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make it yours: famille summerbelle

by Lauren

Today I am so pleased to pull looks from the beautiful Paris home of Famille Summerbelle. Julie and Simon make a great duo — their paper-cut designs are absolutely stunning, and after taking a peak inside their home, it’s no surprise that the entire family is a creative bunch. Inspiration is everywhere! The walls remain white, and gorgeous color combinations can be found in their furniture and décor. I especially love the colors of the glasses on the dining room table — perfect for fall! The bright, delicious pops of color in the upstairs studio have me wanting to purchase colorful office accessories. Take a look at the original sneak peek here. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Dining Room)
A. Stone Fence (Behr), PMS 7543; B. Willow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 577; C. Venetian Blue (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 326; D. Samovar (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 142; E. Early Morn (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 2905

Roundup 1 (Dining Room)
1. Vintage Silver Tray, $150; 2. Penelope Dinner Candle Holder, $19; 3. Springing Sprigs Candelabra, $38; 4. Dimpled Drinkware, $16+ 5. Bentwood Oak Chair, $170; 6. Soda-Lime Pitcher, $28

The second room image and roundup continues after the jump…

Palette 2 (Studio)
A. Lemon Zest (Behr), PMS 102; B. Startling Orange (Behr), PMS 165; C. Tutti Frutti (Behr), PMS 232; D. Azurean (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 298; E. Kelly Green (Benjamin Moore), PMS 7480

Roundup 2 (Studio)
1. Magenta Ruler, $5; 2. Letter-Size Paper Box, $8; 3. Octopus Ribbon Tape, $13; 4. Pool Blue Stapler, $8; 5. Paper File Flags, $5; 6. Jonathan Adler Pencil Set, $10; 7. Children’s Chair, $20; 8. Pantone Postcard Box, $20; 9. Green Tape Dispenser, $8

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