We agree with George Costanza that, if it were socially acceptable, we would drape ourselves in velvet. Since it isn't, however, we are willing to make do with lusting after velvet couches. There is something welcoming, regal, and totally irresistible about the fabric, and we particularly love how this perfectly complements the artwork behind it.
With the ever-shortening days, it is the perfect time to invest in some lighting. Luckily, West Elm is currently having a lighting sale with 20 percent off everything, even the new stuff. Check out which five pieces we have our eye on, and then hurry on over to West Elm — the sale only lasts until Nov. 18!Perch Table Lamp ($55, originally $69) Industrial Pendant ($79, originally $99) Industrial Task Table Lamps ($63-$79, originally $79-$99) Capiz Orb Pendants ($103-$239, originally $129-$299) Foxed Mirror Faceted Pendant ($143, originally $179)
Just in time to ward off the Winter chill, woolen design house and mill Pendleton has teamed up with One Kings Lane to produce a limited-edition collection of pillows and throws. With two exclusive designs and two classics pulled from the Pendleton archives, there is something for everyone! Plus, with pillows priced at $59 and throws at $199, the collection is surprisingly affordable. The items are available starting Nov. 17, so you have a few days to decide which pattern is your favorite!
If you've pinned the heck out of Jessica Alba's stylish yet sustainable LA home, you'll want in on this news. The actress and entrepreneur is hosting a vintage sale on One Kings Lane tomorrow — and trust us, you'll want to set a reminder!
After teaming up with One Kings Lane to decorate The Honest Company's office lobby, Jessica pulled some of her favorite vintage finds to curate this special sale. Kicking off at 8 a.m. PST Nov. 13, the sale will offer a mix of one-of-a-kind vintage and Honest Company products. Here's a sneak peek of a few of the vintage pieces we're eyeing!
Murano Glass Bowl
Marble and Chrome Coffee Table
Chrome Lamp Base
Attention, art lovers! One of our favorite sources for original, affordable art, UGallery, is offering a preholiday sale, with up to 60 percent off original paintings and photography. In case the thought of buying art as a gift makes you nervous, don't fret! UGallery offers returns and exchanges on artwork. Pretty great, right?
Here are five of the pieces that we have our eye on! Don't delay; the sale ends Tuesday, Nov. 19!Vista/03 by Kim McAninch ($330, originally $450) Voodoo Owl by Jessica JH Roller ($190, originally $250) Pressure by Marisa LaGuardia ($400, originally $550) Tixotiko by Courtney Jacobs ($850, originally $1,075) Wet Air #4 by Luca Spano ($305-$585, originally $425-$825)
When we heard that Nicole Richie was curating a holiday entertaining home collection for Joss & Main, we got pretty excited. Since we are still thinking about this backyard dinner party, we couldn't wait to see what she would have up her sleeve for the holidays. Needless to say, we weren't disappointed! Joss & Main let us in on how she used the piece in her own home and shared Nicole's tips on holiday entertaining!
Her process for creating her interior decor
Nicole: "I’ve lived in my house for four years and I’m still working on it. I take things slowly. I need to live with each piece and see how I feel. As time goes on, I decide what I want to do next. I think of it as me growing with my home. I’ll get an end table and sit with it for a month before making any more moves."
Who she relies on for design advice
Nicole: "Fortunately, for me, a few of my close friends happen to be interior decorators. So that helps. Being surrounded by designers, musicians, painters. . . . They are artists. They have also been next to me most of my life and understand what I am trying to create. I do value their eye."
Her entertaining style
Nicole: "People are in and out of our house every day and every night. We have a no-shoe rule in our house, so people come over, take off their shoes, listen to classic rock, and eat good food. Anything goes here. On any given night, Joel [Madden] will bring home some rapper to have family dinner with us."
We love art (duh) but sometimes get caught up in finding the perfect place to hang it and therefore end up delaying our enjoyment. Don't worry, there is a very easy solution to this problem.
It turns out that art looks just as good propped up on a table as it does hanging on a wall! Try layering a few pieces that complement one another, and you will have your own art installation in no time. Now wasn't that so easy?
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We always love seeing Oprah's annual list of Favorite Things, and this year did not disappoint! With over 60 items, there is literally something for everyone, but we naturally were most interested to see which home decor items made the cut. Check out the items that made Oprah's list — and ours.These Malachite Boxes ($49-$79) are at the top of our list too! We clearly have much in common with Oprah. What could be a more perfect gift for the ultimate dog lover than this Custom Dog Pillow ($395)? We have been waiting a long time for these useful retro pieces to come back in style! Thank you, Oprah, for adding this Monogrammed Lazy Susan ($195) to your list. Although it is hard to tell, this is one big candle. With 77 ounces of wax and a 350 hours of burn time, the Holiday Grand Candle ($225) is going to be the only candle you need to get you through the holidays. Did we mention that it smells just like Christmas? Sure, email is easier but receiving a real letter in the mail is much nicer. The Caddylicious Stationery Box ($300) is perfect for the snail mail aficionado in your life. Made from copper and antler, this Serving Piece ($175) has all the makings of a modern-day heirloom. We aren't sure if Oprah would love these Gold Circular Candleholders ($89-$179) as much if they didn't mimic one of her initials, but we aren't judging.
Sure, paying $26,541 a night for lodging seems crazy, but we'd happily lose our minds for the chance to spend a weekend in this luxurious ski chalet. Nestled in the French Alps, the home is just a five-minute drive from the ski lifts, but the surrounding pastures and uninterrupted views of Mont Blanc make it feel completely remote. After spending a day on the slopes, decadent perks like a full staff (yup, there's a chef, butler, housekeeper, and concierge included), outdoor jacuzzi, and private garden could turn any ski enthusiast into a homebody. Though its 12-person sleeping capacity does lower the price a smidge, we think we'll keep this in our fantasy escapes file! See the dazzling spaces that won our hearts.