Today I’m featuring my latest (and dare I say my favorite?) design crush, Sarah Bartholomew! I can’t remember exactly when I discovered, her work, but it’s amazing and I think I’ve pinned nearly her entire portfolio. I think you’ll agree that her mix of vintage and antique pieces with natural elements and newer pieces creates the most beautiful, livable spaces.
These photos are from Sarah’s family room in her own home recently featured in Southern Living. I love her mix of pattern and texture. It creates such a casual elegance, doesn’t it?
And I always love birds. A bird gallery wall? Now that’s perfection. The simple black frames really pop against the gorgeous millwork.
She’s a master at layering pieces to created that “collected over time” look.
More birds in a 1901 Georgian rowhouse featured in House Beautiful. Again, I love the easy elegance she creates with the leaning artwork.
The bull-eye mirror over the brick fireplace creates the perfect mix understated glamour.
Never has a small eat-in kitchen looked so inviting!