Darling Decor: Wainscot Love

Oh wainscot, how I love thee. {What has happened to my life that those words just came out of my mouth? Anyone with me on this?}

Wainscot {wayns-coat} is officially defined as: the lower three or four feet (about one meter) of an interior wall when finished differently from the remainder of the wall. But my definition would sound something like: heaven in decor, reminding me of a seaside cottage, something I would like to have ASAP.

Now since I told you that this blog would be a little bit of baby fever remedies mixed with a little bit of nesting design, I think it’d be a perfect way to end the week by calling out this lovely textured piece of decor, don’t you?

I’d be happy to wait for you in the foyer of this house. No rush at all :)

Cue the baby fever… slightly.

I hope you all have a great weekend enjoying the company of those you love. Next week we will have some darling maternity shoots, and even a little nursery tour from a fellow blogger!

Interested in guest blogging or taking us on a tour of your nursery? Let me know!

Happy Friday :)

Image credits (from top): Chris Kauffman of Just Beachy, X, This Old House, Look Linger Love, Ralph Lauren HomeThornton Designs, Designed to the Nines, Source Needed, Glamour This, Little Crown InteriorsDesigned to the Nines.

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5 Responses to Darling Decor: Wainscot Love

  1. Thanks for featuring Mavi’s Nursery! Glad you like it :)

  2. Marissa says:

    I am in some maaaad crazy love with Wainscoting. Not to mention it reminds me of Ct, and well, you already know about my love for that state :)

  3. Miriam says:

    I love the beachy feel of the wainscot decor when paired with grey. I’m loving that dining room… My dining room is also painted in that color with a similar dining table, I just need to find a fun chandelier like that! The wainscot would add a nice touch too.

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