Project Progress: Pretty in Pink

Hey everyone! I hope everyone had as amazing of a weekend as I did at Austin City Limits. I am seriously considering going back for Weekend 2 just so I can see the Red Hot Chili Peppers all over again… They were by far my favorite show out of them all.

Anyways, as I am sitting here reminiscing about my past few days, I thought that I’d share one of my favorite “in-progress” projects with all of you to make your Tuesday brighter. Although there is more work to be done to complete her new crib, I am already in love with all that its turning out to be. Here are a few photos I took of my favorite accessories and decor (so far). Enjoy!

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Home Office

What I would do to work in this happy place…

1/ Butterfly Wallpaper, Designers Guild

2/ Book Shelf, Ballard Designs

3/ Three Door Credenza, Mod Shop

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Living Room + Dining Room

Every accessory from the blush oriental rug to the magenta agate coasters screams girl time. The pink and navy accents that Maureen incorporated throughout her home add pops of color that cheer up the open layout. Everything from the table books to the wallpaper was thoughtfully chosen to reflect the client’s bright personality. How FUN would a happy hour with friends be in this posh space.

1/ “When Art Meets Design” Table Book

2/ Dining Table, Layla Grayce

3/ Pom Pom Rug, Anthropologie

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Master Bedroom

Adding more of a theatrical flair and darker color scheme to this room, the master bedroom has an overall bold yet cozy feel. Very unique!

1/ “Opera” by Ludwig Favre, Art Star

2/ Dark Floral Wallpaper, Ellie Cashman Design

3/ Atlas Point Chair, All Modern

4/ Gold + Pink Ottoman, Wayfair

5/ Black Swing-Arm Wall Lights, Visual Comfort & Co.

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I hope that you readers got some inspiration and ideas from this project! We are still in the process of finishing her lovely home and can’t wait to share the rest of it all with you all as it comes together. Have a happy rest of your week and don’t forget to check the blog on Friday for some more Fab Friday Finds!

xoxo,

Greta

Roundup: Favorite Online Decor Shops

In the design world, we call it sourcing, purposeful shopping, research, inquest. As a designer, furniture are not just rectangular pieces {or whatever shape} to us & swoon-worthy objet trouves makes us gasp with excitement every time. We consider these items a piece of a story that seamlessly narrates what our design client is all about. Don’t get me wrong, going to brick and mortar shops is a must as well as developing relationships with trade partners and vendors is crucial {especially with local artisans}. But when we’re explaining a piece to a client, nothing is easier than capturing an image or a link online and saying…”something like this.” And helps in finishing up design boards too {check mine at Houzz!}. Well, my purposeful shopping and research always bring me to these online shops that seem to absolutely get me & my client’s needs:

For accessories….

Domino online shop

Domino, the beloved mag which launched a slew of design-loving and decorating-savvy community may have initially collapsed but it’s thriving again with it’s e-magazine, quarterly printed issues & yes, a wonderful e-shop. It sells various home items but I’m especially in love with their accessories.

furbish studio

For vibrant, colorful and even whimsical little finds, you won’t get disappointed shopping at Furbish Studio.

For amazing vintage finds ….

chairish vintage

Of course there’s always Craigslist but Chairish is amazingly curated and well-edited, I couldn’t help but “heart” almost every piece. Additional perk, you can actually negotiate on the item pricing, now that is awesome!

One Kings Lane shop

Of course One King’s Lane is one of my faves. Flash sales of impeccable pieces is an adventure in itself. You should really check out their vintage items!

For deals …

wayfair shop

Contrary to what most people think, Wayfair does not carry only low to medium-end products. It also carries high design brands like Jonathan Adler and Herman Miller. Their discounts are not to be beat. Here’s a tip, if you are a designer or working with a designer, join their Trade Services which gives you more discounts on already discounted prices. You’ll get personalized assistance from a dedicated rep & the Wayfair brand includes other amazing shops; All Modern, Dwell Studio & Birch Lane.

For the modern lover….

all modern shop

All Modern is amazing! Sometimes these items can be downright super pricey but this shop has alternatives for the same look!

For the eclectic ….

dwell studio shop

Dwell Studio… Eclectic with the occasional glam, whimsical & bohemian vibe, this is a brand neo-traditionalists can relate to.

For masculine finds ….

jayson home and garden shop

I’ve been in love with Jayson Home & Garden ever since I stepped into their shop in Chicago about 6 years ago. The feel is masculine, global and rustic and all around just sophisticated.

For the traditional …

horchow shop

Then there’s Horchow, Neiman Marcus’s sister brand for all things home related. It’s all about beautiful, more ornate and Euro-traditional items & pieces.

Where are you online shopping right now?

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