Admittedly, I have not had time lately to peruse Pinterest that much for inspiration. We’ve been so busy that taking time to just observe has been a luxury. Last night I did however, and ended up down a rabbit hole of inspiration and landed squarely on Tim Barber’s portfolio and could not believe how many inspirational spaces I found on his site. His clear respect for the beauty and detail of old homes mixed with interiors by some of the best names in California interior design makes for a totally overwhelmingly gorgeous grouping of work! Feast your eyes on these awe-inspiring homes:
This feels very New-England-in-California…
A breathtaking entry. The millwork. The floors. Be still my heart.
The details in this home really speak to Tim’s understanding and love for historic design.
THIS KITCHEN. Woah. Interesting to have a dining table in place of an island. I totally see how this could be very useful for casual dining, but I may miss having an island in a kitchen this big.
And this butler’s pantry situation is BEYOND.
Continuing the pantry cabinetry color onto the trim and windows was genius.
A comfy family space…
And adorable mudroom (note the wire doors on the cubbies- LOVE) and laundry with dutch door ( my fave).
A super serene master bedroom…
and bathroom (that tub!)
The outside ain’t too shabby either :)
This porch is everything I want in a porch. Light blue ceiling? Check. Swinging daybed? Check. Great dining area? Check.
And an adorable pool structure to boot.
A fantastically open and efficient kitchen…
I think this is the pantry, or maybe the mudroom…. also gorgeous. Note the incredible wood knobs.
This must be the pantry. And HELLO LOVER. Small(ish) but perfect. Obsessed with the cabinetry.
A fun kids bathroom.
And another amazing outdoor space.
This is the most AMAZING poolhouse evaaaahhhh. Interiors by Tim Clarke, photos by Noah Webb.
This little three bedroom bungalow’s kitchen is PERFECT.
And this renovation project has a FAB wall of blue built ins.
And a beyond-cool laundry room. Interiors by Lucas Studios. Photos by Roger Davies.
This one actually drew inspiration from Martha’s Vineyard– and you can tell! I adore it! Photos by Laura Hull.
Such a wonderful dining room.
And to die for bedroom.
I’m usually not a purple gal, but this room’s warmth is lovely.
This is the way to treat a small entry– embrace it and go ALL OUT.
Photos by Tim Street Porter.
Hope you enjoyed my Monday injection of inspiration! I needed it, and am sure some of you did too!