Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Photowall of Sweden - 25% discount!


Until last week, there wasn't one bit of wall covering in my home.  That all changed when PHOTOWALL of Sweden gifted me with a wallpaper or wall mural of my choosing.  I decided the master bedroom was the place to bring in some pattern and creating interest on the wall behind the bed was the way to go. I've always loved cloud wallpaper and what drew me to Photowall's version, Cradled in Clouds, was that in came in a beautiful beige/taupe tone labeled Pastel.  


I love how the cloud pattern plays off the drapes.



Time for new bedding!!  But you know the drill, change one thing and you need to change other things :)

The process for ordering is simple - you enter in the dimensions you need and then move the field over the section you want.


Next is choosing either Standard or Premium wallpaper.


I went with the Premium which has a nice matte finish. It's made of a non-woven material and has a further layer added to it to which makes the material scratch-resistant,  non-reflective and wipable. 

Photowall delivers worldwide and uses DHL for US delivery.  Love DHL, by the way, because they contact you via email/text and let you change your delivery date and also pick the option for no signature required.  

The wallpaper paste (powder form) comes with the mural and there is a kit you can order if you don't already have the tools you'll need.  The panels are numbered and they have a great video you can watch. The key is to get that first panel level and straight. 



The quality of the mural is excellent and I couldn't be happier with it!  If you were like me and wanted a mural or wallpaper but weren't ready to take the plunge, PHOTOWALL is giving My Notting Hill readers a 25% discount for the next 30 days only.  Just enter the coupon code mynottinghill2020. 

If you're not interested in wallpaper, almost all of their images can be also made as a Canvas Print, Framed Print or Poster.  Here's some of the ones I favorited when I was trying to decide on an option.









My Notting Hill readers receive a 25% discount for the next 30 days.  Just enter the coupon code mynottinghill2020. 




Friday, September 20, 2019

More Decorating from Tom Scheerer


Tom Scheerer: More Decorating is out and if you loved his first book, you'll love this one even more 馃槏!  Ever since I received my copy compliments of Vendome Press, I've been pouring through it every few days.  Divided in to three sections, Town, Summer and The Tropics, it features 16 of his latest projects. The book is beautifully designed and full of so many double page layouts that allow you to feel like you're peering right in to the room. Along with the perfection of the photography by Francesco Lagnese, the art-layout/direction is just sooo good.


Monday, April 1, 2019

Event - Rebloom on the Roof


If you're in the DC area, there's an amazing charity event taking place May 16th - a cocktail fundraiser for Room to Rebloom! They do amazing work creating healing environments for survivors of domestic violence. Each year, "Rebloom on the Roof" aims to successfully raise enough money to outfit an entire apartment for a survivor.  Check out their amazing projects here.  This year's event will take place at La Vie Restaurant's rooftop penthouse overlooking DC's new Wharf District waterfront and will feature light fare, signature cocktails, a silent auction, designer sample sale, Kendra Scott pop-up shop, dessert station and more.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

At Home: Isabel L贸pez-Quesada at Home


I first blogged about Isabel L贸pez-Quesada back in 2012 so I was very excited when Vendome Press offered me a chance to review her first book,  At Home: Isabel L贸pez-Quesada at Home.  The book details her Madrid and French homes  and is complete with vivid photography by Miguel Flores-Vianna.  

Her signature design aesthetic is inspiring and, along with gorgeous interiors, the reader is treated to lush courtyards and gardens. I'm a fan of her strong emphasis on the texture and patina of the architecture and her spare but strong use of textiles and accessories to accent the spaces.





Here are a few iPhone snaps from the book. 

 









There's also a two page illustration spread of her Madrid home  - below is a snippet. 


Now I've got my fingers crossed that Isabel will release a second book featuring her
work with clients!  




Book courtesy of Vendome Press, review my own.

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