You know what I found kind of funny this year after NY Fashion week?? Hearing every fashion magazine and editor try to put their spin on the trends they saw, and unanimously across the board the answer was “Black and White”.
Huh? Was black and white ever NOT a trend? It is the most classic, dramatic, lovely combination that will never go anywhere (in my ultra-professional opinion of course). In home decor, in fashion, and everything in-between. Black and white is here to stay…
These floors? I mean, COME ON! Perfection!
And how awesome is a dark black wall?? One of my newest obsessions this year. The curtains here are pretty fabulous too though….
Dual striped Roman Shades… so crisp, and so chic. Makes me want to swap out my sweet yellow trellis roman shade for something more bold!
Wear it to work. Wear it to dinner. Wear it out with a sassy mini-skirt. I am a total sucker for a black and white striped top. I probably have at least 10 different styles in my closet right now.
Simple, and elegant. I love the huge bronze lantern, claw foot table, and the glossy black door. The clean white walls let the more ornate details shine.
Styling at it’s best! I’ve seen mirrors with a similar “aged” finish sold from Ballard. Obviously the real deal is best, but I love the look of the antique patina.
There is nothing more chic than black and white stripes in an outdoor space. So french – right in the middle of any city! I actually just got back from LA and the pool area at Hotel ShangriLA in Santa Monica has a fabulous black and white stripe thang going on.
Black and white goes mod in this little vignette. It’s the “Twiggy” of entry tables, and how COOL is the tweed on the sliding drawer fronts. It looks like suiting! Love!
What a sophisticated work area. I love the laquer boxes, glam chrome lamp bases, and the wide white stripe on the streamlined wingback chair, but the woven jug brings an earthy element to the mix…
This bathroom is so modern and glam and fabulous in every. single. way. Nothing in here is anything I’d call my “taste” but I would die and go to heaven if this were a bathroom in my house. That wallpaper is like Jonathan Adler graphics meets Metalica. LOVE.