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16 Jun

I Love: Petal Pusher

Petal Pusher

Petal Pusher

You guys know I Love removable wallpaper. I’ve been seeing this beautiful Petal Pusher print by Joy D. Cho all over Pinterest lately. I love the pop it adds to a space and its usability for apartment dwellers. This print would work great in any space but especially in a hallway or powder room…Happy Shopping Everyone!

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11 Apr

Adler and Penney


I try my very best not to be late to the party but It seems It has hit midnight on this Jonathan Adler + Jcpenney partnership and I’m just showing up to the ball. Well, I still have by glass slippers on so here’s the run down on this amazing union. The struggling department-store chain unveiled this month a home area within its stores that feature several chic and affordable items from top designer, Jonathan Adler. You can even shop online if there isn’t a Jcpenney near you. With the vast success of interior designers and department-store partnerships, I can see this working out very well for both parties. I love when designers go mainstream because it makes our industry not look so posh. The line is amazing and the marking has been great but in the end this whole thing might just turn into a pumpkin after all. So, what do you think? Will this partnership have a fairytale ending or turn into a nightmare.

2 cents: I put this article in the “Living Small” category because their are some wonderful pieces in the collection that I think would work amazingly well in any small space.



13 Jan

I Love: Wentsworth chair


The features of this Wentsworth chair by Lee Jofa are just beautiful. The nailhead detail, the subtle curve and the legs make this chair something to cherish. The wheels are an added bonus. I love any piece of furniture that is easy to move around, especially if you live in a small space. I would love to have a pair in my living room because I always have to move my wing backs around when I want to workout. So, where in your home would you put this beauty?