A little while after Christmas I bought some deeply discounted organic sheets from Anthropologie (so love Anthro). I love my sheets so much. They have a fun green print all over and I love that they are made with organic cotton. The growing of organic cotton is much more eco-friendly than non-organic cotton and I wholly support that! Anyhoo, loving these sheets got me to lookin’ for other organic cotton bedding options so here’s what I found.
I love this built in bunk idea and look so much! If I had the space, I would find some way to make these bunks beds happen in my house. The stairs up to the top bunks are awesome and the bedding on them is so perfect. Each bed has its own light and little bookshelf. Cute! Such a great idea! (photo from August Fields)
HighFashionHome.com – Unique Furniture and Accessories for the Eclectic, Modern Lifestyle.
Just in case you didn’t already know, I wanted to let you in on the fact that High Fashion Home sells Dwell bedding. I have always been a fan of anything Dwell. If you’ve never been exposed to it, I highly recommend it. Take a peek.
I hadn’t visited Elle Decor in awhile so I decided to pop over to their website and see what wonderfulness they had to offer; I was not disappointed. I came upon an article about Interior Designer, Patrick Printy’s home. It’s a brand new home that he and his partner, Dan Holland, designed and had built but they wanted it to look like it had “been around forever.” The home is beautiful. It has so much natural light streaming in and they filled it with amazing furniture and lots of reclaimed wood (which looks fantastic). I hope this house gives you some inspiration and ideas! Enjoy. : )
This is the picture that sparked my curiosity. I love the look of the house from the back. Printy was inspired by Cape Dutch farmhouses in South Africa. Beautiful.
The living room is lovely. I am loving the exposed beams (reclaimed wood) and wide plank floors.
The dining area is very simple but appealing to the eye. The chandelier is a Printy design.
I am so in love with this wall full of framed art! It just looks amazing. I like that there is plenty of furniture present but it doesn’t overwhelm the room. Sofa is by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and the tray table is by Roost. High Fashion Home carries the side chairs; the Exposition Leather Chair.
The master bedroom. Still loving the exposed beams and I like the neutral color scheme. Bed is a Printy design.
This bathroom is so beautiful. So much natural light coming in, a gorgeous cast-iron bathtub and I adore the giant 18th-century wardrobe!
>I’d like to introduce you to High Gloss Magazine. It’s a new online magazine… actually, it was launched yesterday to be exact. High Gloss was created by Houston’s own Paloma Contreras. She is also the mastermind behind the very popular design blog, La Dolce Vita. Below are some pictures from the High Gloss first issue. The magazine really does offer some incredible ideas and info! Enjoy!
Perhaps you have already heard (I hadn’t) that Diane von Furstenberg is launching her new home collection sometime this month. If you haven’t heard, well, now you have!! I am so excited to see all of her new home line! I love her designs and so far I have really liked what I have seen of her home collection. She uses color but not too much and funky shapes for her tableware. From what I’ve read via Oprah Magazine, the DVF home collection will be carried at Bloomingdale’s and can be ordered through the Diane von Furstenberg website. DVF also offers a line of rugs which are already available. Check it out below.
I like that the leopard print is in purple and pretty blues. (photo from Oprah magazine)
Batik bedding and fun, funky shaped tableware. I love the bedding!
I love these Batik Dot sheets! (photo from Oprah magazine)
Colorful coasters and mugs. (photo from Oprah magazine)