Darlings. Darlings. Darlings. Who recalls this amazing table by Richmond Thrifter that I purchased a couple of months ago? Well, she is finally home and we are friggin' bananas over it. It is so glamazon I cannot even stand it. Now I have to make sure that the rest of the room can keep up in style.
It is super unique and definitely a one of a kind piece. I have to hand it to Erin as I consider her co-designer of this room. Her vision was amazeballs. Ahhhh! I need her to find me some more gems. Love that girl.
So I definitely bought this rug that we spoke about soooo long ago. Honestly, I could not be more in love with it. It brings the perfect amount of color, pattern and old world feel to the space. It is just was just what I was looking for. It emits this magic carpet feel. I feel as though at any minute I could ride out on it for a "magic carpet ride." Now who doesn't want that kind of mystere in a space? If you don't, I don't want to know you.
Other items seen styled here are some Barnes & Noble books from their "Bargain Book" section. If you turn your nose up at this section because it has titles such as "Pig Parts" and its other edition, "Chicken Parts," you are missing out. Big. Time. So I scored an Audrey Hepburn book, "Audrey Hepburn: A Life in Pictures," for a whopping $12.98. I mean seriously. AND a high fashion book "A Year in Fashion: A Look a Day" for an astonishing $6.98. Folks, you can't beat it. It is multi-purpose. The books can be used for styling and can also be read. What a deal. You will also notice the trusty Domino book, "The Book of Decorating." This pretty much serves as an interior designer's bible. It's a religious experience. The tray you will notice on the table holding the Mary bust and my irreplaceable Volupsa candle, is not actually a tray. I know you are all gasping. It is actually a framed picture. Yes, framed pictures can be trays too.
Ok. So here is where you all come in. Obviously I am going to need new pillows for our couch. And a new couch for our couch. And a new chandy. We know this, and will get to that eventually. But my huge current dilemma here is art. I am totally thinking abstract. What are you all thinking? Here is the space bare:
Option 3, with these amazing paintings by Michelle Armas:
Or option 4:
Or an entirely different option? Please realize. We will have a new couch, with new pillows and new a glammy chandy eventually. Conceptualize. I need the art in place though. Give me your expertise. Loves!