Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Will My Love For Imperial Trellis Never End?

I just got my September copy of Canadian House & Home - my contest winning booty from My Notting Hill (thanks again, Michele!). And what is there to taunt me but the ubiquitous I.T. that I covet and graces not one inch of my house. Why is that? I don't care if it's overdone, I love it. And I will love it until every single house in America has at least one pillow covered in it. *sniff*

Another of my favorites: Chloe Sevigny's entry hall (when does the new season of The Big Love start anyway? - crazy, interesting, weird show) from the defunct and sorely missed House & Garden.

9 comments:

Raina said...

House & Garden was the dealio. I'm still not sure how and why it went under. I looked forward to its monthly arrival as much as Elle Decor's.

Well, it was resurrected once and fingers crossed we'll see it again.

David said...

I don't mind Imperial Trellis at all, but there are asian lattice patterns I like more. What I'd really love is a wallpaper in a caning pattern in two very near shades of pearlescent gray.

Yeah, I think about wallpaper a lot.

Brilliant Asylum said...

I still think it is pretty and fresh--especially with white and black accents.

Mademoiselle Frou-Frou said...

seriously, House & Garden deserves to be around more than some of those other mags!
i love the Kate Spade look...just the right amount of pattern.
xox

House & Life said...

I am sort of embarrassed to use it anymore, but yes, I secretly love it as well. Ha!

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erin@designcrisis said...

Chloe Sevigny's hall was (and still is) one of the freshest uses of wallpaper I've seen.

And where the bleep IS my Big Love???

hello gorgeous said...

Brilliant Asylum: Yes, I think the addition of Black and White makes it so fresh. I love those drapes anyway.

Mademoiselle FrouFrou and House & Life: I just miss H&G so much but I am currently worried about Domino...stay tuned.

Erin: I watched that show over the spring I guess on On Demand (you know, all that polygamist compound raiding piquing my interest...). And, no, I don't know what happened to it. I'll find out.

Joanna Goddard said...

i LOVE that second photo.

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