Yesterday I spotted our foyer lighting fixture in a fabulous New York apartment designed by Fawn Galli. In the same home, I also spotted the George II chair made by Plexi-Craft (below) as well. I love this chair.
You may recall that I first spotted this chair in a space designed by Tobi Fairley.
I actually ended up ordering two of these. One is at the desk in Maddie’s room …….
The other one is going in a small alcove between the kids’ playroom and the laundry room…where I plan to have a little desk area for when I am upstairs with the kids.
By the way, to see the full set of photos of this amazing Fawn Galli designed space, click here to head over to House Beautiful.
(And also note, Plexi-Craft sells to all…..and does not discount to the trade. I received no compensation or special treatment for mentioning them…..I just love the stuff I’ve ordered from them and thought I’d share.)
You may recall the process I went through to find a flush mount light for our foyer during the renovation….finally settling on the Cassini Collection Clear Glass Flushmount Ceiling Fixture. Below are two vantage points of our foyer as it looks today…..
I was over reading at House of Turquoise on Friday and look what I spotted in this to-die-for Greenwich Village apartment designed by Fawn Galli.
Do you spy the light I used in my foyer? Now if the rest of my home could magically look as good as the photo above….life would be golden! Check back tomorrow….I’ve got another seeing double between my house and this one. Alas, the similarities will there end!
I am a huge fan of this wallpaper, available in 48 colorways. I am thinking of using this paper in our Master bedroom or bath (if we ever make it there….so much to do!)
Su Casa via The Enchanted Home
The lavender colorway would be fabulous in a nursery, don’t you think? Maddie’s wallpaper is sitting in her closet waiting to be hung….or else this would be a contender for her room!
Something about this pattern is understated and calming to me. Do you like it?
Surprise, Surprise…..I have a new fabric love…..Peter Fasano’s “Tanzania”
On the chair and ottoman…
And on the drapes….
This fabric is available in eight colorways. Click here to see them.
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