we want to start our week off with a big thank you to sunset magazine for featuring one of our favorite bathroom remodels and including us in their ’14 ways to revamp your bathroom’ list! see below for our tip, and thank you again to sunset magazine for the feature!
our team didn’t get to attend winter las vegas market this past week, but that didn’t stop us from thinking about some of our favorite showrooms that we like checking into when we do have the chance to be there in person. if you have never been, we highly recommend you make plans to attend an upcoming market there especially if you are a designer! it is an experience that leaves you inspired by the many exciting design possibilities! this week’s favorite five features product from companies that are on our must-see list whenever we are at las vegas market!
trove sideboard via noir furniture
art deco rug via safavieh
carmen chandelier via made goods
give and accept hand sculpture via global views
bizet table via christopher guy
bar carts aren’t just for holding liquor and bar items these days! they can do double and sometimes even triple duty in a variety of rooms as chic and functional solutions for storage and displaying items. anytime an item can do that is something we can all celebrate, especially if you live in a small space! we’ve rounded up some creative ways that you can use a bar cart around a home. do you have an idea not shown here? let us know in the comments!
bar cart as side table via apartment therapy
bar cart as side table via hgtv
bar cart as nightstand via apartment therapy
bar cart as nightstand via rue magazine
bar cart as bookcase via better homes and gardens
bar cart as kitchen storage via design sponge
bar cart as kitchen storage via better homes and gardens
bathroom bar cart via the happy house manifesto
bathroom bar cart via pink peonies
this art deco bar cart via rummage can certainly do double duty, but there is also a bonus feature!
…it has a removable serving tray, which makes it great for entertaining in any room of your home! cheers to that…make it a double for me!
one thing is for certain, we love color! and the more ways that we can bring it into the home, the better! we recommend unleashing color wherever you can! otherwise, you can easily get stuck in a very beige world. be daring little by little. start with your accessories and experiment from there into other home decor. soon, you’ll become more adventurous and confident when you inject color into a space. for today’s favorite five, we chose products whose hues were not only bold and vibrant, but also made a fun or creative statement themselves!
eperara siapidara lamps via pet lamp
herringbone pom pom throw via furbish
vintage miners’ bottles via jayson home
vasa blade sculptures via barneys new york
peruvian embroidered pillow cover via leif
we’ve come to another edition of favorite five fridays! we have really enjoyed bringing you this new series on the blog and look forward to continuing to share more of what we love throughout 2015! do you have any favorites so far? what caught your eye this week? be sure to let us know what you’ve been loving in the comments! here’s our top five of the week!
tilted cube sculptures via dwellstudio
rablabs malachite medium andu box via barneys new york
teeter totter console table via global views
kalalou antique wooden assorted shoe mold covered in kantha via bellacor
lloyd pressure balance valve trim with diverter via toto usa
2015 is starting off right for us, thanks to domaine home! they just featured a project of ours from last year and we are so excited to share it via one of our favorite design websites. we spent one full year working with a developer to renovate this stunning home in the palisades and loved the end result. thank you again to domaine home for the wonderful honor! see below for some of our favorite features, and here for the full article.
happy new year! 2014 was such a wonderful year for all of us at kishani perera inc. and rummage! so wonderful and busy that we got a little behind on sharing our press. we can’t forget to share these honorable features and take a moment to thank those who include us, as we are always grateful. see a few we missed last year, and we will be sure to share more soon.
we are so excited for kishani’s feature in c social front and for her to share some of her favorite spots in los angeles! since you now know her go-to spots, be sure to keep an eye out for her. she tends to be a creature of habit when it comes to her favorite vegan spots! thank you, c social front, for the kind words and honor of being featured! see below for the full article.
we are so honored to have been featured in an august issue of people magazine’s hollywood at home! we loved working with molly and scott to find a harmonious style they could both agree on. this was their first home together, so it was important to make it a place they would both feel comfortable in, where they could raise their family and relax together. we love the result! thank you again to people magazine for featuring our work!
we are so excited to be listed as one of pure wow’s top 16 la designers to follow on instagram! we love to share our work and tease you with sneak peeks of the progress, so it is exciting to hear people love it too. we better step up our insta game even more now! if you aren’t following us yet, you can find us here! thank you again to pure wow for the feature!
happy new year! hope you had a wonderful holiday break and that you enjoyed the celebrations with your family and friends. all that sparkles and shines doesn’t have to end with the winter holidays! you can carry that feeling year round with the decor and furnishings you have in your home. it can be as simple as having items that have a beautiful sheen or shimmer to them to something more extravagant like a glitzy chandelier that showers you with beautiful light. here are some of our favorites that made it to the top of our list this week!
portico pendant via currey & company
moroccan wedding tapis via calypso st. barth
fez cut gold leaf glass tumbler set via zinc door
moroccan wedding blanket pillow via rummage
we love seeing how people incorporate traditional cultural items into contemporary settings! for some, it’s a way of honoring their heritage and for others it’s simply a way of adding character and style to their personal space. one of those items in particular is the african bogolan mud cloth. we love its simplicity and the hand painted geometric lines which give it a graphic, modern feel while still maintaining its rustic nature. lately, we’ve been seeing this motif in both design and fashion, so we wanted to share some of our favorites!
an african mud cloth hangs behind a bed to resemble a headboard via amber interiors
you can also add it over a headboard to add a graphic element via kishani perera inc.
this african coverlet looks great at the foot of this bed via elle decor
we love how this african mud cloth functions as a table runner in this gorgeous table setting via ruffled
afrique fashion collection via nicci hou
mud cloth inspired looking stairway via musee robert tatin
love the creativity here! hand painted bogolan mudcloth vegan clutch purse via tribal immunity
your pets can have fun accessorizing with it too! via beast + babe
this almost looks like tile, but it is actually a handmade mud cloth quilt via judy dominic
a traditional chair looks fresh and modern reupholstered in mud cloth via burley katon halliday
don’t be afraid to layer mud cloth with various other textiles, you’ll be amazed how beautiful it can look! via domino
you can always add it as an accent underfoot via the design files
an african bogolan mud cloth available via rummage
we can’t believe christmas is less than a week away! the team has been so busy as we close out the year and prepare for some exciting new projects in 2015! if you didn’t catch the story on chris meloni purchasing the ozzie and harriet house that kishani designed earlier this year, be sure to check out the los angeles times, curbed la, and variety for more information. we happen to think he and his family are going to enjoy all the wonderful updates that kishani made possible while still keeping some original features of this famous television home. as we were putting this week’s favorite five, we were thinking of the ways that even small updates can transform a room, whether it be new lighting, flooring or even a decorative accessory that keeps everyone talking. we think these items will fill a space with joy and keep the conversations flowing well into the new year!
regina andrew lighting artifact wall sconce via layla grayce
apache rug via furbish studio
elegant grecian bronze ewer via zinc door
serape pillow via leif
noir lighting bronze sconce via layla grayce