As I perused the Places In The Home Facebook page this week an image posted by Traditional Home magazine immediately caught my eye. The Junior League of High Point, North Carolina 2015 Designer Showhouse kitchen designed by Charlotte, North Carolina Interior Designer Lisa Mende of Lisa Mende Design is visually captivating.
Older homes have a history, a story to tell. Lisa Mende tapped into the home’s history as inspiration for her thoroughly modern interior design concept and execution. Distinctive details reminiscent of the emerging Art Deco times of the 19oos when the house was built, world events of the early 20th century and the sinking of the Titanic all played a large role in the kitchen design inspiration and influence. Inspiration truly is everywhere! Click on the link below the images to read the full story and view the gallery of images from the showhouse.
You never know when or where inspiration will strike or what home decor item will excite the eye. Below is the swoonworthy beauty that did just that.
The Pimlico Double Swing Arm Plug In has found a place on my gotta have it list.
Being the fan of art as a kitchen decor choice that I am, the above image speaks modern elegance to me.
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The framed art piece and the swing arm lamp combination works, and works beautifully.
I love keeping an eye out for designs, decorating applications and home decor that raises the bar, races the heart and inspires.