We just found out we have to move from our apartment again, which was a month to month rental while we searched for a house to buy. We're discussing the option of signing a year lease for our next apartment, because not having a permanent home for the last couple of years is really starting to wear on me. I'm sure the minute we sign the lease the house of dreams will pop up, but I'm willing to risk it at this point.
With this change comes an excitement about interior decorating again, and I'm already gathering together inspiration folders for our next home. Dark, light, pattern and shine has always been my guiding theme, and I'm hoping I find some things in Rome and Florence to add to my mixture.
This home belonging to Roman Alonso, the creative director of Commune, has so many things I'm drawn to right now. The first room, in all its bohemian glory, hits all the right spots with a sheepskin rug, patterned pillows, and rosy pink picture(still obsessing over this color).
I also really enjoyed his interview, which you can find in the magazine or online, along with more images.
I love this quote:
"My philosophy is: Live with it and love it to death because we don't know how long we're going to be here."