Go ahead, judge the book by its cover! Erin went through a few iterations but finally decided on the black & white striped spine with a touch of gold. What a great decision! The book cover is clean, elegant, yet dramatic and attractive - just the type of style that would catch my eye!
I see a glamorous addition to my coffee book collection.
I am yet to go through the book - this is the type of book I would need to take some downtime to savour, but I really like that the book organizes the contents by room.
Each room has a clear sectional cover page - how could I have missed a gorgeous floral pattern like this?!
I am already eyeing this Schumacher Pyne Hollyhock pillow in charcoal. Oh so moody and romantic!
The book is packed with high quality images from Erin's home and projects.
I just can't get over how perfect this room looks. I want everything in it.
For each room, Erin gives a few ideas of the looks you could go for and their key components.
I also really love all the illustrations throughout the book. All the opinions are my own - I wasn't incented in any way to write this post.
On an unrelated note, I found a crystal pineapple in our basement storage and I swear I must have come across it numerous times every time I went through that closet. This time I really wanted to donate it because I have so many smaller decorative objects lying around. For me, it has always been in with the new, and out with the old. But then an idea struck me - what if I tried to glam it up by painting the pineapple head in gold?
And bam! it looks amazing! I gave a plain-looking crystal pineapple a new life in my decor world.