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Wednesday
Jun272012

chez poppy de villeneuve

When I stumbled across Poppy de Villeneuve's fabulous Brooklyn apartment this morning, I knew that I had to make some time during my lunch break to blog it out. I'm a bit surprised by how much I love this apartment as I'm usually not the biggest fan of wood details... perhaps it's because she makes them seem wonderfully feminine. I love that she admiditly went without a kitchen table for eight months until she found the perfect one (my kind of girl). On a side note, I'm totally naming my future daughter Poppy. It's a done deal :)

(photos by Sam Horine)

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I love the framed butterflies! Thanks for sharing! xx

06.27.2012 | Unregistered CommenterNancy

The long dining table is really nice. Wooden furniture gives the whole apartment a nostalgic look!

06.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMsanhle

GREAT POST:)
GREAT POST:) Your blog is so wonderful and Im following...I hope you follow me also:)

If you want some cute swedish decor inspiration...check out my new post:)

Have a great week.

LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
(sweden)

These photos rendered me speechless. I'm in awe of Poppy's ability to combine all the wooden/natural elements without feeling like a science museum or a biologist's office. Yes, yes, YES.

fUNNY, we also went without a table for that long...

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07.27.2012 | Unregistered CommenterJEN RAMOS

What an amazing apartment! I love the way it is a rustic oasis in the middle of a concrete jungle. Thanks for sharing! Well done cranking out a post on a lunch break. Very efficient. :)

07.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMary Beth Rust

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