bookcase style

I’ve been doing a lot of bookcase styling at work recently, so I figured I may as well talk about it on the blog as well. Sometimes a client has tons of great accessories, books, and pretty frames and it all comes together organically and easily, but other times it can be kind of frustrating and feel like it’s just not working…
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mark d sikes

I’m a big Mark D Sikes fan, and after having just spent a couple of hours poring over his latest book, I’ve become even more obsessed with his work. Mark is an LA based designer with a seriously chic aesthetic; whether he’s doing full blown print, pattern and color like this NYC apartment or keeping a room neutral and calming, the results are equally…
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kathryn ireland

I’m having a bit of a Kathryn Ireland obsession at the moment. I’ve seen her work when flipping through magazines, own one of her books, and have even sourced her fabric for my old boss, but since I never watched Million Dollar Decorators I feel like I missed out a little on seeing just how gorgeous her work is. I’m…
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fermoie

The other day I was at the Claremont showroom picking up a few samples for a client, when I discovered and immediately fell in love with British textiles company Fermoie. I don’t know how I had never heard of the company before, but now that I have I’m completely obsessed. The fabrics are designed and printed in England using a traditional printing…
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schumacher citrus garden

Schumacher’s Citrus Garden print is another all time favorite of mine, like Samarkand which I talked about here. Every time I’m in the Schumacher showroom pulling fabrics for work I always end up looking at Citrus Garden – it’s just such a fun, happy print. I have a fabric swatch of it at home that I’m keeping in the hopes of…
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peter dunham samarkand

Peter Dunham’s Samarkand is my all time favorite fabric. It’s this gorgeous paisley print that somehow works in just about any style of room, from super traditional and classic to uber bohemian and global. Samarkand comes in quite a few different color ways but the one I love most is blue and green on the white background, as seen in the…
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