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 . . .
I appreciate how Emily Summers, a Dallas-based interior designer, revived this 1969 Palm Springs property into a crisp, mid-century modern gem. The pops of color are refreshingly playful and the retro chairs are especially a highlight – each one so wonderfully distinct!
Honestly, how insanely sexy is this chandelier, constructed from brushed brass and natural agate slices, from Emporium Home? It’s unique, sleek and a modern take on Willy Daro‘s retro agate table lamps. Incredible find, Valerie!
Marni recently debuted a collection of 100 chairs and tables at one of Milan’s largest furniture fairs, Salone del Mobile. Handmade in San Gil, Colombia by former prison inmates, the chairs are constructed from salvaged metal frames with multi-colored PVC threads woven around the seatbacks and armrests. Not only is Marni commited to charitable initiatives while providing jobs for former inmates, all proceeds will be donated to the ICAM institute which enables children of imprisoned mothers to spend their first years of life in a safe family environment.
Longer daylight hours means more time spent outdoors . . . and that is by far my favorite thing about summer. If you’re lucky enough to have outdoor space, take advantage of being able to bring the indoors out!
How would you love to vacation in this incredible home in Sotogrande, Spain, designed by interior designer Marta De La Rica?! The consistent blue and cool accents tie each room together so exquisitely. What an ideal retreat for those hot Andalusian days . . .