The Collected Look at home consists of décor that is personal…your collections, art, flea market finds, family photos, etc. You probably have this look to some extent in your own home, right?
Instagram can be quite the diversion from the news. Pretty pictures…what’s not to like? Cindy, Annie and I have been using #TheCollectedLook on Instagram and it’s getting a nice following. Follow along with us!
The Collected Look at Home
Here are some examples of The Collected Look that I’ve found on Instagram (you might want to follow these guys). I’m also highlighting a few with small businesses since they could use the boost!
In the Kitchen
Accessories like cookbooks, vintage breadboards, and art…
In The Bedroom
I love stopping by Juxtaposition Home when I am in Newport Beach. They have a great mix of texture, new and vintage items, and color.
They also have a Juxtaposition Online Store. “Don’t Give Up The Ship” feels so appropriate right now 🙂
Bria Hammel Interiors is another with the Collected Look at home.
See how she uses art and antique pieces for a unique, fresh look?
In The Living Room
This assortment of textiles gives the collected look at home.
Debra Phillips Fifth and State is SG Geneva’s talented fearless leader.
I’ve been lucky to spend some time with Debra in High Point and in Los Angeles at the Design Bloggers Conference. She is really a gem.
The Collected Look can be more sparse like this, too…
I love the combination of modern and antique maps…
Speaking of antique maps, did you happen to see this post: Creating a Fresh, Classic Neutral Living Room in A Two Story Space?
Cindy with Rough Luxe Lifestyle and Annie from Most Lovely Things are showing their interpretation of The Collected Look from Instagram.
Be sure to check theirs out…I am!
Since we’ve been spending a lot of time at home, I’m getting ready to do a little “fluffing” of my collected look. How about you? Take care, friend!