It's that time of year, and if you have a freshman heading off for college, you may be scrambling. I was last year, and this year I still have things to do before we're ready for move-in day. But, this year, the difference is that my daughter will be a sophomore and knows exactly what she needs.
Are you as ready for summer as I? We're having bizarrely warm weather here in Dallas, but it's chilly in the evenings. I'm ready for full time warmth. I happened upon this Bahamas residence...
All about blue and white in the bedroom...
Blue and white on Monday...
Who doesn't love a good stripe? Stripes work everywhere, and depending on the width and color, can add anything from drama to playfulness to a room. If your space needs grounding, they're the perfect solution.
I redesigned my daughter's "hangout" room (above) for a
, and used a navy and white striped rug.
Rugs are one of my favorite ways to add stripes to a space. These examples, plus the one I used in my daughter's space, are all
The table is also a fantastic spot to place a stripe.
How I adore seersucker. Aren't
fun? The colors are great, and I'd also love a set in pink : )
Here's the beautiful ivy clad Georgian facade,
Victoria Hagan designed the interiors for
, an Upper East Side condominium residence. The images above and below are two of the many amazing spaces she created for the building.
This Victoria Hagan space is one of my favorites. Who doesn't love a blue and white stripe?
And, while I'm sharing spaces by Victoria Hagan, I have to share this spectacular project of hers from