To pink or not to pink . . . thoughts?
Taking a tour of this Provence home, which was once a dilapidated 19th century oil mill, is like breathing a breath of fresh air. I love that the old characteristics were preserved and juxtaposed with modern and retro elements.
Located just 10 kilometers outside of Cannes, France is Palais Bulles, a bubble-shaped house designed by architect Antti Lovag. In 1989, the 28 bedroom home was ironically sold to designer Pierre Cardin, who became known for his iconic bubble dress thirty years prior. And since then, it has become notorious for its legendary festival parties and other grand events. Can you image hanging out in the bubble house?! Honestly . . .
I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect headboard for years and I might have found my match thanks to these cool faux headboard wall decals from Blik. At $40 a piece, you could refurnish your bedroom every couple of months – it’s perfect for someone who can’t quite make up their mind!
Back in January, we took a mini-tour of shoe designer Tabitha Simmons‘ airy, elegant, and unique Manhattan townhouse via the glossy pages of Vogue. The feature left us wanting to see more. Lucky for us, Tabitha opened up her home once again for The Coveteur – this time, for a peek inside her closet, which can only be summed up in two words: McQueen & shoes. Lots of shoes . . .
After consecutive weekends of travel and a long work week, the only thing I’m looking forward to this weekend is laying horizontal and cozying up to a really good book. Honestly, TGIF . . .