Mealtimes are my favorite times. It’s not just about eating – it’s mostly about conversation and wine and the art of a beautiful table – but it is also about eating… One of the things I aspire to create for my home is a welcoming/chic eating area.
I love this! It’s from the May/June 2011 issue of Lonny and there is a whole New Orleans section (pointed out to me by the dear Tina from Sweet on Design). This makes me super excited because I’m heading down there on Friday for my bachelorette party! I cannot wait. Check out the newest issue of Lonny and Magazine Street, next time you’re in the Big Easy…
I’m house-hunting again. Robert and I are trying to find a place for June 1 and I’m getting antsy. I’m hoping for a big backyard, a front porch, a cozy kitchen and lots of closet space. We’ll see what we end up with. Here are some (dream) spaces I’m loving…I’m trying to keep in mind I’ll be living with a boy. It should be interesting. All images via decor supersite Lonny. What are some of your favorite sites for decor inspiration?
I am very intrigued by the idea of online magazines. First Lonny then Rue and now High Gloss and Matchbook. A few of my favorite bloggers have banded together to publish online. I LOVE that you can actually click on the things you love and go straight to them through the interwebs. And while I will always love physically holding and reading and keeping a favorite magazine, the online versions are very new and fun.
I very much enjoyed reading through Matchbook and I loved the “type of girl”they are reaching out to, I encourage you to look through any and all of them!
The new issue of Lonny Magazine came out. I die. I’ve been stalking to see if there was an April/May issue out, only to find it via Elements of Style. Not only do I love every little piece of each issue, there is even more Lucite in this one! A while back I posted about the computer table come Lucite vanity here.
Here is a gorgeous Lucite trunk?!?!?
Want to recreate this room soooo badly.
Mental note: want dark blue walls in my (one day) dining room.
Maybe my fave bedroom ever. Especially enjoy the wallpaper and use of framery.