By sticking with a strict color palette, you have to ensure there are plenty of textures and patterns to keep the interest. This design does just that. So carefully edited but still creates an edgy vibe. Rustic pieces like wood and baskets & metals are offset with glam items in glossy lacquer and mongolian fur.
This is so pretty and calming to me while still providing glamorous elements like faux fur (assuming it’s faux), aged mirrors and a glittery chandelier. Love the mint walls too. Has a hollywood glam feel. Beautiful. See more arched interiors here and faux fur throws here.
This is delightful. A male friend of mine who I been friends with for over 14 yrs is getting married tomorrow in Vegas. I am beyond excited for him and can’t wait to celebrate at his reception. So I may post a tad more on weddings and events in the next couple weeks…
Hi readers. Lately, I have had my mind on a number of things. I need to take a break and re-energize myself. So I’m making arrangements for a weekend getaway. I won’t be blogging until Sunday. Just a heads up on my absence. I do truly appreciate all the commentators and those who simply read on a daily or weekly basis. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
I adore this idea of getting away from flowers and using some creative juices to make a beautiful table arrangement. The colors of produce are too vibrant to pass up. This one above is stunning and has a contemporary feel. Of course…doing something like this is best when you actually plan to use the food to eat. Or you can provide custom paper bags for guests so thry can take the fruit/veggies as a favor at the end of the night. How fun for a dinner party.