Normally, I don’t think anything Christmas should be out prior to Thanksgiving. This year, however, I’m making an exception. I’m ready for everything holiday. We’ve experienced loss and sickness recently, and it’s to make things cheery. Bring on the holiday spice flat white, sweaters, and boots. You know what else is cheery? A GIVEAWAY! I’ve teamed up with August Ink to giveaway a $50 gift card. If you haven’t experienced one of their shirts, they are adorable and incredibly soft. Their holiday collection is out and it’s the perfect way to get in the spirit. Head over to my Instagram to enter!
Today, I’m coming at you with fabulous avant-garde portraits from John Young Design House. I’ve mentioned before how much I love thought provoking art, and these fun prints more than hit the mark. I found him on Instagram and am a fast fan. Josh is a talented Chicago-based designer with experience in textiles and design.
Do yourself a favor and check him out! I’m placing these fun prints in a project ASAP.
If you’ve read any of Andy Cohen’s books, you know he’s been working on his current and expanding Greenwich Village apartment. I was so excited to see his spread in Elle Decor this month now that it’s finally finished! Take a look at his whimsical space:
I love that artwork incorporating the word “sweety.” If you follow AC on twitter, that probably gave you a laugh. Check out the full Elle Decor article here.
I’ve blogged on her apartment before, but the lovely Carol Radziwill just refreshed her stunning SOHO apartment. Just when you thought something couldn’t get any better, it does. Aspen decorator John Bossard helped Carol knock this out of the park:
Lauren Conrad recently accepted an offer on her Pacific Palisades home. This property was featured on a catch up special for The Hills and I loved it. I have to say, I get so attached to things. I can’t imagine selling something after only living there two years. Not to mention, after our last move, I NEVER want to move again. Take a look. It’s clean, fresh and dreamy.
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably seen the styling of Syd and Shea McGee floating around the internet. The owners of Studio McGee, a firm founded just three years ago, is taking the design world by the horns. I love her style and bold use of pattern. They recently did a project here in Denver. Take a look:
If you’re somehow not familiar, make sure you check them out here! Shea is definitely one to watch.
I’m so excited to finally reveal project nursery! We had a few hiccups (I’m looking at you, dresser) but it’s done and I could not be happier. It’s a dreamy space that I plan on her growing into. I think the older she gets, a great upholstered headboard would look lovely on the main wall. Check it out:
It’s almost April and we’re nearing the end of the school year. How is that possible?! With that, many seniors will be off to college. It’s the perfect time to start thinking dorm design. The above scheme is mostly from Target and Walmart (believe it or not!). I think the key is great bedding, storage opportunities and creative accessories. Shop my design here: