January 31, 2011
I love Coffee Table Books, and while they may not get read that often, they look great on nightstands, bookshelves, stacked on a dresser, desk, etc. These luxury worthy books also make great gifts. Check out the vast array of coffee table books from Assouline and Taschen.
January 30, 2011
I can be a minimalist at times, but I love looking at bright and colorful decor. It definitely gives you great ideas when looking to add temporary color and accessories. Since blues are cheery, here are some turquoise inspirations with accessories. Hope you enjoy!
When you think of bamboo you may think of tacky, raw bamboo fit for a Tiki Hut, but that's not always the case. Below are some amazing ways to add a little bamboo to your home.
Found this in my archives. I just love this gold bamboo mirror.
Since Christmas is over, I miss my Smith & Hawken berry wreath on the front door. I now feel like my front door looks naked. While I have a beautiful Easter and Fall wreath, I need a filler that does not scream "holiday". I came across some of these that can be tailored with the right color ribbon that could be neutral.
January 26, 2011
Maybe it’s the cold, rainy weather, but what better reminder that warm weather is bound to come, then something coral! Whether you love coral for your house, or need a little boost to your outfit, here are some cute finds on Etsy! Best yet, all under $100!
$21 for 18x18 pillow cover
$60 for 25 personalized cards and envelopes
Are you having a party a need an idea for a centerpiece? I came across some of these lovely edible topiaries and thought they would make a great centerpiece or decor. Whether you are using the delicate meringue or macaroons for a bridal/ baby shower, candy topiaries for kids party, tomatoes for Italian dinner party or veggie skewers for a cookout, these are sure to be a hit. These are so pretty, you may have a hard time keeping the nibblers away.
Enjoying my day off a few days ago, I was perusing on Etsy and came across some amazing Ikat pillow for sale, most of which are under $50. I love all these colors and they are a great way to tie a color scheme in your room. Ikat is a type of weaving where the dye is applied prior to the threads being woven to create the final fabric pattern or design. Ikat has presence all over the world, from Mexico, Argentina to Cambodia and is found in home furnishings, markets, tapestries and clothing.