I usually like to send out my seasonal trends before the season starts, but you now how it goes- Lots of real job work going on around these parts and poor StyleBurbia is suffering in my absence. At least it's still Fall and we're not up to our eyeballs in snow, right (though I did see some snow in some pictures from some of my Colorado peeps- not ready AT ALL!)?
I digress... as usual... so let's take a lookie.
Easy ways to spruce up items you may already have in your wardrobe-
animal print, leather, metallics and plaid- add a red lip and you're set.
It's so beautiful I have to post it again- to refresh your memory of course- not because I LOVE it and can't stop looking at it. ;)
Well, I bought two magazines (a special edition of Domino Magazine and House Beautiful) the other week. In BOTH magazines, chandeliers very similar to the one in MY bathroom were featured.
I think this means that the above chandelier and I were meant to be. Don't you?
Here's the chandelier featured in Domino Magazine:
Here are the same chandeliers featured in the May issue of House Beautiful:
The chandeliers featured in Domino Magazine and House Beautiful are slightly different than the one featured in my dream guest bathroom. The ones featured in both magazines are from a company called Worlds Away.
My google searching pointed me towards Zincdoor.com where I found the Worlds Away chandelier featured in both mags.
While I was oohing and aahing at all of the lovely items on …
Are you surprised? I'm sure you can't believe that I actually came back and put up another post and it didn't take me months? LoL I'm trying! So back to the porch. Welcome back. Up the stairs we go.
I can see a big improvement already. I guess it couldn't have been much worse, right?
The porch re-do all started with this bench I found at Restoration Hardware. The color scheme came from the rug, which I saw by chance at Target. I always find that when you're actually looking for something you can never find it. I thought the red and orange would be a good compliment to the pink paint of my house and porch and the maroon shutters.