7.15.2009

Interior Infatuation: Uptown Girl

I know you may have already seen this one making the rounds lately, as I'm pretty sure a bunch of design-ish bloggers get the same emails from my home ideas, but I had to post these for prosperity. The gal who lives in this Upper East Side apartment is a cute interior designer named Lindsey Coral Harper. (Love the name Coral, btw). Check it out. I die.

The Alan Campbell Petite Zig Zag wallpaper makes me droooool! You can also see it in green in Aerin Lauders' son's room from Elle Decor. And that sign-I love a good cheeky element in decor.

I don't even know where to start with this one. Perfection.

Oh snap, a gray python table. Would you believe they had a very similar piece recently on One Kings Lane that sold out in about a nanosecond. I was beyond bummed. On the bottom you may notice the Cloisonne pot from Jayson Home and Garden. Been coveting one of those beauties for some time. Why do they have to be so darn expensive?

Anyone sick of Suzanis yet? I still like them, and think this one looks great here on the bed.

Blue Chippendale chairs + a fun bar cart + more gray python + inspiration board= me getting all hot and bothered.

One of many zebras displayed throughout the apartment. Do you have any collections in your home? Right now I have a wine cork one going, a bunch of white pottery and an Eiffel Tower collection that I stopped adding to several years ago, but still have displayed. I think it's time for me to switch it up a bit.

All images via myhomeideas.com

15 comments:

  1. very creative! I agree with you the second photo is absolute perfection

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  2. very, very nice... btw, I just signed up for that newsletter, I had never heard of it before!

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  3. wow...
    that is one of the cutest places i've seen in a long time. totally girlish in a good way. i too have a wine cork collection but i think i now want a zebra one. that little zebra is adorable.

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  4. Am grinning at the 'wine cork' collection... A worthy collection indeed ;)

    The zebra is adorable too!

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  5. What a fun home!

    I collect antique globes, but I've been keeping that in check until I have more display space. My mom collects elephants but they are all in a box in storage. I always wished she had space to display them, so I try to keep my collections managable and out of boxes!

    (And no, I'm not sick of suzanis. Still love them!)

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  6. love all those little vignettes! I don't collect anything... unless jewelry counts haha <3

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  7. I'm with you on that zigzag wallpaper... I'm suddenly loving all kinds of wallpaper (something I vowed years ago to never put up in my own home... funny how vows can change!)

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  8. Why am I sitting here trying to figure out what the blocked part of the street girls & sailors sign in the first pic says?

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  9. Wow, I love that wallpaper, and in green, stunning!

    I collect owls, love them, little statues, trinkets, pictures, oh so cute.

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  10. Fabulous photos...I collect religious art- some people find it quite strange and intimidating, but I love the old colors and patina of antique prints and statues. I have a few- some pretty large...

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  11. Amazing home. I love all of her accessories! It really makes her home and feels lived in while showing off her style.

    I must get more accessories!!!

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  12. Someday, I will have an amazingly beautiful home like these pictures. If you count pictures and pictures frames as a collection, I have one of those going.

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  13. these a fun space and the yellow painting against the blue lamp is very smart.

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  14. love these pics!!

    come back. we all miss you!!

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  15. I am in love with that yellow painting!

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