Monday, August 20, 2012

So Tasteful & Colorful

Kelee Katillac's 1915 apartment in Kansas City, Missouri is a neoclassical design. 
She has put so much time and effort into getting everything just right. 
One our favorite features are her curtains and shutters as well as her use of the
 color yellow with the grey back drop...the yellow really shines through. 
The yellow wall panels in the living room are a great example
 of how yellow helps to brighten up the room. 

We also love the floral accents seen in the apartment, 
which help to soften the neoclassic design. The apartment is a treasure trove
 of antiques that have been paired with some some fun modern designs. 
This can be seen in the geometric wallpaper used below the chair rail in the dining room. 
The shutters in the dining room are amazing and what a great 
color combination in the thin stripe of pink, orange and cream. 
The feminine touch on the curtains in the drawing room are 
so pretty with the bows at the top of the curtain.
Kelee Katillacs use of color is so beautiful and can be appreciated in 
the turquoise curtains in the master bedroom and the fantastic tie backs she uses. 
She is a very creative designer with style and talent.










*Images Compliments of: House Beautiful




7 comments:

Elizabeth Johnson said...

I love the colours!
Perhaps this would suit is:
http://brabbu.com/upholstery/maasai.html

Haus and Home said...

I love all the details, from the little bird on the curtain rod, little bows on the curtains, the details on the wood...love it all!

designchic said...

What gorgeous colors and details...can't get over the tiebacks!

Graebelle Campbell said...

Such beautiful attention to detail.

www.etsy.com/shop/sunkissedsisters

Jamie Herzlinger said...

I love colors! I really do need to incorporate more colors into my work! Thanks so much for posting these images!
Love, Jamie Herzlinger

Amara said...

Loving those yellow curtains.

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Hello,

Just discovered your beautiful blog! Am now following.

Thought I would let you know that when I tried to use the links at the bottom of this post, the P for pinterest went to FAcebook, the F went to Twittter.

Hope this helps, Elizabeth

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