I stumbled across these images on Style Me Pretty and can’t get over how amazing this party would be. Talk about the best launch party for the cutest business EVER… or my business, whatever. Talk about “glitter and gold”!
Happy Monday ya’ll. It’s been a while, good to see you here. I spent a lot of this holiday week/weekend looking for furniture for the new apartment. You know, this one. I bought a lamp that is very similar to the one in the photos below and I’m officially obsessed. This living room is the bomb.
Do you ever wonder why your house never looks like the makeover shows on TV or fashion bloggers houses when they are featured on other blogs? Well, it’s because of the styling. You might think that you can simply stack books on your acrylic coffee table or throw any matching pillow onto your couch, but that’s not always how it works. Some people have an eye for color, pattern, and size but other people may have to work on it. Here are some of my favorite examples of really, really good styling that don’t necessarily follow all (or any) of the rules.
I’ve been MIA for good reason. I received a job offer and accepted… time for me to say goodbye to freelancing! I’m so excited about the opportunity and to get back into the fashion industry full time. This also means I’m officially apartment hunting again, a loft with exposed brick would be my absolute dream, so it’s research time. Here are some photos of what a dream loft would be, wish me luck in finding it!
The next place I live in will have exposed brick even if I have to lay it myself (seriously, don’t put it past me). I just love the look it gives to a home or apartment, orrrrr a loft. Can I have a loft with one obnoxiously large exposed brick wall, please? Oh and then I can decorate the loft in all white, black, and gray like this post from yesterday!
Also, Every time I watch House Hunters (which is everyday for approx 2-3 hours) it seems like all of the exposed brick is in Chicago. Maybe I have to move to ensure there’s a proper brick wall in my dwelling place.
I’ve been slowly buying home pieces from West Elm and Anthropologie just waiting for the day when I will be able to use them again. When I had my own place, my style was confused. My bedroom looked amazing but the rest of the apartment looked so disjointed. I truly believe a home is a direct reflection of your personal style, or your style as a couple. Well… next time, whenever that may be, I’m so ready! Here is some of my home decor inspiration. I have to force myself to only use one image of Bri Emery’s loft but I just want to make sure you all know that if I could clone it and move it to the East Coast it would be mine too!
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