We’re heading into a long weekend here in the North, and I couldn’t be happier! It’s back-to-school season which means that my work life is extra busy at the moment. The students are back in town, and orientation week at uni starts in just a few days. My MBA courses will pick up again this week, and I’m in the final stages of prepping a new course I’ll be teaching. On top of this, of course, I have my usual work responsibilities. September is always an exciting – but uber-busy – month on my end. It has been for just about all my life!
And sometimes, in between all of the school tasks of September, my mind wanders into gorgeous design spaces. Today’s five rooms all feature two things: round mirrors and white square (or rectangle) tiles. The contrasting shapes work really well in these bathrooms, and make for a clean and modern aesthetic.
via Pottery Barn
via Oracle Fox
Have a great weekend, everyone. Happy Labour Day!
I think we’re going to see more fish scales in our design future. Here are five cases to demonstrate my thoughts:
The Musket Room in NYC, via Apartment Therapy
Photo by Amy Bartlam
Fiona Lynch via Apartment Therapy
Archipelago fish serving bowl, Anthropologie
Have a great weekend, everyone!
I’ve been noticing these fast food slipper shoes popping up at various retailers. What do you think about this fast food on your feet shoe style?
Burger & Fries, Chiara Ferragni
Hot dog & Soda, Chiara Ferragni
Soludos Jason Polan Burger and Fries Espadrille Flat Shoes, $104.23
WhatÂ do you think of theÂ back-again trend of woven wall hangings? Too 1970s or just right?
Canyon Falls woven wall hanging, $150, Etsy
woven wall hanging, $100, Etsy
wall hanging by Sally England, via Remodelista
macrame wall hanging, Etsy
woven wall hanging DIY, A Beautiful Mess
In addition to furry furniture, morrocan poufs and blankets,Â decorative urchins are invading homes across the country.
via Vanilla Extract
Erica Cook via 6th Street Design School
via Interior Collective
This is a design trend for those who want a permanent reminder of beachy living. The form and texture of these urchins are so interesting that they’re sort of just hard to resist. Am IÂ right?
small silver plated sea urchin, $20
large silver plated sea urchin, $45
7″ white porcelain sea urchin box, $35 (gold versionÂ is also awesome)
round box with sea urchin, $99
urchin burst on a stand, $140
vintage sea urchins print, $245
silver plated sea urchin on stand, $95
Michael Aram sea urchin candle, $99
Regina-AndrewÂ Design stacked sea urchin lamp, $159