The last two days in Paris have been busy with the hop on and off big red double-decker bus, and we have visited the Eiffel Tower at various occasions: rainy day, bright blue sky, and clear noir backdrop. This timeless beauty is truly magnificent and an absolute stunner. Just as I thought I'd seen the best of her … she had me stunned again!
Here is a light show that had me mesmerized last night.
Before I head out, I am delighted to have the lovely Christine of 219 Shop (who also loves Paris I must add) to be my guest today. Remember the HIS Room I shared with you before the holidays, Christine is here today to share HER Room with us.
I am crazy about that rug and the chandelier! Enjoy friends xoxo
But what’s more is that behind all that, Tim is one of the kindest and warmest people you could ever hope to meet. Getting to know and working with Tim over the past while has truly been my pleasure! He has all of the ingredients to be successful, and I wish him nothing but!!
You may recall a wee while back that Tim had put together his vision for a masculine space à la 219, and while I’m kinda crazy for the boy aesthetic, for today’s post I corralled up some of my fave pieces from the shop to create the feminine counterpart - #herroom.
Although my tastes seem to be a moving target – definite occupational hazard - the constant for me is always the palette – i.e. shades of white, black and brass – along with the mix - it’s always about the mix: the high gloss lacquer of the pair of architectural Dynasty Screens against the raw metal patina of the Oly pedestal and the weathered brass of the fireside tables; classic pieces such as the tufted salon chairs mixed with some edgier and sculptural accessories; or the shades of white palette with hits of black and skins all work together to mix it up.
Bottom line, it’s all about what resonates for you. So fill your space with what you love, and you can’t go wrong!
Very same that applies for the New Year: here’s hoping that Twenty Fourteen brings you closer to all that’s near and dear! To thy own self be true.