Oh boy, have I ever? I am forever searching. My first prowl is always to Corine's Hidden In France. She always finds the most amazing, colorful treats! And she makes me laugh out loud!
I am all for color - the brighter, the better. And right now hot pink has become a little bit of an addiction. I have always loved color. It started at an early age - painting my Barbie's plastic shoes with nail polish when I was young, as Mattel just didn't get them bright enough for my taste.
This is Nisi Berryman's 1,100 sq foot, 1950's bungalow. Its situated in Miami Beach's Palm View Historical District. She is the founder of NIBA Home showroom, which I could get lost in.
Her home is filled with refinished flea market finds. She moved walls and added floor boards and valances, to reorganize the floor plan of the house.
The colors in the bungalow range from a very deep chartreuse in the living to this violet in the dining room. Note: the very retro feathered chandelier.
Lisi designed the magenta Lucite coffee table. The drapes are made from outdoor fabric.
The moorish-inspired custom headboard is fantastic. The floor lamp is a custom design from NIBA home, the vintage bedside lamp is another flea market find.
I could be very happy living in this little slice of heaven. She even has a hot pink front door. My kind of girl!
And on that note: Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Source: obviously - Metropolitan Home