Thursday, September 23, 2010

A Little Visit to Bouf Brings Surprising Finds!

It’s been awhile since I’ve visited Bouf… but I am on their email list, so I am regularly receiving updates from them.  The problem is, I usually don’t have time to look!  Today I stopped by to see what was new and I was pleasantly surprised.  I think you may be too!

If you are looking for accessories or other items for a home interior project, this might just be the place to find something original.  And original is what I am always striving for in my designs.  Hard to find in today’s copycat world.


This first find, a Petits Oiseauxs Mirror, is so charming that I instantly fell in love with it.   Two little brass birds are perched on its antiqued brass frame, that has distressed, antiqued mirror glass encased. 

A Gold Retro Love Sign that is something that you can see everywhere probably, but I love how this one is distressed a bit in it’s finish.

These Boho Blanc Plaster Mirrors are just the ticket when you want to create a bit of romance in a space.  The different sizes and shapes are gorgeous.


And speaking of mirrors… I thought these Aviator by Cocktail Designers - Narcisse Mirrors were ingenious!  If you have a fun spot to place them, they are definitely the unexpected.  I think these would be very cool in a teenagers room.


These Dandelion Blowing Wall Stickers are so creative and whimsical.  Great for a young couple in their entrance way or family room.


This Burlesque Chair is for those times that you just want a little something fancy in the corner of your boudoir… or perhaps are thinking about something a little naughtier? :)


This Auro light fixture is so translucent it is almost ghostly.  And, I love it! 


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These Utzon Tivoli Pendant Lights are the perfect blend of industrial, loft and chic.  Perfect for so many spaces.


And finally, if you appreciate a nod back to the good ol’ days and want a little retro in your space, try this Dreyfuss 500 Chrome Telephone.  Functions just like a regular phone… but you get a little style to go along with it!



You know nothing about Hope, that immortal, delicious maiden forever courted forever propitious, whom fools have called deceitful, as if it were Hope that carried the cup of disappointment, whereas it is her deadly enemy, Certainty, whom she only escapes by transformation.

GEORGE ELIOT, Daniel Deronda


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