Hi Everyone. I have been a bit distracted as we just found out the sex of our baby. A boy! So exciting, I can’t wait to post new nursery accent ideas that lean more “male inspired.” The Mister says he has to approve all my selections. Somehow he thought that a bronze vintage chandelier was not “boy” enough. The nerve! More to come on that.
A couple weeks ago the Mister and I were in LA watching the Oregon Ducks takedown the USC Trojans. The day before the game, I strolled around Fashion Island in Newport with family for some much needed girl time. While there, I came across a Room Service store, which I have always wanted to visit. Below are some poor i-phone shots I took of the fabulousness.
Check out this headboard and mirror. Not to mention the canvas of Old Blue Eyes and Bridget Bardot.
Loved this Burl Wood Table
This set-up of reminded me of my student days abroad in London strolling down Neil Street
If I ever own a boutique, this is the chair I will sit in to ring up customers.
Or maybe this one…
We also checked out the Jonathan Adler store. I have been to his location in downtown LA, but this one seemed larger and way more laid back. Again, please excuse the i-phone.
I adore the Maurice lamps, and didn’t know until now that there was a ceiling version. Sigh, this would look so good over my kitchen island.
The black Genie lamp I have been lusting after for years. Isn’t it so pretty?
These lamps I had only seen online and I love them even more in person. The pillow wall was pretty tempting, look at all that color.
We are so excited for a healthy baby boy…but if we ever have a girl, I might have to reference this pic for her room. The mirrors, and that lamps? Can it get and cuter? The pillows, the headboard. Love it.
I will need somewhere comfy to sit while I read her a story and I think this red chair is perfect. Ok, it’s burned into my mental rolodex.
I wonder if my Mister would go for giraffe wall sconces. Very masculine. All boys/men like giraffes. Right?
The next night we were doing this, as the Ducks cleared the stadium in the 4th quarter.