One of the main reasons I like the Pinterest community so much is the constant churn of new and beautiful images, styles, decor and products. A few weeks ago, when searching for items for my cousin's glam hot pink and navy wedding style board, I found Global Home. Now I'm a huge fan of their modern eco-friendly pieces and sleek global style. I just had to share some of my favorite finds from their online store. I'm certain you'll see more of their pieces in my future room idea boards!
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Hello! It's Pinteresting Tuesday again, and I've rounded up ten pins that will take you somewhere. From simple loft steps to stunning patterned stairs, these spaces are making me want to add another level to my house.
I spent a few days last week in the beautiful and laid back city of Seattle. Contrary to what you might think, there was very little rain and a bit of sunshine during my visit, which made exploring the city on foot quite enjoyable. It was my first time to Seattle but I still managed to find some eco-friendly home furnishing shops. I paid a visit to House Urban in Belltown near Pike's Place Market, and was very pleased with what I found.
By far my favorite stop of the afternoon was at BLVD Boulevard, featuring Jay Hart Home. My oh my, this store was gorgeous! The store had both beautifully restored mid-century furniture pieces and many vintage pieces in perfect condition. I'd never seen so many vintage pieces in such good condition all in one space - perfection.
The minimalist styling and neutral-covered seating made the space feel clean and calm. The pieces made from reclaimed wood and salvaged iron added layers of texture that had me wiping the drool from my chin. So yes, the store is perfectly curated. But even more impressive is the fact that they reupholster and restore the pieces that are less than perfect in unfussy and sustainable ways. High praise.
Here are some photos I took with my iPhone because my regular camera had run out of batteries - such bad timing! Also, I've rounded up some of my favorite pieces from BLVD Boulevard shop in lovely Palm Springs.
Italian Ocean Liner Seating Group circa late 1940s. So Hollywood...the set was used in the Movie "LA Confidential".
Original Paul László Seating Group circa early 1950s upholstered in natural tweed.
Seating Group consists of sofa, two lounge chairs, two end tables and a coffee table.
Mercedes Top Grain/Solid Mahogany Chair in black leather with a black wash finish.
Pair Huid & Neilson Chairs for Fritz Hansen circa early 1960s made from steamed wood and still has the original leather upholstery.
Reclaimed Tropical Hardwood Chair made from reclaimed Acacia tropical hardwood.
Vintage Architectural Grate Table made from a heat register grate circa 1930s. Fitted with a new stand glass top.
Pair of modern wing chairs circa early 1960s. Professionally restored and expertly upholstered in 100% organic cotton.
Geometric Console Demilune in a vintage grey finish made of reclaimed wood.