weekly wrap up + dupatta nara love


This week has been a blur of paint fumes, planning and agonizing over how best to organize our new office space and the year ahead. As much as I love making big decisions, sometimes I feel overwhelmed and the best way to remedy that is to window-shop for warm fuzzy things. At the top of my list right now is this gorgeous red-on-red scarf from Matta. I love the rich red tones and feel like it would be the perfect jumping off point for a room design. I’d love to see a couch upholstered partially (just the back and bottom) in dark red and then the cushions in a lighter red. That sort of slight variation in colors always makes me smile. If you’re looking for a gorgeous scarf to splurge on, you can click here to pick up one of these. Until then, I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and I’ll see you back here on Monday! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

 

  1. Nina says:

    Sorry for the comment to be slightly unrelated to the post, but next time, you might want to try Mythic- a paint that is non-toxic, non-VOC and not smelly. Better for you, your office, the environment. (I don’t work for them)- and yes, that scarf is beautiful :)

  2. ernø says:

    so nice, I need one !

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