Furniture

Links of the Week

After planning a wedding, many brides enter a post-event planning slump of boredom. This website, an offshoot of wedding blog 100 Layer Cake, shows you how do fabulous family and kid events, complete with invitations, tablescapes, favors, etc. The party continues!

tRiPpY-awesome photo and tRiPpY-awesome video.

My new go-to salad recipe.

I do hope we all know what IKEA hacks are – awesome updates to cheap furniture? Love these ones.

Some pumpkin-spiration for my Harvest Bucket List #5.

One of the funnest home tours I’ve seen in awhile. It’s definitely of the “more-is-more” persuasion.

Enjoy!

-t&T

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The Neutra-Luxe Bedroom

As we build our home together, we’ve discovered a few differences in taste. I like bold contrast and eclectic combinations; Tristan likes everything to be neutral colored, and the more matching wood furniture, the merrier. I can go neutral in color, as long as camel and dusty blue count as neutral and as long as there’s some texture to spice things up, such as a chandelier, fur (obviously), mirror or uphosltery. See how flexible I am?

As it happens, our apartment came chalk full of built-ins and customized touches, and our bedroom has a built-in jute area rug, white night stands, gold sconces, and linen-paneled walls. It is destined for this “neutra-luxe” look.

Here are some bedrooms I love right now that are inspiring my own bedroom’s design:

From Desire to Inspire:

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This Is Glamorous:

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Rue Magazine:

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Latest obsession? JuJu hats above beds. Cre8tive Designs:

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South Shore Decorators:

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Splendid Willow / Source Unknown / HGTV:

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And I would be remiss to not include Moroccan Wedding Blankets from Living for Pretty:

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What is the all-time most relaxing bedroom you’ve seen?

– t&T