I woke up this morning with a killer hangover. awesome.
I also woke up to a serious ‘Get It Done’ list that needed to be taken care of before heading into the office.
So…. I totally putzed around instead.
Anyway…. Now that I have gotten the complaining out of the way…. It’s time to say good bye to the old digs. Oh I LOVED this apartment. I have had some of the best girls nights EVER, an unreal holiday party, AND it was my first real place that I got to experiment with design. It was such a good place.
Please excuse the crappy iphone shots….
This is the yellow mirror in my dining room. You can see my drexel white bamboo furniture and the lamps on the campaign dressers were a gift from my grandma. I love them. Spoke to her this morning and she asked me to not let the movers handle the lamps. Love her!
Another view of the dining room. (Again, pardon the crappy lighting). I just repainted the table and chairs to a neat gray color that are coming to the new place with new upholstery. I got the table and chairs at a great trift shop in East LA that unfortunately closed. The rug was from Ikea and it didn’t make the cut for the new place. The vintage bird fabric I got years ago at the Long Beach Flea Market. There was only enough yardage to cover 2 chairs, so I mixed it with a solid turquoise. Such a happy space.
Below is a better view of the lamps. I just sold the campaign dressers, but the bamboo mirror and lamps are coming to the new place. This picture looks super vintagey-old. Weird.
And below…. another crapola shot. But this would be my foyer. I love the wall color. Like I really love it. I dont know what it is though. I picked a shade at home depot off a paint chip and didn’t turn back! Anyway… The Moroccan Wedding Blanket is from Calypso and I love all the sparkle. I’m nervous to ask Josh about it… Maybe I should just casually place it SMACK in center of the FOYER at the new place and maybe he won’t notice the sparklies. Dear Lord! Anyway… the Parsons Table. So sick, right?! I got the table and the pair of benches at Casa Victoria in Silverlake. I obviously had to have the upholstery redone on the benches. Good stuff.
So…. on that note….
Good bye Rexford Drive. You’ve been so good to me and I love you for it! Thanks for taking such good care of me!