"Flair is a primitive kind of style. It is innate and cannot be taught.It can be polished and refined. When a person has flair, a grounding in the principle of design, and self-discipline, that person has the potential of being an outstanding designer."
Albert Hadley:
The Story of America's Preeminent Interior Designer

Monday, October 25, 2010

More than just storage...

Bookshelves serve way more purposes than just for shelving books. They can be a way to add color to a room, a place to display collectibles and art, and a way to add interest to room by organizing and accessorizing them in a manner that supports your spaces aesthetics. Enjoy...

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

EtSy Finds

Modern Leaves Sideway Necklace by Juliesaborabowls

Vnateg Cropped Yellow Blazer by Vintch

Red Oak Coffee Table with Harpin Legs by Jchenry

Pumpkins and Cream Berry Wreath by Twoinspireyou

Earthy Rose Throw Pillow Cover by TheHomeCentric
Antique Garden Spoon Markers by Hammerman
4 x 6 Chanel No. 5 Pop Art Print by Candidate

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Design Spotlight {Angie Hranowssky}

A Charleston, SC graphic designer with a passion for interior design. Angie has been seen in many publication such as House Beautiful, Metropolis, Coastal Living, and Domino. Her work has a mid-century flair mixed with exposed woods and bright colors. Enjoy!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Design Spotlight {Sarah Richardson}

Sarah Richardson is a fabulous designer turned television personality. Sarah's styles stem from cottage chic to mid-century modern. Her rooms are filled with color, style, and different mixtures of materials and textures. Here are some of her amazing spaces...Enjoy!

All Images found via Sarah Richardson.