Blue and White Monday with The Green Room Interiors

3.02.2015


Kim, at The Green Room Interiors, designed this gorgeous dining room for a client, and was so great to let me share it with you -- it's perfect for Blue and White Monday.  I always love seeing blues with wood tones, and it's beautiful here.  Notice that the blues are all different?  They work incredibly together, and their varying shades make the space more interesting.


I've known for years that Kim's a talented interior designer.  Her spaces for The One Room Challenge are always fantastic.  I'm paying close attention here as my dining room is similar (hardwoods, bay window, chair rail, size, ceiling medallion) and mine could use some freshening.


Like Kim's client, I have lots of stained wood.  Breaking it up with white chairs is so effective.  Kim's done a lot here that you'll want to read about.  She's sharing details and more photos on her blog today.  Go here to see more.



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I haven't created a blue and white board in such a while.  I saw this blue floral shirt and was inspired.  Wouldn't it be perfect with white ankle jeans and thong slides?  I just may have to succumb to this temptation. These finds aren't meant to work together -- just some pretty blueness to share for Monday : )






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I'm also dying over the Smythson bag (#2).  I put this board together on Friday, and when I went to add links Sunday afternoon, it had already sold out at Neiman's.  I found it at mytheresa.com, and I wonder how long it'll be available there.  That blue is heavenly, isn't it?  






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13 comments :

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

Kim is so good. I love the room. You have the best taste in handbags. I was just thinking that it's time for a new one.

Kristen @ Pursuing Vintage said...

Such a beautiful dining room - classic. I love the simple accessories (bowl of apples, white stoneware pitchers). Nicely done!

Stephen Andrew said...

Love the room. And love that bag! Get it!

TA Lorton said...

What app do you use to make your boards?

Karena Albert said...

Love Kim's design work plus the blue accessories and fashions you've chosen!!

xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

Raina Cox said...

Two of my favorite blogs together! You and Kim are both so talented.

therelishedroost said...

I love that shirt and that whole blue and white Spring attire!

Segreto Secrets said...

The white chairs really do so much to break up the heavy wood in the dining room - great tip!!

xo. Leslie
Segreto Finishes

Kimberly Lemmon said...

Hope this isn't a duplicate comment. Had some trouble with Google log-in. Jennifer thank you so much for sharing this project with your readers. I appreciate you and I'm humbled by your kind words. Viva la blue and white ! Xo

Carrie @ Cosy Carolina Interiors said...

What a gorgeous room! I love your blue and white finds, too.

Heather Freeman // DecorFix said...

I inherited a lot of blue and white chinoiserie and have had it in my "decor closet" (AKA: attic) for about a decade. This year I think I finally felt confident enough to bust it out in small doses after seeing how fresh it looks when styled right.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

She did a great job...love the stenciled walls!

Anna Eskridge said...

I love how Kim used the white dining room chairs - it adds a freshness to the space.

Great finds! I especially love the blue glasses and nail polish!

- Anna, of Anna E. Lee - Interior Design

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