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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sarah bartholomew

I have a pretty serious obsession with Nashville based interior designer Sarah Bartholomew, and I know I’m not the only one. House Beautiful just did a big feature on her gorgeous home, and I’ve seen photos of her work cropping up all over Pinterest and the blog world as well. I think that what makes Sarah’s work so interesting is…
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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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Trelise Cooper S/S 2014

Have you heard of Trelise Cooper? I just discovered the New Zealand based designer and promptly fell in love. Her entire Spring / Summer 2014 line is beautiful and totally wearable; if I could afford (or get my hands on) every piece of it, I would snatch it all up. The Trelise Cooper aesthetic leans toward being ladylike yet fun…
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DVF’s Journey of a Dress

Over the weekend I visited the Diane Von Furstenberg Journey of a Dress exhibit. I’ve long been a DVF fan (I even wore a wrap dress in our engagement photos) and to see forty years of wrap dress history all together was quite fascinating. Seeing 200 mannequins wearing the iconic dress was really quite a site to behold; that a…
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Julie Vos Jewelry

It can be surprisingly difficult to find chic, well made jewelry at an affordable price, so when I came across Julie Vos‘ collection I just had to share! Most items are priced between $75 – $300, but the quality and workmanship makes them appear a lot more luxe. Julie primarily uses semi-precious stones and gold tones to create her wearable…
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