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The response to last week’s Scott’s post was great, thanks to all of you!  If you ever in Atlanta the second weekend of the month, be sure to let me know and we’ll head out to Scott’s and see what we can find!  This week I was kind of all over the place, so here are the highlights. I spent quite a bit of time at Restoration Hardware and loved it!  The Perimeter store here in Atlanta was merchandised beautifully.  My iPhone pics really do it no justice, but here goes.

Love those column lamps and the hanging lanterns.




This would be a great addition to any home.


I know this one’s blurry, but I felt like the blurriness actually added to the moody feeling of the photo.


There were rolled books everywhere.  What do you think?  Would you use them?


I really liked these wrapped books.  A good look for dark bookcases.



Perfect man cave look, don’t you think?


This bookcase was huge and I would so love to have it in my office.


Aren’t these beautiful?


This last photo really epitomizes Restoration Hardware to me right now.  Great graphics, natural woods, leather and warm metals.


I gave my twitter friends a sneak peek of my window treatment install this week, so I thought I’d share it with you too.

Here’s the before shot.  This space already has a lot going for it, but I have big plans.  We started with the window treatments.

And the after.  It’s always amazing to me how window treatments warm up a space.

A closeup of the Barbara Barry fabric.  The dark gray has a slight shimmer to it.  So pretty…

There’s much more to come for this project.  Stay tuned!





9 Responses

  1. Lori, that living area is unbelieveable!! And boy do those draperies do wonders – they are beautiful. I had no idea that Twitter photo was going to be something so grand as this. I might have to show this on my blog if that’s okay with you. And I really love the Restoration Hardware lighting, but do you ever feel like a midget in that place? HA! I just feel like everything is so big and oversized. They definitely know how to make a statement. I really love the wrapped book concept – that’s really neat and a nice way to dress up (or down) some shelving.

  2. holy moly thats a lot of fabric! it looks to be like 8yds per panel- crazy!! I love Barbara Berry one of my faves is the poetical print.
    Great Restoration Hardware pics too. We have a flagship store here and its 3 stories high with the top level being an open air garden area-its crazy!

    Cant wait to see the rest of this makeover its going to be lovely Im sure!

  3. That fabric is amazing, but I am so distracted by your fig, that thing is huge! I have never seen one so tall, have you had it forever?! Your room is beautiful!