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Happy Independence Day! Stars are a popular pattern right now, so you won’t have a hard time finding fashionable items to wear for the 4th of July. But if you’re looking to add a bit of starlight flair to your home, try these fun DIY starlight mason jars. (Images via Wit & Delight and The [...]
(Images via Whole Living and J.Crew.)
Monday’s History Lesson: The Torchiere Tuesday’s Fashion Finds: Affordable Leather Jacket Wednesday’s Design Meets Fashion: Pastels Inspiration Thursdays: Pops of Color Friday Faves: Nestrest
Dhurries (or dhurry) are coarse flat weave cotton or wool textiles woven in various designs. Native to India, they were originally created as decorative table covers and rugs. They are perfect for the Indian climate, staying warm in winters and cool in summers, while also being affordable, lightweight, durable and reversible. Originally weavers designed the [...]
I was at West Elm the other day and when I saw their Parsons collection it got me thinking about where the name came from. I attended Parsons School of Design in New York, so I wondered if there was any connection. As it turns out the term Parsons comes from the Parsons School of [...]
Amy Butler is very talented at creating beautiful, colorful and unique prints and I adore her handmade rugs, especially the Bright Buds design for Chandra Rugs. She calls it “A modern take on the bright sky and flowers waving in the field. Deep blues give the feeling of a garden pond oasis”. In addition to being [...]
Last year my husband and I had a rushed move from Los Angeles to San Francisco. We were eager to get settled in, so we ended up purchasing a sofa we love- the Crate & Barrel Petrie sofa-in a color we don’t especially like. Like many, we loved the white version, but it was much [...]
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.
Monday’s History Lesson: Depression Glass Tuesday Tout: Eco Console Wednesday’s Design Meets Fashion: Menswear Inspired Thrifty Thursday: Back to School Ideas Friday Faves: Dwell Chinoiserie Placemats
We have a new piece of furniture we are adding to our store, the Eco Console. Made with reclaimed wood, it measures 60″L x 12″ D x 32″H and its sleek organic design is perfect behind a sofa table, in a hallway or as a buffet.