At least Bazaar has some decor options, that with a little air conditioning, we can all live with. I loved the spread on Giorgio Guidotti's Manhattan apartment - and its juicy, chartreuse velvet couch. Mmmm...
More great views of his stylish pad - as always, I'm SUPER excited by anything that involves books. This is a stunning way to display, if you're not compelled to purchase every single book you see (me). If I spread books out like this, my house would need 20 libraries.
In the powder room, many faces in the mirror - paper by Fornasetti. It looks great in the daytime, but at night with a nightlight after a recent viewing of Sixth Sense? Maybe not...
Do try this at home! There's loads of inspiration here.
Velvet couch by Nate Berkus at HSN, $499 (Living Room)
Stylist book, Amazon, $50.62 (Library)
John Derian plate, John Derian for Target - coming Sept. 5! (Derian tray mentioned in article)
Lack bookcase, IKEA, $129 (Library)
Jonathan Adler letter pillow, $98 (Living Room)
Red chinese garden stool, InsideAvenue.com, $160 (Library)
All images, Harper's Bazaar or companies as attributed. John Derian image, Target via nitrolicious.
*sigh* so so beautiful, Skyla! Haha, you're cracking me up about the velvet -- it's boiling here, and I'm thinking ice cream and ice, and well, anything cold!
Enjoy the weekend,
~ oh give me a velvet couch any time of the year and I am happy ~
I am like you -- I love velvet, anytime, anywhere, for anything. Love this post. Have a great weekend!
Teresa (Splendid Sass)
Oooh I have to remember the John Darian tray, I have the first one he did for target in my kitchen, love it!! That ANate Berkus sofa is so cute and a great price point, Loved this post, fun, Kathysue
So it's okay to be coveting velvet shoes I saw in a magazine last night?
Would not want all those wallpaper eyes on me in the loo.
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