You can see a bit of the lower detail of the drapes here. The two fabrics were separated by two trims...on a black chiffon ruffle and one a rhinestone trim.
The wall color I chose was Cooled Blue by SW and it's the perfect Tiffany box blue.
Surrounding yourself with things that make you smile or you find beautiful is the key to a successful space. It doesn't matter if it cost pennies or thousands...if it moves you, you should display it.
Memories of my first Tiffany gift make me grin. It's not so much the bougeyness of it as the beauty of the moment and of the classic box that held such a thoughtful gift. So, I kept it and use it to hold paper clips!
These great lamps, available through Interior Image, were custom ordered for the show. I jazzed them up by adding some black grosgrain ribbon to the top and bottom of the shade and used a couple of adhesive gem letters from Hobby Lobby to personalize it.
I love her. Is she reaching for her dreams or reaching out to help the world? Either way...she calms me.
Like sands through the hour glass....
Do you like to tear out pics from home magazines and collect paint and fabric swatches? Get organized!
I don't even like Pellegrino...but I think the bottles are lovely.
Ghost chairs...these were quite the topic of conversation. Everything from..."What are those? Patio furniture?" to "Oooohhh, GHOthT tHAIRS!" (said by a kind, but elderly woman who had forgotten to put her teeth in that day). :D
Hootie's got my back.
I backed my $3.00 Goodwill bookcase with houndstooth wrapping paper.
Think outside the box and see how things around your home can work for something totally different. This little piece is meant to hold pieces of toast, but is perfect to keep my files upright.