I’m looking to replace one of the dressers in my bedroom. If you’ve seen my house in the June issue of Style at Home (#WhiteCabanaxStyleatHome), then you know that I’ve got a bit of a French theme going on in there. I’d like a simple white/cream dresser that has more of an open bottom than anything solid. This will allow the air to travel through the vent underneath it.
dresser, $1199 USD, Pottery Barn Kids (spotted at Sarah Gunn’s home)
dresser, $1479 CAD, Wayfair
dresser, $2586 CAD, Ballard Designs
dresser, $893 USD, French Bedroom Company
dresser, starting at $999 USD, PB Teen
Have a great weekend, everyone! It’s a long weekend here, and you can be sure I’ll be taken advantage of some extra downtime.
I love looking back at my blog to see where my design interests lie over time. About a year and a half ago, I wrote about the versatility of the settee, and I’m still thinking that this sweet piece of furniture has great potential.
Today’s Friday Five includes five settees that look quite different from one another, but they share the common features of small scale design and refined legs. Now, the question I ask is: Which one is your favourite?
via Black Rooster Decor
via 1st Dibs
via Ballard Designs
via The Lettered Cottage
Happy weekend, everyone!
Admittedly, I’m not a big fan of animal heads as wall art but these modern takes on a traditional look have peeked my interest.
Oh, Deer art scultpure, $75, ArtMind at Etsy
Erich Ginder Ghost Antler Coat Rack, $230 CAD, at Design Public
Acrylic trophy deer head, $485, designed by Tristan Zimmermann available at A + R
Deer head by Cody Foster, $54.95, at The Well Dressed Home
Atelier Antler, $249 set of 5, Suzanne Kasler at Ballard Designs
Thanks to Glenn for inspiring this post.
Photos courtesy of A+R, ArtMind, Ballard Designs, Design Public, The Well Dressed Home.
Around and around we go.
Lily mirror, $199, Ballard Designs
Photo courtesy of Ballard Designs via Making it Lovely.