Friday, October 22, 2010

Have You Ever Heard of Bear Hill Interiors Before?

So I just discovered an interior design team called Bear Hill Interiors.  While I don't plan on hiring somebody to design any rooms for me in the near future, their work is truly inspirational.  While I have never actually had a post where I simply post pictures of somebody else's work before, I think you will all appreciate how design-crush-worthy their work is.

The first picture that drew my attention is this amazing foyer.  I just love the picture railing and the crown moulding, which really stands out against the wallpapered ceiling.  This fairly small room looks so much bigger and inviting don't you think?

The next image that caught my eye was this living room.  I just love how a huge rectangular room becomes a very inviting family area by creating a few different seating areas.  I love the easy comfort that it all has (if that description makes any sense) and that it just all seems to work without trying to hard.

The next image is simple but inspiring.  I think that using a simple white parsons desk as a nightstand in a guest bedroom, would be a terrific use of space for those of us who have limited space and want both!  I just love how it works, simply by being the same height as the other "nightstand."

While the warmer colors are not necessarily my thing, I just love this dining room buffet artwork display.  Everything looks so crisp and clean, yet it also looks warm and inviting.

Next up is this great pinkish bedroom.  Many of you might know that pink is my favorite color, but I love this room for so many other reasons!  I LOVE the disco ball hanging down in lieu of a chandelier, I love the classic Louis chair covered in what looks like patent leather, I love the very feminine patterned wallpaper that complements that beautiful draped headboard, and the zebra stripped rug that should clash, yet seems to tie it all in.  Such a great girl's room!

Now these kitchens really speak for themselves, but I just absolutely adore them both!

And last up from Bear Hill is a dreamy bathroom.  I just love the wallpapered ceiling!  And if somebody had told me a year ago that I would REALLY be loving wallpapered ceilings now, I would have laughed at them.

And my last picture is not from Bear Hill, but isn't this bathroom to DIE FOR!  I have never though of putting a bathtub INSIDE of the shower, but this combination is genius!  I can't image designing the bathroom of my dreams now and it not including a combo just like this!  What do you think?  Are your a tub-in-the-shower convert now too?

 I hope you liked my post of my inspirations!

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