Abigail Ahern Is Design Awesome!

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Abigail Ahern: her design a study in dark infused with light, a ton of textures, immense detail, fuzzy extras and some shine.  Her rooms are nothing short of awesome and a very big lesson in Tao – what connects you to your life.  Today’s home inspiration in rich in personality, saturated hues and textures that create a signature that is inimitable! 

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Deep color, mood lighting… a room that puts the chill in chilling out, and that is just as important to some as the light and bright!

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Love the fantastic ball of furry spaghetti strings.

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Painted wood floors can be the easy way to “renovate” without installing new boards!

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Oh, how divine are the wood panel walls?! How luscious is the bedspread? How dazzling is that chandelier?!

To mine your own personal style, dig into flea markets, thrift stores, museums, books and anything compelling that you can get your hands on!  Experiment.  Touch new textures. Feel different colors.  And mix that into your space!! xoxo Dana

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feng shui 101And, if you want to dive in to your own personalized feng shui in a modern, practical way, Say hello to Feng Shui 101.  Its the guide I made for you to create your own personalized feng shui at home, in the office, wherever you may be… in 8 weeks.  It’s not filled with strict rules or what you “must” do.  Its filled with information, questions, exercises and even videos and classes to help you confidently create amazing spaces with killer feng shui and live with more flow.   Learn more about the 8-week feng shui adventure & grab your copy to get started right HERE…   And, as always, please let me know what happens!

Q January 31, 2014 at 8:13 pm

I love it! I find myself equally drawn to dark spaces like these as well as the light and bright stuff. My problem is always trying to figure out how to incorporate both in my home and still have it flow. I also always fling myself from monochrome to rainbow in terms of what color (or lack thereof) I want in my space. If my budget allowed I’d probably redecorate every couple months, but that’s not exactly sustainable. Ahh, a work in progress as always…

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