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May 15, 2019
Livable Luxury with Ash Street Interiors
By Sophie Phelps

One of the best parts of starting this blog has been getting to know the designers behind the interiors I share. Rosemary Wormley, of Ash Street Interiors is one of those designers and I was delighted when she recently reached out to me asking if I would like a sneak peek of one of her latest projects. I was like a kid on Christmas combing through her work and am thrilled to be sharing this lovely project with you all today!

The Ash Street Interiors team is based out of Northfield, Illinois and is comprised of Rosemary Wormley and Megan Present. Their mission is to create family friendly interiors that are the embodiment of “livable luxury.” Utilizing neo-traditional elements, clean lines, pops of color the spaces they design are fresh and welcoming with a touch of whimsy. I have a feeling you are going to love this project as much as I do and to see more of their work, you can explore the rest of their portfolio here. Happy Wednesday!

P.S. I have included a Get The Look at the end of the post to help you get a similar look in your home!


A lovely entry way

I shared this image on my Instagram account in March and so many of you reached out asking to see the rest of the house!

It’s official, I now want leopard print wallpaper on the back of my built-ins!


Rich green accents compliment the navy walls and furniture


The epitome of a family friendly living room


A blue and white lover’s dream kitchen

A fun filled eating area
A bold and brightly patterned wallpaper looks glamorous while also hiding marks from sticky toddler hands and matchbox cars


Pops of blue are carried into the sunroom and textured accents add warmth and a casual chic feel



A coordinating runner is used in the mudroom and pairs perfectly with the leopard print x-bench
A sweet feminine bathroom with the softest blue and pink details

GET THE LOOK

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

XO,

Sophie

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