This amazing gothic crystal lamp was a vintage find. The brass storks can be found easily on Etsy.
I recovered her vanity stool in mud-cloth. The throw pillows are from West Elm.
Punched tin and glass mirror found at the Rosebowl.
Found the rug at the Rosebowl, the amazing coffee table was one of my luckiest Craigslist finds EVER.
She had this God Bless America Chair–the Navajo-Print artwork was found at the Rosebowl.
Rug from West Elm. Chair from World Market. Pedestal Table from Tini (This is Not Ikea). Painting found at a thrift shop.
Sometimes, decorating a home can be like going to the gym, or a yoga practice or something–it’s never quite totally ‘finished,’ you keep on layering and adding (and editing and subtracting) and then you live with it for a bit, and then switch it up. That’s how working with Cami has been over the last couple of years. Some months we chill and don’t add much, some months we go nuts and change up a bunch of stuff. But right now, I’m digging the way Cami’s home looks–so while I know that this is a “comma” and not a “period” on this project, I wanted to show you this stage–as I think there are a lot of great ideas here, and I love how her little jewel-box of an apartment looks and feels right now. What’s your favorite element?
Thank you Cami for letting me decorate and share your home. Design + Photos by J. Blakeney