Home Tour: Natalie Nassar’s Layered, Family Home

Natalie Nassar's layered, collected home tour with global style

Some people are just born with great style, and as soon as you meet stylist Natalie Nassar, you’ll immediately see that’s she one of those people. We’ve had the pleasure of working with Natalie for years. First as an in-house stylist and now as a freelance stylist, Natalie makes sure every detail of our seasonal rooms are perfect. So we weren’t surprised to find that she designed the Atlanta home she shares with her husband and daughter Noura with the same care.

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home has a narrow entry that she's outfitted with a narrow entry console and an oversized mirror

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home has a narrow entry that she's outfitted with a narrow entry console and an oversized mirror

Ballard Designs: There’s an immediate warmth when we step into your home. How do you create that warm feeling with furniture pieces and accessories?

Natalie Nassar: I really like to mix different styles of furniture and accessories. I have a lot of mid century modern things, antiques, classic pieces and global looking pieces. I have found that I like the mix because it makes my home feel more collected and not so stale. Plus it just makes things less boring and more interesting. I also like to use cacti and succulents to warm up my spaces. It’s an easy and non-expensive fix to adding green and life to your home. Cacti and succulents are very easy to take care of. They need a little water and a good amount of sunlight. To me they have more of a modern look and I have a lot of them throughout the house!

the dining room of Natalie's house

Details of stylist Natalie Nassar's dining room

BD: So many people struggle with making their home both stylish AND functional for their busy families. You seem to have struck that perfect balance! How has your home changed since your 18-month old Noura has joined the family?

NN: I have tried to keep the house in the same state that it was pre-Noura with just some alterations. Of course you have to baby-proof once they start to move about but there are a few little adjustments I have made for organization and ease for her and me. I am naturally a very neat and organized person but once Noura came into our lives a lot of that went out the window! I had to learn to relax and realize that things can’t be perfect all the time in the house. Usually the house is a wreck until we put her to sleep at night and then I straighten up. I find that cleaning up at the end of the day De-clutters my brain and refreshes the space for the next day to begin.

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home which she shares with her husband, 18 month old Noura, and a baby on the way

1. Baskets are key! I have 2 large baskets from ikea that look great and hold a lot of toys. Makes for easy clean up to throw toys into baskets at the end of day.

2. If you’re like us, furnishing your home seems like a constant thing so make sure you’re making smart purchasing decisions. When choosing upholstery, go for something not too light in color and that is durable. I know Ballard offers a lot of great outdoor fabric options that don’t even look outdoor. These fabrics hold up well to stains and are great for high traffic areas. Also Scotchgard your new pieces! For picking coffee tables, I recommend choosing things that don’t have sharp corners. Our coffee table is not an upholstered ottoman but there are no sharp edges to it.

3. Choose a pretty throw or blanket to cover up the seat cushions on your couch. We are always on the couch with snacks or crayons or things that can be messy which is just real life- a pretty covering is great because it looks good/can add color and style and protects your couch!

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home which she shares with her husband, 18 month old Noura, and a baby on the way

BD: Do you approach decorating differently now that you have a toddler and a newborn on the way?

NN: I would say I do and I don’t. My style will always stay consistent and I will always find a way to make whatever space I am working on work for me and the kids! Child locks on cabinets are absolutely necessary, and make sure that anything low is safe to grab.

BD: Let’s talk about your camel obsession. They pop up all around your house, and you’ve even used one as the logo for your design business, Natalie Nassar Designs.

NN: Yes I love camels! I found a camel pendant charm in my mom’s jewelry box years ago and found out it belonged to my grandmother. I wear it all the time, and since then I’ve become obsessed with them. I collect them in different forms. They’re kind of a theme in Noura’s room.

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home which she shares with her husband, 18 month old Noura, and a baby on the way

BD: You mentioned in our podcast episode that you typically choose more neutral colors for your large furniture pieces so that they’re more versatile long term. How often do you move things around or switch up accessories?

NN: I personally like to choose my big pieces in neural colors. If you ever want to move pieces around, it makes it easier. I always keep in mind that we might move one day. Of course, I move accessories around all the time. It freshens things up and makes things look new and different. I change the pillows and textiles out on the couches and swap bedding probably once a year. It really can make a difference!

Stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home which she shares with her husband, 18 month old Noura, and a baby on the way

An antique shoe rack that Natalie uses for linen storage

BD: It seems like there’s no space in your home that’s too small to be styled or given proper attention. What are your strategies for giving mundane or functional areas personality?

NN: As I mentioned before adding plants like cacti and succulents really helps a space. Green life can change everything! Also I use a lot of trays and containers to wrangle accessories or functional things in. For example, I keep my kitchen scrub brushes in a cylindrical vase and my soaps are sitting on a tray so it looks neat. I love to use different decorative bowls for accessories and for functional use.

The hand soap Natalie stockpiles to use in her bathrooms and kitchen

BD: You obviously love to mix styles and periods together. When you’re pulling two seemingly different items into the same room, how can you be sure they’ll feel harmonious?

NN: I’m pretty decisive when it comes to picking new things out for my home. I use my phone to take pictures of items I’m considering constantly and then look at it simultaneously in the room. Sometimes it’s hard if purchasing something online because colors can vary, so getting swatches or looking at an item in person is important if you can. Generally, if you like the item and you continue to mix a couple different styles into your home it will start to meld together. Just try to keep the same mix going and it will work. A color way helps everything feel cohesive.

The dark butler's pantry in stylist Natalie Nassar's Atlanta home

BD: Tell us about the gorgeous wooden shelves throughout your home. We hear your dad built these for you?

NN: My dad Joe Kriss has been a woodworker since as long as I can remember. He picked it up from his father when he was young. Since he’s retired, he has started his own business woodworking making pieces such as shelves, dining tables, coffee tables and consoles. Of course I have put him to work! I thought about what I wanted in my butler’s pantry for a couple of months and drew out a plan for him. The space was just bare walls so I knew there was great potential for it. I think it was originally supposed to be a small little office space but for me I needed the extra storage for platters and serveware. His execution was perfect, and I love it! He also did our breakfast table and the countertops on either side of our fireplace. I love the mix of dark wood, white and black and this is a reoccurring theme throughout the house. He is extremely talented and a perfectionist. He can do anything custom made!

Natalie's first daughter Noura's bedroom features lots of neutrals and a camel theme

BD: Your daughters’ nurseries are so sweet. Where did you start when decorating their rooms from scratch?

NN: I wanted Noura’s nursery to be very calm and serene. I started with the gold shag rug and the two white bookcases on either side of her crib. From there I built around it, picking the neutral slipcovered fabric on the rocker and ottoman. I wanted to keep it to gray, white, and golds. As she grows up, I know she’ll have more of an opinion about her room, so all of these neutral pieces can carry forward!

Natalie's soon-to-be newborn Camille's nursery has a bold rug and pink accents

For baby girl Camille’s room, I found the rug at first and built from there. I wanted a little bit more of a pop of color but kept the rest of the room neutral.

For both rooms, I kept in mind that one day we might end up with a boy, so I wanted pieces to be versatile. Neither of the cribs are gender specific, nor are the rocking chairs in both rooms. Making smart purchasing decisions like that will make for easy room design in the future, no matter how our family grows!

Stylist Natalie Nassar's master bedroom in her Atlanta home

BD: On the podcast, we talked about how a budget can be the biggest road block for people in decorating their homes. Where do you like to save money in your budget, and which areas do you prefer to splurge?

NN: I splurge on the big pieces like upholstery and casegoods. If you buy a big piece that is not good quality I have found that you will be kicking yourself in a few short years when it has to be replaced because it just didn’t hold up. I am thrifty when it comes to accessories. Ikea and Homegoods are my go-to stores for smaller accessory items. You just have to be focused for what you are looking for! I love going to thrift stores and antique stores/markets for art which is much cheaper usually.

Stylist Natalie Nassar's master bedroom in her Atlanta home

Be sure to listen to our podcast episode with Natalie to hear even more about her home, and of course subscribe in iTunes or anywhere you listen to podcasts! Or listen to all of our previous episodes here.

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Caroline McDonald

Caroline McDonald

Caroline lives for pairing together patterns, mixing furniture styles, and oogling over our newest furniture pieces. As you can imagine, her little 1920's craftsman is in a constant state of flux. Here on How to Decorate, it's her goal to help you turn your home into your own little slice of paradise.

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  1. Reply

    Wanda

    October 9, 2018

    Can you tell me about the wide gold framed mirror in the entryway in the first couple of pictures? Was it a Ballard purchase? I love your home!

    • Reply

      Heather Daly

      October 17, 2018

      Hi Wanda,
      Unfortunately we do not have a source for this mirror, but check out a similar mirror here!

  2. Reply

    Lori

    July 14, 2018

    I love the rug in the entry (orange and dark blue tones). Can you share where it is from?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      August 14, 2018

      Lori,
      I believe this is an antique rug that Natalie purchased at Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta!
      Caroline

  3. Reply

    Jessica

    June 28, 2018

    I just adore the rug in Camille’s nursery. Can you tell me if that was a vintage find or if it can be found for purchase. I’m looking for one just like it. Thank you!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      August 14, 2018

      Jessica,
      I believe it was from Anthrologie actually.
      So glad you like it!
      Caroline

  4. Reply

    Ann

    May 5, 2018

    Hi,
    I love everything about this Home. So well put together and such great style. Where are the curtain rods from, pretty please. Can you ask Natalie and let us know. Thank you

  5. Reply

    Sue B.

    April 28, 2018

    What a beautiful home! Can you please tell me where the dining room buffet lamps are from? Thank you!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      May 3, 2018

      Sue,
      Thank you for your comment, and I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed seeing Natalie’s home! Unfortunately, I don’t know where Natalie purchased these lamps, but here are two options that are similar: our Matilda Lamp and our Whitney Lamp.
      Caroline

  6. Reply

    Lisa Herd

    April 27, 2018

    I love this home! Can you tell me where to purchase the coffee table. It is oval with s brass blade and white top.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      August 21, 2018

      Lisa,
      I’m sorry but I don’t have any information about the coffee table. I’m so sorry!
      Caroline

  7. Reply

    Ivona

    January 3, 2018

    This home is so timelessly warm and inviting – I love the cohesive use of gold touches throughout and the eclectic mix of neutrals. Great inspiration here!

  8. Reply

    Brittany

    September 20, 2017

    I love your style! Can you tell me where the arched mirror above the side table in the Master is from? Thank you!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      September 21, 2017

      Brittany,
      These are from Ballard Designs but they’re discontinued!

  9. Reply

    Ashley Pedersen

    August 29, 2017

    Hi! Love the article and Natalie’s home. Any idea where the scalloped light fixture in the nursery is from?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      August 29, 2017

      Ashley,
      It’s from Anthropologie — not sure if they still have it though.

  10. Reply

    JORDAN COLDRICK

    July 10, 2017

    Where did she find the pinkish persian rug in Camille’s nursery?

    Thank you!

  11. Reply

    ELISHA LOGUE

    June 13, 2017

    Would love to know if any of the wall art in dining or entry are from Ballard. Also, the master rug?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      June 14, 2017

      Elisha,
      I believe most of the art in the dining room and entry are collected pieces and family photos. The rug in the master bedroom is vintage from Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta.
      I’m glad you enjoyed this house tour!
      Caroline

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    Regina

    June 5, 2017

    Since the coloring of the photos seem to be off a little may I ask what color are the skirted parsons chairs in the dining room? I am assuming they are from Ballards.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      June 5, 2017

      Regina,
      They’re our Claire Gray fabric. Glad you like this space!

  13. Reply

    Sadaf

    June 4, 2017

    Please tell me the name of the paint colors she has used in her home, especially the foyer. This is the perfect color palette I’ve been looking for! I have many global furnishings too, but my dark walls are doing them no justice. I want to re-paint with the light gray I’m seeing in these photos, please help, I would be so grateful.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      June 5, 2017

      Sadaf,

      Here are all of the paint colors:

      Downstairs foyer, living room, and kitchen– Behr Wheat Bread

      Master Bedroom–SW Jogging Path

      Dining room, butler pantry, powder room– Behr Anonymous

      Both girls bedrooms- Behr La Paloma Gray

  14. Reply

    Casey

    May 24, 2017

    About the bedroom-
    These side tables are the perfect color- it looks like Ballard Design only has a gray, is this dusty blue available or sold out?
    Also do you have the info On where the bedside lamps are from?
    Love this space!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      May 24, 2017

      Casey,
      This is actually the gray color! And the lamps are vintage so we don’t actually have any information about it.

  15. Reply

    Ashley Shammas

    May 13, 2017

    What stain did you do on your floors? Your home is beautiful!

  16. Reply

    Stephanie

    April 30, 2017

    And what about the living room wingback chairs? Where are they from and what is the upholstery? Thanks!!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      May 2, 2017

      I’m not sure about where the wingbacks are from, but they are upholstered in a black linen!

  17. Reply

    Stephanie

    April 30, 2017

    Do you know the details of the living room rug?

  18. Reply

    Lindsay Murray

    April 29, 2017

    I absolutely love this house. It was a great article on a lovely home.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      May 2, 2017

      Lindsay,
      Thank you so much! So glad you liked this episode.
      Caroline

  19. Reply

    Kelly Higdon

    April 20, 2017

    There isn’t a single thing I don’t love about this home! Probably a long shot I know but is there any chance you know the name of the plant in between the navy wingback chairs in her living room??

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      April 21, 2017

      Kelly,
      Those are eucalyptus branches in a vase! So glad you like this home tour.
      Caroline

  20. Reply

    Heather

    April 19, 2017

    Hello,

    What a beautiful space. Where are the mirrors from above the nightstand in the bedroom? They are such a unique shape, do you know what that shape is called?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      April 19, 2017

      Heather,
      They are a discontinued Ballard Designs mirror. Sorry! I agree it’s a pretty arched shape, and we do have a couple of mirror options with a similar look, like our Rosamund Mirror and our Elin Mirror.

  21. Reply

    Patricia

    April 15, 2017

    Beautiful and warm. Would you happen to know where the nightstands in her bedroom are from? Thank you!

  22. Reply

    Carolina S.

    April 13, 2017

    I’m a little obsessed with the bedroom. Can you tell me where the bed throw pillows are from as well as the velvet quilt? Thanks

  23. Reply

    sherry hart

    April 13, 2017

    Love her home…so warm and eclectic!

  24. Reply

    Kelly Higdon

    April 11, 2017

    Such a beautiful home. Well done! Can you tell me where the large black and white botanical print in her living room is from? Thank you.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      April 13, 2017

      Kelly,
      It’s our Arbre de la Vie print.
      Glad you like it!
      Caroline

      • Kelly Higdon

        April 17, 2017

        Thank you so much for the quick response!

  25. Reply

    Barbara Zeigler

    April 8, 2017

    Where can I find that white ruffled-edge mirror that hangs in the nursery?
    Beautiful, beautiful spaces by the way!

    • Reply

      Barb

      April 8, 2017

      The white mirror (“Atoll”) in the nursery is available on ballard designs.com.

  26. Reply

    Erica Marks

    April 3, 2017

    I love the bedroom furniture! Can you please tell me more about the bed and nightstands? Thx!

  27. Reply

    Casey

    April 3, 2017

    Is the blue/gray rug in the master a vintage find or can I find it somewhere!? Love the colors.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      April 19, 2017

      Casey,
      It’s vintage. Natalie bought it at Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta.

  28. Reply

    Dana

    April 3, 2017

    What rug is in her living room?

    • Lydia Merz
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      Lydia Merz

      April 3, 2017

      Hi Dana,
      We don’t sell that rug. Most of Natalie’s rugs are from Scott’s Antique Market here in Atlanta.

  29. Reply

    Annie

    April 3, 2017

    Do you know where the bookshelves in one of the nurseries are from? (The ones that flank the crib). I love those! Thank you in advance!

  30. Reply

    Candace

    March 31, 2017

    What paint color is used in the kitchen and family room? It seems to be the same beautiful color. What a lovely home for inspiration! Thanks for sharing.

    • Lydia Merz
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      Lydia Merz

      April 3, 2017

      Hi Candace,
      This is Behr Wheat Bread.

  31. Reply

    Laurie Deen

    March 31, 2017

    Where did the curtain rods in the bedrooms come from, and what color are they?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      April 19, 2017

      Laurie,
      I’m not sure where Natalie’s drapery hardware came from! I’m sorry.

  32. Reply

    Regina

    March 30, 2017

    I’m curious if the same window drapes were used in the dining room?

  33. Reply

    Elizabeth

    March 30, 2017

    I would love to know the paint color in the master bedroom. What a beautiful home.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 31, 2017

      Elizabeth,
      The paint color in the Master Bedroom is Sherwin Williams Jogging Path.
      Thanks for your comment!

  34. Reply

    Kelsey Bock

    March 26, 2017

    I love this style! Do you know where the nightstand is from?

  35. Reply

    Ann

    March 19, 2017

    I love the entrance hall runner. Where can I purchase this? Thanks

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 22, 2017

      Ann,
      This is an antique rug that Natalie bought at Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta.
      We do have several that have similar tones of red and blue. Check out our Kenzie Rug, our Kashan Rug, and our Lewis Rug.
      Happy decorating!

  36. Reply

    Vanessa

    March 19, 2017

    I love Ballard designs and am so happy that you opened a store in Natick. Subscribed to your podcast as soon as I heard about it and an almost caught up. It’s my new favorite! Decorating is a lifelong passion and it so much fun to listen to others who share my obsession. Keep up the great work!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 20, 2017

      Thank you so much, Vanessa! We are so happy to hear you’ve enjoyed listening to it. Thanks for subscribing!

  37. Reply

    Melissa Goetz

    March 11, 2017

    I love the mirror above your bedside table-where did you find it?!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 13, 2017

      Melissa,
      This is a mirror that we used to carry but has been discontinued. We do have lots of mirrors in similar styles and finishes, like our Rosamund Mirror. You can see them all here.
      Caroline

  38. Reply

    Arianna

    March 6, 2017

    Can you please tell me where the rugs are from?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 6, 2017

      Arianna,
      Most of these are vintage Oushak rugs that Natalie bought from Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta.

  39. Reply

    Elizabeth Nations

    March 4, 2017

    Oh and where she got the lamps in the front hallway please. Thank you!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 6, 2017

      Elizabeth,
      I believe the lamps are vintage from the thrift store!

  40. Reply

    Elizabeth Nations

    March 4, 2017

    Love this! Exactly the inspiration I needed. Do you know where she got the long console table and mirror in the front hallway? Thank you!

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      March 6, 2017

      Elizabeth,
      We don’t have any information about the mirror or the console table. I’m so sorry!

      • Nicole

        March 10, 2017

        Not sure about the mirror, but the console table looks identical to a silver/glass console table they sell at Pottery Barn.

  41. Reply

    Pam

    March 3, 2017

    I love her decorating style. Do you know where her living area curtains were purchased?

  42. Reply

    Sharon C.

    March 2, 2017

    I love everything about this home…what style!

  43. Reply

    Maegan

    March 2, 2017

    Wow this is so beautiful! Love this mixing of patterns and materials. Where is the bench in the hallway from ?! (Blue and cream)

  44. Reply

    Danielle

    February 23, 2017

    Her house is beautiful! Do you happen to have the name of the paint used in her bedroom?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      February 24, 2017

      Danielle,
      It’s Sherwin Williams Walking Path!
      Glad you like her home tour,
      Caroline

  45. Reply

    Randa

    February 21, 2017

    WOW. Natalie’s style speaks volumes to me. I can’t stop looking at every detail, every rug, every basket, every camel! Hands down, my all time favorite house to date. Thank you!

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    Jen

    February 18, 2017

    Can you please tell me what color the walls are in the kitchen/family room?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      February 24, 2017

      Jen, it’s Behr Wheat Bread.

  47. Reply

    Lee

    February 18, 2017

    What a great home. It is lovely and so full of character!Would you share the wall color in the nurseries?

  48. Reply

    Beverly Kratchen

    February 15, 2017

    I love everything that she has done in her home. It is beautiful and soft. Each room is inviting and happy without the use of bold bright colors. Thank you .
    Beverky

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      February 16, 2017

      Thanks so much for your comment, Beverly! Thrilled to hear you enjoyed this home tour.

  49. Reply

    Kelci

    February 11, 2017

    LOVE this home! May I ask what are the paint colors that are in the main spaces and master bedroom?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      February 24, 2017

      Kelci,
      So glad you like these spaces. The paint colors are:
      Downstairs foyer, living room, and kitchen — Behr Wheat Bread
      Master bedroom –Sherwin Williams Jogging Path
      Dining room, butler pantry, and powder room — Behr Anonymous
      Both girls bedrooms — Behr La Paloma Gray

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    Amy

    February 2, 2017

    Wow I am definitely inspired, she has managed to create a timeless look that feels like home.

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      February 2, 2017

      So happy to hear you loved this post, Amy! Thanks for reading, and I hope you’ll listen to Natalie’s podcast episode!

  51. Reply

    Reba G.

    February 1, 2017

    I agree, she really has a way to mix different styles and it all ties in beautifully!

  52. Reply

    Nancy

    January 31, 2017

    In love with Natalie’s style. Got so many great ideas for refreshing my own home’s interior! Thanks for sharing!

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    Debbie

    January 31, 2017

    So here is my question: I have a beautiful new Theodore Alexander Brooksby bed, and I’m looking for nightstands but didn’t want everything in my bedroom to be from the same collection because “those” matching type rooms look sealed and airless.

    Can you point me in a Ballard direction for nightstands that will work with the Brooksby bed?

    • Caroline McDonald
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      Caroline McDonald

      January 31, 2017

      Debbie,

      Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! Such a pretty bed you’ve picked out. I would suggest our Casa Florentina pieces for two reasons. First, your bed is quite ornate, so I think you need a nightstand that doesn’t match in finish but is a similarly ornate style. Anything to clean-lined I think might feel out of place. Our Casa Florentina pieces are beautifully hand-painted, plus you can order them in any of our 15 finishes. I think any of the white or gray finishes could work, or you might consider something like a blue or green. Look at our Casa Florentina Louis XVI Drawer and our Bombe Chest. I actually think the Bombe chest might coordinate better as the lines echo the lines of your bed.

      One final idea, consider mis-matching your nightstands. Perhaps on one side, you use one of our chests, and on the other a skirted table. Because of the style of your bed, I think a skirted table could work well!

      Best of luck!
      Caroline

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