For smaller bedrooms, awkward shapes or multi-purpose rooms where guests might stay, no piece of furniture is as versatile as a beautiful daybed. Perfect for sitting or displaying statement-making pillows, the only problem with some of these daybeds is that they’re too beautiful for sleeping.
Love the Hermes orange touches. We are working on the playroom for baby Will (fewer than 20 weeks until his arrival!) and orange is going to be one of the accent colors. The orange end tables came in last week, and they are so cute! Can’t wait to show you all the progress very soon!
Design Traveller This photo reminds me of some of the steep arches in the upstairs of my husband’s family beach house. What a charming way to use the width of a room where you want sleeping accommodations for one. I love all the white. When the ocean is the main focal point who needs a bunch of color in a room?
We love a perfectly put together room as much as the next person, but there is something so charming about a special touch that makes it look lived in. Hats can be such an attractive — and functional — addition to the decor of any room.
Sarah Richardson, for example, in her country home, featured on her HGTV show Sarah’s house, uses hats to frame this beautiful space. Plus, if you’re running out to work in the garden, you can easily grab a hat to shade your face.
These hats and straw bags, photographed by William Waldron for Country Living, add a welcoming touch to the area outside this back door.