Rue Magazine is one of our go-to sites for the latest in decor, design and living stylishly so we were pretty psyched that associate editor Kelli Ryder gave us a peek at her own awesome home that she shares with artist boyfriend, Timothy Lamb in San Francisco.
Originally from Boise, Idaho, Ryder moved with Lamb to Cali and soon began as an intern with Rue. Once her obvious flair for design was uncovered, well, the rest was history. Although, in her interview with the magazine she shared that decorating their new home to represent both of their styles was definitely a challenge, we think you'll agree she pulled it off beautifully.
Ryder combined Lamb's love for rustic pieces with her own for bright and airy decor. The couple's living room was designed around a gallery wall which Lamb curates with his artistic eye. (They rotate the pieces out when they need a change). And their bedroom's starting-off-point was West Elm's geo console, a fab white piece that looks like origami. It's now her favorite room in their home.
Head over to Rue to read the full interview, including Ryder's five tips for decorating on a budget.
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