Someone’s At Home: Summer Edition

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

I love looking at interior design photos, and since you’re here, I know that you do, too!  🙂 Something that consistently makes me feel a deeper connection with an interior design photo is an element I have come to call “someone’s at home.”  That beautiful home office design with a glass of water on the desk; a pantry filled with fresh fruit; fresh flowers on a tabletop surface; an open gate; reading glasses left on top of a pile of books or paperwork; even a smiling dog!  These images form a connection between me and the home itself, making even the fanciest houses feel cozy and lived in.

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Dering Hall

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Betsy Brown

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Elle Decor

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Houzz

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Clary Bosbyshell

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Threebirds Renovations

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Country Living

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Katie Ridder

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Timber Trails

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Sims Hilditch

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

House Beautiful

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

Mark D. Sikes

Someone's At Home: Summer Edition {Details Blog}

BHG

 

Do you have a favorite “someone’s at home” element?  Let me know in the comments!

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