Sunday, January 26, 2014

Home Couture + Haute Fabulous!



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lirtatious interiors with an eclectic euro vibe create the home couture collection. perfect for the urban dweller who believes chicness + fashion shouldn't stop at the closet door.
For the big city girl who lives for fashion, The Home Couture Collection: Black & White Edition, offers an eclectic mix of avant-garde interiors for the fashionably obsessed. Perfect for the city dweller with an eye for fashion who believes nothing's off limits when it comes to home decor. Whether she dwells in Paris, Milan or New York, her flirtatious interiors reflect an eye for fashion mixed with the sensibility of chic classic lines. { home couture girl photo above: sasha pivovarova by greg kadel }



Minimal beauty with a few edited glam accessories turns any downtown loft into a showplace for fashion. Mixing ultra modern pieces with euro glam vintage creates an eclectic wardrobe of fresh + flirty interiors. { photo above by james merrell }.



For the urban girl who lives on the edge ~ nothing beats a touch of cowboy couture. With sexy solid cast bronze legs, this console exhibits a bit of eccentric bohemian. Designed by Rob Zinn from one of my favorite [ design + build ] companies on the planet ~ blankblank.

a little black dress of a chair


the most fashionable chair in the room 


The Home Couture Accessory Collection ~ fabulous avant-garde chairs. Choose petite frames and change your fabrics with each season. For the urban girl who needs a few touches of whimsy, choose painted fabrics or faux-zebra prints. Rule: Go crazy and don't be afraid to make a fashion faux pas. { top stiletto chair by jimmy martin: bottom chair by oly studio}.



No matter how over the top, add a fabulous glam chandelier ~ the perfect accessory to a fashionable lifestyle. Hey, trendsetting has its price. Designed by Barlas Baylar Hudson Furniture Inc.



paris chic.

Sometimes ~ more is the new less. Nothing says home fashion like jewelry tassel hardware. From the hercule collection by the uber fashionable ~ Love Anna James. Love her!


 the walls have it. 

Express the true fashionista inside of you. Fashion is all about risk, so take a chance with graffiti walls for the home couture girl who's not afraid of a little gothic grunge. { black imperfection wallpaper by Jimmie Martin }.


Check out the most fabulous black apartment bachelorette pad ~ ever!



Don't let the screen grab scare you. This is the most fabulous apartment on the planet! Can you say "Gucci Chainsaw." Featuring the unforgettable Cindy Gallop in her famous BLACK APARTMENT in Chelsea. Make sure to check out the entire "Bold Color, Small Space" series for Dwell.com. Episode above produced, directed and edited by my good friend Gary Nadeau. ~ Enjoy

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75 comments:

  1. I JUST drafted a post on the chandeliers at Hudson!! I'm in love!! And those chairs...uh I'm drooling!

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  2. CC ~ big thanks. Glad you enjoyed. Cheers, ~s

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  3. Robin ~ Make sure to send me a link susan@urbantradingcompany.com. Hudson lighting is crazy cool!! I die for their dining tables too. Cheers, ~s

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  4. I am so crazy about that console, ugh!

    What a beautiful post, and a truly addicting blog.

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  5. Sarah ~ big thanks and come by to visit anytime. Cheers, ~sue

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  6. A spectacular mix of modern home with a touch of urban lifestyle...so unique and I get inspired for my next project.

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  7. Garden Forum ~ thanks for lovin' the urban lifestyle. Glad to know it can be a place for inspiration. Cheers, ~Sue

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  8. This is truly urban chic at it's finest.

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  9. fashion has such an inspiration on personal home interiors. i recently read a similar post on reviewing one's wardrobe for home decor inspiration. by reviewing ones color palate, textures and patterns interesting and original ideas can be born. -- and i have to say i also love that console, simple, sleek with a lot of character.

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  10. I love all of these and especially that zebra chair.

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  11. Thanks Debra ~ that has been one of my fav chairs for a long time now. Cheers, ~sue

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  12. Deliciously eclectic train of thought in this post ~ it makes reading it a treat for one's senses. Greetings from a fellow interior designer in Melbourne, Australia.

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  13. Stunning photos! great, thanks for sharing=) i love it!

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  14. I love your blog, so inspiring! Guenaelle

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  15. Tres chic the chair with the high heels on the back!

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  16. Glad to see that you started off the new year with another great post.

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  17. Still loving your work, Sue! This apartment is just too sexy. :)

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  18. What interesting examples of cowboy culture! Great post!

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  19. I love the first picture, especially her skirt it's look like it's made in plaster of paris.=)

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  20. LOVE this blog. You have such a great collection of inspiration!

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  21. hi,,
    Now a days mostly people wants to decorate their homes by choosing their furniture design color contrast its play big role in designing.

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  22. Nice blog...to be pleasure if you vi$it my blog..

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  23. What an inspiring pist! Makes me really want o make my blog better. You're photos and ideas are amazing!
    Stacy

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  24. "post" not "pist".....sorry....clumsy typing on the iPad and clearly far too lazy to proofread

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  25. These magiglides make a tough job much easier. Just place the legs or stands on them and they glide.

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  26. OH my gosh what amazing companies - love the chair with the heels!!

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  27. The Home Couture Collection: Black and White Edition sounds quite fascinating. Thanks for the great photos.

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  28. Ocean Dreams ~ big thanks for loving home decor fashion!! We can never have enough shoes or chairs. Cheers, ~sue

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  29. Looks good, black and white work well together.

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  30. mydeco ~ big thanks for checking it out. I'm a huge fun of your fabulous design + decor site http://us.mydeco.com/ Cheers, ~sue

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  31. What interesting examples of cowboy culture! Great post.............so Please log on our website for Jaipur Property

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  32. Your post includes great tips and you managed to keep it simple and understandable.

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  33. Love your blog, your latest follower.
    That blank blank console is beautiful

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  34. Hey Jimmy,
    Thanks for the kudos + I'm glad my blog didn't make your "ugly" list. Yes, this girl is a freak for blankblank. Cheers, ~sue

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  35. This is truly urban chic at it's finest

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  36. I really like the cowboy couture piece and the paris chic piece would be awesome as a re-invented desk.

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  37. Just wanted to let you and your readers know that the black board/ chalk board paint works really well in outdoor areas too. Best part is when you have visitors that feel the need to draw, or write all over your board you can erase it immediately after they leave and claim the elements wore/washed it off. That way they are not offended that you did not prize their artistic scribbles.

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  38. Alfie ~ Great tip! Thanks for stopping by the blog. Cheers, ~sue

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  39. Eximius,
    That's one of my favs too. Who doesn't want a little cowboy couture? Maybe it's those 7-years I spent in SA + Austin. Thanks for finding me here and see you in the Twitterverse! Cheers, ~sue

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  40. I love the avant-garde chairs! it looks really modern and fashionable!

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  41. I absolutely love the monochrome georgian style chairs. It would be great to see a formal sofa in the same style

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  42. Thanks for this home couture post. They little black dress chair is great.

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  43. oh my god..this is so inspiring ..thanks for teh idea...Im going to dress on my old rococo chairs ... so now I will have shoes on their backs/Marie Soderberg

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  44. I am so crazy about that console, ugh!
    What a beautiful post, and a truly addicting blog..
    Thanks for sharing with us.
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  46. A spectacular mix of modern home with a touch of urban lifestyle...so unique and I get inspired for my next project.
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  47. Thank you for your post. I like your black and white concept. The chandelier is just pretty! It's looks lovely.

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  49. ...as evidenced by the post, this is such a great blog for it's refined choice of images. Really love how abstract you keep everything, gorgeous!

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  50. I think the most "fashionable chair in the room" could also be referred to as the "cougar of chairs".

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  51. L ~ Oh so true!! I need to add that to one of my future home decor fashion lifestyles! Thanks for visiting my blog + great connecting with you on Twitter! Cheers, ~s

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  52. The design are very chic and fashionable. A very girly stuff.

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  53. Such lovely items. Love the ladder!

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  54. If in doubt, go for a chandelier. Not a bad motto...!

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  55. Just wanted to echo what most people have said on here...those chairs have caused quite a stir and rightly so! Excellent design and so simple!

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  56. Glad to see that you started off the new year with another great post.

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  57. that Paris Chic Tassle Table is beautiful. Looks incredible. Bold and Simplistic!

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  58. I love animal print chairs and that one looks like a fusion of the old and the modern. I love this animal chaise too. It's more on the modern side but also has a chic flair (thanks to the animal print design.)

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  59. Just wanted to echo what most people have said on here...those chairs have caused quite a stir and rightly so! Excellent design and so simple!

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  60. These are lovely, in every sense possible! Look at that fabulous chandelier, it is to die for! Great picks.

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