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LoveSac Trends (verb)

Have you been into a LoveSac location lately?

Maybe you noticed a bit of this. . .

. . . and possibly some of this?

Yesfaux deer heads and paper maché birds have invaded LoveSac stores.

The reasoning for our “madness?”

Well, let’s head to the root of all things fabulous . . . (Paris, obviously)

Check out this “salle de bains” by Delpha, a rendezvous spot for creators of fashion and decoration, and based in Paris. See the faux-forrest inspired wall hanging?  It really doesn’t just stop there either. Though we’re always later to catch on in the USA, firms caught up just in time to make it work for them.  

(Sans poignée ou “influences d’aujourd’hui”)

Delpha can inspire the masses (and with the budget required to make it happen, some celebs as well). In addition to this, nature is in, and people have caught on. The lamp and end table below showcase looks that prove the inspiration. Perch, a melding of antique, vintage and contemporary looks, proves that not only white is in. Based in New Orleans, Louisiana, they have caught the bird fever, with direct parallels in bright pink eclectics (below) and also with white accents that work anywhere.

              

Spot the paper maché bird below? So maybe hot pink isn’t for everyone, but I guarantee you that this look is adaptable.

Adaptable how? The set-up below features a forrest-inspired paper maché
lamp with a bird finial. It is the perfect addition to the 4b/5s tan hs set-up from LoveSac. That end table also seems to bare resemblance in genre to the one above from Perch.

How about this room featured on Decor Pad by Caldwell Flake? Based in Birmingham, Alabama, this interior design firm has this philosophy, “… to compose visual anecdotes that are all at once classic, curious and calming…”

Success? Thoughts?

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This 8b/9s set-up in Chocolate from LoveSac emobodies a bit of maché with the durability that can work for any mom. Children and messes don’t stand a chance… heaven-sent perhaps?

Inspirational tweets don’t always have to be physical. These wall stickers (Love Birds) from Wallnutz give you the opportunity to create a design with something the kids won’t knock over.

Can’t take the birds in the dining room? How about the boudoir? Featured in Elle Decor, this design by Vicente Wolf (based in NYC) gives you the option to make a statement. . .  exotic, yet understated?

Can’t get into the wall? Take the inspiration of birds and make it your own. Check it out below: LoveSac has taken the maché bird and linked it with a throw pillow. We all know that throw pillows are a requirement and with this accent, the room is complete.

Three different looks that use the same accent- – – faux deer.

(left: Bear Hill Interiors. right: Ashley Goforth. Bottom: colorTheory.)

          

You can pick up Francis (our faux deerhead) and also our paper maché birds at any LoveSac location. It’s your opportunity to make it happen.

Thoughts on this concept? Let us know.

You can also drop us a line: 402.393.2216

Next week?

Tweed/Vintage/Pastels/Chanel

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This blog was very informative on the varied uses for the newest LoveSac accessories.

Comment by Clark

J’ai trouve c’est blog ne tres pas informative. Je connaissance vous savez vous poudrais mieux.

Jusqu’a a la prochaine fois

-Monsieur Bonaparte

Comment by Oliver

[…] LoveSac Trends (verb) April 23, 2011, 11:31 am Filed under: Furniture, LoveSac, Vintage | Tags: ashley goforth, bear hill interiors, birds, boudoir, caldwell flake, caldwell flake interiors, color theory, colortheory, decor pad, delpha, elle decor, faux deer head, finial, paper mache, papermache birds, paris, perch, Sactionals, sectionals omaha, vicente wolf, wallnutz […]

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big like! – thanks .

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