Please welcome my newest sponsor, nationally renowed interior designer Jamie Herzlinger of JAMIESHOP.COM. JamieShop.com is an online buying service that allows you to purchase luxury furnishings that are typically sold “to trade only”. From wallpaper, lighting, fabrics, rugs, décor and furniture, you can purchase items up to 50% off retail price. Having had over 20 years of relationship building with over 400 top manufacturers, you will be able to browse jamieshop.com’s resource directory. Jamie has participated in past Kips Bay Show House in NYC and was honored as being one of the top twenty interior design firms in the country by Traditional Home Magazine. Her goal for you is to have the ability to live with luxury and style. Those shades are feminine and beautiful and I love the black details on the white vanity. I figured I’d also highlight some of my favorite designs Jamie has done including this from a past indulge daily post.
What a way to start Spring than to take a look at bright kitchens. I’ve been seeing more and more all over the blogiverse and here are some reasons for it. Enjoy…
White kitchens create a timeless, ultra-clean look to match any interior style
By guest author Joaquin Erazo, Jr.
Natural wood cabinets are out and stark white cabinets are all the rage these days. While it seems like they’d be hard to keep clean, it’s surprisingly easy, and they make your entire kitchen look brand spanking new.
White kitchens are light, bright, clean, and crisp.
White walls and natural light makes spaces appear bigger than they really are.
We have come to love the zig zag patterns known as Chevron and we often see it in textiles, fabric & walls. But those aren’t the only places like THIS chevron ceiling or the SHUTTERS & cabinetry of this post. What do you think…where would you put the pattern?
If I could redo the tile in my bathroom, this here would be IT. Love the MOORISH pattern and 14K gold feel. But I’m renting and obviously can’t tear out the lovely plain white tile in my current situation. *sarcasm*
First, I love how they made use of the height of the space and stored pots in such a stylish way. But the pearl black subway tile sets it off. I love it, everything about it. I’m not being biased because my favorite color is black. This is just a really good design…
Did you notice this tub is shaped like a stiletto? Or were you too engulfed in the details of the tile?…