Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Camels Back!

I love soft gray and white palettes these day, but unfortunately they seem to be getting played out!  Every Instagram and design image is gray and white, and there is nothing wrong with that combo but there are other beautiful neutrals out there that may be making a come back such as...CAMEL!
Camel can be soft and sharp at the same time.  It all depends on how it's introduced into one's space.
Walls with a soft or warm camel done in a matte or high gloss paired with other creamy or white neutrals can add warmth without adding too much color.  I love camel leather and mohair for sofas, chairs or pillows too.   A textured camel linen panel hangs lovely as drapery against a neutral or printed wallpaper such as a Gracie Chinoiserie etc.  But, don't take my word for it just look at these below!


Nothing like a gorgeous Winter Camel outfit!




Suzanne Tucker for Mileu Mag!!


Credit 

Carrier & Co for Mileu-Mag!

Again Carrier & Co doing a custom camel wall paint and accents.


Carrier & Co. taking that camel and moving it through on soft and hard pieces.



Loving the steely blue gray mixed with this gorgeous camel leather!

Saturday, December 16, 2017

EVERGREEN

As the world outside my window receives a blanket of white, greenery exists indoors.  I think the christmas tree the many of us put up during the holidays bring that much needed evergreen in a time of cold and gray. Come enjoy the beauty of  all things green...













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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Side Of Mustard - PLEASE!

Maybe it's the fact that I am preparing food for Thanksgiving and I have a hankering for a sandwich, because a dollop of mustard on anything intrigues me right now Pre Winter has gray skies and fallen leaves with tones of gold everywhere you look. It has me wanting to add a touch of mustard to rooms, art, and even my attire.  Do you like a side of mustard or are you strictly a cool mayo fan? Check out these images and you just might change your mind!

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