A tiny space carved out for dining and made special with a statement art piece.
Holiday House Hamptons/Linda Holt Photo
Who said downsizing has to be boring? If it’s just the one or two of you isn’t this really all you need? A little table, a few chairs and a fabulous piece of art?
Happy Friday and have a great weekend!
There are so many creative and out of the box ways to create a headboard. This custom painted wood screen is a great way to add color and visual interest to an otherwise neutral and very small bedroom.
Boston Magazine Design Home 2014/Linda Holt Photo
Happy Friday and have a great weekend everyone!
Happy Friday! Today I want to share this beach inspired turquoise study from the Holiday House Hampton Show House.
Bjornen Design /Linda Holt Photo
This small study just off the main living room was designed by Bjornen Design. The designer said since the Hamptons are all about the beach and horses, the sea horse lamp was his inspiration and starting point for the whole room. I love the turquoise and sandy beige color palette and the drift wood like coffee table. The wall paper and carpet reference the ripples of the ocean waves and the beach inspired accessories like the sea glass balls and the nautilus fossil remind you this is the Hamptons.
My favorite part of the room though are the black and white photos which ground the room and keep it from looking too themed.
This room was one of my favorites. What do you think?
If you ever get a chance to visit a Christopher Guy show room be sure to bring your camera. The products are beyond beautiful and the way they set up their show rooms is like visiting an art gallery.
Christopher Guy/Linda Holt Photo
When I spotted this silver mirror and two coral wall scones against the purpley-black wall I just about died! I would LOVE this in a powder room or dining room for a bit of glamour or even in the entryway. A work of art don’t you think?
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
There is an expression attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson that goes, “build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door”. Well this past May while touring the ICFF on BlogTourNYC, I saw what I thought was a better mouse trap….except it was a bird feeder.
Linda Holt Photo
So simple and beautiful…a work of art, but oh so clever. Striped down to the bare essentials, these feeders are so perfectly balanced that if a pesky squirrel even tries to hop on he/she will slide right off. Genius don’t you think?
Spotted at the Norway pavilion at The International Contemporary Furniture fair.