For an interior designer in Phoenix, it means schlepping from one appointment to another in a vehicle that never truly cools off inside. It also means you're constantly reapplying deodorant and that you always have a back up top. It's as delightful as it sounds.
I love living in Arizona, I really do but I absolutely detest the summers here.
I'll get through it this year the way I always do, homemade mango margaritas and practically moving in with friends who have backyard pools. There's also the whining and the complaining.
Oh and dreaming of the coastal estate I someday hope to have. A rustic, casually elegant home with an ocean view that I can escape to half of the year and pretend that 115 doesn't really exist.
I'm thinking the foyer would look a little something like this:
The furnishings would be an eclectic mix of high (mirror, chandelier) and low (the rug is recycled denim from West Elm!) and the palette would be airy neutrals with wood tones and blue being the only accent.
How gorgeous would these light, rustic oak floors be in my coastal estate? Seriously.
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