decorating

I do


do2

found on weddingelation.com

do3Photographer: Sarah Becker Photography,, via weddingchics.com

do4via hurricane productions

do5via pretty chic blog

do6via weddingchics.com

do7Chanel

do8

found on marrymetampabay.com

do9By Shannon May Photography

do10Image by Gideon Photography, via ruffled blog

do11via megphoto.com

do12C Baron Photography, via stylemepretty

texture tutorial


You know when you see something in a home or store and you just want to touch it? Probably because it screams texture.  A really effective way to create interest in a room is by using different textures.  Try a shaggy rug with a smooth, copper light.  A raw wooden table with beautiful leather chairs.  Instantly these different texture will make a room seem warm and inviting.  See if you can pick out the different textures used in these rooms. Don’t forget to scroll down to see my mood board of textured products too.

texture8photo by herz-allerliebst

texturePhotography: Sharyn Cairns – Styling: John Mangila

texture2via Lotte Manou

texture2via housenumber15

texture3Via KITKA design toronto

texture4source:  Jamais 203

texture5via abigail ahern

texture6via style files

Here are some products I found that make me want to run my hand over them: (I’m not suggesting you put them all together in one room!)

 

 

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COPPER CRAZE


copper5

via luxury.com

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geometric copper light, seen on calloohh callay

copper4

 

via wearemaven

 

copper2found on garden life

 

 

copper6

 vtwonen apr2012,s tyling Marianne Luning, photography  Anne de Leeuwcopper6 copper7

Shoot stylist: Jenny Hjalmarson Boldsen, Photography Hannah Lemholt For Elle. Via Coco Lapine.

copper8

 

 

found on annaleenashem

copper1

found on Anthropologie