Yesterday I popped into Osborne and Little’s Munich showroom because I want to have a couple of poofs made and was looking for some fabric to cover them. Let me tell you folks, I died and went to my version of heaven. Their new collection is absolutely gorgeous. Its colorful, bold and sexy and my [...]
Usually, I hate Halloween decorating (its so kitchy) however, lately I’ve been running across such pretty and unique things that I just had to post about them. Naturally, I found them all on etsy, my new obsession, but more about that in another post. Now, onto Halloween decorations. If you’re into spooky stuff, you might [...]
A while back I wrote a post about Spoonflower, the website where you can upload your own images to create custom fabric, well, they’ve now added wallpaper to their repetoire. I think this company might be single handedly changing the interior design possibilities for people without [...]
Lately I’ve been seeing a trend in items for the house, be it furniture or accessories, that remind me of Origami. For some reason, I’m especially drawn to the geometric lines of triangular panels. There’s something sort of comforting in it’s perfect uniformity. It looks comfy and sharp at the same time. This little chest [...]
I think I’ve mentioned before that Katie Ridder is one of my absolute favorite interior designers. I know I did a review of her recent book. In fact, I like her style so much that I can’t hold it against her (well not much anyway) that [...]
Sorry for not posting in so long. I’ve been über busy with projects in the house which I’ll be posting on soon. To make up for it, I’ve got a reference guide to all my favorite interior design websites that offer discounts; sometimes up to 80%. It used to be that to get a good [...]
Until about five or six years ago, the only thing I knew about Missoni was that, back in the 60′s and 70′s, my mother adored clothes with the Missoni label. I had no idea what haute couture was, nor did I really care, but I was in love with all the fabulous patterns and color. [...]
Trinket boxes with a modern twist are all the rage lately. I’m seeing them painted, jewel encrusted and lacquered but I especially love the boxes with semi-precious stones or better yet… just one. Here’s a smattering of some of my favorites.
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Lattice. Lattice Who? Lattice in.
Sorry, I know that’s bad but I just couldn’t resist. I’m seeing lattice and fretwork everywhere right now and I am loving the trend. What does that have to do with the bad Knock, Knock joke? Nothing really. But it reminded me of my favorite [...]
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