Home Bunch - Interior Design Ideas

Hello, everyone! It’s really nice to be back with this new Interior Design Ideas! I feel this is an extra special post because it starts with a picture of my client’s beautiful home. She sent it to me last night and I told her I would love to share it with you. I mentioned this before, I think she takes the best pictures! Did you see how stunning her cherry tree looks?

Now, let’s go back to talking about interiors! This post is filled with interiors for every taste and style. From French, traditional, transitional and even Scandinavian! With beautiful kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and many other living spaces, I am sure you will leave here seeing something you haven’t before; It may be a paint color, a new interior design trend or a new idea for layout that might work in your space.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy your time here.


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Interior Design Ideas

Benjamin Moore Breath of Fresh Air 806

Via Benjamin Moore.

Grasscloth Wallpaper

Designed by David Scott Interiors.

 Small Kitchen Design

Designed by Frances Herrera Interior Design.

Black & White Kitchen

ESNY via Nicety.

Modern Kitchen Design

 Munge Leung via Nicety.

Eating Area

 Munge Leung via Nicety.

 Gray Kitchen Cabinets

 Remodelista via Nicety.

 White Coastal Kitchen

 Via Sotheby’s.

 Neutral Wall Color

 Benjamin Moore Clay beige OC-11

Via Benjamin Moore.

Blue & White

Via Sotheby’s.

 Scandinavian Kitchen Design

 Via Nicety.


 Via Nicety.


  Via Nicety.

New Traditional White Kitchen

Designed by Gast Architects.

Ideas Countertop

 Designed by Gast Architects.

French Country Kitchen

Designed by Phil Kean Design Group.

 Timeless Kitchen Design

 Designed by Phil Kean Design Group.

 Off-White Kitchen

Designed by Gabriel Builders.

 Living Room

 Designed by Gabriel Builders.


 Munge Leung via Nicety.

Inside and Out

Benjamin Paint Colors:  White Dove OC-17 and Flint AF-560

 Via Benjamin Moore.

Mantel Decor Ideas

 Via Passion Decor.

  Soothing Color Palette

Designed by Frances Herrera Interior Design.

Lovely French

Benjamin Moore Wickham Grey HC-171

 White Dove

 Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17


Designed by Gabriel Builders.

Desk Decor

Via Ah, The Pretty Things.

French Country Bedroom

 El Mueble via Nicety.

Seating Area

 El Mueble via Nicety.


  El Mueble via Nicety.

 Paint Color

 Similar Paint Color: Behr Rich Cream 340A-2

 El Mueble via Nicety.


 El Mueble via Nicety.

Coastal Bedroom

Benjamin Moore Distant Gray 2124-70

Chic Bedroom Design

 Munge Leung via Nicety.

 Classy Bedroom

 Munge Leung via Nicety.


  Munge Leung via Nicety.


Designed by Frances Herrera Interior Design.

 Baby Boy Nursery

Mi Casa via Nicety.


Mi Casa via Nicety.

 Changing Table

Mi Casa via Nicety.

 Pure Love

 Mi Casa via Nicety.

Little Girl

 Mi Casa via Nicety.

Flowery Field

 Mi Casa via Nicety.


Designed by Gabriel Builders.


Designed by Gast Architects.

Bathroom Vanity

 Designed by Gast Architects.

Off-White Bathroom Cabinets

Designed by Phil Kean Design Group.

 Clean Lines

 Via Sotheby’s.

White Bathroom

Designed by LDa Architecture & Interiors.

Shower Design Ideas

 Designed by LDa Architecture & Interiors.


 Designed by LDa Architecture & Interiors.

 Small Bathroom Design Ideas

 Frances Herrera Interior Design.


 Breath of fresh air 806


Via Ah The Pretty Things.


 Via Ah The Pretty Things.


 Via Ah The Pretty Things.

 Patio Decorating Ideas

Designed by David Scott Interiors.

  Outdoor Dining Area

 Designed by David Scott Interiors.

Dream Backyard

 Via Sotheby’s.

Screened Porch

  Via Sotheby’s.


 Via Sotheby’s.

 Summer Night

Designed by Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd.


 Designed by Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd.


 Blasen Landscape Architecture.


 Via Pinterest.

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This week was full of interesting moments. I ended up going to the doctor to find out I am with stomach ulcer, waited anxiously for my blood exams (with tons of crazy thoughts) and had the great news that everything is okay… I just need to go on a treatment and be fine again. In fact, the medicine I am taking is already helping me. So, it’s alllllll good! 🙂

I wasn’t going to mention this here because it seems that I am always bugging you guys and sharing even when I am dealing with a cold, but I am telling you about this because I felt this was the wake-up call I needed to have.

I have not taking care of myself the way I should. I stopped exercising, I am not eating well and I never get enough sleep. After thinking of this, I wondered how many of you are doing just the same? We work hard, we take care of the kids, house, life and we rarely stop to relax and give everything our body, our mind and our spirit are in need of. For the majority of time, we don’t stop and think, or if we do, we don’t do anything to change. We keep pushing ourselves, our limits and even when we get to our limit, we prefer ignore all the signs life is giving to us and we don’t stop. My question is, why don’t we stop when we can instead of waiting for something to stop us? We like to take control of our lives, but little we know that if we don’t stop something might happen and take control of us.

Taking control of our lives means, before anything else, that we need to be responsible for it.

One thing I am learning is to respect my limit and especially, to hear my inner voice. This was a call for me to slow down and focus more on my health. I will take this opportunity to do it so .

During this week, waiting for these exams I thought of many people that waited for the same kind of exam and didn’t get a very positive result. I am very grateful for being fine, but I am thinking and praying for those that aren’t.

We simply can’t underestimate our health, so, like myself, learn to listen to your limits. Don’t overdo yourself. 

Take this weekend to think on how you can be better to yourself and do it.

with Love,


Luciane at HomeBunch.com


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  1. Monica said,

    Hello Luciane..you are right when it comes to family, then jobs and household duties not much time is left for ourselves. I have to say as my kids became older…20’s I finally let things go the laundry the dishes left over night and it felt good. I love your blog and as a devoted photo admire/reader I am always here to listen and learn from what you post. thanks for sharing and glad to hear you are doing better.

  2. Patricia said,

    Excellent advice….I too have done the same as you, and now my health is affected also. Its time to stop and focus just a little on ourselves so we can continue being there for our loved ones….remember to “put on your oxygen mask first”…..

  3. Jeanne Lambert said,

    So fun for me to see my Atlanta house on your site looking so Georgian through the blossoms of our cherry tree. Thank you for sharing it with your readers 🙂 So much variety of interior design in this post. All so very beautiful. I spent a long time here taking it all in 🙂 I especially love the quote on your full moon picture at the end. That is so true! I’m grateful you received reassuring news from your doctor today. I will join you in recommitting to take better care of myself. So here’s to a healthy lifestyle, appreciating beautiful design in our surroundings, and happy times with our families!

  4. franki said,

    That WAS good news for you!!! So many design ideas…so little $…except, maybe, for bows on handles…way cute! franki

  5. Barbara said,

    So glad your results came back all good. You are so right that we push ourselves until we get that “wake up call”. I have had several bad episodes of pneumonia & I too had a talk with myself & decided to slow down; try to live a more meaningful simple life, be content with what we have. My health & the health of all the people I love are the only things that matter to me. I love your blog & each day I look forward to the simple pleasure of some “me” time to enjoy your photos.


  6. Lauren said,

    So glad to hear you got good news and are feeling better. And thank you for the reminder not to take our health for granted. These are beautiful photos. Have a wonderful weekend!

  7. eli said,

    Dear Luciane, I am very glad that you got a good diagnosis. You are right the body wants to be treated well. We need our health and strength, we are important and our family, nothing has to be perfect.
    Take your time, be not in hurry. Look at your children and be happy, they need no perfection.
    Take care of you.
    All my best wishes to you.

  8. Ramak said,

    You are right . Sometimes the routine of our lives bocome more important than ourselves . Whereas if we do not follow up the routines nothing may happen , but if we do not care ourselves , big accidents will happen.

  9. Kathy said,

    Thank goodness…great words of advice, as always…love this post, it seems so calming to me these beautiful pictures of beautiful places, serenity does my soul and body good

  10. Aimee said,

    I was wondering if you can tell me more about the grasscloth wallpaper in the third image? I love this but can not seem to locate it

  11. Hi Aimee.

    This is a Blue-navy grasscloth wallpaper by Thibaut. Phillip Jeffries carries similar products.

    Hope this helps!


  12. Andrea said,

    Hi Luciane, great post! Would you by any chance know where I can find the mint/glass backsplash in the 4th picture? Thanks!

  13. Hi Andrea,

    I couldn’t find the source for that specific backsplash. I recommend you to contact the designer directly: Frances Herrera Interior Design

    Have a great day!


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