I am very excited to hear that fellow Dallasite, Bonnee Sharp of Studio Bon, has just partnered with F. Schumacher to distribute her line of fabrics. Check them out here. She does amazing work, and all are hand-printed, so you really get a hand-made, customized look in each run.
Loving these vintage barstools. If only I needed them…..I think they could really work with a number of different styles from a sleek retro modern look to a warm, rustic classic look. They come from Three Potato Four, a Brooklyn based company that specializes in one of a kind finds.
Foyer in progress…….The tape is up and the painting begins!!! I knew I wanted to do something in the foyer to brighten things up, and I loved the idea of a wallpapered accent wall. However, budget and the fact that I don’t own the place really wasn’t letting me do that. I’ve got a good amount of pattern running throughout, so I needed to be careful not to overdo it. As I was browsing the Schumacher website for a client, I came upon a Trina Turk design that I loved, and realized its very similar to the patterns I’ve got in my drapery and area rug. I tweaked the pattern design a bit and came up the with the one above..
Stay tuned for the final reveal tomorrow and then its on to the next project, my home office/kitchen area, which is in dire need of more storage space and a more cohesive feel.