Things We Love: Honeycomb Shapes

Nate Berkus
When it comes to — well, pretty much everything — there’s no arguing that nature does it best.
House Beautiful
Circle, square, rectangle diamond… Of all the shapes that our natural mother lent, we think we just might like the honeycomb the best.
Coastal Living
Whether a subdued backdrop,
Mary McDonald
Or a beyond bold statement,
Sandra Morgan
Honeycomb adds a geometric punch that’s both classic and modern all at the same time.
Joakim Blockstrom Photography
This stunning wall of doors is the perfect way to create privacy between a bedroom and bath. But a boring row of door after door would fade into the background. These mirrored, honeycomb pairs add so much style.
Marcus Design
Plain white doors and paneling seem instantly interesting and modern with the addition of a fabulous 3-dimesional touch.
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The mirror on mirror look is a great way to update a solid sheet of mirror without destroying a wall. (And we found out recently that there’s a construction-grade adhesive that makes hanging them a snap!)
Jute Interior Design
This cool fixture reminds us of the entire beehive, not just the honeycomb pattern.
Leixlip Castle – Ireland
We’d like to take a page from Ireland with this charming, plant-covered window. We love how it’s reminiscent of an ethereal church.
Dan Carithers
These simple honeycombs make the simple seem instantly splendid!
Words to live by… Wouldn’t you say? 
Wishing you a Thursday full of everything sweet!

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Tabletop Tuesday: Rooms to Inspire in the City

New York, LA, Paris, London, Jakarta… Okay, so we live in North Carolina, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t appreciate — and adopt — elements of big-city style. Annie Kelly and photographer Tim Street-Porter have compiled some of the most beautiful and tasteful projects from big name designers such as Muriel Brandolini, Peter Dunham, Jonathan Adler, and Mary McDonald in their gorgeous book Rooms to Inspire in the City. Special tips on tight spaces, especially bathrooms and kitchens, make this book essential for those in the city, but universal design concepts make it a great find for anyone with fabulous taste. Thanks to Stylebeat for sharing the sample photos from this book:




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