I stumbled upon the blog and beautiful home of photographer Natalie Wright this week, and you'll be happy I did! Her house is full of good ideas and a lot of fun DIY stuff.
Let's begin at the front entry...
This entry vignette has basically everything I love--neutrals, gold, nature, and interesting furniture. Natalie has created cool little vignettes all over her house. Love them.
How cool is the chalkboard? And the totally indestructible painted concrete floor?
These two little spaces are probably my favorite images from Natalie's home.
You know that awkward nook cutout by the stairs? Not awkward at the Wright house. No dusty faux ivy on this ledge. (thank you!)
LOVE the mirrored sideboard. Like REALLY love it.
And Natalie clearly had more luck with her chevron painting skills than I did!
Ahhhh, to have such organized kitchen cabinets! The labels are beautiful and so functional, and I love the idea of handing measuring cups and spoons inside the door. Such a good use of space.
This vintage mail sorter is just perfect for the collection of vintage cameras.
Perfect laundry/mud room. The wainscoting, the whitewashed floors, the curtain ties, and that door.
The re-purposed old window hides the breaker box? This is genius.