Figured with Thanksgiving & Christmas around the corner, you can use quick decor tips to take your holiday table to the next level!
As seen on OneKingsLane
Shopping for a new house is no easy task! The housing market in Houston is on steroids. Every house which manages to seize my interest lingers in the market for no more than 12 hours and unfortunately, this rapid pace of the housing market in Houston ain’t slowing down anytime soon. Who are these people snatching up homes in less than 12 hours? How can you make one of the biggest decisions in your life in less than 12 hours? I can’t even decide what dress to wear in 12 hours!!!
Anyhow, I remain persistent and hopeful of my dream home. To me, more exciting than the process of house hunting is the process of imagining what my new home would look like. I absolutely dig old country-style homes – they possess so much character. I imagine my new home to be move-in ready to an extent I can add my own flavor to it, which brings me to my inspiration board.
My inspiration board is the hoarding ground of all things responsible for giving me goose bumps lately in the design and decor universe. For instance, I’m in love with:
- everything blue and white
- decorative plates
- dark walls
- antique furniture
- all things vintage
- Mediterranean-themed tiles
- wall decor
- eye-popping fabric
Starting now, I want to take you on a journey through my inspiration board. Today, we will be inspired by everything blue and white, courtesy of OneKingsLane Instagram page. There’s something refreshing, calm and peaceful about blue and white. It perks up my mood and motivates me to think positively. And how weird – these were also my elementary, middle and high school colors! I can’t wait to emulate some of these looks into my new home! Now you know where I’ve been hiding for the past week. Hello, my name is Henna and I’m an Instagram addict!
Don’t forget to hop on over to OneKingsLane Instagram page for more inspiration. It’s awesome – you will drown, I promise!
432 Park Avenue – the newest New York residential skyline towering at 1,396 feet can offer you a 30,000 square feet apartment next year starting at $16 million. Designed by Rafael Viñoly, the tower took 3 years to construct and now stands in the center of Manhattan offering its future residents a full view of New York City. So if you have a solid bank account, this maybe your next haven!
I allowed my imagination to drift away for a thousand milliseconds wondering what would it take for me to ever afford a place like this. I need to have at least $1.5 million each month for rent which means given what I earn as of Monday, October 20th 2014, I need to work at least 17 more years and not eat, drink, bathe, breath or … practically … not have a life for the rest of my remaining happening years!
Ah! The perks of being rich and famous!!!
432 Park Avenue residential tower
Could you imagine a home like this?