This incredible bookcase is designed by Eva Alessandrini and Roberto Saporiti for the Italian furniture design firm Saporiti. Even though the letters wouldn’t quite fit, I would love to have one that said: HonestlyWTF.
Designer and style icon Iris Apfel’s exuberant and eclectic style is so evidently translated into her New York apartment. Her vast collection of art, her use of bold and bright patterns, and her humorous touches make her design aesthetic incredibly inspirational. One of my favorite pieces is Iris’ Infanta Margarita portrait, which was the first painting she purchased 60 years ago at an antiques shop in Florence.
How sweet is this backyard party that photographer Jeremy Parson threw for his wife’s birthday? A fan of the super long dining table, vintage place settings, colorful & organic floral arrangements and strung lights, I’m inspired to throw my own outdoor soirée this summer . . . just ’cause!
I’ve been a huge fan of Current/Elliott since its start in 2008 and nearly four years later, I still can’t let go of my first pair of threadbare Elephant Bells. I was beyond delighted to see The Coveteur give us a peek inside Meritt Elliott and Emily Current‘s closets and I must say, it doesn’t disappoint. It’s no wonder this duo was the mastermind behind the ultimate denim line!
I so badly want to nestle up in these colorful hanging macrame pods. Between these chairs and our favorite Nestrest, I’ve fully envisioned my dream backyard.
(Knotted Melati Hanging Chair $498)
This gorgeous home, nestled in a small coastal village in the Tramuntana region of Majorca, belongs to Alexandre de Betak, a renowned events producer, art director and designer whose work includes fashion shows and extravaganzas for clients such as Dior, Rodarte and Tiffany. With its stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, curvaceous white plaster walls, functional rock features and unpretentious design elements, this is a home that Barney Rubble and I are incredibly envious of. Yabba dabba DOPE!