raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens

November 15, 2010 § Leave a comment

 

step aside Maria… here are a few of MY favorite things

St. Mary Mead

falling in love with early twentieth century England- I think I’ve been watching too much Miss Marple

i. English country home & garden of Stella McCartney

ii. Brideshead Revisited

factory windows

despite their industrial origin, I find these factory windows work surprisingly well in a refined traditional setting


dark glamour: libraries and galleries

this is a look I love but not one I could necessarily live with- after a while I think I’d start to feel a little claustrophobic


amazing architecture

i. love the warmth of the wooden deck juxtaposed to the coolness of the water on this rooftop pool

ii. absolutely stunning vaulted ceilings; it almost looks like origami

iii. beautiful art nouveau door; talk about first impressions…

furniture & lighting

i. 1950’s Norwegian chair


ii. Art Deco wall sconces


hope you enjoyed some of my recent musings

I apologize for being M.I.A. this last week- Look out for another post soon!

Have a great Monday!

images via Pinterest, Habitually Chic, 1st Dibs

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