Home decor accessories, accents and furnishings inspiration is everywhere, and now it is on the sidebar. Allow me to introduce you to a new year, new feature, Shop the Sidebar. Sourcing home decor accessories, accents, and furnishings is part of the all things house that make a home process. Interest in and inquires about accessories, accents and furnishings as seen on Places In The Home is always welcome, and I’m especially pleased when a piece or color I use in a client consultation or moodboard stirs interior design and decorating interest. Always the interior design and decorating show and tell, it is my pleasure to assist and suggest.
Shop the Sidebar features distinctive accessories and accents of regional and seasonal interest that catch my eye and hopefully appeal to and please the most discerning tastes.
Traditional home furnishings fill my design and decorating portfolio, new traditional styles are worthy of attention, and antiques remain a classic furnishings choice near and dear to my heart. You will notice the pieces and accessories featured throughout the Shop the Sidebar column reflect my personal style and taste– a stick with what you love and design and decorate accordingly presentation. If you see a piece that makes your gotta have it list, click on the image for product information.
Classic furnishings and design accents complement eye and space. We are big fans of TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar, and being the accent chair set design reviewer that I am, I was in my height of glory watching Giant last week. The scenic wallpaper in the foyer of the home of Leslie’s (Elizabeth Taylor) parent’s home is the star of the scene, embodying the design features of Classic Revival style homes. (Try as I may I could not find a photo of the scene that does my point justice). Granted, some patterns and images correlate with the more formal aspect of traditional style, but not in all cases. The Etched Arcadia Mural in Grey Motif from Anthropologie typifies what I have come to know; understated is on par with elegance when contrast is the intended design element.
On the color radar:
Sage is proving to be a significant contender for best in color 2018, and I can see why.
A subtle shade of green with muted undertones of gray, sage is poised to become a new neutral.
Spring Things to Come
Rabbits and rattan, and regal shades of blue, oh my gorgeous!
I just got off the phone with Mr. and Mrs. Canadian snowbird who are moving into a new house this spring. Spring things to come furnishings, colors, fixtures and finery is the current topic of source conversation and conversion (Mom, is the price U.S. or Canadian?). I suggested a Shop the Sidebar session for decor inspiration.
It is everywhere.
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