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Armoire Turned Bar Storage. Well last week, we finally bit the bullet and bought a 60" flat screen for the family room.

Armoire Turned Bar Storage

Playa Apt. L.A. Shopping. There’s a lot to share about my week in LA (I met Oprah, oh yes I did) but first here’s some decor based pics from my trip- specifically a fantastic day I spent with a LA based reader, Dee who e-mailed me and offered to show me some great places for decor shopping in the area!

L.A. Shopping

Not only is it so fun to meet interesting people from all over the country that read this little labor of love, but getting to see where THEY love to shop is the best way to find some gems. We started with brunch at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood- I am OBSESSED with the decor in this place. It’s insane. From the striped marble floor, to the bar to the vintage brass faucet’s in the bathrooms (I forgot to take a pic). { The Things That Matter } { The Things That Matter } October 9, 2012 Last year, after I appeared as a guest designer on Nate Berkus’s television show, he asked if I would be willing to share my own home in a new coffee table book he was working on.

{ The Things That Matter }

Obviously, I was massively flattered, and I’m so excited to announce that the resulting tome, The Things That Matter, will finally hit shelves next week! In it, you’ll find these and many more photos of my place and 12 other very special nests, with beautifully written stories about the collected mementos that make each house a home. Simply Smitten by Kristin Kerr. So I may have creeped out my sister yesterday afternoon when I sent her the real estate listing for Claiborne Swanson Frank's stylish New York apartment.

Simply Smitten by Kristin Kerr

I tried to convince her that I was not stalking and that I just happened to stumbled upon it while looking at The Foo Dog Ate My Homework, but I don't think she believed I word I was saying. See I was just trying to help a sista out.

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Add Sophistication to Upholstery and Walls With This Seductive Hue. Swanky Decorating on a Budget is Artist Tina Sindahl's Passion. Lauren and Carly's Long, Lofty Living House Tour. Designers: Lauren Held and Carly HammermanLocation: Financial District, New York, New YorkSize: 600 square feet Tricky floor plans.

Lauren and Carly's Long, Lofty Living House Tour

A blank slate. A tight budget, and a tight timeline. And purely fictional clients, offering no style starting point in a range of raw and challenging spaces. These were the obstacles faced by five designers tasked with turning five empty apartments into inspiring (and rentable) homes while covering their past lives as office spaces. Enter House Tour Lauren Held and project partner Carly Hammerman weren't thrown any curves when asked to design one of five model apartments for Manhattan's Metroloft 116 John Street project down in the Financial District, a neighborhood undergoing a commercial-to-residential switch in the shadow of the growing and glittering Freedom Tower. What floorplan did you get and what was the square footage? A Narrow DIY Desk with Slim Storage IKEA Hackers.

IMG_5598. Gardening Without a Garden: 10 Ideas for Your Patio or Balcony Renters Solutions. A peek inside: joséphine gintzburger's paris apartment. After admiring these extremely well done pops of pinks and daydreaming about moving to Paris I found myself googling Joséphine Gintzburger.

a peek inside: joséphine gintzburger's paris apartment

Who was this woman who left me wondering how I’ve lived without a fuschia chair in the shape of a flower for all these years? Sure enough, I discovered that she studied at the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne then worked for over 20 years with fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton, Armani, Céline and Christian Dior. No big deal! Her bio then goes on to say, “Passionate about architecture, art and interior design, she has recently created her own interior design agency. The contrast between German minimalism and French exuberance is Josephine’s philosophy to create unique and personal life spaces.” Um, ya. More inside her apartment after the jump! Photos: Livingetc via desire to inspire. How's it Hangin'? A Flop Tutorial.

I know some of you still have snow on the ground, but for us Floridians summer is already kicking into high gear. And summer means flip flops. Yep, we southern girls have 'em for everything: casual wear, evening wear, 'flops with heels, 'flops with big poofy flowers glued name it. They're cheap impulse buys, so it's easy to accumulate a whole mountain of flip-flops in a single season. But say you don't like the "mountain" storage method. Moving. Escapade: Simply beautiful. Quite often, there's no need for fancy displays or expensive props, simple glass pieces and candle light can completely transform a space with a magical glow.

escapade: Simply beautiful

Just perfect this the darkest time of year. Escapade: Wanderlust: The Cliff House in Kerala, India. Pictures of Forest Animals. $5 Flat Rate Shipping on all Orders USA only * click here for international shipping prices Contact / HelpBlogAbout UsLog inFavoritesView cart 0 items / $0.00 <div class="noscript-warning"><div class="content">This site requires JavaScript to function properly.

Pictures of Forest Animals

<br />Please enable JavaScript in your web browser. </div></div> Home Organizers - Creative Storage Ideas. Keep It Sorted: Spice Rack as Craft or Office Organizer Redbook. Fabulous Pieced Map Art Tutorial. Fabulous Pieced Map Art Tutorial By Creative Juices Decor What fun to be able to do a guest post on Cassity’s blog! My name is Selina and I come to you from Creative Juices Décor. What you will find on my blog is lots of inspiration for all your Creative Juices! I am an interior designer by degree and LOVE home design/decorating, thrift store shopping, healthy recipes and crafting.

Awesome Apps: Decorating & DIY Resources on the Go Stylelist HOME. Operation Organization: Closet Edition. An Organic Christmas. Another Way to Display Your Shoes. APT with LSD: Devon Radziwill. Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment.