Life is too short to live ugly.
chintz only bc the rest won't work in London
Cleaned up American Country.
Variations of the color "peach", and chintz in solids and modern patterns.... In fact, a soft Elizabeth Arden powder peach on the wall, dark wood floors and a chocolate and white chevron pattern all chintzed up (because I'm bored of it otherwise) on a sofa...I could work with thatoooh...and a little burnt coral velvet
Nagel illustrations still hold up for me.
Black parachute pants.
Answer your question please.
Maui - Probably Laura Ashley country. I blame the Downton Abbey binging.
Glazed chintz in a cabbage rose prints and solids but hold the mauve.
When I think of 80s decorating I think of Dorothy's Ruffles curtains. Were they everywhere then or only a decorating mistake of the South? I am not endorsing their comeback by the way.
The Westbury Gardens room with the Brunschwig et Fils print is a complete classic in my book!I have been in that room! The glass walls slide down into the floor....so it is completely "outdoors" when it is "outdoors";and in the winter.....the glass window walls come up.....and it is "indoors-outdoors"! in a Northeastern climate!timeless architecture; timeless decorating...no contest. I like timeless. Trends are for others. Not for me!
I must just add: the "Southwest is just perfect in the "Southwest"!!!!!It is when people all over the country (Connecticut, California,Massachusetts, Iowa ) started following the "Southwest" trend that it went terrible wrong. As all trends do. Just my opinion. All trends go wrong. Terribly, inextricably, wrong. Always.
Can it be D. None of the above?
Post a Comment
Copyright © 2008 - 2016 If The Lamp Shade Fits, Powered by Blogger
CSS designed by Mohd Huzairy from MentariWorks