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Category Archives: living room
The talented team over at Rachel Reider Interiors recently helped revamp a newly reopened boutique luxury hotel in Nantucket and they included several pillows from my shop in their design of the lounge! Here are a few photos:
I love that they took their own unique approach to Nantucket design and created a space that’s unlike what you’d expect to see in a hotel. They did such a great job of mixing patterns and making the lounge feel so inviting. The rest of the hotel is beautiful as well -see more of it here. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to visit someday – maybe next summer? Seems like it’d be a perfect place for a nice little getaway.
p.s. If you’re unfamiliar with Rachel Reider Interiors, be sure to take a peek at their portfolio – you’ll love it!
Delighted to see my Zebra pillow in the August/September issue of Adore Home Magazine! It’s featured on page 117 as part of the spread that features the home of designer Maria Barros who is known for her fun and colorful interiors:
View the full spread and issue of Adore here.
This space exudes a sense of casual elegance that is very inviting and reminds me a bit of the set of one of my favorite movies, Something’s Gotta Give. Achieve a similar fresh Hamptons beach house look with these pieces:
1- rattan dining chair, 2- mani indigo blue pillow, 3- bangalore paisley navy pillow, 4- handwoven jute rug, 5- white bookcase, 6- slipper chair, 7- tala bluemarine pillow, 8- porcelain chinoiserie lamp, 9- reclaimed wood round table
For this month’s Get the Look post I’m featuring a gorgeous living room by Arkansas interior designer Laurie McFarland.
While the flooring, wall color, and main furnishings are all neutral, the room is anything but boring. Vibrant decorative pillows deliver a burst of color and enliven the space. Large mirrors flanking either side of the sofa make a symmetrical statement while giving the illusion of spatial depth. Silk draperies and touches of gold add a sense luxury and glamour.
Get the look with these pieces:
photograph of living room by Nancy Nolan via At Home in Arkansas
I’m thrilled to be part of Roxy’s latest Society Social Manifesto Magalog. It’s filled with so much fabulous inspiration. I love the shots of the colorful and summery space below featuring our Trellis Watermelon pillow:
Check out the magalog here!
photography by Lawrence Te
One of my favorite parts of my job is seeing my pillows in their new homes. I know I have some seriously talented customers. Canadian interior designer Raiana Schwenker is no exception. She just shared photos of her living room (which she decorated on a budget!) and it’s absolutely fabulous. Take a look:
Click on over to Sadie and Stella to see more photos and read about all the details!
Have you checked out the latest issue of Adore Home? It’s packed with beautiful interiors like the cheerfully colorful home of stylist and decorator Clair Wayman featured on the cover …
AND, if you flip to page 157 you’ll see our Bengal Bazaar pillow featured in the Get the Look page for a home designed by Greg Natale:
If you haven’t yet, grab yourself a cup of coffee or tea and read the issue here.
My friend Irene‘s beautiful SoCal home was featured on Apartment Therapy this week! If you haven’t seen the tour yet, you’re gonna love it. I’ve had the pleasure of stepping foot inside her home and it really is as fun and welcoming as the photos show (possibly even more so!). This girl sure knows how to effectively bring together multiple colors, textures and patterns. She’s one talented lady!
photography by Bethany Nauert
I love seeing photographs of my customers’ decorated spaces. Julia of Pawleys Island Posh recently added two of our leopard linen pillows while updating her beautiful living room and I think they, along with her other additions, have made such a fun impact. Here’s the space before the updates:
and here it is after:
Photos by Julia Ryan. See more on her lifestyle blog!
Looks great, don’t you think? I love the playful mix of patterns!
I love the impact a big colorful piece of abstract art makes in a space:
I’m planning to add one in my living room right above my sofa. I’ll be flexing my artistic skills and painting it myself. Should be fun, I’ll let you know how it turns out!