Dreaming of Paris

I'm in love with  this sofa. It just reminds me of a place I would want to curl up with a book and a coffee on a rainy day in Paris. You can find this baby on One Kings Lane (Simone Sofa.)

Another Imaginary Room!

I've probably been spending a little too much time online because I have so many photos to create imaginary rooms with! This one started with the chair. I love the pops of red, white, blue, and green! I've got a chair I've been working on, and it just hasn't been going anywhere because I've been... Continue Reading →

Inspiration: Imaginary Rooms

What do I do in my spare time? Create imaginary rooms for my future homes! Here's the latest! It all started with this gorgeous Max Gottschalk bench I stumbled across on 1st Dibs. The rug is from West Elm (!!!) (they have some rugs that are so chic at such a good price point!) The lamp is midcentury (also... Continue Reading →

Found these images, and think these pieces would fit together to form the perfect reading nook. The colors keep it classic, while the mirror and side table keep it bright, fun, and modern. What would you use to create an ideal space for some quality "me" time?

The Great Rug Debate

So I've been on a hunt, no, more like a quest for the perfect rug. I've been wanting to re-do my living room for quite some time, and for some reason a rug just feels like a big commitment.  I've decided that a woven rug is the look I'm going for-- breezy, casual, but with a touch... Continue Reading →

Maybe I'm a little dramatic, but this blue pine table from One Kings Lane is the stuff I dream about at night! The vintage-y goodness of the shape, the colors, the chippy paint... okay, I'm drooling. Even better? It's on clearance!!! I love it so so much, but unfortunately am not on the market for... Continue Reading →

Loving this bench from One Kings Lane. Talk about a statement piece!

Loving this gorgeous coffee table by Heather Garrett on One Kings Lane. The shape kinda reminds me of my "$2000 coffee table"! But the true brilliance is the wallpaper pattern. This would be easy for any rehabber to recreate... just put the wallpaper (or even a cool piece of fabric that you could change out... Continue Reading →

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