Monday launched our gift guide series with picks for HER… yesterday was all about the GUYS. You didn’t think Kristin and I would curate a gift guide without mentioning the home, did you?! When we’re not shopping for my wardrobe you can find us scouting for Kristin’s new home. You can see quite a few pics of the pieces we have snagged for her home HERE. Given my profession and her obsession, it only seemed natural. So, here you have a few of our favorite finds from both across the web and right here in our town of Dallas to style your home. We have even snagged a few of them for here home…and a few are on my wish list too!
1. Glitzy Glam – Bejeweled Bottle Opener, Rose Quartz Platter, Glitter Spoon Set
2. Rockin’ Rugs – Harlequin Multi Rug, Udaipur Orange Rug & Metallic Cow Hide Rug
3. Vintage Glow – L-O-V-E Vintage Marquee Letters, Gyro Chandelier & Agate Lamp
4. Livable Luxury – Lucca Faux Fur Throw & Pillows, Nest Birchwood Candle
5. Pretty Preservation – Telangana Bone Box, Color Block Nested Boxes, Ornament Boxes
6. Fashionably Late – Year, Date, Minute Calendar, Multitasker Jotter
7. Wacky Walls – Pink Flamingo Cross Stitch, Louis Vuitton Illustration, “Albert” Canvases at Blue Print or Online HERE
8. Pillow Perfection – Grey Ostrich Pillow, Hummingbird Cushion, Yellow Metallic Velvet Pillow
9. Attention to Detail – Black Urchin Box, Oblique Box, Ulu Concave Table
Yesterday I spent the morning watching this gorgeous Timothy Oulton Gyro Chandelier being installed in a client’s home. The kitchen island was the last piece to be put in place before the fixture could be installed. I am in LOVE with this piece and the impact it has made in the space. Just a few more details to put into place, I can’t wait to see this gorgeous home pulled together!
We knew we wanted to hang the fixture in a fun way. It needed that perfect balance of industrial and glam, so we decided to bring in a wooden pulley piece with a super thick rope that would hook directly to a huge boat chain draping across the ceiling beams. Such a great way to visually make the high ceilings relate to the rest of the lower living space.