Hi Everyone, first let me say what a complete honor and compliment it is to have been asked by Debbie to have my home featured on her wonderful Home Tour series. Here in SW Missouri we have rolling hills in most of the suburban subdivisions. The upper level or main level is more formal, the lower level is more casual and where we spend a lot of our time.
When travel company Kuoni France approached London-based French illustrator Malika Favre to help decorate its new travel brochure forshe applied her usual unmistakable style — a sprinkling of bold minimalism with a striking use of positive and negative space and colour. The illustrations almost hark back to the style of the early 20th-century travel posters, which would promise all kinds of delights up and down the UK and across the world. But Favre's typical nod to what is described as "Pop Art meets OpArt" — gives the artworks a more modern slant, full of dreamy colours and satisfying shapes and lines. Discover more of her deliciously satisfying work over at malikafavre.
The perfect gift for the one you adore and not quite sure what exactly will tickle their fancy To keep things Eco, we are doing paperless Gift Cards. Once you purchase a Gift Card, you will be e-mailed an automatically
Vintage inspired taupe plaid button down day dress. Features patch pockets, matching belt and band collar that give this a midi dress a s look within a fresh context. With roomy pockets for storing notepad and pencil, and an adjustable waist,
Happy Friday dear readers, as I write this post there is a distinct chill in the air along with a strong promise of snow Nestled in the Dordogne region of France, I can just imagine the wonderful scent of lavender in the air as I peek through their photo's. Ceri-Marie's gorgeous gown from The Pantiles Bride is a wonderful combination of light tulle and intricate embroidery.
There's something about Parisian decor that feels so effortless, yet so hard to replicate. If you want to turn your home into an impossibly chic, French-inspired space, there are two rules you should follow: don't be afraid to mix styles, and don't overdo it. These products, from mirrors and furniture to decorative accents—and of course, a chandelier—can help you reach your style goals, whether you incorporate them into your home or use them as inspiration.
We are super excited to be announcing this collaboration! We just love anything that Jamie creates and are so proud to see her bring her skills and style to life in her new book. The projects in the book range from seasonal projects for the holiday and every category, from sewing to painting and upholstery.
Rachel and I have been blogging friends for a number of years now and we get to see each other every year at the Haven Conference in Atlanta. I simply adore her and her style and I think my similar style might be something you lovely readers will like. I live in Vancouver, BC Canada and have been blogging for over five years now. I have a chandelier in almost every room of my house but this one in my dining room is by far the largest of them and my favourite!