Our front door needs a pick me up! Can you guess what color I’m considering?
Brown Design Inc.
Here is our door currently. I KNOW it looks pretty blue in the picture, but in person it appears more dark gray/brown. For some reason the camera really brings out the blue more.
And here are the colors I’m considering…
BM Buxton Blue HC-149
BM Jamestown Blue HC-148
BM Newburyport Blue HC-155
BM Mozart Blue 1665
Which one would you choose?
When I picked the kiddo up from preschool yesterday she proudly handed me her latest Picasco-esque painting done in all orange. She exclaimed happily upon doing so, “Mommy I like orange, do you like orange? Orange is the best color. What color do you like? I like Orange!”. I of course started cracking up!
Orange was never even ON my radar until I met my husband in 02′. It was one of his favs and it ended up being one of our wedding colors too. Obviously now, it’s hot and I love it! Orange is everywhere! Have you thought about using it in your home? It can be incorporated with other colors to really give a look that POPS!
Crisp orange paint against white wainscotting. And those black framed botanicals..so pretty!
Turquoise and orange. Can’t go wrong with that color combo!
Queen of color..Tobi Fairley! Love those side tables.
Neutrals with shots of orange- Coastal Living
Unexpected pairing…eggplant and orange! via Hilary Thomas
Lovely home items in orange that have been on my radar lately. Any of these pieces would help infuse this warm comforting color into your homes’ palette!
Happy Tuesday friends! Hope you enjoyed last weeks’ part one of my take on Rebecca Moses’ Style Constants! I know I was GOING to do Part Two the very next day, but the crazy heat wave that hit us over the weekend here in So Cal along with a lot of little cleanup project around the house, sort of threw me off track! I did get a few emails asking where the items could be purchased. As stated in the first post, all the items shown can be purchased through me…just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now onto the rest of the items that your home should have, to stay stylish for years to come……
Jameson Wingchair starting at $849.00
Feather and Script Needlepoint Pillow Reg. $118.00
Yellow and White Zig Zag 20″ Pillow $35.00- Thislittlehome on Etsy
Apple Green Zebra Print 16″ Pillow $23.00- Thislittlehome on Etsy
Tufted Ottoman with turned leg $897.00
Iron and reclaimed wood coffee table $1400 through VR Interiors
White Aged Side Table $418.00 through VR Interiors
Antique Gold Iron Wheat Table with Beveled Glass Top $199 through VR Interiors
Through VR Interiors $109.00
Velvet Champagne Throw-Pinecone Hill
through VR Interiors $159.80
Glass Taper Holder $30.00 through VR Interiors
Set of Leather Bound Books $50.00
Can be purchased HERE!
Leather James Chaise $1460.00 through VR Interiors
Aqua Distressed Geometric Screen $1508.00 through VR Interiors
Natural Wood Carved Screen $454.00 through VR Interiors
Silverleaf Ring Screen $1179.00 through VR Interiors
Hunt Club Porcelain Trophy $45.00 through VR Interiors
Antique Silver Trophy with Handles $125.00 through VR Interiors
Whew! I’m tired! So many options to choose from that I had a hard time narrowing it down. I left out a few elements from the Style Constants, but touched on the main ones (and the ones that didn’t get scanned poorly in the crack of the magazine!).
By the way, did you see Fridays’ post? Van Rozeboom Interiors store is in full swing now! I will be adding new items from time to time, so check back often.
I got my first design shout out over on Shade of a Beech Tree! We’re working on her dining room now that we’ve almost completed the family room. Jessie has been a joy to work with and she has fun taste as well! Stay tuned for updates on her home…but for now check out the first change to her dining room here!
We’ve now been in our home exactly one year and Lord knows we still have a TON of projects around this place. But since we decided to buy a much bigger home (with a much bigger $ tag)…AND with the economy still creeping along, but not necessarily getting that much better…well we just have had to pace ourselves. But seriously, my office…. IS DISGUSTING! What, you don’t believe me? Here you go..
IN ALL IT’S GLORY!
Yes, that is a METAL cafe chair I am using as a desk chair. My back hates me! The desk is a hand me down from my husbands’ office that wasn’t needed. For the most part…Ikea desks…not a fan. AT ALL. The A and the M metal letters on the wall are what’s left of the DREAM that was on the wall. Piles of magazines, my kids’ drawing board…yeah I need to clean it up!
The other side of the room (as if that’s any better). The computer armoire has now been sold…thank God! After exactly ONE YEAR trying to get rid of the thing on Craigslist, I finally sold it last weekend. A few more bucks in my pocket= more $$ to spend on the office redo!
Ah yes, then there’s the closet. Lovely eh? I do love my redone turquoise file cabinet. This was another leftover from the hubby’s office. It was metal, boring, and in need of a serious dose of PEP! I never showed the “after” on that project. Well, here it is!
So, now that I’ve completed embarrassed myself and showed you my dirty little secret, I need your input, help, thoughts… so that I can finally, once and for all finish my office!
Here are some rooms that I am inspired by….
Celerie Kembles’ home office
Here is what I’m thinking about doing to the room…
I’ve got some other ideas floating around my head, but these are my two more solid ideas. Now off to nurse a three year old with a bad ear infection. Hope your Monday is going a bit better than mine is!