I am not really sure it can be called a bathtub because it’s unlike any tub I have EVER seen. I came across this bath area via Pinterest (and they found it via The Messes of Men who got it from French By Design who thanks Architectural Digest, WHEW!) and I just had to know what it was made of. Apparently, it’s a giant piece of granite hollowed out and sculpted to be a tub. Not the least expensive tub around but what an exciting, unique and beautiful design.
I was browsing the blog, More Design Please, and saw their post featuring all kinds of printable gift tags. If that’s the one thing you have forgotten this year, here you go! They are all so cute and most of them are free!
No, my name is not Stella but I do love furniture. More importantly, I love great furniture pieces. I came across the furniture creations from Stella Love today while checking out a new (to me) blog by Second ShoutOut (SS are passionate about vintage contemporary pieces and will have their own online marketplace soon). I adore the Stella Love creations (available through Nube Green)! She uses plaid fabrics and vintage Swiss Army blankets to bring life to these old furniture beauties…. (she also makes clothes!) Enjoy!
I found More Design Please today while browsing the fabulous Internet. More Design Please (MDP) is a fun blog created by Summer and she shares some fabulous fashion finds, decor ideas, food and design ideas! Take a peek. : ) I will definitely have More Design Please!
(all photos from More Design Please)
Lately, in several different magazines, I have noticed the use of black paint as the main wall color and then today I came across a post on Apartment Therapy mentioning the use of black walls in small spaces. What do you think? Does anyone have black walls (or a wall) in their home? Chalkboard painted walls don’t count. ; )
Cocoa & Hearts is an online shop from Jen Ramos, the creator of Made By Girl shop and blog (we blogged about some prints from Made By Girl awhile back). Jen sells her own original artwork through Cocoa & Hearts. Her pieces are simple, very colorful and would be complimentary to just about any space.
I found Fancy House Road while searching for yellow decor ideas earlier this week. The site is run by mom, Debbie, and her three daughters, Camberley, Keighley and Kiersten. They blog about Home Decor, Fashion, Food and anything else they feel like. I love their “Quote of the Day”!