a glimmer into the life of a mum who loves fashion, decor and prosecco

Ruffle my feathers

I am in the mood for some change - I want to spice up my living room, glam out my dining room and chic out the nursery (and add a crib!!!)  Gilt and One Kings Lane had some great inspirational pieces for me to get my creative thoughts a flowin!!!

Gilt Groupe - These were some of my favorite pieces from the "Boho Chic Parlor" sale

Shine by S.H.O. - Limoges chair -- I love the drama of this chair and the fabric choice!


Pierre Vandel Lucite and Brass Tea Cart


Shine by S.H.O. - Arcadia pendant light --- this could look great in a bathroom or add a little finesse to a small dining nook

Soicher Marin - Vintage Block Print Textile Designs --- I need all 3 of these prints (especially in those bamboo fames!)



One Kings Lane -  On yesterdays Tastemaker Tag Sale, Biggs Powell, was featured with some of his antique & vintage pieces



Love that these Chippendale chairs are not the traditional red or black


Gorgeous chrome pair of lamps



Italian chandelier - entry way - YES (Now I just need a formal entryway)


I want/need/love/adore these Greek key sconces for my bedroom


Okay this is my favorite piece - a midnight blue vintage glass dining table - fab!!

beautiful pair of armchairs - ooohhh the fabric swatches swooshing through my mind at the moment!


Wouldn't these add some fabulous-ness to an all-white kitchen?



Yes please! - and again the fabric swatches are swirling in my head . . .


Have a terrific Thursday!
xoxo
E




3 comments

  1. There's so much here that I love. Especially that bar cart!!

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  2. I'm with Chassity -- the bar cart is AHHHMAZING!! too bad it sold (and was also on the pricey side)!

    xo,
    joAnn

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  3. These chairs have got to be the classiest pieces of furniture I've ever seen! :X I'd love to own those.

    Yasmeen
    Castle Fashion

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