I am addicted to Jonathan Adler design! I read somewhere that that is a costly addiction to have. Well, not today because I have found a design dupe for his mirrored desk named Delphine. Oh and hang on till the end cause I even have a DIY option for a desk you might already own.
Like most things nowadays, I think I saw this wreath on Pinterest. It’s a lovely linen wreath by West-Elm. I really like the neutral tone of the wreath mixed with a little bling. Anyway, I wanted it and even better I figured I could recreate it pretty easily. So that’s just what I did. Check out how I duped this lovely West-Elm Wreath.
I am sure I have said before that I don’t just love starburst mirrors, I swoon over them. According to Centsational Girl, “Sunburst mirrors date back to Louis XIV, known as the “Sun King”, and as the story goes, he used to stare into his sunburst mirror each morning to see his face in the center of the sun’s rays. This decorative mirror became popular yet again in the mid-twentieth century, and in the last few years, they are everywhere.” Well, count me in the everywhere! I just love the sparkle they seem to bring to a space. So you guessed it; today we are talking Starburst Mirrors.
You know what gets me all tingly? When I find a bargain! Especially if it winds up being a design dupe to boot. And today I’ve got a good one; my Overdyed Rug. Read how some savvy shopping or even DIYing can get you a statement rug to dye for.
Some time ago I was visiting my sister’s house and noticed that she had what I would call a statement chair in her living room. The chair was not a match to any of the other furnishings in the room. It stood on its own as a featured piece in the room. I loved how it seemed to be the star of her well-designed room. This is how I recreated that effect in my own home. This L/H is all about The Statement Chair.