annie is still on hiatus, so this week’s friday finds have been left in my hands. and today, we’re feeling rather warm and fuzzy. even plush, if you will. i love a soft, velvety pillow or sofa in a bold, rich color — something tufted perhaps, so you can curl up and feel extra fancy being a couch potato. happy friday everyone, hope you have a comfy rest this weekend, xo victoria
Top to bottom, left to right:
- plush pink velvet sofa, via the citizenry studio.
- i love Leslie Williamson’s house in San Francisco photographed by Brian Ferry, via freunde von freunden.
- mustard colored velvet sofa’s via remodelista and casa del caso.
- pretty tufted velvet pink sofa from bddw.
- west elm’s mongolian lamb pillow covers.
- plush velvet throw pillows on white, via fantastic frank.
i’m over the moon excited because this week i had my home studio floors painted white and i’m almost ready for the reveal. i’ve been wanting white floors since before the stone age, and i’m thrilled to finally have my own space so i can make that happen. i want to keep my studio space really minimal — just my mum’s old antique farm table as my desk, a great looking desk chair (on the hunt for that one!) and this vintage long, low walnut bench i have for storing magazines and books. i may put my white armoire back in there, but i love the idea of keeping it really open and spare so that if i need to shoot in there it’s ready to go — an instant photo studio with white walls and whitewashed floors! here’s some looks that have been inspiring me for a long while (i’ve got a pinboard dedicated to this idea)! i can’t wait to share how it turns out. hurry up, floors — dry, dry, dry!
i really love identifying what i think might be trending connections. i’ve been noticing this colorblock 80’s vibe popping up all over the place — from prada’s latest collection to dulux’s color trends for the year it’s a pastel world, people. pantone’s colors of the year turned out to be pale pink (quartz) and blue (serenity) and those shades paired are just everywhere. it’s an eighties revival — here’s what i mean.