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Room Interpretation

by Anna on August 13, 2012

ITEMS IN THIS ROOM:

 

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Room Interpretation

by Anna on July 21, 2012

I’ve decided to dedicate a monthly post called “Room Interpretations.” I will share photos of beautiful interiors and then post a collage of items that a person could use to replicate that given room. I will try to focus on creating the room with reasonably priced items so that it makes it easy and affordable for you to actually recreate these rooms. Enjoy!

Red Blue Yellow

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got ikat?

by Anna on July 28, 2011

I’ve always been a lover of hippie looking things. It just runs in my blood. I always remember my mama wearing the most casual chic outfits (and I really don’t think she tried- she was just a natural fashionista). Flowing cotton dresses, worn leather jackets with fringe falling from the arms, moccasins, beaded turquoise jewelry, vintage tees, hand woven purses, strappy sandals, and braided hair… that was my mama. My love of natural textiles and and neutral colors is the outcome of hippie parents and Native American ancestry.

With that being said, I must introduce you to a type of fabric pattern called “IKAT.” A flame stitch-looking printed pattern that is normally shown on light weight to medium weight cotton. This pattern is reminiscent of hippie days and has the ulitmate southwest Native American feel. So to make sense of all of this I will break it down for you: I love hippie stuff and I love shoes. Therefore, I am obsessed with the shoes below :)

Which ones should I get?!

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