This is indoorsy and wintry in the best way and makes me feel optimistic about the months of cold ahead. You can imagine that the light filling the room is glinting off snow. The modern details and yellow feel cheerful. This looks like a good place to wile away a Sunday afternoon with a cup of tea and a good book.
The inspiration was featured in one of the Home Tours on Martha Stewart's Home & Garden site (here), and it was orginally been featured in Blueprint. Suzanna Bierwirth is the creative director and founder of Binth, which creates graphic, whimsical designs like those featured on the pillows here. This was the kitchen-side living area from her Chicago row house.
The sofa has to be the Odette from Mitchell Gold. Find it here.
The side table is La Bohème 3 by Kartell, available for $198 here.
This blanket is made from real, Connecticut sheep and costs $160 for a queen size, found via Remodelista.
The pillow on the left is by Fauna and the pillow on the right is by three sheets 2 the wind, $36 and $85, respectively.