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MAJOR SALE GOING ON OVER AT THE ENCHANTED HOME!!!! 

20-25% OFF PILLOWS FROM THE EH HOME COLLECTION  BY STUDIO TULLIA:

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE CURRENT PROMOTION!

HERE’S A QUICK RUN DOWN OF THE OFFERINGS:

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LEOPARD PILLOWS….IN VARIOUS SIZES …. which we know go with everything….

$50 EACH for 20″

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$45 EACH for 11×21

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$30 for 14 x 18

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$30 for 12×18

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LOVELY SOFT FLORALS mixed with SOOTHING NEUTRALS…

$35 EACH! 20″

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This would be pretty thrown in with the above:

$55 each     (not part of EH PROMO –  please email me at studiotullia@gmail.com if interested)

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or this….$35 EACH for MANUEL CANOVAS SILK!  11X21

 

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This works anywhere I’d say:

$50 EACH 22″

 

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How fun is this Ming Pagoda in white against a neutral rayon:

$50 EACH 20″

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Here is an incredible ROSE QUARTZ VELVET for $70 EACH – 20″

2016 COLOR OF THE YEAR!!!

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$45 EACH 20″

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$55 EACH 12×22

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$70 EACH 20″

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How gorgeous is this pastel botanical…

$45 EACH  20″

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EMBROIDERED LUMBAR WITH SILVER TASSELS  $50 EACH :

(not part of EH PROMO –  please email me at studiotullia@gmail.com if interested)

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Afraid this photograph does not do this pillow justice – so beautiful!

$45 EACH 20″

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And I would add this to the mix as well..refreshing white, super lush linen velvet.

$55 EACH for 20″x 20″

(not part of EH PROMO –  please email me at studiotullia@gmail.com if interested)

 

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SOME CHINOISERIE ITEMS…

$35 EACH

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CITRINE VELVET $70 EACH  for 20″:

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OR Pretty with this chartreuse linen, don’t you think?

$35 EACH

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Many of these pillows that follow are what ENCHANTED HOME is known for doing so well – mixing blue and white with a touch of green…These are a lot of  the collection I co-curated with Tina from THE ENCHANTED HOME:

$40-$45 each for 20″-22″  OUTDOOR PILLOW!

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$40 EACH for OUTDOOR PILLOW!

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$30  EACH – really soft, nice quality cotton with Hawaiian toile

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This has proven to be a super popular pillow – so fun!

$40 EACH – 20X20″

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This large scale pattern with the Ming Vases is so lovely

$48 EACH 22″

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Moving into the FALL these are really gorgeous and will wear like steel:

$105 each – $24″ Chenille Flamestitch

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I thought this ruffly ribbon was so pretty….

$48 EACH

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Another really popular item

$50 EACH 22″

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How fun is this DRAGON PILLOW with blue ticking on the back:

$110 EACH 22″

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and the lumbar, too:

$60 EACH 12X 22

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What do you think?  Look interesting?

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE CURRENT PROMOTION!

  • Very limited numbers so subject to availability
  • Shipping is extra, $10.00 for 1-4 pillows, $14.00 for 4+
  • Orders over $250 get free shipping
  • These are pillow covers only, it is recommended that you use inserts approx. 1- 2″ larger for a very full effect
  • International orders, contact us please
  • Final sale

 

And you know you can always find more pillows HERE

Cherish the last few weeks of SUMMER and have a great weekend!

 

BEST, 

SUZANNE

 

 

 

 

I wanted to share a few snapshots from an article recently published in Apartment Therapy featuring Kristen and her husband Ken Naffziger’s lovely home in North Portland.   Check it out.

8e7eba5c64d1a4692b7217ac9cbdae562ec5b5eaA former PR executive who went back to school and is now working as an interior designer.

She took this picture of her living room days after the photographer was there from Apartment Therapy and I think it is one of the best.  She scored that amazing coffee table at the Portland Flea market.

Kristen had asked me if I had anything that would work with the artwork by French Artist Paule Marrot, that she had found at Jonathon Adler.  The Walking Rock fabric from Pendleton Woolen Mills came to mind right away. What do you think?   I think it holds its own pretty well. We also paired it with some solid black cotton and creamy fur pillows.

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Here are a few other great pictures:

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Love the brass wallhanging from Pottery Barn and Ikea hanging pendant

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Leopard Pillows from STUDIO TULLIA  with lovely Asian prints in guestroom.

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Pillows from STUDIO TULLIA look great with the animal throw from Restoration Hardware. This picture was before Kristen found that amazing coffee table in the picture above.

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Kristin in the kitchen with her pup.

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Chiang Mai Dragon pillows and Blue and White Shibori pillow,  also from STUDIO TULLIA. Love the sectional and coffee table.

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Lovely artwork by Lane Van Doren, an artist from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

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This happens to be one of my favorite spots in their house especially with that large Design Legacy print featuring botanical artist E. A Seguy!  I just picked up an incredible book recently called BOTANICALS Butterflies and Insects published by Assouline.  The book was assembled by Leslie Overstreet, Curator of Natural-History Rare Books at the Smithsonian.  What a beautiful book. I highly recommend it:

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Available from Amazon

So, if you have a minute, check out the full article and enjoy more great pictures of their house and the rich collection of art, furnishings and mid century vintage finds.

 

Well, we managed to finish up just in time!  Here are the results.  We were lucky to have a bright sunny day for these last minute pictures, thanks to my amazing assistant, Amanda. Everything is smelling like roses and I am drinking a gin and tonic as I write this (it is after 5 pm West coast time, FYI).

FINAL REVEAL:

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Below is a painting of our backyard fig tree that Charlotte and her friend Alex painted together last year.  I floated it in one of IKEA’s shadow box frames.

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As you can see we have a little woodland theme going on with the deers and bunny rabbit. I know the rose floral shade on the sconce and bed linens from IKEA are a departure from the neon splatter, but it was such a lovely pattern we bent the matchy matchy rules.   Perhaps bold colors or solid colored linens would have worked better, but we wanted to make these work.  They’re cozy and a little English or something.  The framed deer art is hand cross stitched by a very patient Oregonian: a vintage find that was in perfect condition. The antique bed is an heirloom from my grandparents that my Mother stripped and refinished years ago.DSC09162.jpg

The large splatter pillow was a trial run before the curtains and the hand drawn critter pillow Charlotte drew awhile back as a prototype for a school auction project.  The cross pillow was from STUDIO TULLIA inventory and we liked it in the room.DSC09193.jpg

You can see a little bit of the furry stool we created by covering an IKEA stool.  It is the perfect little occasional stool for this tiny room and adds some much needed glamour.DSC09201.jpg

I want to show you a close up of the white bunny painting by Oregonian artist ELIZABETH SEE because she is so talented.IMG_3459.jpgWe have come quite a ways in just a couple weeks.  Here are a few before shots:

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Getting that pink the right color took some work.  Between BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT and METRO PAINT we got it done.IMG_2452.jpg

The IKEA curtains were perhaps the funnest part of this project and they really set the tone for the room.DSC09290.jpg

This IKEA PS 2014 ceiling pendant is very cool in its design. The pull factor really is fun at night and gives you a diverse range of visual effects.  Her twin brother Arthur is a little jealous when it comes to the light.  Thank God they have lego building experience as they put this thing together all by themselves.  Whereas that project might have put me right over the edge.

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This is her bookshelf which I have staged for this shoot.  The camellias ,roses and hydrangeas are from our garden. The amethyst cut crystal vase was her great grandmother’s and the other vase is a hand painted vintage vase as well.  The flower etched globe light is from IKEA.  And we all know that’s an AMERICAN DOLL in a wheelchair. The one thing in the catalog Arthur liked because it had wheels.

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HARRY POTTER books without their covers aren’t so bad looking next to the collection of NANCY DREW books.

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All of the pillows in this feature have been provided by my primary sponsor ~ STUDIO TULLIA!  Vintage ones (like the cool beaded rose pillow above) as well as other vintage oddities are available through TULLIA MARKETPLACE, which is not fully off the ground, but should be by this Summer.

Here are a few more pictures of the flowers up close because they are just so pretty.  The vase is by who else…IKEA.  The little painting is by Charlotte.

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A FEW MORE NOTES…

We decided last minute to switch out her side table form TARGET and it needed to be white.  The finish was antique gold and it just fell flat in the corner.   We almost painted the gold framed mirror, too, but decided it added some bling and was ok as is.

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This room was a quite a challenge because in all honesty this room is a dog.  The room is tiny, the ceiling is slanted, the windows and trim work are funky, and many more issues I don’t need to bore you with.

The good news is that this is the room she wants to be in and is a very happy girl. She could not fall asleep last night she was so excited. I hated to wake her up this morning. This room is her safe haven, compared to the larger guest room where she was temporarily staying during this project.

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I am excited to grab a cup of coffee tomorrow morning and indulge myself in the many final reveals as part of the ONE ROOM CHALLENGE, thanks to CALLING IT HOME.

This was a great challenge for me and 6 weeks was just about right. I am excited to do another room in the Fall.

Here is the link to twenty very talented designer bloggers’ final reveals HERE

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And if that’s not enough, there are over 1,000 Guest Participant Final Reveals to view HERE:

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Thanks so much for following along!

 

Best,

Suzanne

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, we are coming into WEEK 5 with one week left to go.  It has not been glamorous: its been about painting and electrical, but it is almost done!

My husband spent half a day last weekend putting in the electrical for the ceiling pendant in Charlotte’s room and while he was at it he upgraded our smoke alarms upstairs which felt good to check off the list.

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As you can see, we got the walls painted and just have the trim left to paint.  It took a little work to get the lilac and pink right. I think they are not too intense and balance each other out pretty well.

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We still need to add trim to this one wall.  Don’t ask me why it’s not there. That is how this house rolls and has for several decades.

Hope Hubbie can find the plates for the switches and outlets.  I got the curtains hemmed and just need the hardware installed. Oh honey…

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Yesterday we assessed where we are with ART, PILLOWS and BED LINENS.IMG_3289

 

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There is never a shortage of pillows around here.  The splattered one was made up using leftover fabric from Charlotte’s curtain project.IMG_3295

 

We might paint the frame on this mirror.  Haven’t decided yet.IMG_3301

 

We have this large vintage cross stitch piece that I found at a rummage sale that Charlotte loves.  IMG_3304

It sort of ties in with the bed which is an antique from my grandparents.IMG_3310

And, here is another lovely Mexican textile to add to the mix.

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To check in on the ORC Featured Designers, go HERE

 

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And, to see the ORC Guest Participants, go HERE

 

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So, there’s a lot to do still, but we are going to pull this thing together by next week.   Until then….have a great rest of the week.

– Suzanne

Things are getting real here, folks, with only a couple weeks left. Our goal is to have electrical, painting, curtain installation and most of the furnishings in place by next week. That will leave the last week for bed linens, art, styling and the photo shoot.

Check out the GUEST PARTICIPANTS HERE

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And check out the FEATURED DESIGNERS HERE

 

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There are some wonderful projects going on so take a peek.

SPLATTERED CURTAINS

If you recall, we have been discussing Charlotte’s curtains and I had some serious concerns about the outcome…

Well we decided to dive in one recent afternoon.  Starting with the three neon paints dyes (with glitter) I made her do a few practice runs, trying different brushes and splatter techniques.

We put a tarp down in the back yard and laid the two cotton curtain panels on it.

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We got out the neon dye colors:

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And, here she is giving it a whirl.

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Lots of mixing going on…

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After a few practice runs on scrap fabric, and before we even started on the curtains we had to run back to COLLAGE, our local crafts store to get more paint!  IMG_3187.jpg

By the time we got back with SEVERAL more fabric dye colors, it was starting to get dark!

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The paints and splattered textiles were even beginning to glow.  We had to hustle as I was not setting all this up again. I didn’t want her to over do it anyway.

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She was able to get it all done before it was too dark and we were really happy with the results:

IMG_3241.jpg I am also making a euro sham for her bed out of a couple of the scrap pieces.  All in all it took about two hours.

UPHOLSTERED STOOL

We needed to find some sort of small chair or stool for her room and I came across this one while shopping at FABRIC DEPOT.  I picked it up to look underneath and drum roll please… it was from IKEA!

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So back to IKEA I went and got this for $35.

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I had some leftover white fur from my pillow line on ETSY so I am using that to cover the stool.

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Here’s the fur we used although it is more white – Arctic Fox white. We are going to decide later if we want to paint the legs or leave them black.

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Here it is…what do you think?  This puppy could use a little trim/combing, but not too shabby:

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TEXTILES & PENDLETON:

 

I was shopping at Pendleton Woolen Mills and came across this interesting turquoise plaid that I thought might be a colorful blanket.  So I am keeping that in mind at $60/yard.

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Here is one of the PINK CROSS pillows available at STUDIO TULLIA on ETSY that we are planning to use on her bed.

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And I am just starting to think about art, although she already has quite a bit of her own to work with.  I just think these are lovely.

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And lastly, think it would be fun to paint her door this rose quartz when we get to the hallway outside her room.IMG_3239.jpg

 

Wishing everyone a great few last days of the week.

 

And, thanks for reading!

 

Best,

Suzanne

 

I put a little collage together of all of our IKEA purchases for Week 3.   See previous blog post for greater details about our shopping adventure HERE.

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Grab a cup of coffee and follow along with all the amazing projects going:

ORC Featured Designers

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as well as the: ORC GUEST PARTICIPANTS

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See you next week!

 

Suzanne

 

download (1).pngWe decided to get some shopping done for the essentials of the room: lighting, hardware and curtains.  I wasn’t sure how much input to let Charlotte have, but for the most part she picked some essentials I couldn’t find too much fault with.  I just had to keep reminding her that the room is small so we couldn’t go too loud or crazy.

So here’s what we accomplished in less than two hours at IKEA:

LIGHTING:

She picked this floral etched glass KNUBBIG globe, which is a pretty accent light for the bookshelf. It has a subtle cherry blossom motif which is in keeping with our theme.

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We finally decided on this chandelier by DAVID WAHL. I am curious to see how it looks installed. We chose the turquoise inside rather than the orange.

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I like that you can easily pull on the cords to control the amount of light into the room.

 

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Then we chose this RODD sconce that we paired with the EMMIE BLOM shade which has a nice floral pattern:

 

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They had it on display and we liked it. We are from the City of Roses afterall.

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Next we moved onto…

 

HARDWARE & CURTAINS:

This is the look we were after with the grommets.   We chose the MERETE cotton curtains which are a nice weight cotton.

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We also wanted sheers so we picked the LILL lace curtains:

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We went with the VASENTLIG ball finials and double curtain rods:

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Pretty basic choices, but I feel good that we got those items taken care of.  It gives my husband some time to install the pendant and sconces as well as the curtains rods.

We are still painting the walls and hoping to have that done soon.  And, Charlotte plans to splatter the curtains…oh boy.

 

I loved this chair but it is too big.

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We also considered this one at VINTAGE VINTAGE on Division St, but again too big.

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Would you look at all the carts at IKEA!  We were leaving as they were closing up.

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Well, thanks for reading and we will see you next week!

Best,

Suzanne