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Whether color blocking is wearing a solid orange blouse with solid pink pants or a multi-colored dress, it is a trend that is flourishing right now (and also one that keeps coming back in style). When I saw this yellow wall on Côté Maison, I saw how well color blocking can translate into home design. [...]
The triangle trend continues…but in a more patterned optically appealing sort of way. I love the idea of taking a panel of furniture and incorporating it either with wallpaper or paint so that if you get sick of it you can refresh it with something new! (Images via Pinterest & Secret Squirrel.)
Happy Leap Year! Please excuse my need for a pun, but if there was ever a time to take the leap into using fluorescents, now is the time. Mixing bright colors is extremely on trend right now, and it’s a fun way to spice up a room or an outfit. Consider painting chairs (you can [...]
I love the simplicity of this room, yet the fact that there are many different interesting pieces and colors involved. The same can be said of this outfit. In order to mix colors and prints well, there needs to be a balance, and an easy way to accomplish this is to: 1. Steer clear of [...]
Hope you all are enjoying the holiday! There’s nothing better than a long weekend and good food and to celebrate I wanted to share on of my fave Epicurious recipes, for Apple, Goat Cheese and Honey Tartlets! Click here for the recipe. (Image via Epicurious.)
Monday’s History Lesson: Bergère Chairs Tuesday’s Fashion Find: Assemblage Dress by Leifsdottir Wednesday’s Design Meets Fashion: Light Blue & Tan Inspiration Thursdays: Suspended by Ken Unsworth Friday Faves: Thomas Paul Pumpkin Pillows
Urban Outfitters has stepped up their game in the furniture department and is now featuring some great retro style remakes, and this Mid-century modern rocking chair is my favorite. The Mid-Century Rocker Chair comes in a variety of colors and perfectly mimics authentic Danish mid-century versions, with a price tag of $288.
“I never turn back on what I have done before” -Roger Capron Parisian artist Roger Capron (1922-2006) has been hailed by the New York Times as one of the “most prolific and valued artisans of postwar European design”. Though his career–spanning roughly sixty years–had its great successes, it also had its downfalls. Capron was born [...]
My husband and I just moved and we’re planning to set up a bar area in our new home. I’ve been on the hunt for bar stools for days and just found these new arrivals at one of my favorite stores TINI Vintage in LA. White vintage modern bar stools in white=true love!
Media stands and av cabinets can be expensive not to mention hard to find in the right dimensions, but you can always transform other pieces to find the right fit. For example, take a bookshelf and turn it on its sides. If you have a large television, just make sure the material is strong enough. These [...]