A little while back I stumbled upon a bold, pink sofa, and then I found more, and then wrote a little ditty about pink sofas here. While the pink sofa look is really not my personal style, I am still very capable of appreciate ‘most’ styles that are different of mine. Such as: Bold Eclectic Style – or at least that is what I call it. It’s mostly everything I’m not in my design style. Bold Eclectic primarily consists of a combination of rich tones, paired with pops of more vibrant color and large collections of art or personal belongings on display. Bold eclectic style is just that: Bold.
It seems August rolls around and talk of the end of summer, school starting back in session, and fall plans start to creep into our conversations. I’m not a fan. I’m a summer gal through and through. Since we only have about three months of summer here in Wisconsin (give or take a few weeks), I get really upset thinking about the end of summer when it feels as
Choosing a new custom sofa shouldn’t be as complicated as brain surgery, but it most definitely can make your brain hurt. With what seems like never ending choices in fabrics, arms styles, feet, cushions, sources to purchase from, and let’s not forget price points – it can make even the most sane person turn crazy. I know the decision to purchase a custom sofa is not for everyone, and there are plenty of sofas available that are ready-made or have just a few color options to make it easier on us all. But if you’re looking for a sofa with a specific style, color and fabric (I think they call that being picky – a la me?), then custom sofas are totally your jam (funny, mine too)! If you’re analytical, a total planner, and tend to make well
Many of the homes in my House Tour series so far have been beautifully appointed homes that are on the large side (okay, huge), case in point here and here. But when I came across this tiny house that is both designed and inhabited by interior designer Jessica Helgerson, I was reminded that small can be just as mighty.