I love everything about the West Hollywood home featured on the cover of May's House Beautiful. Although it was meticulously designed by Melissa Warner, the only thing consistent about the room is its inconsistency. The fabrics, styles of furniture, colors, and textures vary from one piece of furniture to the next. It's not one of those matchy-matchy rooms we see time and time again in most magazines. In this home, I think it looks as though the pieces were bought simply because they are each, individually beautiful. And, as fate would have it, when they were all placed in the space together, naturally, they created something even more beautiful: a light, feminine, happy home. At least, I know I'd be happy as a clam kicking back there on a Sunday night to watch another BBC period piece, mini-series (which is exactly what I did last night. Finally saw Elizabeth Gaskell's North & South.... mmm, hello Mr. Thornton).