Salvage Lamp, Rolled Paper Decor, and Flowing Fabric Lights
>Stop talking about your trip to Las Vegasalready! Okay....last time. With out the distraction of raising three other human beings, it's amazing how much you can observe in one weekend! I just have a couple more observations from recent time spent at the Anthropologie at The District in Las Vegas.
I love the arms and legs on this leather sofa. It's a complementary balance of feminine and masculine design elements. The colorful throw blanket and weaved ottoman coffee table are cheery. Couldn't you imagine finding a coffee table like this at a thrift store and weaving the top with thrift store found men's ties?
They took water color paper and rolled it around various objects with varying circumferences and used a staple to hold the shape. The paper was then dipped into blue water colors and then stapled to 2x4s that were attached securely to the wall. Cute huh?
This bouncer lady was standing in front of the VIP section at this small lounge where we were dancing at Mandalay Bay. I stood near her, looking up at this chandelier with flowing fabric. Whipping out my camera I asked if I could take a picture. She puffed up her chest feathers and pretty much told me off. Instead of huffing and rolling my eyes like I wanted, I decided to smile and say nicely, "It's so pretty I thought it would look great hanging over my bed. What do you think?" Her whole face changed shape, she relaxed and said, "It is nice isn't it?" It was interesting how being nice can change someone's whole attitude.