Time for a new Tug of War between two impeccable rooms! Blonde Voyage is vintage meets Gilligan’s Island with characteristics that will rock anyone’s boat. Cool antiques with a delicate ship wrecked look and modern pieces mixed in to create a wonderful humble abode. Landing Pad has a different more masculine look. Every piece ties in with each other to create a very chic pad! Who wouldn’t love to relax in a room like this? Now it is your time to decide which room you prefer more. The Blonde Voyage or the Landing Pad? Go to our Facebook page and comment on your favorite to enter for a chance to win a $200 gift card to High Fashion Home. Click here to enter.
Aren’t we all lucky that we not only have Black Friday to save money on gifts but we also have Cyber Monday!! High Fashion Home is offering $35 off purchases that are over $100!!! We have so many wonderful gifts to offer and great stocking stuffers too! When you shop online use the promotional code CYMONDAY (enter code in the promo code field during checkout) to receive the $35 off your purchase of over $100!! Here are some examples of our fun stocking stuffer ideas and great gifts!
Whenever I do these different blog posts, I come across the Stark name often. Stark rugs, carpets, fabrics etc. are extremely popular in the interior design world. The home in this post belongs to Ashley Stark (creative director for Stark) and I love it so. I love that each room has it’s own look. I love that she is not afraid to use color and prints. I love that she uses big, statement pieces. I just love it.
(photos from Elle Decor)
Now, whether you are a Twilight fan or not, I think we can all agree with the statement that the Cullen House from the movie is most incredible! Yes, I went to see the latest movie, Breaking Dawn, at midnight the other night with hundreds of other Twi-hards. Judge if you’d like. ; ) There are a lot of shots of the house in this movie and I just kept thinking “My gosh, this house is amazing!” The house was designed by Skylab Architecture in Portland and is actually called the Hoke Residence (named that because the person that originally bought the house was John Hoke; the director of footwear design for Nike)
(photos from Design Tavern and Freshome)
For those of you that didn’t receive our latest mailer and/or those of you that haven’t visited our website recently, I want to share some of my favorite new “Room Ideas“. You can find all of the room ideas on our website but these are my faves.