So many things I love. Where to begin? I love the custom touch of the full-length lumbar pillow on her Lee Industries sofa. She seamlessly mixes high and low end furnishings by pairing her Lee Industries sofa with a West Elm jute rug and Target coffee tables.
I have to say I haven't always been a huge fan of the honeycomb mirror, but it is perfect in this space! And, yes it is the Pier 1 version. Behind the sofa is a black painted console table that she upgraded by placing a mirror (instead of glass) on top of it. Love that custom touch and all the touches of 'green' especially the green mini shades on the chandelier.
Traditional meets modern with the antique secretary paired with the lucite stool. Love it! Steele lined the inside of the secretary with a cream wallpaper to lighten it up. Brilliant!
I love the color she painted on these walls - grayish pink called Calamine by Farrow & Ball. I love the camelback sofa paired with the painted cane back chairs and all the pops of pink, green and brown (note the Ziggurat curtain fabric by Quadrille?).
Love the chinoiserie meets Palm Beach feel of her dining room. She introduces an unexpected pattern by adding wallpaper which is a great touch. One of the things I found amazing is that Steele and her husband had almost nothing (very little furniture and small budget) when they moved into this cottage and yet their home looks like it has been lived in and effortlessly collected over years. It's perfection if you ask me!