Happy Friday my dears! I am excited to kick off another weekend, how about you? Two days to relax, unwind, and enjoy some time with family and friends, plus squeeze in a bit of restorative yoga and a nice, hot bath. :) And I will hopefully make it to these open studios, which seems like a fun + festive start to November! If you live in the Boston area and decide to attend, maybe I will see you there? Anyway, on to the topic of the day: major interior inspiration brought to us via North Queensland, Australia!
This is a peek inside the home of Claire & family, including their newest addition, sweet little Eulalie. Claire, who blogs at One Claire Day, used to work as a stylist in Sydney before moving back to her hometown of North Queensland and starting her family. Her home is filled with the kind of personal, creative details that I know are meaningful to many of us.
Eulalie’s nursery takes my breath away. This is a small corner of it above, with colorful cushions creating a seating area on the floor, tiny buntings, a branch as curtain rod, DIY wall art, and a stunning hanging lamp. Wow, right?
Many of these beautiful details can be crafted by hand for very little cost and rounded out with unique vintage items, though the effect is rich and collected. One “splurge” in Eulalie’s room was Carmel the camel, seen on the floor above. Definitely worth it, in my humble opinion.
A sweet vignette curated atop a vintage green chest displays woodland creatures, dried branches, and a grouping of friendly art. Claire says the whole room came together around this vintage chest, and I can see why – it has tons of character!
Elsewhere in their home the vintage/eclectic look also prevails – I adore the small eating nook (top) and office above. The desk is a DIY and looks so simple to make, it kind of makes me question why any of us purchase new desks! Please do go visit Claire at One Claire Day to see more and to say hello. And enjoy your weekend!! xo Laura
(all images: One Claire Day)