Hey all, it's nice to be back! We had a wonderful vacation in Lake Tahoe where we
met up with family and kept busy enjoying all kinds of activities. One of my favorites
was the zip line adventure park. I loved the thrill and challenge of making it across the
most difficult wobbly obstacles while swaying high above the trees! #adrenalinejunkie
There's nothing better than a small town 4th of July parade in my book, except fireworks
over the incredibly gorgeous lake. It took me a couple days to get back in the groove, but
I've missed you all and I'm ready to chat! :)
I love an interesting room that leaves you wanting more, and wondering what's around
the corner. For me it's all about mixing styles to create a space that grabs your attention.
Side tables are one of the easiest elements to mix, you really can't go wrong choosing
pieces you love, keep in mind opposites attract.
Here are some fun examples:
A subtle tree stump accent table adds the perfect organic element to any style...
A great eclectic mix ~ lucite, antique spindle leg table and ceramic garden stool...
Notice: Style, colors, finishes and shapes
Vintage bamboo pie crust table with wicker...
Notice: Busy base versus simple base
Perfection ~ lucite, wood and demilune table...
Notice: Different finishes, color and shapes
Dark stain and clean lines paired with light color and gorgeous curves...
Notice: Opposing colors and shapes
Moroccan style wood combined with modern white ceramic...
Notice: Wood tables with all the leg action work with table/ottoman without legs
Do you have a favorite combo?