Congratulations to our Fabricadabra winner, Sherry Kim!
Her comment: “I absolutely love the IKT50 Silk/cotton ikat pillow cover! I have been searching for the perfect throw pillows for my couch. The design and colors match perfectly with the decor of my new home!”
Thank you everyone for participating! Be sure to check out Fabricadabra for throw pillows that are both sustainably sourced and beautifully designed – the perfect match.
Little side note: In an effort to be as transparent and fair as possible, PDB uses random.org to select all giveaway winners.
Ready for a little spring eye candy? I almost fell out of my chair when I came across this absolutely adorable ‘recycled chic’ backyard party. I’m loving the idea of a *sweet* celebration for the coming months!
A vintage candy & cakes theme would work just as well for a shower, a wedding or even Easter.
Style Me Pretty shares this lovely photoshoot, complete with colorful poms, a delicious dessert table (make that the most adorable bookshelf you’ve ever seen!) and vintage place settings. I’m head-over-heels in love with every detail.
I can’t decide which perfect little piece of this party I like best. Is it the mis-matched paper prints (on the signs, as drawer liners, the background for the cake table, as place mats…) or the amazing floral designs (did you see that tablescape up top??) or the mouth-watering desserts!
More delicious photos - including the invitations, adorable handmade pillows and petite cakes - after the jump!Continue reading →
I can’t recall where I first discovered 6th Street Design School but I became a regular follower immediately. Kirsten is an aspiring designer in the very last semester of design school – and she shares creative and fun suggestions for reworking your space on a regular basis.
Her ideas are bright, colorful and inspiring. I’m always motivated to reupholster a bench, find a new rug or hunt down that perfect lampshade after reading Kirsten’s latest post. I can’t wait to see her in action when she graduates and I LOVE my daily dose of 6th Street inspiration.
In her own words: “This blog is a place for me to express my ever-evolving style and to share what I love about Interior Design. I want to document things I love. I call this blog 6th Street Design School because even after I graduate I always want to be a student of Design. I never want to stop learning.”
If Kirsted could be a room, this would be her:
Kirsten’s remodel of her son Jett’s room really caught my eye and I posted on it back in January.
If you love her style as much as I do, you will adore her four answers to PDB’s interview questions as well as wonderful eye-candy from her own home and her inspiration! Continue reading →