If you haven’t heard of Kelly Wynne Handbags yet, your wifi must be down because they have been all over the place!! Everyone is going nuts for them, and I am not surprised because these bags are seriously AMAZING. I love the versatile hues and practical, stylish shapes. If you can’t make it tonight, check out the Kelly Wynne website get more info. I am so excited to co-host this event tonight because Kelly is one of my oldest & best friends it has been incredible to watch her build this line!! Can you tell I’m just a little excited?! So stop by, we’ll have champagne & sweet treats and you can see these beauties up close! xx MRS
I thought it would be fun to pull together a quick inspiration board from products that are available on One King’s Lane right now!! Everything is available in active sales on the site, expect for the Jute Mirror (#1), which is from Furbish. Click the links to shop the pieces before they are gone!
I’m always drawn to this serene palette for a master. In this case, I’ve brought in hints of gold to give the space an airy glow and a fresh young feel. I’m going to use these mid-century chests, fun Mongolian fur stools & terra cotta lamps- I love their organic shape.
1. Email for product info 2. Furbish 3. Ivory Terra Cotta Lamp 4. John Robshaw Derby Pillow 5. Furbish Adams Chandelier 6. Cowhide Rug 7. Terra Cotta Lamp 8. Haley & Seward Bedding by Leontine Linens 9. Mongolian Fur Stools 10. Benjamin Moore Grant Beige 11. Sea Urchins 12. Turkish Towels 13. John Robshaw Gray Sheesha Throw Pillow 14. Email email@example.com for product info
Here are a few more from Marburger…I fell in love with that chandelier!!
These would be amazing built into a kitchen…
We’ve been shopping Round Top & Marburger this week. Here are a few treasures…
I’ll be back with more mañana! x MRS
How sweet is this? So cute for a little baby bunny, especially since its been a bit chilly lately. Get it here!
I got to go to Mexico for a few days for a friends wedding in Merida & it was so wonderful. I fell in love with the historic haciendas, quaint town and of course, the comida! The shopping is great- tons of little tiendas selling handmade guayabera shirts, hammocks and hand rolled cigars. Here are some of my favorite pics from the trip….
The beautiful bride!
I’m always on the lookout for great lighting and Ro Sham Beaux is one of my favorite lines. They are whimsical but still classic in shape and well proportioned for the home or office.
Sofas are a big ticket item, and I see a lot of anxiety arise around this piece of furniture! Everyone has specific needs when it comes to a sofa, and it’s important to find one that is comfortable, the right size annnndd the right look for your home. So…here are my tips when it comes to buying sofas.
One of favorite styles is the English Roll Arm. They are usually deep and super comfortable, but still have a tailored, stylish look. This is a cozy, homey sofa- perfect for a playroom or space you lounge in frequently!
Check out the English Roll Arm Collection at Restoration Hardware and the Williams-Sonoma Home Bedford Loveseat. I am also a fan of the Windsor collection sofas at Pottery Barn. There is a huge disparity when it comes to how sofas are built, and whats inside matters. If the construction is poor, not only will your sofa not last as long, it will be way less comfy! I’ve watched these puppies be made in factories and workshops and the methods and materials differ greatly.
Consider having a custom sofa made. This sounds expensive, and it certainly can be, but it can be roughly the same price as using a store annnnd you get exactly what you want. Go through your interior designer for resources.
Find (or inherit!) a good, old sofa with “good bones” and have it reupholstered. I love doing this. Just make sure that your sofa is worthy, and by that I mean that you need to make sure it’s a style you love and has good construction before you go to all the trouble to have it recovered. You can also have the pillows refilled which can make an enormous difference when it comes to look & comfort.
I always gravitate towards the Chesterfield. This is a timeless style, and they look great in velvet or linen.
Good luck out there! And don’t forget you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, and I will do my best to answer them or reply right here on the blog! xx MRS