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....
This Architecural Digest feature of Suzanne McFayden's home in Austin Texas is the epitome of coming into one's own. It's not designed for everyone but for Suzanne McFayden's time and moment, I love it. I understand starting over as a divorced Black woman and having to reclaim space for yourself. It is freedom. Again the art displayed here by Black Artists is a study in what I try to present everyday here at 3 Piece Urban Artisan. Your art, home decor and living ware should reflect you and your experiences.
OMG! I have a new Interior Inspiration from Tom Joyner the Fly Jock's Home in Florida. The Black art pieces alone have me drooling but coupled with the spacious rooms this is beyone.
This entire apartment is life goals...gah!
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