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My Style Story… Lately

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So, in the spirit of flexibility and adaptability, I’m going to share a different kind of Style Story today. Specifically, my style story and what I’ve been doing with it lately.

Last night (I know, I’m so very current!), I had the pleasure of decorating a holiday vignette for Currey & Company’s Fall showroom event. Despite some frenzying delays and terribly yucky rainy weather, I managed to pull it off and quite nicely, if I do say so myself. With some help from my new favorite Fort Worth antique store (Carter Bowden Antiques), some local thrift shops, Michaels, and my friend’s magnolia tree, I created a holiday vignette around Currey’s beautiful lighting and furniture in a glamour meets old world meets modern color palette style.

DSC_0047DSC_0042DSC_0034DSC_0044DSC_0053For all of you that are wondering how a girl pulls off holiday decorating on a budget, I’m here to tell you that it’s not that difficult!

Step one, raid your friend’s magnolia tree. Step two, painstakingly clean and spray paint a bag full of leaves. Step three, spray paint any other organic elements that you can find to decorate with. (I chose a couple dried gourds and tree branches.) Step four, hot glue your metallic magnolia leaves to the back side of a thick ribbon. Step five, run your hot-glued garland along a long table top or hang it from the post of a floor lamp. Step six, scour your local thrift stores to find various sized metal bowls. Finally, fill them with mercury glass ball ornaments and a few sprigs of greenery.

And there you have it! My Style Story lately. Making festive looks at an affordable price. Next time I catch a breath, we’ll get to that other Style Story.

 

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Usha Digiacomo November 18, 2013 at 6:54 am

    Dear Hilary

    Thanks to Pinterest I discovered you. I am one of these people who stopped repins. If I cannot get to source of the picture to link it to the original owner, I do not pin it.

    I am an architect/interior designer turned blogger as a creative outlet because my day job as an architect in a bank makes me lose contact with design. I am into creativity and empathic design.

    Anyway, I just want to say I adored your site: fresh, different, and gorgeous.

    You have got a new friend/follower!

    Hugs from Brazil

    Usha

    • Reply Hilary March 12, 2014 at 9:02 am

      Usha, I can’t believe I missed this comment of yours! Thank you so much for visiting my site and leaving such a sweet message. I really appreciate the fact that you followed one of my pins back to its original source and am ecstatic that you like what you found so much! Thanks for following and I hope I see you around a lot more!!

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