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Big Art

In some cases, size does matter and the context in which I’m thinking about size is art, specifically large scale art or as we sometimes like to call it big art.

I was recently lamenting over not pulling the trigger on a piece of abstract art I saw at the High Point Furniture Market two years ago. I ran across a reminder of this piece in my camera roll as I was trying to free up some space on my phone by getting rid of screenshots from too long ago and blurry images of little girls at ballet recitals.

I came across it on the roll and instantly realized that it would’ve been the answer to my question of – do I move the gallery wall from the living room to the dining room and put shelves in the living room or do I leave the gallery wall where it is and get a new larger piece for the dining room…on and on and on and on

And this is where I land us all on big art.

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Woven Pendants

All the pendant lights are woven lately, around every Insta and Pinterest turn they’ve gone natural.

Found it on Pinterest

 

via Leanne Ford (who is everywhere lately, right!?) Love it.

Get the Look – Basket Weave Pendant

 

via Leanne Ford (yes!)

via Lonny Mag

 

via Zak & Fox

Get the LookSanta Barbara Pendant

 

via Elle Decor

via DecorPad

 

A snap of the Serena & Lily Shop Patio by Life on Virginia Street

Get the LookWicker Globe Pendant

 

via Walter G Textiles

 

via Angie Hranowsky

Get the Look – Selamat Woven Chandelier

 

via Mark D. Sikes

SHOP WOVEN PENDANTS

We found the best the web has to offer! Scroll through our picks below!

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Pottery Table Lamps

Getting a great vintage score on a statement making ceramic lamp usually elicits something like an intense whispered “yesss” from me when it happens. I still have a great vintage ceramic lamp similar to the blue and green one below in the my girls’ playroom/art studio. Vintage or new, I like them for texture, their round oversized scale or their drippy or boldly colored glaze and color.

They are standouts in a supporting role and tag right along with the ceramics trend. I’m on the hunt for just the right one for my living room to replace my ceramic blue and white. Time for a change.

 

 

via Studio McGee

 

Find it on Chairish
1960’s Ceramic Blue & Green Glaze Lamp

via Desire to Inpsire: Robert Stilin

and guess what, we found it. Get the Look on ETSY
Vintage Maurice Chalvignac 1960’s Lava pot lamp

 

Miracle Mile Cottage by Kishani Perera

via Hollywood at Home
via One Kings Lane

via Brian Paquette Interiors

via One Kings Lane

 

 

via Ginny MacDonald

via Kristen Panitch Interiors

SHOP FOR YOUR POTTERY LAMP

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Seventies Influenced Design

After writing the blog post about design trends for 2018, it was clear that 70s design has already been and will continue to influence the way we’re decorating our homes. Case in point –


Maven Collective via SFGirlbyBay

 

Source Unknown

 

via Pinterest AU

 

via HandEye Magazine

 

 

via DesignLoveFest

 

via Rue Mag

 

via Pampa

 

SIDEWINDER Art Print from Block Shop | TENNIS: Yours Conditionally LP | SABA Modular Sofa |
Rwandan Basket from SHOP TEOT | Record Player | Blue Table Lamp | Hippie Wrap Skirt

 

 

 

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Jenna Lyons New SoHo Loft

Do you guys remember Jenna Lyons loft in Brooklyn from 2008?

We’ve referenced here on this blog ten if not a hundred times and from what I’m reading online today, it’s on the most pinned interiors in Pinterest history. It looked like this:

We loved it because of it’s Frech influence, and that bright yellow English Roll Arm is the English Roll Arm that launched a thousand ships. We have tried since to locate the perfect example of this British furniture staple and designer classic

 

Well, in new news…. her 2017 SoHo loft is every bit as Parisian and pinnable. I fully expect to see it copied en masse moving forward. Feast your eyes below and read all about it (and get more pics) at NYT. Keep your eye out for the same Zebra rug!

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Need a Rug Refresh? We have Turkish Oushaks for You!

Now at the Shop!

In case you haven’t heard

Turkish Oushaks are where it’s at! We love them for their fun eclectic addition to any room, from the bedroom to the bath. For inspiration, see our previous post Turkish Oushaks for All.

So, we wanted to make sure you were among those who know that we have more in stock!

A fresh little batch made its way over from Capaddocia in Pink medallion patterns. We work carefully with our friends there to make these selections, so that you have the cream of the crop to choose from.

So scoop up a brand new-to-you vintage rug today!

Here’s an example of what’s in store!

 

 

 

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