Posts for Interiors Category
IMPLEMENT: New Orleans Residential Interiors Project

IMPLEMENT: New Orleans Residential Interiors Project

I recently have been lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with an amazing couple here in New Orleans on their very first home together. They purchased this home in January of last year, but have basically not touched it since they moved in. They have no furniture that they want to keep, so I was given a clean slate, which is like really good music to an interior designer’s ears. The home also has a great flow, amazing wood floors through out, and needs no major renovation work. All perks. Pluuuuus, the...

LEARN: Blue and White Wares

LEARN: Blue and White Wares

The world of blue and white pottery is a very very LARGE one. The history and variety are overwhelming. I hope to come back to this subject one day and provide you with more information, but I thought I would start with a few of my favorite patterns.

The Denmark Pattern by Furnivals Ltd. is no...

SCENE: Anouck Lepère’s Apartment

SCENE: Anouck Lepère’s Apartment

There are many homes that I love and find inspiring, but few that I think I could walk right into and not change a thing. Well, while perusing one of my favorite blogs this morning, Miss Moss, I came across a few images of Anouck Lepere’s apartment (she is a supermodel in case you are...

Holiday Villas In Goa

Holiday Villas In Goa

I always have been fascinated with the beautiful state of Goa. Although, I am yet to visit this tropical paradise, I can safely say that is a high recommended tourist destination from close have from Britain that visit there each year.

The architecture is what has really fascinated me over time. Some of these independent villas...

SCENE: Ain’t no sunshine in the subway…

SCENE: Ain’t no sunshine in the subway…

SCENE: Ain’t no sunshine in the subway…

but it sure is lovely the way the light reflects off the tiles! Renovations and freelancing. Together, they can run a blog dry! As Katie said, we’ve got some serious before and afters on the way. Subway tiles included.

For me, they were a

given: they made my space feel cleaner,...

IMPLEMENT: Lazy Bohemian

IMPLEMENT: Lazy Bohemian

A girl can dream, right? An open shower surrounded by sunlight and plants, a private space used for lounging, relaxing, taking care of myself. Bossa nova fills the air; enveloped in gardens. But the most important part is that I have nothing to do.

Sorry for the absence around here as of late. Christie and I...

SCENE: Bohemian Garden

SCENE: Bohemian Garden

Lately I have been craving preppy clothes, sweet foods, and bohemian interiors. Who knows. It works, right? Needless to say I wasted about a hour and a half when my friend Erin Riche introduced me to the blog Bohemian Homes. It revels in chilled out lazy bohemian homes. Summer feels like it is right around...

LEARN: Guastavino Tile

LEARN: Guastavino Tile

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They’re called SUBWAY tiles, but who put them in the subway in the first place??? I couldn’t seem to get a straight answer on exactly who came up with those tiles for the subway. The reasons for use are clear: they’re clean-looking when they ARE clean, they’re easy to scrub down...

SCENE: Art Loft

SCENE: Art Loft

Art Loft Space

Every few months I have the overwhelming urge to start painting again. I pretty much draw everyday and am lucky enough for people to pay me to use my brain creatively, but there is something so different about creating something for no one but yourself. Everything changes the moment you are getting paid...

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