Loving these pillows by Naomi Paul. Also, check out the Textile Arts Center Blog for some great fabric inspiration.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
(my home)Dear readers, my deepest apologies! My lack of posting the last few weeks has been due to the fact that I've returned to finish an internship up in North Carolina. I'm working in the development office of a art institute in the Blue Ridge Mountains and have the absolute privilege to live in the most quaint little cabin with a view of the mountains outside of my window. I will be here until the 27th, so expect posting to be sporadic until then (internet is hard to find out in the pines).
(view from my window)
Look forward to pictures of my new apartment when I return!
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Thursday, July 28, 2011
(Above: Anthropologie sheets and a vintage Pendleton blanket.)
(Above: Look at that green leather sofa!)
See more of Richard Christiansen's laid back, beachy-cool Montauk, NY house in this NY Times Home & Garden feature.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Monday, July 25, 2011
When I saw the picture above, my first thought was, "Oh! What a cute couple. Where do I find a boyfriend like that?!" But as I looked at the photo and styling in more detail, I became fascinated with the girl's shoes. I love the look of that thick dark wooden heel next to the leather. (And, I'm always a sucker for knee socks pulled above a pair of boots on bare legs.)
So I set off on a search for something similar. Like shoe window-shopping online. It's fun, you know?
Love the blue suede color here:
These green ASOS boots are probably my favorite. Love the mossy color and the little pop of wood at the heel. I'm definitely a neutral/earth tone color girl, and these would fit into my wardrobe easily:
And then, these purple ones are super hot. I would totally wear these. Although sometimes I shy away from purple because I'm not sure how to style it as well. But, the low heel is a definite plus for me, as I'm a pretty tall gal. Besides the boot, these would probably be easiest to wear around campus.
What do you think about the wooden heel? Which style above do you like the best?