Design is in the details, and I love studying photos and grabbing a simple idea or two to tuck away for later. Here are three great looks and the decorating details that caught my eye.
image: Amanda Louise Interiors
A couple of woven ottomans tucked under an acrylic coffee table is not only extra functional but works great visually to keep things from feeling too heavy.
image: Mark D. Sikes
If you’re lucky enough to have tall ceilings, you might not want to neglect the extra space above a door (or two) for hanging art. (Of course, you might not want this to be the most slammed door in your house. I really like Monkey Hooks for extra secure hanging.)
You may have already have the mirror you need without buying a larger one. If it’s on the small side, try adding stacked frames on either side and accessorizing underneath. Stacked books are a great filler for any vignette that needs a little “oomph.”
THREE. Quick. Somebody try this and tell me if it works before I get down on the floor. . .
FOUR. In case you’ve never checked out this duo’s design portfolio. . . (One of my favorites.)
SIX. My friends at BaubleBar are extending a 25% discount to my blog readers! This site is my number one go-to for fun jewelry–especially statement earrings. Use code EMILY25 at checkout. Valid through 8/31 and on all full-priced baubles. (Excludes Maya Brenner, sale, gift cards and accessories.)