- Susan Taylor
Tibetan lamb accents in every form have been trending for some time now. I chose to use this delightfully stylish, soft, curly, textural treat in more than one room of my new home!
In the master bedroom, I threw a small lamb rug over an ottoman between two comfy chairs. It brings a certain chicness to an otherwise plain ottoman, and let me tell you, it’s delightful on bare feet! Try tossing one in an asymmetrical way over the end of a chaise, over the back of a chair, or at the end of a bed. And, just a hint, you can find these colors right now at the home store, in mint green; chrome gold; navy; light gray; and dark gray. Yep, I’m a fan!
If you look closely, under the window, behind the far chair, there is an acrylic based bench…you guessed it, Tibetan lamb. Oh. My.
Here’s another view of the throw over the ottoman. I’m crazy for this look!
I haven’t spent much time blogging about our new home, so take a look at this view of one of my favorite bed frames. Polished stainless steel makes this bed glamorous and hip. The sexy little side tables are from a favorite collection I sells loads of! Available in several sizes and styles — chests, dressers, accent tables. Beautiful and chic. And it’s not only bedrooms we are using these in … try your living room, hallway, or foyer! There are multiple pieces from this collection right now on the retail floor for you to love. In the center of the room, you’ll also find the Bling chandelier (33″ diameter!) calling my name. Just about all of my favorites found a home in this space.
What master bathroom is complete without a polished nickel Tibetan lamb director’s chair?! With ample room to add an accent chair beside the deep soaking tub, this room becomes a personal space and a real favorite. Don’t be afraid to add real room furniture in the master bathroom! Love.
Two places spotlight Tibetan lamb in the family room. Look closely at the sofas for pure white lamb pillow accents! Since this photo was taken, I’ve also added a navy lamb throw over the hide bench in front of the fireplace.
Natural fibers give that organic flair to any space. I’m loving mine and have multiple selections for you to try right now on the retail floor. I hope you’ll stop in for a little Tibetan trend to call your own.« Previous Post Next Post »