Friday Fish Fry

Happy Friday, everyone! I don’t know about you, but I love a good fish fry so I’m running with that idea for the blog today. Though these fish-related interior accessories really aren’t meant to be consumed…

fish accessories

Chandelier from Currey & Company

Rug from The Rug Company

End table from NOIR Furniture

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Details, details…

Today is all about design details. When you think about it, spaces that seem exceptionally appealing are attractive because of that extra layer of thought that goes into them. Designers are experts at making very intentional decisions about space. The resulting oh-so-pretty aesthetic is meant to look effortless; look a little closer though, and you can almost see the thought process. I’ll let the details do the talking now…


Mr. & Mrs. Roger Griswold Residence Designer: Amanda Nisbet





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Color Me Happy

After a treacherous winter, it’s hard to not be inspired by the greenery and gardens that come to life as temperatures warm.

A little bit of color can be so rejuvenating!

I’m a fresh flower fanatic, and I love bringing that same, uplifting, happy feeling into an interior concept. Light fixtures from Astele do just that. These particular pieces are composed of beading and lovely glass rosettes, available in a wide array of colors. How’s that for a little bit of happy?!

mapmond pendant

bonnet pendant

astele pendant light

Want to see one of these fabulous fixtures in person? No problem. Tapis Decor at International Market Square has one or two on their showroom floor. Call the studio for more information.

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Minneapolis Vintage

One of my favorite things to do during the spring and summer seasons is peruse vintage shops. While I love all that our wonderful designer showrooms have to offer, sometimes it’s those really special, one of a kind pieces that add the finishing touch and make a space feel extra homey. Since the warm-weather season has officially started here in Minnesota, I thought I’d use today’s post to share my favorite vintage stops in the Twin Cities. Remember to check them out the next time you’re out and about!

pink typewriter

1) Hunt & GatherLocated in Edina, this shop is chock full of little treasures; furniture yearning for reupholstery and quirky accessories in need of a home...

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