interior design

honey interiors

by Grace Bonney

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every now and then i stumble upon an interior designer whose work feels like the perfect combination of modern and classic. i find myself constantly struggling to combine my love of classic, traditional design with my desire to indulge in current color and pattern trends. so when i heard from designer tamara kaye-honey i was thrilled to see that her work balanced both of those worlds perfectly.

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originally from halifax, nova scotia, tamara now lives and works in los angeles where she runs her interior design firm honey interiors. tamara has a real knack for combining high end pieces with low-budget finds and uses some really fantastic color palettes in her work. i was really smitten by her work in a south pasadena home so i thought i’d share some photos from that project here today.

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oh to be the lucky residents of this pasadena home- i love the way that tamara used yellow throughout the home in a number of different ways- in poppy sunshine hues and more sophisticated golden tones. and the little girl’s pink bedroom (picture after the jump)? i’d be happy to live in that room right now. you can view more of tamara’s beautiful work right here and contact her for design services right here. thanks to tamara for sharing her beautiful work with us!

CLICK HERE for 5 more images of this beautiful home after the jump!

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[how sweet is this little girl’s room?]

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