Derian, similar.

On nostalgia after a move: I miss everything already. Honestly, I loved how our neighborhood had everything within walking distance — the fish shop, the meat shop, the cheese shop. We’re still in an urban neighborhood, but it will take some adjustment to have to drive places. I’ll even miss the subway — my husband would laugh!

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Thank you so much, Elizabeth!

P.S. More home tours, including a Maine house with a view and a family’s dream home in Sacramento.

(Photos by Alpha Smoot for Cup of Jo.)

  1. Carolyn Sloss says...

    QUICK QUESTION – I’d love to know where Elizabeth purchased the side table in her living room as I didn’ t see a link for it. It’s EXACTLY what I am looking for!

    • EB says...

      Hi Carolyn! The rectangular table by the fireplace is an antique that I found on Chairish. The little round marble-top table is from Target!

  2. Judith Sentz says...

    Simply exquisite in every detail. I was so excited to see the rest of the apartment after having read about that gorgeous wedding. Welcome back to Seattle and thrilled to learn of your pregnancy. All the best and I hope to see you in the neighborhood one day soon!

    • EB says...

      Thanks Judy! Hope to see you soon! XO

  3. Ellen says...

    Truly, this is such a charming apartment! I love all the details.

  4. Cate says...

    These colors so distinctly remind me of “You’ve Got Mail” – love the coziness

  5. Emma says...

    I’m obsessed with your outfit! Could you tell us where you got your jeans and boots from? The Jason Wu sweater is such a beautiful color.

    • EB says...

      Thank you! My boots are from CrossWalk shoes and my jeans are J.Crew. :).

  6. Katie says...

    What a peaceful home!
    Elizabeth, would you share where your booties in the last photo are from? They’re so cute!

    • EB says...

      Hi there! My boots are from from Crosswalk Shoes (If you are NY based, I got them at Shoe Market in Williamsburg BK).

  7. Oh yes, I remember looking at the wedding photos and thinking they have a very beautiful and cozy apartment. All the details go together so well, but my favorite is definitely the square chandelier. How come I didn’t know this was a thing?

    I lived in Delft (the Netherlands) for a few years, so I can spot Delftware-like pieces a million miles away. That lamp is gorgeous!

    • Ser says...

      I’m from Delft, so this made me smile :) hugs from Holland!

  8. Amira says...

    I love it and want it, nice to see colors used!!

  9. Lisa says...

    This is so cheerful and inviting! This West Seattleite appreciates the Husky Deli bag in the kitchen (best spot for ice cream on a hot day!), and the ferry figurine in the living room. Welcome back to the PNW!

  10. Lauren E. says...

    Ummmmm are you KIDDING me?! This is one of the most gorgeous homes I’ve ever seen!!! Wow. Just wow.

  11. Maha says...

    I post lots of comments on here but they don’t show up. Any reason why?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Hi! We moderate comments so your comment won’t appear right away, but should appear within an hour or so!

  12. Maha says...

    Awww, this home tour is one of my favorite on the blog. How do you feel that both your wedding and apartment got featured on CoJ? We absolutely feel very lucky to get glimpses of your genuine intimate wedding and carefully curated apartment. And a question for Joanna, I have always been curious how do you conduct such interviews? Do you ask the guest to take pictures and talk about their favorite parts of their home or do you ask specific questions?

    Thank you, guys! I truly appreciate this community

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Thank you for your note! For house tours, here’s the basic process: First we scout lovely places through friends, Instagram, etc. Then we reach out to the homeowner and see if they’d be up for being featured. We typically schedule a photo shoot with one of our trusted photographers (or scout a photographer if the home isn’t in New York). Sometimes we will also hire a stylist, if we feel the shoot would benefit from that. We then attend the photo shoot during normal times (or email our art direction during COVID). After the shoot, we get the raw photos back and make “selects,” aka choose the shots we will use on the site. Then the photos are retouched for brightness, etc. Next we arrange a phone interview with the homeowner, usually for about an hour. I’ll ask all sorts of questions — from design to lifestyle to how the couple met! Then I’ll edit down the interview into bite-sized blurbs of the most compelling content. Then I’ll send a list of furnishings/items in each photo for the homeowner to credit — and we will look up the exact product links on our end or find similar items to link to. Then we upload everything into a draft post and arrange/edit, adding SEO-friendly keywords and tagging photos. And I’ll factcheck any final questions with the homeowner. Then we schedule the home tour into our editorial calendar and finally publish! Then we promote on social media. It’s a really fun process and we love getting to feature these beautiful homes!

    • EB says...

      Thank you so much, Maha! We feel so privileged to be featured on CoJ, and thankful for the beautiful community here. The comments on both our wedding and apartment have truly warmed our hearts. <3

  13. This is so beautiful. It’s calm, but not ordinary. She takes risks with the colors but pairs them so wonderfully that it’s all so balanced.

    I’ve been doing Elizabeth Bradley kneedlepoints since I was a little girl, so that made me so happy to see! She should forward the post to them. They would be thrilled.

  14. Miruska says...

    If she is not a designer, she should be. One of the most beautiful homes I have ever seen. So well curated, but comfortable. Things match but it’s not forced. respect!

  15. Diana K says...

    I loooooove colorful homes. Dakota Johnson revealed her legendary green kitchen on Arch Digest and I feel like there was a cultural moment where maximalism trumped bare white interiors. I’ve lived in a sage green apartment for decades. Recently painted my living room a frosty blue and my bedroom a dusty peach (almost exactly Anton’s room color) and I can’t imagine doing the white minimalist thing.

  16. AMK says...

    Amazing! Love this house tour. And ahhh Jamie Beck! Her IG page is my happy place. Her daughter’s daily adventures (looking for leaves and “meow” – soo soo beautiful, sweet, and warm). And her outfits and makeup glow – stunning!

  17. Liz says...

    I always love when things and people I love align – I too love Jamie Beck’s amazing photography and her Instagram! I have three pieces from isolation creation in my home – of course she popped up on a home tour on cup of jo! Nice when things are so consistent.

  18. SS says...

    Such a nice home! Congrats to the family and best wishes. Love the window shades. Can Elizabeth please share where she got them made?

    • EB says...

      Hi there! We had the shades made by Catec :).

    • Liz says...

      So pretty! I love old furniture with stories. Also, love that she does needlepoint! It is such a relaxing, fun hobby anytime, but especially during a pandemic.

    • LCD says...

      Wondering the same thing! What is catec though? I was just googling so hard and found nothing.

  19. Amy says...

    LOL’ing at the drawing model hand on the Kahlua!

  20. Maureen says...

    Love your apartment! Good luck in Seattle. Do you mind sharing where your
    headboard if from?

    • EB says...

      Thank you! The headboard is from Ballard Designs.

  21. Cynthia says...

    Oh my gosh! Her vintage dresser looks just like mine, except mine has two smaller drawers at the top and two large ones underneath, and it has matching wooden knobs instead of the metal pulls. It’s oak and has little wheels on the legs. I know mine is over 100 years old, because it came from my maternal grandmother’s family and my grandmother would be 133 years old if that were possible. I have the night stand to match, but it is not on wheels and the towel rack is missing. I also have the bowl and pitcher that goes with it, but they are not a matched set. My father stripped off the coats of paint and just rubbed it down and left it natural. My mom said that when they got tired of the furniture being one color, they got out the paint and painted it something different. I like the colors and the furniture in this apartment, because I like old things and always have.

  22. Elizabeth R. says...

    This apartment is just and dreamy as I thought. My Mom has Kinsington Green on her bookshelves and it is so good! Best wishes with your baby

  23. Emma says...

    Love love love this home tour. That bedding is my DREAM bedding. I’m devastated that it’s so unattainable.

  24. Blythe says...

    OMG! Congrats on your baby and move! My little one is a year and a half and we are close to family and it has been a saving grace! Pre pandemic, our family dropped off food and watched the baby so we could have dates. Now he stays with each set of grandparents for a weekend, giving us time to rest and recharge. Best of luck in your upcoming adventure!! xoxo

  25. Kathryn says...

    The love and care that went into this apartment is wonderful. I have started making paper flowers during the pandemic, and it is totally doable, and less scary than I imagined, plus it taps into all sorts of creativity that I have been having a hard time accessing over the past year! I highly recommend following Lynn Dolan (both of her accounts) on Instagram, she has some tutorials there!

  26. Lauren says...

    Beautiful apartment

    I really appreciate how Elizabeth looked back in time to find inspiration – though I would say that while she says looking at grander homes inspires her (previous) homes high ceilings, authentic moldings & original fireplaces are pretty grand in my book!

    (PS do we have info on the curtains? They add so much to the space but would be curious if they had them custom made, fabrics etc)

    • EB says...

      Hi Lauren! We had the shades made – the blue fabric is by Mulberry Home and the fabric for the shades in the bedroom is Colefax and Fowler :).

  27. Sarah says...

    Nice shout out to Husky Deli in West Seattle, whoop whoop!

  28. Claire says...

    I appreciate the deliberate warmth and gentle comfort of this home- the rich colors (sometimes the bedroom color looks apricot, sometimes more khaki/ bisque), wood, pretty fabric, windows enhanced with shades or curtains, and the furniture looks handsome and solid and welcoming. Love the chandelier too. Best of luck in your new home and congrats on baby!

  29. miranda says...

    so beautiful !

  30. Erin says...

    Gorgeous apartment, loved all the pops of color and the mix of vintage and new. I just came here to tell Kyle to get allllll that ‘process’ cooking out of his system now because boy, ain’t no parent of little kids got time for that!!

    • C says...

      Haha for real. Tho even cooking boxed mac and cheese feels like a real “process” to me these days. 💆🏼‍♀️

    • EB says...

      LOL! We definitely have our fair share of boxed Mac and cheese nights as well.

  31. Megan says...

    Quite possibly my favorite home tour ever on COJ!

  32. Sara says...

    I loved this home tour. The style is SO different from my own, but I appreciated its beauty nonetheless!
    And I found the perfect gift for my sister’s approaching birthday. The Jamie Beck print is gorgeous and was taken on my sister’s birthday last year!

  33. Maggie says...

    This is a lovely, inviting, bright home! Small rant about a small issue – ceiling fans feel great. We’ve been slowly fixing up the dated house we bought five years ago and it kills me that the inspirational posts/photos/shows always remove things that are actually useful/helpful: ceiling fans, bathroom medicine cabinets, upper kitchen cabinets, closet doors… That’s all – your chandelier is beautiful!

    • Kristy says...

      Yes! Especially as climate change makes summers hotter, ceiling fans can be literal lifesavers. Thanks for bringing this up, Maggie!

  34. Erin Dodson says...

    Yay Jamie Beck!! I left a comment in the “what should we discuss this year” post at the beginning of the year, but going to mention it again here for emphasis…PLEASE do a post (maybe a series?!) with her talking about her quarantine project, style, and just daily life in Provence! She’s amazingly talented and has the most perfect aesthetic. Her Instagram account has brought me so much joy this past year.

  35. JAK says...

    Oh, I loved spotting the Jaime Beck prints! I have Day 3 (the cheese/wine still-life) hanging up in my kitchen and it always makes me think of Julia Child and that there will be good days ahead. I love knowing that there are so many of us who have these prints in our homes, a little link to this moment and feels like we are part of a secret club of people with great taste in art. This tour of their home was wonderful, I even wrote down the paint shade from Benjamin Moore to store away for a day I have a home to paint, it’s perfect.

  36. janine says...

    Funny that the paint color has green in the name, to me it reads more blue than green! And I love all the found furniture. I still have a desk that I found on the street in Brooklyn – it was put on the curb RIGHT outside our apartment at the time with a sign saying ‘Free. Take me!’ I have no idea where the desk was originally from, but it’s SO STURDY. I still have it fifteen years and three moves later! I wish I knew who made it!

  37. Anna says...

    Beautiful, her home reminds me of a Nancy Meyers/Beth Rubino movie set :)

    • Lauren says...

      I’m not Elizabeth but if I was that would be the highest compliment. I’m not alone in wanting to live in a Nancy Meyers film!

  38. Caitlin L. says...

    So lovely! I adore the anti-trendiness of this apartment. It feels so pretty, personal and sophisticated. I’m inspired to start doing some Craigslist hunting of my own.

    Also, totally relate to her talking about missing NYC, I left in 2019 for Boston, right before the Pandemic essentially, and it’s been hard getting to know my new city. I know it will be great, but I am definitely homesick for New York. xx

    • Joanna says...

      Hi Caitlin! I also live in Boston. If you need a local friend, do let me know! I’m early a single in my early 30s and have a great group of ladies in the Boston area. It can be a really hard city to settle into if you don’t have a built in community. Any CoJ reader is a friend of mine!

  39. Lo says...

    I love everything about this beautiful apartment and am so happy to see it featured after their wedding post!

  40. Jessi says...

    I knew I recognized her house immediately from their beautiful Pandemic wedding several months ago!

    Also! Those paper flowers are from The Green Vase. John Derian sells them as well, just wanted you to have the link to her site :) http://www.thegreenvase.com

    • Jules says...

      Thank you for linking this! Love these!!

    • Elizabeth R. says...

      I came here to say the same thing about Little Green Vase! I love them. They may have linked to a more financially accesible option, but I am trying to save up for the original. John Derian has the most magical stores and showcases great artists like Little Green Vase. Plus, I met him once and he was very kind.

  41. Melissa says...

    This home tour was so much fun and inspiring to scroll through first thing this morning. What a lovely home and beautiful couple. I love how her design choices feel so her. Congratulations on your new sweet babe coming in July, and I know the best is yet to come for you three!

  42. Amy says...

    This apartment is so timeless! What a lovely tour and interview. Congratulations to sweet Elizabeth and Kyle. And may I suggest a side hustle as Craigslist hunters. I love your vintage pieces.

    Also, I completely agree with Shelly that this apartment was such a nice break from neutrals and more trendy styles, yet it didn’t feel old or fussy. Well done!

  43. Shannon says...

    Loved this! No midcentury modern furniture in sight. No offense to those who like it, but it really dominates the interior design landscape right now. Gorgeous dark woods and cozy fabrics. So inspiring!

  44. Amanda says...

    Love seeing Jamie Beck’s Isolation Creation series mentioned. I need to get my Day 64 poster framed. We’ve watched everyone of them built throughout this year.

  45. Michaela says...

    Husky Deli!!

  46. mimi says...

    I read the apt tour of Hollister & her sister, Porter & I’d love to hear an update on them. How did their business survive the pandemic? Did they start a new business? Are they still in NY? I was touched that they mention their mom and how she died. My mom, too died of colon cancer just the year after theirs and I was devastated for many years. I still cry on her birth day and her death day. We were very close.
    And thank you for doing Elizabeth’s NY lovely apt tour. I wish them the best for their sweet baby!

  47. Lola says...

    I’m in love with that chandelier!

    Driving in Seattle, oof. If you live in an urban neighborhood, the hassle and expense of car ownership may not be worth it–especially if light rail’s nearby. (So many more stops opening in the next 3 years!)

  48. The house is so gorgeous- the color palette and all the natural light just brings it all together.

  49. Martha says...

    You are much better at finding treasures on Craig’s List than I am. I like the Husky Deli bag in your kitchen. Welcome (back) to Seattle!

  50. Saya says...

    Thanks for your amazing work every day here Jo. I notice a typo where the caption for dining room is above the photo?

  51. CS says...

    Such a beautiful place! The dining room table and wall colour are so lovely (that kind of blue-green is one of my favourite colours.). Best of luck to them in their new place. I am sure it will be wonderful too!

  52. Adrienne says...

    Beautiful colors and home! Congratulations on your baby and welcome back to W Seattle – I recognize that HUSKY deli bag :)

    • Elizabeth says...

      We have already indulged in lots of Husky Flake :)!

  53. Sarah says...

    Love this space. It reminds me of one of the NY apartments in You’ve Got Mail!!

    • Kiana says...

      Oh yeah! It kind of does! Very pretty, soothing and adult apartment. Well done guys.

  54. Ingrid says...

    What a lovely home. Thank you for sharing your memories with us. I love the colors you chose as well as the antique furniture. Did you take it with you? On each of these posts someone always says it was their favorite. Well, I’ll be at least one of the people who say that this time. This is my favorite. Best of luck in your new place, and congratulations on the little one.

    • EB says...

      Thank you so much, that is so kind! We did take most things with us and hope to reuse those paint colors some day as well. ❤️

  55. cmg says...

    Love your blue sweater! Can you share where it’s from?

    • EB says...

      Thank you! It’s a favorite and it’s from Jason Wu.

  56. rachel simmons says...

    she is just a doll! their home is lovely, so classic yet cozy!

  57. Elizabeth says...

    I love, love, love this post! So much to check out. Best of luck to Elizabeth and Kyle on their new adventure in Seattle and new baby. And I was so pleased to see the needlepoint — I am never more relaxed and in the moment than with needlepoint in front of me to work on.

    • b says...

      Same here. I do embroidery, but the relaxation concept is the same.

  58. SN says...

    As a New Yorker with a toddler and a love for Seattle & beautiful interiors… this post was target bulls-eye. Show me your ways.

    Congrats — let’s get a follow up on the new Seattle home with the sweet baby, yes?!

  59. Amber says...

    I thought I spotted a Jamie Beck print in the first photo of the bedroom! We have Day 41 in our room and I also loved following along during lockdown.

  60. Christina says...

    What a lovely, layered apartment. I’m sad for them that they don’t live there anymore, though I completely understand why! Love the big mirror over the fireplace, and the antique furniture – they both have a great eye for a beautiful lived-in home.

  61. Carol says...

    I love their decorating style. So classic yet fresh!

  62. S says...

    What a perfect little gem of an apartment! I love the description of the neighborhood. I am not a city or apartment dweller, but this house tour makes me feel like I can step in the door, put my keys on the dresser and dinner supplies from the fish shop away in the light filled kitchen. Gorgeous! Best of luck in your new home and best wishes with your baby!

  63. Gabriela says...

    As soon as I saw the paint color in the lead photo I thought, “I wonder if it’s THAT apartment?!?” The whole space is beautiful; something about the footstool in front of the fireplace, in particular, made it feel so cozy and refined – of course you would want to be able to perch there!

  64. Alexandra says...

    I love everything about this apartment – from the wall color in the dining room to the well-arranged and curated mix of old and new. Very lovely and special. Thank you for sharing the apartment, and best of luck with the new baby, and in Seattle!

  65. Kristin says...

    SUCH a beautiful home! Lovely paint colors and a fabulous mix of old and new. Look forward to hopefully seeing your new place when you are settled. Congrats on the baby :)

  66. Caitlin says...

    To live in a big city with those craigslist treasures!! I’ve been trying to furnish my old farmhouse for 4 years, with used pieces. Anyone know of any secret spots in/around Rochester, NY? Looking for simple, good quality used furniture with character.
    This apartment is everything I’m going for! Peaceful, cozy and interesting to look at. Congrats on the baby Elizabeth and Kyle! Kudos to the photographer here…so many of these photos would make great prints!

  67. Marthe Fredheim Fjelldal says...

    Lovely apartment – but the booties in the last picture! Where are they from? :)

    • EB says...

      They are from Crosswalk Shoes (and I got them from Shoe Market in Williamsburg BK)!

  68. Jeanne says...

    I immediately recognized your Jamie Beck prints. That series kept me entertained during the lockdown portion. I love your choice of furniture and can’t wait to see what you do in Seattle (a place I’d love to move to)

  69. Seattle-ish says...

    They moved to my neck of the woods! I’d love a tour of their new home when they’re ready. NYC is soooooooooooooooooooooooo different from Seattle.

  70. Denise says...

    Interesting that the Kensington Green to my eye is robin’s egg blue and the cream is a peach color. The whole home is gorgeous though. I love the blue & peach colors. (green & cream, lol) I’m a big fan of colorful paint, it’s so full of personality and in this case light.

  71. emily says...

    Such a dreamy and eclectic apartment! I’m so inspired by the colors. Would love a source for the blue window treatments in the living area :)

    • EB says...

      Hi there! We had the shades made, but the fabric is Mulberry Home “Provence Flower” :).

  72. Catherine says...

    This is/was so beautiful! Congrats on your pregnancy, too. Maybe there will be an updated tour eventually.

  73. Edie says...

    For some reason I really enjoyed the fact that they no longer lived here. I felt like I was a guest within some of their warmest memories.

    • Sonja says...

      I came to say the same thing; I found it really moving. I don’t know them but I’m really rooting for them.

    • EB says...

      Thank you so much ❤️.

  74. Shelly says...

    So pretty! And a nice departure from the neutrals that are so dominant of late.