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it's complicated {fall inspiration}

04 November 2012





Thanks for sharing in my joy as I share
highlights from our Paris trip--you're the best!

I'll share more inspiration, but we don't want Paris
burnout or to ignore all the other lovely, oui?
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Years later, I'm still loving the set
interiors for "It's Complicated"
and have compiled images for sweet fall
decor which has a decidedly 'undecorated' vibe.
 


So simple and pretty.


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Lots of neutrals and pops of orange.


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Dude! Can you imagine calling this cottage home?
 
 



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Any details thrilling you here?
 

 

source: most images via cote de texas
linking with MMS's FFF.

23 Responses to “it's complicated {fall inspiration}”

  1. Hi M!

    So sweet to hear from you!!! I love this place. The real house is for sale. I've made a post about it. Did you see it??

    I got the link if you want to take a look: http://www.homebunch.com/its-complicated-house-for-sale/

    I love the movie one better than the real house, but the location is outstading!

    I'm happy to hear you had a great time in Paris... Oh la la!

    Lots of love to you,


    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  2. I couldn't agree more...I have always absolutely adored this set! It's so simple & understated, yet cozy cottage perfection.

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  4. what a truly beautiful home!! i've never seen the movie but I feel like I have to now simply for the interior design on the set!

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  5. Is this not the greatest house? I love the kitchen, the terra cotta roof tiles, and the chest in the bedroom. I will have a marble top table in the kitchen before it is over!
    Than you for sharing, sweet Michele, and have a Happy Monday.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  6. Gorgeous home and I especially love the welcoming kitchen - loved the film too!
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Love this look....simple, rustic, and chic......

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  8. One of my favorite movie homes, ever. Makes me want to pick up and move to Santa Barbara! I love the exposed wood beams and pops of color against a mostly neutral background.

    Thanks for keeping us disciplined and savoring the Paris details - not gobbling them up all at once like Halloween candy!

    Hope you have a lovely week! XO

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  9. So chic and lovely - the pops of orange really make it for me! And to have a potting area... divine xxx

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  10. wow the interiors are just lovely!! gorgeous home wish this could be mine :-)

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  11. What's NOT to like?!?!?!?! franki

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  12. We will never tire of looking at the kitchen! It's gorgeous.

    xx
    leslie

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  13. I love this house because it's so "undecorated". I love the metal windows, exterior, kitchen (of course) and the bedroom. But I find it all quite cozy and beautiful!

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  14. I am in love with it all. Yet another movie I purchased so I could watch it over and over again admiring the gorgeous interiors!

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  15. I adore the open floor plan, Michele! Rustic mixed with femine, dark with light, and a little French thrown in = Perfection! *sigh....*!

    xoxo laurie

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  16. I may have to rent this movie again just for the decor... is that weird??
    So nice to have your visit to my blog too!
    Marcy

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  17. Ah! A fav movie and some fav snaps.
    I love her kitchen in the movie and her profession too. I wish I was Meryl Streep :P

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  18. This is one of my favorite homes! Love the look and feel!

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  19. not weird at all...i always find inspiration when i watch this movie!

    :)

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  20. So FAB! I love the uncluttered clutter, is that such a thing? I wish I could achieve something like this! The multiple organized stacks of books, the extra throws, and the abundance of pillows - I wish I was clever enough to pull it off!

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  21. I love this movie and the photos of the home are fabulous!

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  22. i feel like one of the elements about this home so many of us respond to is the live-ability in such a place. we see meryl cooking, feeding people, snuggling, hosting, gardening, bathing, etc. it's not a group of pretty collection of objects for others to admire and envy. it's a backdrop for love.

    :)

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