We are completely head over heels for this Aspen wall light. At only $210, you can't go wrong. We think this looks like it came from the renowned high-end showroom, Holly Hunt (but at a fraction of the cost!). Pick one up at www.ryanbrownstyle.com.
We love these library wall lamps because they are both stylish and functional. We came across these images on a post by one of our favorite blogs, remodelista. These images showcase the versatility of the lamp, as it can easily go from the kitchen to a bedroom.
We can't get enough of this well designed desk! We love the white laquer finish with macassar ebony wood faces, chrome hardware with an X shaped base. Great for small spaces and beautiful enough to be used in a family room with a cool upholstered chair. It's a nice transitional piece that will look great in either a modern or traditional house.
We love this dusty plum colored loveseat from Lee Industries. This would be a perfect addition to a room either opposite a small breakfast table or a built in banquette, or placed in a living room or family room. Also, depending on the type of fabric you choose, this piece can work in either a modern or traditional home. It's a great classically lined and versatile piece for any home.
We love these oversized wine bottles from Pottery Barn. They were purchased from a collector who found them while scouring restaurants in Europe. Prices range from $99 for the small bottle to $279 for the extra large size.
If you are looking for a fail proof accessory, try this "aged teak ring" from D.A.O. in Los Angeles. This particular piece is a by-product of a teak plantation. This comes from the top portion of a stump that is left after harvesting the log. The organic texture and white wash patina are the results of natural weathering.
Seen below are examples of this type of accessory being used in both a modern and traditional application. Organic pieces are so adaptable in any style of home--making them the perfect accessory.
Furniture in natural weave materials seem to be cropping up everywhere this summer.
We love this new Modern Weave chair and ottoman from West Elm. These pieces of furniture are technically for indoor use only, so we think they would be especially chic in a pool house, but would also work well in a modern application.
If your looking for something made to weather the outdoors, but with the same vibe, try this sofa and ottoman from Design Within Reach.
Our pick this week is a parchment wrapped console with a resin finish from Paul Marra in Los Angeles. We used this console to anchor a large entry way in a modern home in the Hollywood Hills. For more information on the piece, click here.
Our pick this week is a vintage 1950's glass table lamp from JF Chen that we just selected for the living room of a Hollywood Hills project. The home airs on the traditional side, but the client loves furniture and accessories that bring personality and vibrant colors. The brass "sputnik" inside the glass allows the lamp to make a statement without losing it's classic vibe.
This late 19th century English partners desk from Ames Ingham in Los Angeles is beautiful and it has many of its original features including an ink well tray on top and original leather inlay and hardware. Contact Ames Ingham for additional details or visit their website at www.amesingham.com.