5 interiors we’d sell our soul for…

Because it’s fun to pretend we have one every once in a while.

Every so often (mostly through Instagram) we see a space that is so beautiful that we’d sell our first child for, sacrifice a pair of Gucci loafers for and gets us on the hunt for a sugar daddy, all in the hope of getting it for ourselves. So here’s not just one but five beautiful interiors that we want/need/have to have…

You can go out, you can stay in, but you can't stare at your???? It's Saturday night, friends! Enjoy! ✨

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This navy and white confection would mean that working from home would become the only option.

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We’re hoping this space would come with the owner too.. but if not we’ll take that huge bed and beautiful artwork.

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Midas touch. Xk #kellywearstlerinteriordesign #marble #bathroom #vanity @leslieblodgett

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Imagine starting your day in this beautiful marble bathroom? Leaving the house would be a struggle. Take the marble and gold accents as inspiration if your budget doesn’t stretch to marble walls.

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This pastel blue space is the perfect inspiration for spring – take the key shades and brass accents to recreate a similar look in your own home.

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For a darker moodier space, head for dark green velvets and natural woods, paired with plans and large artwork. Keep clutter to a minimum and leave the walls stark white.

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