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Guest Post: Erin from House of Turquoise

 

Hi, my beautiful readers! How are you doing today? We’re being freezing here lately! Oh, how I miss the sunshine already! This is the reason I wanted to keep the “Cottage of the Week” all year around, so even if we’re having a cold day, we can still allure ourselves with some summery images and imagine ourselves in a warmer place, feeling the sun over our shoulders. Don’t you miss that feeling?

Now, as you saw the title, I have a very, very special guest today. Erin from “House of Turquoise” does not need an introduction, right? We all know her and her amazing blog! This girl is just so talented, so smart that I could talk about her for hours!  As you know, she’s the “Queen of Turquoise” and no one does it better than her.

Enjoy this “Cottage of the Week” by Erin of House of Turquoise!

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First of all, congratulations to Luciane and her family on the addition to their family! Welcome to the world, little Matthew! I’m so excited to be here, especially for such a wonderful reason! I’m Erin and I blog over at House of Turquoise. Luciane and I both share a love of cottages, so I was thrilled when she asked me to be a part of her “Cottage of the Week” series. Normally on my blog I share turquoise-infused interiors, but I discover so many amazing homes every day, I’m jumping at the chance to share a cottage I just adore, no blue in site!

 

I love the serene tones, beautiful fabrics and mix of lively patterns in the living room. What a sunny space!

I’m such a fan of white kitchens, and this one does not disappoint. I love all the shimmery tile and the capiz shell pendants. I bet it’s stunning at night!

 

 

Although such a tiny bedroom, they sure made fantastic use of the space. I love that great upholstered headboard and the cute little nightstands!

And the bathroom…another small space but filled with luxury! More shimmery tile calling my name here, and an awesome soaking tub!

What cottage would be complete without a darling front porch?? (Or a little bit of turquoise thrown in?!) I would love to end my day relaxing here!

I hope you enjoyed this cottage tour as much as I did! It was designed by the Houston-based firm Blair Gordon Design. If you love chic coastal interiors, definitely check out their site. And of course, visit my blog House of Turquoise too…there’s not much I love more than coastal homes! And to Luciane, congrats again and big hugs, my friend!! I know you are enjoying this time with your precious new little one!

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I sure am, my dear Erin! It’s being just amazing!
Thank you once again for being here. It’s so great to be able to share this space with people like you, people I really care about and consider as a friend.
I hope you guys take a look at Erin’s blog and make sure to say “hi” for me!
Have a wonderful and calm day!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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Source: Blair Gordon Design via House of Turquoise.



12 Comments to 'Guest Post: Erin from House of Turquoise'

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  1. Christina said,

    You’re so sweet Luciane, you always have the nicest things to say! Great post from Erin, especially LOVE the capiz shell pendants and the headboard in the bedroom!! I need them both!

  2. Erin said,

    My dear Luciane, thank you a million times over the kindest introduction! You are the sweetest and I’m so happy to call you my friend!! Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to share this beautiful cottage with your readers!

  3. Franki Parde said,

    Think SUN!!!! franki

  4. This feels so warm and inviting… and I love the round mirror mounted in the window. I also think the headboard is stunning!

  5. Looks like Erin brought you a touch of warmth that you were hoping for Luciane. I hope you and your family are doing well. Thank you for introdicing Erin to me now I’m off to visit her blog.

  6. How fun to see 2 of my favorite people collaborating on one of my favorite series “Cottage of the Week”…thank you ladies & Merry Merry!! xo Kim

  7. How fun to see Erin over here! Thanks for the fun tour – they did a great job with their fabrics and materials!

  8. Such a charming cottage with pizzazz!! Take care, Luciane.

  9. Karen said,

    So lovely Erin, I would LIVE in a place like this in a heartbeat!

  10. The upholstered headboard is a great way to introduce a pattern without it taking over the small room. I like that they curved the headboard as opposed to keeping it square. It brings some movement to the room.

  11. Kristin said,

    What a wonderful post, Erin! And Luciane, CONGRATULATIONS with your new baby Matthew!!!!! Due to my blog break I missed it, sorry! I guess you’re having a lovely time with your little baby boy! There’s nothing like a little baby boy :)

    Lots of love, Kristin

  12. ana maria said,

    Oi Luciane, que chic vc receber a Erin!

    Todos amamos o HOUSE OF TURQUOISE, um dos mais lindos blogs da blogosfera!!
    Amei a casa,não poderia ser diferente.Mas o detalhe que vou guardar na memoria foram as estrelas do mar no vidro da janela e a varandinha super cute!!!!!!!

    Bjo minha amiga, sua convidada é um luxo!


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