Color-crazed design guru Jonathan Adler has partnered with Kohler for a brand new collection of vibrantly hued kitchen and bathroom sinks that just became available.Made from enameled cast iron, the sleek, candy-colored sinks are perfect for adding a cheery dose of color in an unexpected way. Offered in four colorways — Greenwich Green, Piccadilly Yellow, Palermo Blue, and Annapolis Navy — the sinks feel refreshingly bold yet timeless. We love the way they pop in a white kitchen! In keeping with Kohler's reputation for quality products and service, the sinks even come with a lifetime guarantee. Tell us, which hue is your favorite?
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You may remember New York Magazine's recent article featuring indie actress Chloe Sevigny's unforgettable co-op apartment in the East Village. While the actress hinted to the magazine about tiring of the rules and lack of light that came along with her garden-level digs, we were still surprised to see that Chloe listed the apartment several weeks later. According to Curbed New York, Chloe is listing the apartment for $1.7 million — a pretty penny for a one-bedroom apartment. We couldn't resist taking one more look at this East Village gem to reflect on our favorite pieces from Chloe's quirky but sophisticated pad.
We've all got someone (or two or three . . .) on our gift list who rocks to their own special beat. So this holiday season, treat them to something spectacular that's easy on the eyes, music to their ears, and perfectly in tune with their personal sense of style.
Not only do Beats Solo HD headphones deliver the superior sound Beats by Dr. Dre products are famous for, but they also look as good as they sound — drenched in colors that are red like a heart, teal like Miami, white like snow, and lots more.
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- Tour a vintage industrial farmhouse in Ohio. — Houzz
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Dip-dyed decor and the Summer season are a match made in design heaven. The organic, color-saturated look of dip-dyed pieces easily fits in with the best in Summer decorating. Whether you choose to display this warm weather trend by adding a piece of gorgeous artwork to your walls or by introducing a small kitchen accessory, we've got you covered. Here's our roundup of some great pieces to buy, as well as a few easy DIY dip-dye tutorials, too.
With more beach days on the horizon I decided to give our living room a seaside refresh. I created a series of little vignettes, incorporating graphic and natural elements. Shades of coral, blue, and gold lend themselves well to an otherwise neutral room palette.
I love decorating with plates. I scored these graphic nautical melamine ones from Michael's for a dollar each. They remind me of these ones from Thomas Paul. For more photos and details of this space, visit my blog Love & Lace.
Have you started any Summer decorating projects lately? Be sure to share photos in the Su Casa group!
We're happy to present a post from one of our favorite sites, Stylelist Home!
Send packages and gifts with character using this Craft Of The Day. We love this vintage map tape because it's sure to make our loved-ones smile when they receive our curiously wrapped present. This tape is so unique, it will add flair to even plain brown postal paper. Plus, it's made from every-day items, so it's a win-win! Keep reading for the how-to.
What You'll Need
- Double-sided Tape
- Old Map/Atlas (that you don't mind cutting up)
Keep reading for directions on how to make the map tape.
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Running through June 4, BOFFO's first-ever show house at 371 Madison Street in New York takes a bold, gigantic step outside of the parameters of the traditional show house. The arts and culture nonprofit group BOFFO has gathered together the best in creative furniture, decor, and art to create imaginative, playful, idea-sparking interiors. Assembled by artist/designer Andrew Yes, the spaces are organized under the themes of Nature, Future, Play, and Work. Keep clicking to see the spaces — and be prepared for surprise, delight, and inspiration.
All photos courtesy Evan Joseph