Natalie Clayman Interior Design

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I’ll be honest. After blogging about interior design for nearly four years, there are times when I feel completely uninspired or when it feels like there isn’t anything new to blog about that hasn’t already been seen a million times. This is exactly why it makes me so happy when I stumble upon designers or projects I have not seen before. I recently came across a photo of a room designed by Natalie Clayman which inspired me to do a little digging in order to see more of her work. I love that she uses bold colors, but doesn’t go crazy with an abundance of items in a room. She generally has a sleek, almost minimalistic approach to accessorizing that I find rather refreshing.

Decorating your dresser...

However, I have to say that my favorite rooms in her portfolio are those where she really turns up the volume with saturated color, patterns and bold accessories.

{I love this statement-making powder bathroom!)

Purple and Pink...

{I love how different this is from the baby girl nurseries we typically see.}

Fretwork

{I am dying over the fabulous pagoda mirror and Greek key chest in the nursery. That is one lucky baby!}

 

{Image Source: Natalie Clayman Interior Design}

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  1. Hello Paloma,

    I agree with you. I feel the same way at times, I can’t handle seeing the same things over and over. I’m always, always trying to find new things to post, exclusive things. I think it’s important.

    I’m liking this post today because the colors are so unique together, so vibrant. I’m not sure if I could live with it, but it’s truly inspiring.

    Great one!

    Have a wonderful day!

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com