Bright & Cheery Home of Ulla Johnson in Domino Magazine

Bright Cheery Dining Room Table of Ulla Johnson in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

I first spotted this lovely bright and cheery living room of clothing designer Ulla Johnson on Domino Magazine’s instagram feed. This is the color palette that I am always drawn to across all projects: mostly neutral with hints of green, steel blue, brown leather and pink.

Bright Cheery Living Room Table of Ulla Johnson in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

I really like the glass pendant shown here that has a distinct but subtle look that doesn’t overpower the space. I also really like the texture of all the textiles in the space.

Dresser in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

I am particularly obsessed with how people decorate their tiny details on dressers and other surfaces around the house. You can see where I’ve cataloged these on my Pinterest board “decor details“.

Fireplace in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

Mantles too stump me a bit. I don’t like things that look too cluttered or likewise too styled and it’s hard to strike that delicate balance in this spot. My own fireplace mantle is deep and in a corner so it is an awkward spot. I think I’ve finally found a good solution but it took me almost ten years before finding it. Ha!

Kids Bedroom with Cherry Blossoms in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

I love the simplicity of this bedroom. It is sweet and lovely and I’d like to imagine a space like this for my daughter, but the reality is the floor is covered in legos and her walls plastered with drawings and I’m not sure either one of us have inherited the “minimal” gene.

Wall of Bookshelves in Domino Magazine | Gather Goods Co

I’ve been brainstorming bookshelves for our house too for a few years since we are avid readers and have books in all the nooks and crannies of our home. I’ve cataloged a lot of bookcases on Pinterest too here. We’ve finally purchased the lumber so I’m excited to see how they turn out. What solutions have you found for keeping all your books tidy and accessible?

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