ONE. The most colorful little spot in the Kips Bay Dallas Showhouse.
More of the designer’s work can be seen here.
TWO. Layers upon layers in this cozy cottage.
THREE. I don’t always love design trend prediction lists but I did really enjoy all of these designers’ perspectives.
FOUR. How to shop Etsy like an interior designer. (Lampshade can be found here.)
FIVE. Modern and masculine design inspiration.
SIX. Saturday Style at Home (or a list of random things that caught my attention online this week).
1. A small, sleek buffet lamp that’s size could also work well on a mantel. 2. A large suzani tapestry at a great price, perfect for hanging on a wall or draping over the back of a sofa. (See photo #two in this post.) 3. A set of natural baskets. I’d use as extra storage for rolled towels. 4. These tiger pillows remind me of the ones I have on our sofa. 5. This hand-carved chair looks like an antique and would be nice as an accent chair beside of an entryway console. 6. A modern white lamp that would be great on a nightstand. 7. This faux leopard hide rug would be a fun way to add pattern in an entry or bedroom. 8. and 9. This black shade paired with this little glass lamp is the perfect little light for a desk, kitchen or mantel if you have the space. 10. A versatile wood bowl, perfect for filling with fruit, clippings or just as a catchall. 11. A small end table with great details.
The Saturday 6 is back. What a treat! I missed these posts:)
Me too! Yay!
Welcome back! I look forward to these posts!
Karen Lynn Mcclurg says
I did a double take when I saw your post. It was a good one , that cottage.
Yay, happy to see your post!
Hi Emily- SO SO SO happy you are back to Saturday posts (in whatever capacity YOU CHOOSE- that works for you and your family in this season. Thanks for the wonderful links and inspiration.
So glad to see your Saturday 6! I’ve missed you Emily! I bought that leopard rug for my husbands office as a Christmas gift. (He loves leopard print :) ) It ended up being a bit too big for the space BUT I used it to cover a chair that needed some love and it worked out perfectly! In fact, I love it better on the chair! It really is a great piece and at a great price point.
Hi! I never comment but wanted to let you know how very much I enjoy your blog. You have a great eye and beautiful design sense. I missed your posts and was happy to see this! Echoing the other comments, it’s a pleasure to read your posts whenever that works for you. I find your work to be on par with Erin Gates. Thanks for sharing your ideas!
So excited to see this post!