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There’s something very soothing about subdued, pale colors that feels simple and clean despite the many little details and layers that may actually exist. From mixing patterns to stacking collectibles, sticking to one color palette can allow you to experiment without seeming over the top. And mixing browns, blues and white is always classic! (Images [...]
(Images via Made By Girl and Sonia Rykiel at NYMag.)
I found this gorgeous kitchen entitled “Bisquit Kitchen Architect Photo” on The Marion House Book blog and wanted to share. I love the balance of wood, brick and intricate blue and white tiles.
A torchiere, or torch lamp, is a lamp- typically with a tall stand- where the light shines up like a torch. Originally used in France in the late 1600s, torchieres were a form of candleabra that utilized one candle but could also use multiple candles to illuminate an entire room. Though lightbulbs are now used [...]
Monday’s History Lesson: The Grandfather Clock Tuesday’s Fashion Finds: Erin Wasson Bangle Wednesday’s Design Meets Fashion: Dark Woods Inspiration Thursdays: Into the Woods Friday Faves: Murano Glass Owl
I found these amazing lights on Design Milk this week and had to share! Designer Erwin Zwiers presented this collection at the Elle Inside Event in Amsterdam in September. According to Design Milk, it “was inspired by the bent plywood material that was used”. I love that the design looks like inside out terraced hills!
I love the delicate organic quality of these Gold Paper Bowls from Up In the Air Somewhere. The rich gold color is gorgeous and make them a perfect holiday/wedding gift!
Monday’s History Lesson: Pierre Cardin the Furniture Maker Tuesday Tout: Pi Entry Table Wednesday’s Design Meets Fashion: Blue Florals Inspiration Thursdays: October Harvest Friday Faves: West Elm’s Essex Sofa
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 [...]