One of my very favored elements about blogging is assembly new and creative human beings, lots of them additionally bloggers, who percentage a passion for creating inspiring interiors in their very own houses. Very lately, I had the pleasure of being brought to James and his blog, "thecavenderdiary" which chronicles the work he and his associate Jamie have carried out on their Dallas, Texas ranch located on Cavender Street.
The Den – The Cavender Diary Blog
James and Jamie have a Masculine-Eclectic aesthetic, creating a modern lodge feel with touches of animal hide, navaho, leather, and hudson bay blankets mixed with a modern line sectional with chrome legs, danish modern benches, glass tables, and vintage school house lockers. Very Ralph Lauren, Dan Marty-esque, don’t you think? It’s a warm and comfortable home, with every room, every corner, every vignette more inspiring than the first.
James and Jamie use this small bench top antique toolbox for mag cuttings for suggestion, recipes, and so on., any such appropriate concept!
James works as creative director for a retail store, so the vignettes throughout his home are expertly crafted. Each of them include the staples: books, vintage, height, and bling. I know my readers, and I know how you all love homes with unique flare, and blogs chock full of great tips and ideas to implement in your own home. So, I’m so happy to introduce you to James and Jamie, because you’ll find plenty of both here.
Though the den in their home definitely conjures up me, when I saw the post of their master bedroom, I knew exactly my visitor room become lacking!
Look at how cozy that bed looks! James already knows I’m gonna be copying elements of this room – but I’ll leave the details until I reveal the guest room in the coming weeks.
James and Jamie promise to have even greater images of the rooms in their home up on the blog within the following few weeks, and I hope you will hop over and comply with him (as I even have) to make sure you do not miss out on greater idea!
Tell them I sent ya!