With this mood board, I’m dreaming up a guest bedroom or a girl’s bedroom in need of some redecorating (for a young lady who has outgrown the child’s room look). I started with the wallpaper from Shumacher because I like the timeless and traditional sense it brings to the room, and it feels fresh […]
The story of the tulipiere starts with Tulipmania (1634-1637), when tulips were the new gold, costing a small fortune and bringing along with them high social status (Queen Mary II was a huge fan). It has been said (though there are some conflicting reports on this, but isn’t that the case with all good stories) […]
Benches can solve design and decorating problems: They can occupy a narrow space, create a focal point, and be very useful. Not to mention the fact that many of them are quite beautiful pieces of furniture. So, I’ve gathered some images of pretty benches that might just help solve a decorating dilemma or simply add […]
A house that does not have one worn, comfy chair in it is soulless. ~ May Sarton There are chairs to sit in, and then, there are chairs to sink into with a good book or a sleepy head. I’m talking here about the latter—because chairs to sink into, armchairs—overstuffed, upholstered or slipcovered chairs, […]
A house that does not have one worn, comfy chair in it is soulless. ~ May Sarton ps~ “from the scrapbook” is a preview of what I’m working on this week…thanks for stopping by the blog!