From this brand new source, a complete kit for making your own lampshade with your own fabric. I met Kiri last week and thought this a great idea instantly. Her site sells all the basic things you need and has tutorials. This is the basic kit to get you started.
Time to cozy up! The shorter days have us ready to light a fire and really hunker down into fall. These ten soft, fluffy, knit, fuzzy, gleamy and warm finds are all perfect for some snuggling and they're all on sale!
Winter may be coming fast, but that doesn't mean that you have to put away the bold patterns and colors of summer and spring. Here are five playful interiors and five matching coats that will keep you warm and happy, even as the temperatures begin to drop.
If you're looking for coffee table that's all natural, soft on the edges and light on the eye, this one is perfect (and great for smaller spaces). Made in Vermont, the Dunn comes in cherry, walnut and maple. I particularly like the rounded ameoba shape, which allows for really nice movement around the table and easy access from all sides.
Every winter, I look forward to hanging a strand or two of string lights inside my home to make it a cozy and festive. I usually stick with my standard strand of globe lights, but there are so many fun ones out there this year, I might have to switch it up.
Back in 2010, Herman Miller released a limited edition Hang-It-All in black with walnut knobs. I found it stunning in the pic above, where it is paired against a deep blue wall. The classic Hang-It-All comes in multicolors, but this is far cooler. You can find knock-offs of the limited edition on eBay here, but I couldn't find the real thing. The closest I got was Herman Miller's new all black version (link above), which is also very cool and would look awesome in multiples against a dark blue or black wall.
I realized that I was developing a bit of a reputation when I went to purchase this gold-sequined wedding dressand the girl at the shop said she had me pegged for that one. Seriously? She laughed and pointed out that my top that day was covered in matte gold sequins. Point taken.