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simply color: shauna alterio & stephen loidolt

by Lauren


The amazingly fun duo, Shauna Alterio and Stephen Loidolt, of Something’s Hiding In Here, share a magical space in Philadelphia. I was immediately drawn to their plastic deer figurines that are perfectly displayed in the cubby above the bed. The whimsy continues around the room with vintage paint-by-number illustrations, a handmade gingham duvet, patterned pillows, and floral wallpaper. Oh—and did I mention they have a porch swing in there too? The retro colors are a great fit for Shauna and Stephen’s creative and unique home. Be sure to check out the rest of the loft in the original Sneak Peek. —Lauren

Palette:
Palette: A. Paradise Green (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 397; B. Early Morn (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 290; C. Fresh Nasturtium (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 152; D. Sunspot (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 136; E. Grand Rapids (Behr), PMS 5473

Roundup:
1. Shabby Chic Chandelier, $198; 2. Eye Chart Poster, $15; 3. Owl Shaped Pillow, $18; 4. Vintage Paint By Number Painting, $32; 5. Striped Pillow, $48; 6. Deer Figurines, $22; 7. Wooden Radio, $200;

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