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Style My…With Charish

Post 4 - Chairish Rugs

I love a good treasure hunt, but sometimes slogging through Craigslist ads or spending all day on my feet at an antique mall ends up being a fruitless pursuit. Enter Chairish, the magical retailer that seems to have an “Awesome Stuff Only” policy when it comes to their stash of vintage goodies. You can even sort by style, designer, or city to find the missing link for your space (every room needs a dash of vintage!). Here I’ve chosen an eclectic patchwork rug from Chairish to create a colorful entryway that’s as functional as it is chic. Look out though – my bare entry makes me think this rug may soon be unavailable…Shop all rugs on Chairish here.

*Blog Post By Audrey Dyer for Stone Textile At Home

The Goods:  Rug, Bench, Square Pillow, Lumbar, Throw, Basket, Photo, Water Print, Bud Print, Moon Watercolor, Mirror, Tray, Wall Pocket

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Style My / Guest Bedroom

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Now that holiday guests have come and gone, a guest room refresh may be in order to usher in a new year of hosting in style. This chic space is just the ticket for welcoming friends and family; a bright, energetic space with graphic textiles and cool metallic accents is definitely a respite from your average hotel suite. Add a few guest room essentials like a sleek carafe and scented candle, and your visitors may just overstay their welcome!

THE GOODS:  XO Print,  Beds,  Benches,   Lamp, Sconces,  ChandelierMirrorMagazine StandNightstandRadioRugHand,  Stone Textile Throw,  Cross PillowChannel Pillow,  Stone Textile Square Layers Pillow,  Stone Textile B+W Patchwork Pillow, Vintage Beaded Circle Pillow,  Stone Textile Color Block Pillow, Stone Textile Criss Cross Leather Pillow, Stone Textile Black Stud Pillow

*Guest Post by Audrey Dyer

 

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Found + Styled / Vintage Buffet

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Found: Back in March, a few of us drove to the Ft. Worth Antiques show outside of Dallas.  I spotted this amazing buffet table from across the room and knew that it would be a perfect fit for a client’s dining room.  We had it shipped, professionally lacquered in a beautiful light gray color, and within a month this one of a kind Art Deco piece (from the 1940′s) was ready to be styled.   Styled: Last week we took some photos and I love how it turned out.  Make sure to see the before photos below.

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The original chrome + black geometric hardware was a huge draw.

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My client’s collection of vintage glassware adds a beautiful pop of color.

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We used the Stone Textile Square Layers pillows on each side.

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I have always loved the Brunschwig & Fils dot fabric used on my client’s dining chairs.

Before: 

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There was already a lot of wood in her space so we decided to paint it for a more updated look.

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Getting Crafty / A Modern Holiday Wreath

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This week I was invited to a wreath making party (yes, that is a thing here in Texas…)  I was slightly skeptical as I have never actually made a wreath before.  After a few glasses of mulled wine, which our fabulous host made from scratch, I got really into it (as I do with most craft projects).  I stayed true to the Stone Textile aesthetic and created a B+W fabric wreath for our office.  It turned out to be a really fun little craft night!  The process is VERY easy….see steps below:

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Steps: 1.  I used 1/2 a yard of left over fabric from an upholstery project.  2.  Cut a slit with fabric scissors and tear the fabric into strips (1 inch or 1/2 works, I did some of both) 3.  Tie the strips on to a Styrofoam circle (can be found at a craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels)  4. To be festive,  I wrapped metallic cording around the finished wreath (detail shot below).

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Since this wreath is a little untraditional, I chose to hang it inside and not on the front door…Happy Holidays!

 

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Style My: Outdoor Space with Maureen Stevens

Hello everybody! I am so honored to write for Elizabeth while she is away on her
trip to Asia. Have a fabulous time Elizabeth! My name is
Maureen & I run a blog with my namesake at MaureenStevens.com, I’m an
interior & props stylist and also run this online shop for urban cottage style,
The Inglenook Decor.

Me and Elizabeth are fellow Austinites and now that it’s Springtime, everybody is
enjoying the outdoors. I would always opt to work, dine & play outdoors whenever
I can so I thought of styling this mini-outdoor sanctuary that will be perfect for a
porch, a sun room or even a courtyard.

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Nautica Hanging Chair

 

2. Caned Stool

 

3. The Diamond Cut Acrylic Coaster

4. The Tribe Print | Aztec Blue

5. The Bamboo Stripe Throw

Ok, I must admit, I thought of this vignette because I
visualized Elizabeth & her husband relaxing in hanging chairs & hammocks for
days & nights drinking Mai Tais. Stone Textile’s acrylic coaster will be perfect
for their drinks. And won’t it just be amazing to cuddle with the Tribe Print pillow
& get cozy with this Bamboo Stripe Throw. Ahhh, the life! Enjoy Elizabeth!

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Style My: Living Room / Meg Glasgow Designs

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Megan Glasgow, of MEG Glasgow Designs, Austin based Interior Designer.
Moved by beautiful things and a desire to create, MEG Glasgow Designs
evolved with a desire to help individuals, with their personalities &
lifestyle, cultivate *their *space into a home. As my blog is currently
under repair, you are welcome to follow me on instagram, megglasgowdesigns.

The question is often asked of me, how to update a tired neutral living room
More times than not, it is simply by replacing or adding small accessory
items that are either colorful or patterned. Stone Textiles is a great
‘go-to’ for accomplishing just that.
What I immediately loved & appreciated about Stone Textiles is that their
patterns are classy and interesting. They create movement and curiosity
while not being overwhelming. They, in and of themselves, are patterned and
colorful, but still remain neutral enough to pair nicely with any color.
Mix and mingle two of Stone Textiles’ square pillow patterns on your
existing sofa. Throw a lumbar in the middle or on an already existing chair.
Replace your existing coffee table with a playful one. Add a pop of color
with a pouf (this one from Nannie Inez has stollen my heart), throw a
colorful painting on the wall and voilà. Done!

1. Sofa, 2. Woven V Pillow, 3. Signature Print Pillow, 4. Metallic Middle Pillow,  5. Coffee Table, 6. Pouf, 7. Art

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Style My: Reading Nook / Alex from Design + Obsessed

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Hi Stone Textile readers! I am Alex Dobbs and I absolutely love anything and everything interior design. I had the privilege of pursuing my dream by interning at Stone Textile and I am now a design associate at Butter Lutz Interiors! I also have a design blog called Design + Obsessed, which is my place to share things that inspire me, from fashion to interiors to the world around me..

I chose to style the Stone Textile Multi-Diamond Print Pillow for a little reading nook. It is incredibly chic yet classic at the same time.  

 

 

 

 

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Style My: Living Room / Naomi from Design Manifest

Hi all!  I’m Naomi from Design Manifest and I’m filling in while
Elizabeth is kicking back and taking her much needed vacation.  Like
most typical designers, my own home is always a work in progress.
I’ve done a bunch of work on my bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, but my
living room is still pretty much a blank canvas.  I’d sure love to
fill it in with some of Stone Textile’s amazing pillows!  While I’ve
earned a wee bit of a reputation of being a color girl, I actually plan to
keep my living room more neutral.  I love how its so easy to mix chic
black and white patterns with Stone Textile.  I’m particularly fond of
the Signature Print and the Tuxedo Pillow.

Can you imagine how delicious they would look in my living room?
Need a little help imagining them on my sofa?  Here ya go!
If only all decorating was so easy ;)
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Style My: Living Room / Alexandra Kaehler Design

Hi all, I’m Alex from Alexandra
Kaehler Design
and Things
That Sparkle
. I am a little bit of a pillow fanatic (and hoarder if I’m
being honest). One of my all time favorite Stone Textile items is The Woven V
Pillow
. It is so versatile and goes into almost any room… but if I
had to create my dream room around this little pillow, it would look
something like this
tie
dye pillows
(I love the color and femininity that this brings to the
space) ::: sofa (the
lines on this are just too good) ::: coffee table
(this has an almost gem like shape and the wood brings in an organic
element) ::: side
table
(maybe my favorite ever created) ::: mirror
(the mint green color is just too perfect) ::: rug
(love that the shape mimics the pillows!)
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Mother’s Day Week / Erika from Small Shop

Mom's-Day-Erika-2This week is all about the moms!  Mother’s day is fast approaching and we thought it would be fun to collaborate with a few of our favorite design bloggers who also happen to be very cool moms.  They each have styled a table using Stone Textile table top accessories with Mother’s Day brunch in mind.  Our first mom is Erika from Small Shop Studio.  She paired our Signature Print Placemats with her grandmother’s china to create one very chic table.  We have a sneak peek below but make sure to view the whole look today on Erika’s Blog.  We are also running a little Mother’s Day sale on all Signature Print Styles!  PillowsTabletop, Stationery, + Fabric!  From now until 5/7 take 10% all Signature Print Styles!
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All images / Small Shop Studio

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Style My…Sofa No.4

I was so inspired by yesterday’s house tour.  When I first saw images of this Brooklyn home, the color palate immediately stuck out and reminded me of the Stone Textile Tribe Collection.  The soothing blue and gray tones in the living room remind me of the Tribe Print Pillows in aztec blue and gray, the wood grain of the bedside tables and our Metallic Woven Middle pillow are basically twins, and finally the beautiful blue velvet bench reminds me of The Navy Four Square with leather trim.  The Stone Textile pillows styled above are sitting on a gray velvet diamond tufted sofa that can be found here.  How great is the black piping detail?

Pillows:  The Tribe Print, The Leather Arrow, The Woven Middle, The Navy Four Square

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