Magic Mike is trying to givelili&gensome competition. I’m sure we can beat him both on the dance floor and off:
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Ballin’ or Broke? : Pallet Beds
Personally, I’m gonna vote ballin’. The look is very raw and simple yet so unique. Most of the designs I’ve seen are made from recycled wooden pallets, proving that you don’t have to have money to have style.
In the category of things to buy before I die/If I’m rich enough…
An Eames rocker. Words cannot describe how much I love this rocking chair. It adds an element of surprise to every room and is incredibly versatile. It looks just as great in a nursery as it does in a living room. The first photo is actually a reproduction of the Eames classic so If you don’t want to break the bank just yet on an original, you can find that one at Overstock
Every once in a while we discover a collection that tempts us to remove it from the lili&gen roster and keep it all to ourselves. Au Retour was no exception. The art nerd in me drew me to these pillows. This Brooklyn-based textile design and print studio’s work is inspired by modern and contemporary art, architecture, and contemporary and traditional crafts. There’s one pillow inspired by a tour of the UN building and another, by the sculptures of Donald Judd. The ones shown here are hand silkscreened and the design comes by way of folding and slicing black and white clay, and then photocopying the results. Love the bold, graphic quality to these!
All pillows shown are 45$ each
I just picked up these two great night stands tonight. They have a really unique shape since they’re a lot wider than regular night tables. The amazing thing about antique pices such as these is that you can instantly rejuvenate them with a new paint color yet they still keep their character. These need a lot of work but it’ll definitely be worth it! I think the details on the front drawers will stand out if we repaint them white with dark hardware and then distress the raised parts with dark paint. What do you think?