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Worthy Links: 17.10.14

Worthy Links: 17.10.14 — Small Space Decorating on @SavvyHome

I’m flying to High Point Market bright and early in the morning, so today I’m working around the clock to make sure all my work is done and everything is packed and ready before my 7am flight. These days it feels like all I do is work like a mad person, pack, travel, unpack, rinse, repeat. I’m certainly not complaining—there’s nothing I love more than visiting new places, meeting new people and trying new things, but this. girl. is. tired. I’m hoping to catch a break in November to get back on top of things. In the meantime, I’m really excited to see thousands of new home products over the weekend, so follow along on Instagram for all the scoops!

WORTHY SALES

Jonathan Adler is offering 20% off your entire purchase during their Friends & Family event with the code FF2014. A once a year opportunity to save on a sexy mongolian lamb bench, a Beni Ourain rug, a chandelier, a sheepskin rug, new dining chairs or a cute throw pillow.

I know East Dane is technically for men, but there are a few items in their home section I wouldn’t mind grabbing at 25% off during their Friends & Family sale with the code FAMILY25: this book, this candle, this umbrella and this Bluetooth station.

Loeffler Randall is also in Friends & Family Sale mode, offering 20% off with for IMAFRIEND. I love their Rider bags so much, but I can’t choose between going classic, minimalist or textured. Which one would you choose?

Tibi is offering 25% off with the code FF2014TIBI. I’m loving their mohair coat, v-neck pullover and booties.

One Kings Lane launches made-to-order upholstery shop. Choose a frame, pick a fabric, rinse & repeat.

WORTHY READS

The secrets to vacationing like a fashion insider by Valentino’s Carlos Souza.

5 statement dining room chandeliers and how to make them stand out.

I can’t wait to try this new restaurant opening next week in Montreal.

Everything you need to make your sick day a bit more enjoyable.

I tried this Merlot Chili recipe last night and it was deee-lish!

9 mistakes to avoid when decorating a small space.

The ultimate closet detox cheat sheet.

What’s your SSB?

 

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Decorating around a Madeline Weinrib Vintage Rug

The Ludlow Hotel Guest Room, Lower East Side, NYC — Decorating around a Madeline Weinrib Vintage Rug with Chairish on @SavvyHome

Chairish challenged me to create a room styleboard around a Madeline Weinrib vintage rug. Here’s what I came up with.

Ever since I stayed at the Ludlow Hotel I’ve been dreaming up a bedroom decor that embodies a similar boho-chic vibe (or as hotelier Sean MacPherson calls it: Trustafarian meets Miss Havisham—look it up). So when Chairish hit me up with a challenge to create a room decor around one of their vintage rugs, it was the perfect opportunity to experiment. I knew exactly what I wanted in the room: a four-poster spindle bed, crisp hotel bedding and a mix of exotic textures and textiles—dhurries, mod cloth, suzanis and lamb skin. This Madeline Weinrib hand-loomed rug was perfect to finish off the look. With a few modern elements and a black, blue and white palette, I brought to life my vision of a streamlined Ludlow-by-the-sea bedroom.

Here’s a few tips to consider when decorating around a vintage rug: pick out one to two tones from the rug, in this case the dark caviar color and creamy white, and repeat around the room in curtains, pillows and accents. You can also repeat patterns—for example the cross is also present on the dhurrie ottoman and the mod cloth pillow. More importantly, if your beloved vintage rug doesn’t come in the right size, fix the issue by layering an inexpensive natural rug underneath.

SHOP THE LOOK

Lindsay Cowles Crepe de Chine FabricBelgian Linen Relaxed Roman ShadeAntique Suzani | Ralph Lauren Spectator White Paint | Lotem Eggshell Accent Table | Blue Dhurrie Ottoman | Jaipur Mirror

Shop more of my Chairish favorites.

Shop the Look: Jenni Kayne’s Lake Tahoe House

Shop the Look: Jenni Kayne's Lake Tahoe Home on @Savvy Home

“I wanted it to feel like a lake house, with lots of blue and white and comfortable sofas. It’s OK if you come in with sandy feet.”

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Two sisters found out that their childhood lake house was on the market, purchased it together and turned it into an easy-living, picture perfect haven for the next generation. Those sisters are Saree and Jenni Kayne—and the Lake Tahoe house is now also home to Jenni’s husband Richard and their children Tanner and Ripley.

The Cape Cod style house has a distinct East Coast appeal despite being located on the West Coast, and a beach house feel despite being situated on a lake. Everything about the house feels approachable and casual—from the fouta towels hung at the door to the belgian linen pillows scattered throughout. The house feels as though it was built for kicking back and relaxing. The secret? Lots of linen, all white roman shades, natural materials, swedish antiques mixed with comfortable sofas, Swans Island blankets and a meaningful art collection curated by friends and family.

SHOP THE LOOK

Read the whole story on C Home.

Gab Loves: Barely There Tones

Gab Loves: 14.10.14 — Barely There Tones on @Savvy Home

SHOP THE POST

Cari Hernandez’ Woven History | Pescara Floor Lamp | Vince Hooded Coat | Gap Drop-Shoulder Coat | J.Crew Textured Slouchy Sweater | 1882 LTD. Fragile Hearts Dinner Plate | Round Leather Table | Thomas Fuchs Skull Marble Cheese Board | Grey Ikat Chair | Loeffler Randall Rider Bag | Lynne Side Table

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