I’m super excited to share with you this latest project. My cousin Rachelle, who runs the stellar Kenziepoo blog and La Petite Magazine, needed a place in her home to be able to hold meetings and place for large work projects. She approached me to help in this fun space and here it is! I have to say that the salmon ceiling (Freckle) is my favorite detail of the room. It’s a creative and vibrant space and I hope that she gets years of inspiration out of it.
All photographs were taken by the amazing Joyce Alexander.
See more of this space and read all about it on Design* Sponge.
Denim can be one of those accessories that can go either way…cool or cheezzzzyyyyy. Here are a few COOL denim items for your home.
Let me introduce you to my pretty new chair, Mr. Wimbledon. This beauty, from Fashion For Home, fits perfectly in my home. The first thing that I pleasantly noticed about the Wimbledon chair is it’s beautiful curves through the arms. It comes in 6 great colors and it was crafted seamlessly. If you haven’t visited Fashion For Home or their UK site, you must tour this site and view the amazing pieces that are all priced extremely well.
This is not a sponsored post. I agreed to accept the Wimbledon chair and write about it because I’m a fan of Fashion For Home.
I pinned these imaged yesterday but I still can’t get over how pretty this space is. This light and airy abode belongs to Leah Goren, You can find her entire house tour over on Miss Moss.
A shop that I would be thrilled to visit one day is Folklore, the quaint biz nestled in busy London. Folklore is an independent store and online store set up by Danielle Reid and her husband Rob. Their range includes homewares, furniture, lighting, art and lifestyle goods. They choose the most beautiful products and they only look for craftsmanship, quality, simplicity and durability. Lovely!
Found via VT Wonen.
When I received my Studio Snowpuppe pendant in the mail, I fell more in love with it than I expected to. The graphic origami shape is perfection. The color choices made it hard to choose just one, but in the end I chose canary yellow. It complements the colors in my large ixxi enlargement. It completes our breakfast corner.
The Olympics start tonight! I might be on my couch for the next few weeks so if you don’t hear from me, I’ve been sucked into the big wide world of the greatest event ever! JK…kindof. Here’s a round-up of some festive decor items that would compliment the Olympics quite well.
Here are 2 images from my Anthology shoot, seen in Issue 8. Stylist Rod Hipskind and photographer Kelly Ishikawa did an AMAZING job! Both are incredibly talented and some of the nicest people that you will ever meet. I was totally impressed with each of them. Their interpretation of my space is spot on. Above is my living space and my kid’s shared bedroom.
Make sure to pick up or order this latest issue to see more of my home and so much more goodness!!
This scandi-inspired kids table from Gather Kids, doubles as a coffee table. Practically perfect!
Image via The Design Files.
These stools these stools!! The Royal Family consists of three stools, building a modular system. All parts of every stool can be used seperatly for sitting or as a table. Ellen Heilmann Produktdesign has done good!
Love this sleek desk from Hiromatsu Online Shop.
These boxed shelves are an easy solution for storage and displaying items.
Image via My Pariadissi via Klikk.no.
I love these cute decal designs from Ferm Living. You can shop the collection at Little Fashion Gallery.
This last Saturday, I sold some stuff at the Dwntwn Flea, hosted by Bricolage. It was super fun and I was able to sell some of my loot that has been in my garage since the Brass Razoo days. Thanks everyone who came, bought and left with a smile. Also, Bricolage, you are lovely!
(It’s rumored that they will be hosting these more.)
This weeks Perfect Pallete from Cassie is all about using yellow tones with other colors. I’m usually not a big *mustard* fan but this option is super pretty! I also love the bottom bed. It’s such a great use of a bed frame and I love how elevated it is above the pretty flooring. Lovely finds Cassie!
Image 1 & 2.
Don’t forget to check out my tips over on The Veda House.