This dining room table is a stunner. It’s also now listed at half off. From the mecca of all online antique conglomerates, 1stdibs.com.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
Of all my style directives, few receive the same kind of backlash as combining Black with Navy Blue. Somewhere, at some point, it became one of those ‘rules’ of fashion (like matching your shoe and belt color, not combining silver and gold, etc.) Juxtaposing these two dark colors is not only allowed, but also encouraged…. [Cont.]
A popular topic for both me and my readers, this is the 2nd Edition of Mile High Style’s favorite things for your home. ARMOIRE- Dating back to the 17th Century (decidedly before the walk-in), the armoire was the standing closet in palaces and castles. Today, if you have the space in a bedroom, it’s a… [Cont.]
While Labor Day tends to signify the end of the Summer season, the retail world has been preparing for Fall since Summer began. And while you may be a few months away from incorporating wool and cashmere into your daily wardrobe, now is the time to start thinking about how to transition your closet and… [Cont.]
Cocktail rings are a wardrobe staple. Big and embellished, fun and affordable, they bring any outfit that added punch, and are the rare piece of statement jewelry that can be worn with other statement jewelry. Available here.
I get why men like their big chairs, and I’ve found a compromise that doesn’t sacrifice comfort or style: a vintage lounge chair. Ample and cushy while still maintaining a design sensibility, it’s the best way to combine two very different worlds. And hey… Anything beats this!
Be still my heart…
Available until midnight tonight at a ridiculous 30% off, this Venetian-style mirror is perfect for a powder room that needs a touch of elegance and drama. For a bigger space and larger budget, this piece fits fabulous.
All too often, a guest room is a throwaway, lacking not only a cohesive style but also a feeling of warmth and welcome. Turning a spare room into a guest suite is one of the nicest things you can do for visitors. It only requires a little bit of effort on the big picture and… [Cont.]
I sometimes get slack from my male readership about the high prices of the items profiled. It’s a fair criticism and, in my defense, I pick items that, while expensive, are more useful as ideas and inspiration. A $2,000 WWII Bomber Plane Panel functions less as a realistic purchase possibility and more as proof that cool… [Cont.]