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make it yours: emily anderson

by Lauren

I’m so excited to pull looks today from the home of amazing photographer Emily Johnston Anderson. Emily and her husband, Jacob, share this stunning Chicago apartment. The muted blue and green wall colors caught my attention right away; they are such lovely shades and mix wonderfully with the wood countertops and shelves. The simple and organic décor, paired with desaturated accent colors, make this home feel warm and inviting. Be sure to check out the rest of the original Sneak Peek! — Lauren

Palette 1 (Kitchen)
A. Aged Mint (Ralph Lauren), PMS 5517; B. Arizona (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 154; C. Venetian Blue (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 326; D. *Actual Color: Minced Ginger (Behr), PMS 7492; E. Andiron (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 447

Roundup 1 (Kitchen)
1. Industrial Wall Clock, $110; 2. Birch Cutting Board, $50; 3. Ceramic Black Teapot, $6; 4. Aluminum Magnetic Knife Holder, $60; 5. Sophie Conran Place Setting, $50; 6. Simon Pearce Brookfield Utility, $75; 7. KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, $300; 8. Vintage Teacups, $8

The second set of room images and another product roundup continue after the jump . . .

Palette 2 (Office)
A. Hazel (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 5513; B. Andiron (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 447; C. *Actual Color: Minced Ginger (Behr), PMS 7492; D. Florida Gold (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 1365; E. Obstinate Orange (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 166

Roundup 2 (Office)
1. Areaware Tape Dispenser, $26; 2. MacBook Pro, $1200+; 3. White Metal Cabinet, $159; 4. Ripple Black Leather Office Chair, $299; 5. Floor Lamp, $109; 6. Offi Magazine Rack, $169; 7. Paper Boxes, $6; 8. Argus Range Finer Camera, $80

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