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Interior Love // The Wallace Collection

For someone with a pretty minimalistic style and aesthetic, I get pretty excited about colorful and overly ornate interiors. After seeing just a couple of photos of this museum, The Wallace Collection went straight on my list of places to visit. Set in a historic townhouse, this donation-based museum holds a super impressive collection of 18th century French paintings, furniture, porcelain and sculptures, and art from as early as the 15th century.

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Interior Love // Toronto Reference Library

There's not much to say about this place other than, it's beautiful. I saw a photo and have been wanting to check it out for myself for quite some time, so I did. I started at the top and worked my way down the library's five floors, each offering amazing vantage points of all that architectural goodness. These are a couple of my favorite scenes from my morning at the Toronto Reference Library.

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Interior Love // Our SF Airbnb

It's been about two weeks since we've been back from San Francisco where we celebrated my twin sister's wedding. It was such a beautiful night (check it out: #jaudreysf)! Unfortunately, Margot had an awful fever a good chunk of the time we were there, so I wasn't able to take as many photos as I'd have loved on this trip, but I at least got a couple of shots of this beautiful Airbnb we stayed in. A quintessential San Francisco home in NOPA, updated with the most amazing decor and styling, it was the perfect space (and amount of space) for spending some much needed quality time with our entire family on the days leading up to the wedding. This place is an interiors lover's dream—I'm still drooling over it!

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Interior Love // Tommy Café

We spent my first Mother's Day in Montréal and, needless to say, it was an incredibly beautiful weekend spent with the people I love most (see more of our trip, here). The day started off here at Tommy Café, hanging out on the balcony and watching for the rain to subside. Normally, the rain would have bummed me out, but sippin' on my latte and eating my bagel in such a lovely space as this—I couldn't be bothered!

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