Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Welcome Back Blog Readers,

This is just stunning! So much, in fact, that I couldn’t pick just one wallcovering. It’s the Samana Wallpaper Collection from Matthew Williamson, courtesy of Osborne & Little. There are just too many designs to be able to pick just one, so I’m going to show you my favorites.

First is Kairi, a simple pattern inspired by the wings of a dragonfly. Keep things uncomplicated with minimal furnishings, or lavish with bold accessories to create a one-of-a-kind room just for you.
Then there is Mustique. Doesn’t it remind you of those kaleidoscopes from when you were a kid? I know I remember. Think of this as the new, modern, updated design, just right for adding the perfect amount of pop and jazz to your next home project!
Next is Dragonfly Dance. This pattern definitely takes inspiration from islands of paradise. A signature of Williamson’s, this is beautiful for walls or curtains that will bring the theme of your room to life.
Finally there is Providencia, a large striped damask design that is fabulously traditional with a twist of contemporary flair. Available in contrasting colorways, it’s edged with detailed embroidery that is sure to ignite interest in any space.
Whichever of the designs you choose, you won’t be disappointed. Each has its own unique flavor and character, so you’ll be able to find your perfect fit. Come on in now to get your house festive for the Holidays. As I always say, don’t be afraid to decorate!

Wishing you the happiest of Holiday seasons.

Best,


Robin

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Welcome Back Blog Readers,

Check this out! I just love a great home décor accessory, and this one is stunning. Raindrops Wall Sculpture Mirror is an exclusive collaboration between Jonathan Adler and the C. Jerà studio. Available in brass and silver, this metal arrangement is a cool throwback to the iconic mid-century designs, and it will bring both life and funk to any room in your home. Set it near pictures or contemporary pieces to create an eye-catching and captivating effect.

As I always say, don’t be afraid to decorate!

Best,


Robin