We are delighted to have some our personal favorites from the shop picked by N.E.E.T Magazine for their September issue. Pleased to be paired with Vintage Bazaar’s eco-chic Lounge/Diner & the cottage-cozy Home Office of Post Road Vintage. Thank you, N.E.E.T!
The anglophile in me loves the Queen Cross Stitch while the Wary Meyers back door satisfies my obsession with color + stark white palette.
Bright white new walls (Polar Bear White to be exact) are in the works here which will better compliment the colorful pieces we have collected for our East Coast home. Nothing like a wall color make under!
I am itching to get back to London, but with new projects on the board and a wedding in less than two weeks, perusing the web pages of my favorite British designers will just have to do.
In doing a bit of browsing, I came across a home on the shore in Barbados styled by Suzy Hoodless. She is know for her unexpected style in textile and interior design. I loved her wallpaper collection, Hothouse so, that I covered the walls of our last Brooklyn apartment in it floor to ceiling.
Though it is a home on the coast, it is not entirely tied to a beach or nautical theme in color or style. We have the ability to create a soothing environment by pairing neutrals with chromatic accents. In this case hot pink and yellow do the trick. Just as calm as a room with blue or gray tones hues..
Yesterday Marcia & Paul over at Zia Priven posed the question “Let’s have fun- What do you consider to be the worst decorating faux pas? Or most horrific accessory? Wall color? “
Our reply was -certainly wall color. I think sometimes we forget just how stunning and clean white can be. This example from photographer Emma Mitchell reflects simplicity in color and beauty in objects.
We’ve matched this room with our Wide Mouth Ceramic Pitcher which features a scalloped edge and glazed finish. Add it to a ledge, console or side table.
You can even incorporate a colorful vintage floral archival print like our “May Flowers” piece into your monochromatic space.