Add the Parisian flair to a nook with an Eiffel tower glow lamp. I think that this would work very elegantly in a child’s room, too. I like classics like these because you will always find a sweet spot for them- bookshelf, closet, bedroom.
Eiffel tower glow lamp, $39 at Urban Barn
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful break and I wish you all a most happy and healthy 2013. Thanks for making time in your lives for White Cabana. I hope we continue to inspire and entertain you!
Let’s begin 2013 with some gorgeous photos from one of my all-time favourite cities – Paris. The city is full of excitement, delicious food, beautiful architecture, and incredible fashion. What’s not to love?
via Marcus Design
via This Modern Romance
Many of you already know that I have a slight obsession with anything Parisien…at the top of the list is the Eiffel Tower. Even though I’ve seen it plenty of times, it renders me speechless on each and every visit. It’s an incredibly impressive structure.
Over the years I have slowly collected a group of mini Eiffel Tower structures. I usually have them lined in a row on my bookshelf, ordered by height.
Sometimes my guests rearrange them in new ways – one tower out of line, towers in a zig-zag formation, etc.
Of late I’ve grouped some of them in a lidded glass container.
However they’re grouped, I find clustering this collection in one place makes for a pleasing display.
Many thanks to Seema Persaud at Canadian House & Home for featuring this idea in her Readers’ Top Spring Decorating Ideas article yesterday.
Photos by Jordana.
This is beyond amazing, right?
Gingerbread Tour Eiffel, photo by Simmer Till Done
Image courtesy of Simmer Till Done via Mighty Girl.
Sometimes a hand-drawn Eiffel Tower is all I need to put a smile on my face. Ah – Paris!
La Tour Eiffel
Via Sasa Antic.