When I saw this bedroom picture on pinterest I was in love.. upon investigation now I realize why. I have posted bits and pieces of this beautiful home before. The detail of the flooring transition in the hallway and the beautiful kitchen just a few weeks ago. This is the London home of Rose Uniacke and David Heyman. I love the simple clean feeling of everything with that touch of elegance that keeps it interesting, perfection. I am not sure that there is a need to elaborate on my part it really speaks for itself!
I truly enjoy going to market, no matter where you go it is very inspirational. There are so many talented creative minds that work on the showrooms it is really a treat to see most of the time. This past weekend we visited the LA Mart for the show and found some great new pieces and some really great displays.
Two's and Tozai never disappoint! This book display was amazing!
The Walls in this room were painted gold and were super cool.
Love the paper runner- great idea!
I think I need this even if I have no place for it, so sculptural and cool!
Thank goodness we are onto the weekend again. Although there does not seem to be an end in site for our busy fall season I do have hope that our home will soon be back to normal. Things are moving along well in the kitchen and the flooring is completely in. We just have painting to go and a few little things here and there.
How are things shaping up for you this fall? Does it seem that there is not a dull moment in any season as of late? I feel like we are all go go go around here.
I have been studying up on grey storage pieces lately for the kitchen and family room. I came across this piece which I don't think I have shared. Love this. I am not sure what it is that makes it seem so right, the monochromatic feel of the books that are slightly askew?
I hope you have been enjoying the holidays and a little time to relax after everything! We are having the most beautiful weather here so I have been trying to spend time outside in the sunshine doing a little reading and relaxing.
I guess I need to stop all of that and get back to work...
but for now it is books and plans for the new year!
So we all know how the blog community has opened our eyes to so many wonderful things that we could never have imagined. I feel so very lucky to have greige connect me in so many ways to a great community of design minded people. I was so excited when Angela and Renee contacted me while they were in California and I was even more excited to get a chance to meet with them and do my first official interview about greige and My Sparrow. They are so super sweet and their accents are so fun!!!
Angela and Renee have created an amazing line of lighting and lanterns that I am loving named La Caze. They make custom pieces in addition to their standard running line which is fantastic. Here is a little about the girls and the place that they call home....
When living in South Louisiana, you can find inspiration around every corner. The diversity and history of Louisiana architecture, expansive gardens and timeless elements incorporated into interior design continually inspire us. We met at the ball field when our kids were playing T-ball and were so pleasantly surprised that there was indeed someone else as crazy as we were about interiors, architecture and gardens. From that point on, endless hours were spent in creative endeavors. As a creative outlet, we began designing, building and remodeling every chance we got. As time went on, we became business partners in LaCaze and co-founders of the blog. You never know what wonderful surprises are around the next corner in life. Come along the journey with us as we share our love of interior design and architecture. We hope you enjoy and are inspired, as we take a take a stroll under the Spanish moss.
It is just so wonderful to see where friendships can take us!
But after reading this post from Cote de Texas all about wallpaper I remembered I had saved these and decided to share them. I love that paper in the first picture and I am not a wallpaper fan. It is just so...