So this interior sneak peek of Trevor Stuurman's home in House and Leisure SA apparently occurred in the September issue. However these are new to me so I am posting them here along with the video of the sneak peak. This is inspiration and interior goals for me. A home full of character and reflecting the owner, nothing cookie cutter allowed.
This Architectural Digest interior inspiration features the NYC Loft that is filled with Black Art collectors Bernard Lumpkin and Carmine Boccuzzi have acquired over the years. I keep revisiting the images above and below because they are making me rethink how some of my pieces are currently displayed.
I am beside myself after taking this tour of Sheila Bridges Upstate NY home featured here in Elle Decor. This excerpt from the article speaks on her reason for creating space in Upstate NY. In 2002, Sheila Bridges wrote her first book, Furnishing Forward: A Practical Guide to Furnishing for a Lifetime, with a simple dictum: If you buy only what you truly love, then the things you buy will last forever. Her new home in New York’s Hudson Valley is full of old favorites: an ode to all the things that, for her, spark joy. Take, for example, the Fornasetti chairs, which feature two African men in traditional Moroccan dress. “I think I first saw them in the early ’90s,” Bridges says....
One of our best sellers across all platforms (website,society6 and redbubble) is our Compromise For What?!! design. This was created because I had recently watched the below video and Eartha Kitt is one of my Sheroes. She stood on her own and spoke her truth, I live to honor women like that with my journey through this life. Compromise For What?!! for what reason should I compromise? You are here to share the love I have for myself...so powerful.