I fell in love when I first saw this stunner of a bed whilst Christmas shopping in Port Perry. The nickel-plated Irvington Bed from the Turkey Hill Collection is a modern take on the familiar 19-th century brass bed. It was actually inspired by the Connecticut farmhouse Martha Stewart lived in for over forty years. The cool feel of the sophisticated metal and the warm hue drew me in, I did notice I left a fingerprint or two….but love is blind and I could get over that pretty quickly.
With all the piles of white snow starting to wear out its’ welcome, I am looking ahead to spring! I can’t WAIT to start figuring out what I will plant outside this year, and watching for little surprises of color emerge after all of this monochromatic nonsense.
Looking for the perfect throw for your library chaise? Check out the camel check throw by Burberry. The Burberry iconic pattern, neutral tones and ultra soft texture make this a perfectly luxurious addition to your home accessories.
When I was just a student in Interior Design, I started to follow the latest and the greatest interior designers. I loved seeing their accomplishments and outstanding projects, the same passion I had, but in full circle. I couldn’t wait to graduate and get going on projects of my own! After graduation, I came across a genius of a designer upon perusing the 2004 Awards by ARIDO; Brian Gluckstein. Gluckstein Design Planning Inc. had won an honorable mention for their design in One St. Thomas.
With your kitchen as the heart of the home- speed up its pulse with the “Mystic” entertainment sink by Elkay. A kitchen island is the perfect home for this fabulous sink, just fill it with ice to chill drinks next time you are hosting a gathering. Who said flowers are the best centerpieces?
There is a reason why smoke and mirrors are used in Las Vegas; they can really make things look liked they’ve vanished into thin air, much like the bulkiness of this mirrored armoire by Neiman Marcus. Large pieces of furniture have a way of weighing down the visual space of a room, but the mirrored panels and painted antiqued hardwood frame of this armoire really help alleviate the heaviness. And besides, everyone needs a little sparkle in their life.
The Maax Collection Line has unveiled The Imagine shower system. Options include The Rainmax Tropical Rain overhead system with over 80 holes for a refreshing shower (3/4″ plumbing required), a two-way pivot door, a spacious seat with well positioned back and calf jets, 16-20 powerful body jets for an invigorating full body massage, optional integrated steam shower, a teak dry platform, a thermostatic valve so you can pre-set your ideal water temperature, and halogen lights under the seat, in the shelf, and in the roof cap. It comes in two sizes and can fit in the space of an existing tub unit (60″), or a 48″ area if needed. Warning: you may never want to leave your bathroom.