Sunday, September 14, 2008
Nope, as busy as it seems, we'll go with our first instinct.
Ok, lighting, hmmmm. I believe Tracy Porter could help us out with that! Actually as lovely as this is, I think its a bit too busy, even for my taste:Let's try Ballard. This looks quite perfect:
We'll have to find pinky-orange coloured shades of course, but nevertheless our sconces just happen to coordinate with this: so I think we need it too! Now we need artwork from Victorian Trading Company:
Next, a few accessories from none other than Anthropologie of course:
Finally, there's this precious little piece that I would love to include, but sadly have noooo idea where it came from. I wish it were stained a dark wood or even a pretty off-white colour, but oh well, here it is:
If someone knows the source, please holla! On that note, I'm off to go shower and ready myself for a relaxing Sunday in a cute but not as perfect as this bathroom. Sad. More to come from this house next week, don't you worry. Ciao!
Monday, September 08, 2008
#3: Grand Revival Design:
Sunday, September 07, 2008
I was actually just reading (in Country Living I believe) about Whitney English and then I randomly find that she has blogged about one of my favourites out there in the blog village: Yvestown. If ya'll haven't read her lovely little posts before, I urge you to do so right away. Her colour palettes are always perfection and I just can't get enough of her inspiration, so thanks to Whitney for passing her along to others.Note: she does "shabby chic" in an edited way that is simply extraordinary.
You should also (obviously) check out her website because she sells the most fabulous stationary like this:
Isn't it all just dreamy?
I love it, if you do too, then pass it on!
Saturday, September 06, 2008
Now for a sneak peak into the next few posts, we're going to re-decorate the interiors that (for now) look like this:
That's all for now!