Sorry to disappoint should ye be expecting
an eHarmonyesque- too-damn-early-for-Valentine’s
romantic post today.
The recipes here involve wooing your rooms.
See that stenciled wall above, all Swedish and gorgeous-like?
For the design freaky me, it reads ROMANCE.
Recipe No. 1
Embrace the splendor of paint.
Paint your way to romance?
Look no further than this incredible
collection of projects and inspiration in
by Annie Sloan
Annie Sloan’s genius was introduced to me
by Maison Decor’s Amy,
and Sloan’s idea of using chalk paint
to dye fabric
is but one stroke of it as they say.
(The chapter on Swedish style is fab!)
Recipe No. 2
Ingredients: Passion for French style.
Mix in some ‘timeless’ and a generous
helping of ‘sophistication.’
The French are masterful at
creating romance, and designer
offers inpirational ideas for getting it right in
Through the French Door:
Romantic Interiors Inspired by Classic French Style.
Westbrook’s style oozes with country charm
in this book featuring her own home titled
Recipe No. 3
Ingredients: Admiration for the ‘undecorated.’
Keep it relaxed. Keep it comfy.
Authors Liz Bauwens and Alexandra Campbell
are skilled at whipping up romance
with simple and accessible design in
Country in the City
I am partial to the section in the book
concerning LIGHT AND SPACE,
and one of their eclectic projects
even features a nostalgic Airstream!
by Liz Bauwens and Alexandra Campbell
Of course, these recipes are merely the tippy top
of the romantic decor iceberg…
I mean this romantic blogging vixen
didn’t even explore candlelight.
*’candle’ pronounced with her very best overzealous
Target cashier lady accent*
Which means I’ll be cooking up more
romance to share soon…buckle up!
Peace to you right where you are.
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