Around the Room: Favourite Decor Accents
In previous posts such as this, I have mentioned that I am a tad bit obsessed over home decor. While I do not yet own a home, my fingers are just itching to get started on decorating a personal living space. Until I begin living in my own apartment, I indulge my decorating tendencies within my small and cozy boudoir-- take a look at some of my favourite accents!
Recently, I acquired this darling gold lipstick-stained teacup and saucer from Lofty Living in New Westminster, as well as my second I See Noise print from the local designer Randa Salloum. In my mind, nothing beats white and gold when one is searching for tasteful decor that will instill a sense of tranquility into one's home.
I was too lazy to hang up this gold stag print, so instead I "layered" it on my bookcase mantle with a couple of other frames. The happy end result: an easy compromise that looks effortlessly good.
Just after the holidays, I indulged my love for gold with this deal on champagne flutes at Chapters. While I have yet to drink the bubbly stuff in them, I did manage to use them during my birthday party party; they currently serve as fancy holders for various objects such as these straws and makeup brushes.
On a previous trip to the aforementioned store, I purchased this key-holder as a pretty way to hang some of my necklaces within easy view and access.
Lastly, I love admiring my very first I See Noise print of the iconic Chanel No. 5 perfume bottle that I bought along with an Audrey Hepburn print (which I gave to a close friend). The red IKEA frame was not only extremely cheap, but completely catered to my preference for bright and bold colours.