A Mid-Century Condo in Palm Beach

16 Mar

This weekend I’m writing to you from a 20th floor balcony in sunny Palm Beach. (Brag much?) The brother of one of my good friends was kind enough to loan us his condo for a girls’ weekend. After I finished swooning over all their amazing vintage furniture finds (I’m not kidding. I gasped and then hugged a credenza when we walked in), I quickly snapped a few pics to share with you. Take a look.

(Sorry for the crappy iPhone pictures. It’s all I had. I’m writing this from the WordPress app on my phone and I can’t figure out how to edit them. I think they’re all a little crooked…which I might just blame on the mojitos!)

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The wall color is Barely Teal by Benjamin Moore (which btw is the same color as my kitchen ceiling which I’ve sadly never shown you. Sorry!). Every person on the trip was trying to figure out a place to put it their homes. It’s just so pretty and soothing.

Thanks again to our hosts for loaning us their beautiful place!!

XO

Sue at Home

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3 Responses to “A Mid-Century Condo in Palm Beach”

  1. Matthew Arendt March 16, 2014 at 9:29 am #

    So can I now say “my design work has been published”? Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2014 12:01:52 +0000 To: matthewarendt@hotmail.com

  2. Habitat2Home May 4, 2014 at 12:09 am #

    Wow! I would have hugged the furniture too! Love love love! Thank you so much for the eye candy! I originally came from the Rit dye Pinterest board about your pink chair and fell in love with your house! The dark teal living room is beautiful!

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