Today, after a rousing stop at some Purim festivities, my mom and I headed to Nordstrom.
And there I found some more inspiration for my future master bedroom.
Right now I’m thinking Navy, leopard print, gray walls, ruching…I am thinking tranquil and chic. I am thinking this ain’t happening for a long time, but a girl can dream (and polyvore.)
And I got some great inspo ideas, from color to texture to cute, meaningful decor.
And then,I spotted this:
Apparently it had just been delivered this morning. And you know how I feel about all things the Foxy.
So I had to adopt it.
Not sure where it will find it’s home yet; I could put it on my baby’s Anywhere chair, or in my sunroom. But I have fantasies of a velvet chaise in a future master, with this right on top of it.
Dreams are great, but Foxy dreams are the best.
Don’t get too excited…it’s a pretty short one (and not most intimate-ever with a Bravo-lebrity…Teaser alert!)
But one time someone stumbled upon Mommy, Ever After by using the search term “Jeff Lewis Baby Unibrow”. That’s pretty amazing in itself. No? I have always loved the guy.
But now that I have a relatively new found passion in all things home design (including decor and, of course, color) I have been really digging the new season of Flipping Out; and I find myself noticing things, like their Green and Gray throw pillows in the main room in Grammercy, and ZOMG Jeff Lewis Color. I fantasize about our future master addition, and now, when watching, I pay close attention to things like budget and “the bones” of a space.
So, in the words of my favorite Neon Trees song, Animal, “here we go again…”
Dreams for my future fantasy bedroom are coming together slowly but surely. Sure, we have a major addition to complete, and sure, that is years away, but at least I got my leopard print. Dave at Norman Carpet One had my mommom’s remnants bound for me so now I have a fabulous leopard area rug in my master. Check it.
It’s awesome. I love it and I love the folks there. They made it easy and reasonable, and my vision is coming to fruition. So in the past two days my bedroom has become a lot cooler, I say.