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One of my favorite textures is braiding, whether it’s thick woven jute rugs or beautifully patterned hair styles. It’s a wonderful way to add warmth and eclectic flair. (Images via Pinterest.)
It’s a rainy week in California which has left me dreaming of sunshine, vacations and the Mediterranean sea. This beautiful image of a poolside lounge, citrus tree and all reminded me of this wonderful little vintage-inspired bikini. Both are modern mixed with mid-century touches, a perfect pairing especially in white and gold/beige! (Images via Löngrenn [...]
Adorable glass milk carton, perfect for your morning cuppa, and a great gift to boot. Available at Fredflare for $16.
Just in time for Thanksgiving decor is Thomas Paul’s Orange Pillow at Velocity Art & Design. His latest collection has beautiful botanical illustrations hand screened on 100% linen pillows.
A bergère chair (meaning “shepardess”) is a French armchair with exposed wooden framing and upholstered back and seat. Bergère chairs became popular in 17th century France amongst nobility, and were often made out of walnut or beechwood, gilded and upholstered in jacquard silk. (The strong rococo versions are referred to as Louis XIV bergères.) Originally they [...]
(Images from Elle Decor & Gap.)
It’s always fun as a designer or artist to start with a blank canvas, and we really enjoyed warming up this loft. From cold & empty to industrial chic… See more of this project here.
One of our favorite things here at DC is vintage art because of it’s ability to elevate a space. In a recent installation in Manhattan Beach we mixed West Elm accessories with vintage art, which personalizes the space but also kept it within a limited budget. Remember these from our recent trip to Lost Art [...]
We had the pleasure of visiting one of our favorite resources, Lost Art Salon in San Francisco on Friday while shopping for a client. Their fine art collection is comprised of over 4,000 works of rediscovered and historically significant artists which reflect the major styles and movements of the 20th Century (1900-1960s). Every piece is researched, [...]
My new fave and top wish list item is the eco-friendly Sundial bedding by Sang & Serena, which I found thanks to Coco + Kelley. I have always admired Indian bedding, but most prints I’ve seen are too feminine, whereas Sang & Serena’s textile collection is well balanced in terms of masculine & feminine colors. [...]