I am a great believer that good interiors don't have to break the budget. Sure, it's nice to have the 'one off' pieces that make a statement and pull a room together, but it's not essential. Case in point......
Now, before I go any further I am not saying this room was done cheaply, but it uses a few elements which anyone could apply.
1. basic white sofas - good starting point and neutral block on which to build your uber chic room (probably most $ here too....)
2. a mix of cushions, only two are the same which leads me to deduce the fabric was possible sourced from off cuts or remnants.
3. I would also dare to say those cane stools things look like an ebay buy and have seen the end of a paint brush or a spray can....)
4. gallery wall a mixture of different pieces possible already owned by this lucky person and arranged to pack a punch. (see how the green lamps pick up the green in the painting which in turn call to their friend the malachite box?)
5. ok, couldn't resist MALACHITE BOX. Reminds me of my days as an Asprey girl in London when everything was malachite and was always being snapped up by Princes from far flung Arabian countries.
Interior design savvy on a shoestring.
Room bought to you by the clever Sara Tuttle
and all assumptions made by moi.
Oh, and while we are on the subject of gallery walls, have a look and see what Kimberlee has done to her office wall.
Maybe I wil hop on a plane and think of some complicated accounting problem for her to sort out, just so I can stare at that lobster!
.......oh dear, didn't have to think that hard.......