A room can be designed in an hour on the internet.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Really.  It can.

I used my new favorite program, Olioboard, to make a room of stuff you could buy off the internet from national chains.  Olioboard has items from West Elm, Urban Outfitters, and Anthropologie (among 50 other stores) already on their site and you can upload your own photo if you want.  I've been in love with this yellow couch for forever, so that's where I started...


1. Atelier Chesterfield - totally costs a bajillion dollars.

2. Gloria's Garden Rug - love the colorful florals.

3. Chevron Crewel PillowDot Pillow Cover, and the Magical Thinking Travels Pillow - these three pillows are a great mix of color and pattern

4. Tali Printed Window Panel - pattern mixing works here because we've got a low-contrast, small, simple geometric to go with our crazy rug.

5. Heritage Bookshelf - gorgeous bookshelf and although the styling is a little sparse and says "Urban Outfitters Catalogue", I still love the beaker set, vintage globe and old camera.

6. Wicker Patio Table - not from UO, Anthro or West Elm, but I love the pop of color and how it goes with the rug.

7. Rabbit Profile Framed Art  - love the giant rabbit print.

8. Hammerpress No Whining Print - I think every room needs something graphic.  Typographic prints usually do a great job.


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