When I asked Kelley Moore to send me a photo of a room that most reflected her interior design style, I love that she sent me photos of her own house. In her words ”a work in progress” the fun project is a mix of vintage and classic elements with a big dose of Kelley’s fun-loving personality mixed in.
Kelley has a great grasp on the high-low decorating philosophy. She knows how to use expensive fabrics in small doses to get a lot of bang for her buck, can spot a great knock-off when she sees one (like her Robert Abbey gourd lamp instead of some of the pricier options) and splurges on some key elements that really ground the space like her Oly coffee table.
This console vignette is gorgeous evidence of Kelley’s eye for vintage finds. I especially love how she mixes the modern (lamps) and the classic (sculpture) with confidence or maybe even reckless abandon.
In Kelley’s breakfast nook, she again creates a study in contrasts. The sleek lucite and glass table with antique inspired textiles on the pillows and a quaint wallcovering create a warm and inviting space. It beckons you to sit and stay for a while, but this room is still young, fresh and comfortable too.
Here again, sleek meets classic with a fabulous orange lucite console topped with a classic Greek bust. A girl after my own heart, Kelley embraces color like a pro (maybe because she is one). I don’t know about you but I am ready to come over for breakfast.