i spy: factory girl.
i do like a bit of industrial strength edge to my decor. a few strong, muscular pieces thrown around a pretty room, add character and a hint of rugged masculinity for contrast. boy meets girl, girl meets boy…it sometimes works! so today i’ve got my i spy on the softer side of your typical factory girl.
now this is a creative and high-tech idea — patchwork wall panels from ixxi that you create yourself from your own photo enlargement. brilliant!
‘e’ is for excellent, from typos; i’ve always wanted some vintage bertoia chairs, like these from dusty deco; love this wilcox stool from anthropologie; ummm, did you have any idea my idol diane keaton has a line of dinnerware, k by keaton? well, she does! hey, we can’t always be number one, there’s no shame in being number two, from vintage seventy five; love this caroline gomez petit torche lamp i saw over on design milk…industrial and pretty! and this is fun little entry piece — the atrium console table from urban outfitters.
you can crown yourself king or queen with this wall art from 33 stewart avenue; i would very much like this far & wide wall sconce to show up on my doorstep; and even chipped up old chairs look pretty great in the right setting, via red magazine; the mash studios PCH series console shelf is functional looking, yet totally stylish; i think a bon bon tin needs a new life, from sunday brocantes; and how about displaying some cute lollipops? love these fancy filigrees from vintage confections.