Saturday, June 2, 2012

Home Bitter Sweet Home

Mia and I.
Outdoor ornamental Iron medallion from Marshall's designer discount store. Chairs and pots, thrifted and spray painted. The spray paint on the chairs are Valspar Premium Enamel Spray Paint in Everglade.

Numbers from

Danish Modern CoffeeTable from Urban Outfitters, pillows from Missoni for Target, rug from TJMAXX, Cell light Pendant from

A pirana, puffer fish and resin casting of a goat skull, shark print from and a fabric 'a' Pinwale Alphabet from
Taxidermy fruit bat, collection of Russian nesting dolls, an antique brass jack and grasshopper  and book of photos of Patti Smith from
Pendant from, Charley Harper and Todd Oldman plates from, round rug from Urban Outfitters and triangle banner made from wallpaper book.
"Paper Boat" Table Top Serving Bowl from, Thomas the Shih Tzu from Adorable Land!
Boots from Jeffery Campbell. 
My collections of antique medicinal bottles. 
Home Vintage Glass Beverage Dispenser from Target.
Hallway, glass head from Pier One.
Pillows from Thomas Paul, Gray Zigzag Duvet Cover and 'Kaleidoscope Patchwork Quilt from Urban Outfitters, British Flag from TJMAXX, Lamps from Pottery Barn, night stands (painted and  wallpapered), curtains by Style Selections Onyx/ivory Thermal Planels from Lowe's and prints from IKEA and World Physical Wall Map from
Moleskin Journals from
Fresh Lavender in an open antique jar on the night stand. 
Glove mold from
Pill cup from, Roost Rustic Shelf from, Stripe Flower rug from Urban Outfitters and Allen + Roth Brown Espresso Hagen vanity.
Comforter, pillows and plates by Ralph Lauren, sheer curtains  from  Urban Outfitters
Frame by Missoni for Target, mushroom from Target, Lamps from TJ MAXX.
Allen + Roth Polished Chrome Clear Glass mount light, hat from Urban Outfitters, scarf from The Gap.
 Chevron fabric from, plates from Missoni from Target


  1. I love your home! You have done such a beautiful job!

  2. what is covering the roof of your porch?
    it looks like clear maybe frosted sheeting?
    i have this horrible green plastic. looks like shanty town. yours is adorable. i would love to replace my green plastic with something, just don't know what to use. any suggestions?

  3. Its frosted plastic sheeting. I t was green when I moved in and kept out so much light and kept in so much heat. Its simple to do. My brother and dad pur it up for me with the supplies costing around $200. I just had it replaced after a hefty hail storm and the bright, clean look is wonderful.