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The Fabulous LA Home of Garance Doré With Peachy Tones

I'm actually breaking every rule in the 'working from home' book this morning and tapping away at my laptop from bed (shock, horror!). The truth is, it's pouring with rain outside (will it ever stop?!) and I just couldn't bring myself to hop on my bike (nor, so it seems, wonder down the stairs!). I have to say, as a one off, it's kind of cosy! Anyhow, my point is, I'm still craving a few rays of sunshine this week, which is why I thought I'd share the happy LA home of Garance Doré. Garance is a French photographer, illustrator, author, fashion blogger and the creative force behind Atelier Doré. When she moved into her new build she was keen to put her own personal stamp on the space and sought the help of interior design guru Sarah Sherman Samuel. Together they shaped the living space into a stylish, modern home. I particularly love the colour scheme which combines soft white, earthy neutrals, pale peach, light wood, muted pink and terracotta accents. Look closely at the furniture too - there are some fabulous pieces! Little wonder the home is currently featured in the spring 2019 edition of Domino magazine. Here's a sneak peek:



I love the peach accent, it's so fresh and yet fun at the same time. Understandably her breakfast nook is making its way around instagram at an alarming rate too, isn't it fabulous?!

Is there anything that stood out to you? 

The original feature in Domino lists many of the items here (in case you're curious). 

More peachy details spotted in these beautiful spaces: 


On an entirely different note, Per and I went to the cinema to see Green Book last night, what a brilliant film! If you haven't seen it, it's a must!

I hope your day is, well... peachy!

Niki

Photography: J.F Rothenberg for Domino magazine



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  1. This is a beautiful tour. And if it's any consolation, it's raining in LA yet again today and we just had the coldest February in 132 years. Though, I know, not as cold as elsewhere.

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    1. Completely crazy! Let's hope the sun decides to shine again soon!

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  2. Wow, this home is so beautiful x

    Shannon | https://shannonmichelle1.blogspot.com

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    1. I love it too - it's so unique which makes it extra special!

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  3. I love the Herman Miller chairs.

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  4. Hi Niki,
    I love your blog dearly for the beautiful photos and endless inspiration. However, it makes me sad to see spelling errors so frequently; it's a professional blog and the writing should reflect that.
    Sorry, I had had to say that.

    I love the most the vanity in natural wood - I am looking for something similar since I would like to redo my bathroom and I need a size that [I am beginning to realize] does not exist. The peachy colour is not for me so I would prefer its counter top white or charcoal.

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    1. Hi Alena

      The bathroom vanity is amazing, I had to do a double take as I thought it was a side table at first!

      Thank you so much for your input re spelling - I'll try to remember to spell check - this one is all correct now at least according to English UK spell check!

      And thank you also for your kind words about my blog.

      Niki



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  5. I love those oldish but still classy look. I think wicker may be the one in blame.

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  6. Could not reply to your answer (no link) so I am adding this as a new comment. You said "wonder down the stairs" - it should have read "wander down the stairs". :-)

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    1. Oh dear. I will do my best to spell check and proofread moving forwards, but unfortunately being a one man show these errors might slip through the net from time to time. Thank you for pointing this one out, I'll go in and correct it now!

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