In Good Taste: Heather Chadduck Interiors

entry with round table in blue and white by Heather Chadduck
David Hillegas Photography

 

 

Blue and white

 

 blue and white living room by Heather Chadduck
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

Symmetry

 

Heather Chadduck designed living room in blue and white
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

Making magic in difficult to decorate spaces…

 

Heather Chadduck designed living room in blue and white
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

These are all hallmarks of Heather Chadduck ‘s gorgeously good taste

 

Heather Chadduck dining room with handpainted wallpaper
David Hillegas Photography

 

We love how she combines traditional themes with modern touches,

 

Heather Chadduck Interiors bedroom in blue and white with canopy bed
David Hillegas Photography

 

And layers for a totally luxe look,

 

Heather Chadduck interiors canopy bed in neutrals
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

Where every member of the house is comfortable!

 

Heather Chadduck attic bedroom with built-in bunk beds
Nancy Nolan Photographer

 

From creating enough space for everyone in the family, 

 

Heather Chadduck porch with shiplap ceiling
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

To perfectly appointing every room from the master bedroom to the porch

 

porch Heather Chadduck interiors
David Hillegas Photography

 

Even the outdoor spaces convey her signature style.

 

Heather Chadduck Interiors outdoor dining area with fireplace
Peter Frank Edwards Photography

 

For cozying up alone or entertaining absolutely everyone, these are outdoor spaces that wow. And the fireplace makes sure they can be used all year long!

Thanks so much for stopping by Design Chic today. We love it when you do!

Heather Chadduck

 

I am so excited for my first ever Publisher’s Weekly Review! Check it out. And, don’t forget, it’s never too early to preorder!

Feels Like Falling Kristy Woodson Harvey. Gallery, $16 trade paper (400p) ISBN 978-1-9821-1770-2 https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-9821-1770-2Harvey (The Southern Side of Paradise) serves up a tale of disaster-turned serendipity in the fictional Cape Carolina, N.C. Successful businesswoman Gray Howard begrudgingly promotes her husband to CFO of her marketing company, ClickMarket, only for him to leave her for the assistant she hired for him. Reeling from a painful, cash-draining divorce, she inadvertently causes Diana, a photo developer at a pharmacy, to lose her job by complaining about her work. After learning this, Gray hires Diana to work as a housekeeper. Over time, the women vent about their lives and forge a friendship that heals them both. The story alternates between Gray’s voice and Diana’s, delving into Diana’s past heartaches and lost hope for having a child. In pitch-perfect tones, Harvey creates two Southern women doing their best to deal with everything life throws at them, and her able plotting will keep readers turning the pages. Secondary characters—Gray’s witty assistant, Trey; her new, younger boyfriend, Andrew; and Diana’s fiercely loyal friend group—add charm. Harvey’s optimistic tale just might convince readers that bouncing back can actually land a person in a better place than where they started. Agent: Elisabeth Weed, the Book Group. (Apr.)

 

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