Photo by Laure Joliet
What’s more rustic than a stump? indeed. This guy came from Tini (This Is Not Ikea) on Fairfax in LA. i think he was $199 which is the same price as the west elm one
And that drapery? don’t get me started. When i first saw the house i knew i wanted to do a chair rail, and i originally thought wallpaper on the top half. But the quote for it was like $2000 then with labor $1000 i realized i couldn’t swing it. So instead i got the fabric version of it. It’s Osborne and Little, Nina Campbell, Silvana collection, and called ‘Swan Lake’. Here’s the link
I really love it.
I love that is traditional and romantic, but the color palette makes it modern and current. (it’s not burgandy and brown…although i know that burgandy is coming back with a vengeance right now)
All in all they cost $1300 (with our discount) plus getting them sewn. A pretty penny.
That print is from 20×200 it’s a cool L.A. map thing. It’s awesome.
That tv shelving thing was from the flea market, $80 and is faux bamboo metal. I’m a big shelving unit fan in general, but they can be expensive and very store display. But this one is cool, and i know what i did was weird, but i’m into it. And that lamp in the corner is CB2, and the sofa is from the Sofa Company which is kinda a secret source of mine. Why? well, let me tell you. I only need to give them a 3 week lead time to get anything custom done. They have a ton of ugly stuff, but some of the shapes are good and just need nice fabric. They are normally around $1000 and i can pay an extra $75 to get them stain resistant treated. I love the color of this one, its that mauvey gray that i’ve been obsessed with for a while.
Photos by Laure Joliet.