Moroccan leather poufs are still on trend, and here are two versions at different price points for today’s two-of-a-kind.
low: Moroccan pouf, $88.22
high: Moroccan pouf, $205
Last week, I introduced the first post in my new Two for Tuesday series. It was a high/low feature (I love doing them!), so if you’re interested, click here.
Today, I’m sharing two gorgeous white kitchens that have a bit of sparkle. The backsplashes in each of these kitchens are mirrored and shiny and glam. Tiles were installed in a classic brick formation, but the size of the tiles differ.
The first kitchen, as you can see, mixes a lot of materials – wood floors, traditional wood table, and a bold copper light. All of these items magically work with the shiny silver backsplash.
The second kitchen has a slightly different look. The black counter and faucet are sleek and smooth, and the lighting is industrial. The tiles are small but mighty!
After several years of sharing items that are less than $20 in my 20 Below series, I’ve decided to give it a break, and start something new. Woah. Change. Are you ready?
On Tuesdays, I’ll be writing a Two for Tuesday column. Here, I’ll feature two items that are two-of-a-kind – similar in some special way. The two items might be a parent/kid comparison, a home/fashion mix, a high/low feature, or an art/object highlight. I think the possibilities are endless, actually, but there will certainly be some connection between the two items.
For the first post of the Two for Tuesday series, I’m going the high-low route:
low: Moderna Moroccan shag rug, 9″x12″, $483.99
high: Pasagard Moroccan lamb’s wool rug, 9’4″x12’4″, $3160
Â What do you think? Are you sad to see the 20 Below series end? Are you ready to embrace something new for your Tuesday reading of White Cabana? (I hope so!) Please share!