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Feb 2

Secrets of Cozy Elegance

It’s been a long week, guys. We have continued to remediate the cabin. The good news? We were able to keep costs down as much as possible, and the moisture is now completely gone – two weeks later. I am so thankful to be addressing all of this now; I still wake up in a cold sweat imagining if this pipe burst on us after a kitchen remodel.

In the process, we lost a ton of the original redwood board and batten that runs about 4 feet up and wraps the living area and library. I was careful to take many pics to add new redwood when possible. Hopefully soon. We will do one final clearance test to confirm that there is no more water and mold in the impacted downstairs area. Could you cross your fingers for us and DM me if you have any remediation questions? I am a pro now, lol. Brace yourself. You guys are getting the first look at the current state of the cabin. It’s not for the faint of heart. Could you send good vibes for this before and after?

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Cabin Remediation Edits

That being said, we had a fun logo created from John at House Logos. Just look how adorable this is. We just sent them a few images and wa la. A few days later we had the most adorable cabin logo. Should I do this for my home in SF too?

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While the interior of our beloved cabin is getting a gut, we turned our attention to the simple things that make a big difference. Check out our new patio furniture that I’m obsessed with. We’ve been parallel-pathing landscape designs and our ambitions with the outdoor space, and while we can’t tackle it all now, we knew we wanted a sophisticated area to sit and sip coffee under the redwood trees in the morning. I love these pieces from Industry West – can you see the vision? I dream of those summer afternoons sitting on that patio chair with a good book and a cold cocktail. Let me know what you think of the finds, and remember to check out Industry West for their modern furniture & decor. I’m sharing more about my patio nook here.

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Okay, let’s jump into some moody interior decor. I found this design from Arceri Interiors and I’m in love with the warm and cozy vibe it’s giving. The vintage elements blended with a few clean and neutral pieces work so well together. Any room with a giant gold framed portrait is going to be a giant YES from me. I found some looks for less if you’re hoping to match this vibe; let’s jump in:

Vintage Portrait Painting

Wall Art

First up, I here is the vintage portrait painting for the centerpiece of your moody interior space. This painting absolutely needs a gold frame – so I found not just one, but two! This also is the perfect combination for a gallery wall.

Dried Wildflower Bouquet

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Next, we have this stunning dried wildflower bouquet. This is a simple touch to add to your space that will bring a touch of nature indoors without being too overbearing. Place these in a vase and you’re good to go!

Rattan Vase

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Speaking of a vase, what do you think about this rattan vase? It’s elegant and the perfect vessel for your dried florals.

Gold Candelabra

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Check out this gold candelabra to add some lighting to your moody interior decor. This candelabra is perfect for cultivating a welcoming warmth and inspired atmosphere to your home. Here are some of my favorite luxury candles to create the same vibe.

Linen Decorative Books

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Next, we have these linen decorative books. Throwing in some linen-covered books to your moody interior setup can really amp up the vibe, bringing in cool textures, vintage vibes, and a bit of your own personal style.

Display Cabinet

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Okay, I am in love with this display cabinet. This doesn’t just add style but offers practical storage for your home accents. The color contrast is also perfect for the moody interior decor vibe.

Black Clay Jar

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This black clay jar is the perfect piece to add to your display cabinet. Whether your moody interior leans towards a more modern, traditional, or eclectic design, this black clay jar can adapt and enhance the aesthetic cohesiveness of the space.

Dried Willow Branch

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Next, we have these dried willow branches. Their subtle presence adds drama in a restrained and elegant manner, enhancing the moody atmosphere without disrupting the overall harmony of the space.

Plant Stand Stool

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This plant stand stool is a great rustic piece to add to any moody interior decor. Not only does it add an organic and visually appealing element to your moody interior but also serves as a functional and versatile piece to add your plant decor on!

Textured Planter

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Last, I found this textured planter that you can add any florals, branches, or plants to. Its ability to harmonize with nature and create visual interest makes it a valuable addition to the overall aesthetic of the space.

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Moody Design by Arceri Interiors

What do you think about this moody interior decor? I cannot wait to continue down my Pinterest rabbit hole and share more design space with you! Check out more mood boards on my blog here. Hope you all have a beautiful rest of your week! xoxo

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