Beautiful, lush and green. The ‘Nature’s Bouquet’ palette is a simple ivory white with accents in eucalyptus green, lime green, muted brown, faded red and More
If you’re looking for a dreamy, white palette with a playful vibe, then this is the look for you. I love the subtle mix of creamy white and pale peach as More
Would you like to Get This Look? Here are the paint colors and art piece to get you started:
Paint: All colors from Sherwin Williams (unless noted otherwise): SW6152 Superior Bronze, SW6468 Hunt Club, SW7729 Edamame, SW6385 Dover White, SW7592 Crabby Apple, SW6367 Viva Gold, HC-11 Marblehead Gold (Benjamin Moore).
If you use this paint palette in one of your design projects, let me know. I would love to see how it turns out!
West Elm has a great collection of dinnerware out right now from Potter’s Collection. I just love the lively patterns and the beautiful color combinations. One of my favorites is the above set in blue-grey with a touch of turquoise, black and red accents. Perfect for the dinner table but why confine this look to just the table? I think this look would make a great fabric palette for a project. So, of course, I had to explore this theory just a little bit. Here’s what I came up with…
Has this fabric palette inspired you to create something ‘Tribal’ with fabrics? Please share your ideas and let us know how it turns out!
Inspiration Photo: Potter’s Workshop dinnerware set in Gray from West Elm.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I can’t wait! I’ve found the perfect dessert to make to celebrate and, of course, it’s chocolate! These ‘Black Forest Cupcakes with Whipped Cream Frosting’ from Against All Grain have been the subject of my dreams lately. I’ve just been waiting for that special occasion to give them a try. To make it really special, I’ve put together the tableware to display these mouth-watering beauties. Bring on Valentine’s Day, I’m ready to indulge!
Would you like to ‘Get This Look’ for your Valentine’s Day? Here are the tableware items shown above to get your design started…
The colors. The textures. The patterns. Oh my! This bouquet design has them all and the result is stunning! I would love to recapture this look in an interior space. So, I set about finding some fabrics that do just that and here’s what I came up with:
Beacon Hill Pavonia Mist, Robert Allen Metro Magic Ruby, Pindler & Pindler Teagan Lime, Robert Allen Soft Comfort Grotto. All fabrics from Online Fabric Store
How would you recreate this look in an interior design? I would love to hear your ideas!
Bouquet Image Source: Simply Jessie Photography
Bouquet Design by: Fleur Inc.
Introducing, today’s Color of the Day: Samba! More specifically, Pantone 19-1662.
Today’s color was selected from the Pantone Fashion Color Report for Fall 2013.
I don’t know if it’s the insane summer heat but I’ve been craving smoothies lately. Here’s a delicious smoothie recipe I found on one of my favorite recipe sites. With a presentation like this, it’s hard not to be enticed by this yummy treat. Wanting to get the full effect, I set out to find some coordinating tableware so I can ‘Get this Look’ myself. Here’s what I found…
Blueberry Mango Smoothie from Two Peas and Their Pod, Clear Classic Glasses from World Market, Honeydew Napkins from Zazzle, Purple Floral Napkins from Zazzle, Chilewich Basketweave Placemat from Sur la Table.
Would you like to Get This Look? Here’s the artwork and paint colors to get you started:
Would you use this paint palette in one of your design projects? If you do, I would love to see what you come up with!