This little romper was a big hit with Rupert on date night last weekend, so I figured why not make this weeks style post out of it. Here is how I styled it:
Photos from my iPhone and Instagram Feed.
I have always been kind of fascinated with the Rorschach test and I love how the inkblot patterns look translated into use as decoration. I recently saw an inkblot pillow in HD buttercup but I couldn’t find who it was made by or how much it was, so I passed it over. Regretting that, I went on a search and thankfully found the one above on Pigeon Toe’s online shop.
While looking I was also reminded of Mondo’s amazing dress from Project Runway’s all star season, and fell in love with Warhol’s gilded version as a print. Not sure what Rorschach would think of me wanting to splash these patterns on everything but I think they are crazy good!
The bedroom is coming along bit by bit. Here are a few shots of us in the process of putting in the new ceiling. We picked up this carsiding from menards, my mom and I painted it, then Rupe and my dad put it up. Voila! done and done.
1. Taken out all the walls, floor, ceiling, doors, and bunk beds. 2. Put in new flooring. 3. Put up the new ceiling. 4. Put in drywall. 5. Framed out the new closets. 6. Put in new doors. 7. Installed a new overhead light (also from Menards).
Before moving in any furniture or decorating we still have to:
1. Mud and sand the drywall seams. 2. Hang closet doors. 3. Put in all the trim. 4. Paint. 5. Re-build one set of bunk beds.
While putting together last week’s style post I came across the lookbook for the charming French brand Cotélac. I had bought this bag on my last trip to France and never bothered to look up their online shop until now. Have you guys seen this? I love LOVE the way they styled their Spring/Summer 2012 collection.
So good right? The bag I have from them also happens to be one of my all time favorites. When it is rolled up, like I have it here, it is a small shoulder bag, but if you unbuckle the two buckles it unfolds into a large roomy tote! Genius.
Images from Cotélac