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red sectional sofa in green living room
Duke Rug, Bassett; Coffee Table, Calligaris; Blanket (discontinued), Kate Spade; Sunshine x Stripes Throw Pillow by Leah Flores, Society6; Grimas Pendant Lamp (similar), IKEA.

At the home of self-taught interior stylist and designer Stacey-Ann Blake, splashes of color and unexpected pops of pattern abound: A tomato red sofa sits by the fireplace; paint-splattered wallpaper enlivens her daughter Cheyenne’s nursery; and although Blake’s aesthetic is eccentric, each decision is deliberate. “I live with a space for a bit, envision how I want it to look and feel, and take my time finding quality pieces,” says the mom of three. “I’m Jamaican. My approach is influenced by my culture.” 

portrait of mom and two sons

Known to her more than 50,000 Instagram followers as @designaddictmom, Blake (a schoolteacher by profession) sparked a passion for design while living in Italy. But it wasn’t until she was pregnant and on maternity leave with her firstborn, Zion, in 2008, that she discovered the world of blogging—“a by-product of being a military wife,” she says. Her husband, Andre, now a retired…

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