You know what really grinds my gears…..
You know what really grinds my gears…..
Hello!!! I know it’s been way to long. I get frustrated with technology!
I just moved to NYC with my fiancé. This is the first time I have really been able to redecorate. All I can say is that I’m not having the easiest time! I love French feminine decor and Scott likes black and white and contemporary. All I want is our bedroom to be a sanctuary! I’m posting pics below of how far I have gotten (not far). Any ideas would be great!
My vanity. I just got it. I am getting a Venetian glass mirror to go above and then I am going to hang small pics all around it. In my mind it looks good;)
These are some of the pics I will be hanging.
Hanging across the bed. It’s still missing something.
I hate HATE the roman shade. A built will be built around the radiator with bookcases. Below is what window treatment I want.
This is really frustrating!
I was introduced to this brand by one of my coolest most stylish friends. She lived abroad in Paris. This designer is one of her discoveries; Les Nereides. Some pieces are magnificently embellished while others are just quirky. All are handpainted, embroidered or styled with miniature pearls and Swarovski crystal inlays. Either way these pieces will get you noticed; and what’s even better is that you’ll be original because this line isn’t sold state-side.
I have these earrings. I always get stopped because they are so unusual except why didn’t anyone thing of it before!
Here are some other unique pieces:
There are earrings and bracelets that match
Gorgeous enamel necklace. This is the kind of detail displayed in all of their work.
Perhaps the most elaborate collection:
This weekend was full of fun events! These are some of my highlights:
On Friday I went to a surprise Masquerade party for Robert Lang of Robert Lang Studios in Charleston, Sc. He was throughly surprised. So what makes this fancy you ask? Well most things I do are particularly fancy, but this one was special. It was at a penthouse at The Tides. It is right by the Arthur Ravenell bridge and had the most breath taking view.
I was so happy to use this occasion to whip out my black tie dress that I wore once for New Years eve two years ago in NYC. I also made my own mask. I found Fimo clay that I hadn’t used since I was a kid, but hey it was free! It was a catered event by Cru Cafe, which is a wonderful restaurant in Charleston. The cake was amazing too. It was done by one of their friends who is the pastry chef at Whole Foods. It was three-tiered. The top tier was pound cake, the middle what brownie-pound cake-brownie and the bottom was a hollowed out chocolate cake filled with Reese’s Pieces! The whole thing was covered in chocolate ganache. I binge ate this weekend 😉
So its a big birthday this year and I want it to be extra special. I’m sending out invitations to make it more personal. Please help me pick the best one. I will post a poll to follow
My brother posted this on my face book wall. Its’ about Herve Pierre’s home in NYC. Herve Peirre is the creative designer for Caroline Herrera. Notice The framed pictures in an elaborate frame:
I am attempting to do something like this in my house. The frame will not be as massive. I have some antique illustrations from Arthur Rickham of “The Tempest.” I am getting them matted and framed in smaller frames to make a similar piece of art. What do you think? Do you like Herve’s style or is it a little cluttered?
This will be the first of many posts about Marie Antoinette. Ever since I visited Versailles when I was younger and saw the grandeur of the of the palace, I have been fascinated by the glitz and glamor of the French royalty, mainly Marie Antoinette.
Girlfriend has got a bad rep… I will save the history lesson, but just know that she and Louis XVI inherited a terrible debt left by their predessor. The were doomed from the start. And just to let you know it is not true that Marie Antoinette said ” Let them eat cake.”
Although there wasn’t Perezhilton.com back then, there were still gossip columns and this was one piece of gossip that spread to infamy.
Hi! I changed my blog from ladyglitterati.wordpress.com to glitteratielite.wordpress.com!
Hi! This Blog is dedicated to my favorite things! I love everything French: Home furnishings, clothing, make-up… you name it. I will be posting things that I find interesting a dear to my heart.