I’m not big on Halloween (mainly because I never seem to have my act together in time to come up with a creative costume!) but I am big on the color orange–especially in interiors. With the exception of Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton living room, probably the best execution of the color I’ve seen is Tory Burch’s New York home featured above in Harper’s Bazaar Interiors.
The color is a little more Veuve Cliquot than pumpkin, and paired with vermillion, chocolate brown, and plum it couldn’t be more chic. Exactly why I can’t wait to pick up a copy of her recently released book: Tory Burch: In Color. If you haven’t had a chance to check out her home collection it’s also not to be missed. I hope it continues to grow within the Tory Burch brand, and I’ve said it for years, but I’m going to continue to hold out hope for a design book from Tory.
Parish-Hadley: Sixty Years of American Design | Tory Burch’s Home | Note to Self Ciao Print | Colefax and Fowler Bowood | Lizzie Fortunato Sacred Valley Necklace | Lizzie Fortunato Cuff | Lizzie Fortunato Rose Hall Necklace
-Coveting a piece of Lizzie Fortunato jewelry. Ever since Grace shared a DIY inspired by the Rose Hall necklace, and Sally and Molly introduced me to their resort collection, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this line!
-Reading up on Sister Parish and Albert Hadley in Parish-Hadley: Sixty Years of American Design. Simply legendary!
-I also enjoyed this WSJ profile on Daniel Romualdez that I must have missed from back in November. I could not be more inspired by the work he’s done for Tory Burch and loved learning a bit more about his background. What a charmed life he’s led!
-Excited to shop Sarah’s new venture: The Print Shop. I seriously admire her graphic design skills and know that I’ll be adding quite a few things to my wish list.
-Considering Colefax and Fowler’s Bowood fabric for a pair of pillows. I love that it’s a little granny chic, but would add hot pink piping to mix it up.
What have you been up to lately?