The home of Ashley Merrill, Lunya brand’s creator, blurs the lines between California coastal and minimalist with just the right amount of colour, quirk and artfully chosen art. So that’s all great and gorgeous but what really got me inspired are the smaller details. Shall we observe some of these together?
The Fiddle fig tree planter’s dark colour, a refreshing alternative to the overused concrete planters we’ve seen all over lately.
The light filled room. Did you notice that there are no window covering in sight? Why do people feel systematically compelled to hang them at every window is beyond me.
The rug. Oversized stripes add graphic interest to the room without too much visual stimulation or taking away from the room’s other elements.
“Ashley’s use of trend juxtaposition throughout the home is refreshing. She mentions that she loves pulling from many different styles and eras that inspire her. “I find that trends come and go quickly and as I get older I can’t be replacing couches every time something goes in or out of fashion,” she says.” – Lonny
The chairs. I mean, take a look at those wooden theatre chairs mounted on retro metal frames, adding warmth to the room. Brilliant.
The pièce de résistance in terms of cuteness is the nursery all in blush, indigo and white.
The rug is pure perfection, although no longer available at Anthro.
The pink shibori pompoms floor pillows, custom made by Kitchen + Kraft. They are just adorable.
The Serena & Lily hanging rattan chair.
The handmade beads wall hanging. Simple in shape and yet striking in style.
The indigo mud cloth fabric covering the headboard from The General Store.
The mud cloth pillow on the bed.
The herringbone hide rug at the foot of the bed.
Source: Photographed by Monica Wang for Lonny0