Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Loving Right Now

1. Stripes on the diagonal.


2. Iron railings painted white gloss.


For me it's the details which can make or break a project. The right details can turn something ordinary into something extroadinary. Here are a couple of details I am loving right now.


image 1 - via
fric and frac blog, image 2 - anna spiro

15 comments:

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Diognal stripes look great! Definitely inspirational, and you gave me a great idea of what to do with my chaise :)

Vivi said...

I LOVE that chair. That green makes it beyond perfect.

la la Lovely said...

Oh my that chair is making me swoon. The green paint and pink stripes.. wow!

Her name was Lola said...

I adore that cozy chaise lounge with the diagnol stripes. And the colors are just so...Floridian! Fabulous.

Cheers.

Avian | nestparty.com said...

Oooo, I'm so into stripes on the diagonal too! I'm really getting into chevron patterns lately on walls and rugs. Iron white railings remind me of art museums!! =)

Ms. B said...

I love the fainting couch! Love the pink and green combo! The stripes are lovely too!

xoxo

Semigloss Chic said...

Love the stripes on the diagonal, and in that color combination even more. That chaise looks like the perfect place to curl up with afternoon tea and magazines.

Sarah said...

Love that first shot. Definitely adding it to my inspiration board.

Sobrina Tung said...

I would love to have that chair! Beautiful blog!

fric and frac said...

I never tire of looking at this beautiful striped chaise! Glad you like it too!

Francy said...

Adorei as listras da poltrona, ficou bem divertido!

compulsively compiled said...

That couch is the best!

susan said so said...

I love your blog! I linked to you here: http://confessionsofasineater.blogspot.com/2009/08/bring-hither-pink.html

I hope you'll stop by for a visit : )

xox,
Susan

Claire said...

I love the iron railings, they are so cool! I saw something similar on the chd website which had iron artwork on it!

Nicole said...

is there any way you could tell us where the chaise is from? who makes it? i am dying to get one!