Hello everyone and Happy Friday!
I hope you all had a great week. Mine has been pretty chill just working and coming up with some more blog content. When I was thinking about creating my blog, I always thought it would be strictly fashion, nothing else. Fashion doesn’t fully represent me as a person and it’s not my only passion. Just to give a little insight into my life and my background, I’ve always been into interior design, it’s my first love and passion. I actually graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from UNC Greensboro in 2015 and worked as a visual merchandiser for Value City Furniture my first year after college. So coming from an interior design background, I thought I’d start posting more interior related posts. I want this blog to be representative of who I am and show more of my passions.
Now onto the post…. Another thing about me is that I love mid century modern design. For those who don’t know mid century modern is an era of design that is focused on the mid 20th century. It became a design movement that included furniture, architecture and even graphic design. My favorite designers that were truly iconic for mid century modern furniture and architecture are Charles and Ray Eames. Everything about MCM is absolutely amazing from the colors to the textures. I find it very versatile as well as MCM pieces can be seen in alot of design scenarios to add a retro touch to any space.
My favorite combo would have to be something I like to call Mid Century Boho. Simply means mixing MCM with pieces that are more boho inspired like I’ve done here. I have the modern pieces: the sofa, accent chair and console table and countered it wih more boho pieces: the copper side tables, macrame/concrete planter and tassled rug.
I hope you all enjoy this post and I’m excited about the new direction my blog is taking, and I’m ready to see where it goes. Have a fantastic weekend!
*all links are below*
Side Tables: Target
Table Lamps: Target
Accent Chair: Kirklands
Console Table: Crowdy House
Coffee Table: Target
Macrame/Concrete Hanging Planter: Etsy