Ok, I know I seem a bit schizophrenic in my decor choices, yesterday modern, today Scandinavian, the next day French… Well, I like different things in different countries! It would be very boring if all our houses had the same theme. It depends whether the house is in a city, on an island, what the light is like, what the building tells you it wants to be! I love this French style vignette for an entrance hall. Too smart for our island house, but a definite possibility for an apartment in Paris or Stockholm… The turned legs and vintage wood with heavily distressed iron bracket on this console is all style. Perfect for an entryway, hallway or behind a sofa…
Like a window on Paris in the Springtime, this elegant canvas print of blossoming cherry branches embraces elements of romance in hues of sky blue, grey, taupe, and cream. Bring Paris to you!
I would add this lovely, hand-cut, hand-sewn, and hand-tailored high back settee to make this entrance feel really lux. It comes in fashion fabrics including trellis print and linen-look solids to take your room from neutral to sensational. Constructed from extra-thick kiln-dried hardwood and reinforced with wooden corner blocks, the hefty frame will ensure that it becomes a family heirloom. The final touch is the button back detailing, which gives a tailored look.
And, just to finish it off, inspired by an aged iron gate, this table lamp is all about unique detail. A sand burlap oval shade, trimmed in a deep tan burlap and lined with gold and taupe zebra print, tops a perfectly aged iron scroll-work base.
All this available from Shades of white.