I.AM.IN.LOVE. Do their guests ever leave? I wouldn't! So beautifully done....bright, cheery, modern, vintage, fresh, and 100% inviting like a guest house should be. Right away I thought 'is this one of the Beach House Style girls?' Love their chic cottage design sense. Just beautiful!
Alisha's Bright White Guest Cottage
|8/30/10 2:15 PM|
Color Quiz: Which Palette is Which?
Sherwin Williams 2011 Color Forecast
|8/23/10 2:18 AM|
Santa Monica, CA--$2200/mo for a 2 bedroom + den and about 1400 sq ft. Super modern NEW condo with 10 ft ceilings, awesome cabinets/tile/hardwood floors, gas fireplace, dupioni silk drapes, and came semi furnished. Plus 2 car secured parking. It's a smokin' deal! We love it here!!!
Survey: How Much Is Your Monthly Rent or Mortgage?
|8/22/10 12:16 PM|
The red cross/flag is one of my favorite pieces in her house. I love how it brings a utilitarian vibe next to that granny lamp and a pop of red with all those neutrals. I was actually going to ask where one might find another one....ebay? I'm surprised a few really didn't like it.
Emily Henderson's Super Stylish Design Star Digs
|8/20/10 5:46 PM|
I love all the pieces you currently have and think they all work very nicely together. PLEASE do not paint that beautiful console....that would be total furniture crime. The shadow in that first picture is just making the left side of the room look heavier, not the furniture. Although painting an accent wall would just make it appear even heavier, especially if it were a darker color. Here is what I'd do if it were my place....I'd pick either a medium tone blue (kinda a navy, but with lots of grey in it) or a pale watery blue and I'd paint the whole room, except that column. Then I'd just flip the furniture arrangement to the exact opposite of what it is now, just like a mirror image with the couch on the darker wall and the TV in front of the windows. I really don't think the TV will take up much of that view or even distract from it, but you could always try it in the corner in front of the pillar if it bothered you. (And just get an adaptor and longer TV cable and either run it around the perimeter of your room or under the rug). I just think you would then have the best of both worlds, enjoying your view WHILE watching TV. Another option furniture wise would be to just move your couch a quarter turn to face the patio door and then put your TV on that little wall where the poster currently is. You may need a smaller TV stand to do this though. Hope this helps a little and good luck! LOVE your place so much.
What Color Should I Paint this Accent Wall?
|8/19/10 3:31 PM|