Seeing that most of us are spending an inordinate amount of time at home these days, why not utilize a moment or two to refresh the places and spaces in your decorating repertoire with little updates for a big impact.
Treasured keepsakes, fresh flowers or plant, a short stack of great reads and coffee table books, a vintage decorative box to house remotes, and a framed picture of a favorite something, somewhere or someone become coffee table conversation pieces.
The tropical storm slowly brewing in the gulf is becoming the Barry of bad tidings for the entire state of Louisiana and the Gulf Coast region.
We’re no strangers to storm watching, and we know all too well the warnings and preparations that go with the territory must be heeded.
My initial intention for this blog post was to show you all the treasures I recently found shopping my favorite antiques and gift shop, but between storm watching and grocery store runs that ain’t happening.
Gulf coast themed accents remind me just how beautiful the area is and star in the summer at the coast style show currently decorating the dining room table and sideboard.
We’ll have to see what Barry brings our way, and what, if any, damage we will be left to repair.
In the meantime, we’ve got enough bottled water, non-perishable foods, batteries, and tenacity to hang in there.
Dave is already sweating over the looming loss of air conditioning. We do like our air conditioning.
I feel like the lady in the home warranty commercial. We just got the new roof less than two years ago when the tornado ripped the old one to shreds.
This isn’t our first time at the storm watching rodeo, and we can hang on Louisiana strong for the entire eight minutes, hours, days- you get the idea.
Immediately I remembered the wooden crown sculpture and bed crown home decor pieces prominently featured in several of the images in the article.
Bookmarked under inspiration, the New Orleans home of Interior Designer and Antiques dealer Tara Shaw is an interior design and decorating love letter to the signature interiors befitting the European influence witnessed throughout the Crescent City.
Serene colors create a nuanced backdrop, one in which contemporary furnishings, unique antique pieces, and crown home decor strike a balance between elegant and livable.
High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world,and the party comes to High Point, North Carolina twice a year. Palpable style, trends, energy and excitement come together to marvel the interior design, home furnishings, and home decor industry. I thought I would do a little style spotting of my own and share with you a select few of my favorites from the Best of Market Spring 2013 High Point high points.
Bliss Studio Lurgia Collection Cane Nesting Tables
Feather your nest with just the right side kick for an accent chair, sofa, or the area of a space that needs “that” special piece but nothing too large or decoratively overpowering.
Feiss Stateroom Collection Bali Brass Table Lamp
Brass is big in 2013, and the hint of nautical whimsy makes this lamp in season for sure.
Uttermost Chahna Bench
You had my attention at aqua blue, and your keeping it with the dark chocolate and milky white velvet cushioned seat.
Interlude Home Caicos Fan Coral
So silver. so ebony, so chic accent ready to go as a coffee table centerpiece or foyer bureau focal point.
Alden Parkes Reflection Bombe Chest
Elegance paired with a timeless color combination never goes out of style.
Zeugma Handmade Wooden Lantern
Lantern love this! The handmade wooden lantern exemplifies mater craftsmanship and custom detail to attention.
Worlds Away Jared Navy Lacquer Desk with Gold Leafed Base
Gold leaf and classic navy in a modern marriage of style and function.
Imax Worldwide Home Marisa Graphic Ottomans
Propped up or sitting pretty, the upholstered Marisa Graphic ottoman comes in green, purple, grey, and orange- the hot colors of the season.