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Sunday
Sep192010

Room service

Image by Lucas Allen

There's nothing better than waking up late on a Sunday morning and having a delicious breakfast in bed surrounded by your comfy down pillows and comforter. And if you really want to eat in style, bring your culinary fare, or just a cup of joe and a bagel, on one of these gorgeous and stylish trays. Whatever your style is, I'm sure there's one out there for you. Happy Sunday!

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Saturday
Sep182010

In shadow

The silhouette portraits have been around since the 18th century, but like most art forms they seem to be popular again. Whether called shades, profiles or shadow pictures these were pictorial representations of a person cut out from black thin cards – but then the camera came along. On a recent Sunday brunch at Bobo Restaurant in Greenwich Village (btw, one of my favorites now) a wall filled top to bottom with gracious profiles caught my eye. The funny thing is that after that, they seem to follow me EVERYWHERE. You can find them in toss pillows, shower curtains, tote bags, votive candle holders, bedding and wall art. This has now become a popular trend for home decor. And guess what? You can even get your own silhouette portrait done by Brooklyn artist Carter Kustera. They are really unique and a fun addition to personalize your decor. 

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Thursday
Sep162010

Plated cities

These porcelain plates with major cities' downtown maps printed on them are the perfect keepsake for travel aficionados. From New York to Shanghai this collection portray a bold, graphic representation of some of twelve distinctly fascinating cities chosen for their reputations as gateways, and for the way each is dealing with the effects of agglomeration as its population begins to reach critical mass. Neat-O!

Sunday
Sep122010

Making it Fall

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My friends, the time has come to put those bathing suits and flip-flops away... Fall is fast approaching. I guess we need to start thinking of warming up the decor in our nest, and what better way than using nature as inspiration. I've always been a big fan of natural materials as they let us bring a little bit of the outside in. You don't need to go overboard and completely redo your interiors, just adding a couple of key pieces, fabrics and accessories will immediately transform the mood of your pad. All you'll need then is a hot cup of cocoa, or tea, to kick back and enjoy this beautiful time of year. Happy Fall!

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Saturday
Sep112010

Tears of joy

I was blown away by these gorgeously fun glass globes that will definitely be a conversation piece in your home. Hand-blown from recycled glass stock, each piece is handmade, one at a time, by Justin and Andi at Esque. These Wall Tears are sold as a set of three. They come in a variety of colors including White, Cream, Red, Orange, Pink, Chartreuse, Gray, and Turquoise. Every tear is unique.

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