one piece, two looks: fancy vs. funky


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sofa

Which do you prefer? I seriously can’t decide… But I do know that I need a mint green  velvet sofa in my life.

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one piece, two looks.


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I’m not going to lie, when I first found this chair on Pinterest it set my heart aflutter. It’s the perfect combination of sleek and sexy, and warm and cozy. Look at her! Isn’t she a beaut? I knew the possibilities for design around this lovely being were endless but for the sake of this post I’ve narrowed it down to two ideas. I present to you, one piece, two looks: the organic edition takes on the sleek one. Please, place your votes. I, for one, am completely split down the middle. That almost never happens.

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one piece, two looks.

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one piece, two looks.

I’m always intrigued on how different designers approach a space and how they decide which direction to go in. Generally, I begin with one main statement piece and design the rest of the space accordingly. Usually, the moment I see that piece I have an immediate idea in my mind on what should happen with it. That being said, there are so many directions that you could pursue with that one item, and it’s often interesting to think of alternative solutions.

So here’s our third shot at lark + linens new series: one piece, two looks. This weeks victim: the ever-so-popular Nate Berkus’ gold pouf in a bedroom setting.

gold pouf found here

and the others: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20

I’d love to know, which do you prefer? And as an aside, if there are any items you’d like me to incorporate into this series, please feel free to shoot me an e-mail. I would be happy to design two spaces based on a piece of your chosing.

and take a look at the rest of the series here!

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one piece, two looks.

I’m always intrigued on how different designers approach a space and how they decide which direction to go in. Generally, I begin with one main statement piece and design the rest of the space accordingly. Usually, the moment I see that piece I have an immediate idea in my mind on what should happen with it. That being said, there are so many directions that you could pursue with that one item, and it’s often interesting to think of alternative solutions.

So here’s our second shot at lark + linens new series: one piece, two looks. This weeks victim: the crazy beautiful Clio lamp from Arbutus + Denman (recently discovered at IDS) in a dining room type setting.

lighting found via here
and the others: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

I’d love to know, which do you prefer? And as an aside, if there are any items you’d like me to incorporate into this series, please feel free to shoot me an e-mail. I would be happy to design two spaces based on a piece of your chosing.

and take a look at the rest of the series here!

 

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