All photos SpacesKC.com via
First, this bedroom. That rug and panel are gorgeous and I love a good portrait. I just really love a room that looks like it's been collected over time. Nothing about this room came from a catalog.
I mean, this kitchen is gorgeous. Really, really gorgeous. Like it might be one of my top favorite kitchens of all time.
Just a simple, white bathroom, but I love the detail at the bottom of the vanity next to the marble floor. It's just enough to keep the space from looking too sterile. It all just feels very clean.
I can only take turquoise in small doses (I know it's weird because I'm obsessed with blue), but this bedroom does it well. A little bit Albert Hadley inspired.
Love this dining room.
And this little kitchenette area.
Totally inspired by this desk/library situation.
The thing I love about a local shelter magazine is that you find homes that aren't necessarily on trend. Usually they are the result of real families collecting things that are important to them over the years. Kansas City has so many different styles of homes and so many creative people living in them. The longer I live here the more I appreciate the people here. It's a really cool town y'all! I definitely see more variation in this magazine than I do in any other because it's more focused on the region than a specific style. I'm also a total creepster and am constantly trying to see inside people's homes at night when all of the lights are on. I mean, I stop short of getting out of my car, but if I'm driving by your house and your front door is open, I'm craning my neck to see inside. I love to see how people live, especially my neighbors. If you want to see more, check out spaceskc.com
Ok y'all, does your city have a shelter mag? What's it called? I need to expand my peeping.