Monthly Archives: November 2014
|November 24, 2014||Posted by naturally modern under All Posts, Color Palettes, Decor, Interior Design, Naturally Modern|
Looking for a fresh modern style for your Thanksgiving hosting? Look no further than the gorgeous recommendations we just found at CraftandCouture.com. We are in LOVE with their ideas and pictures for a modern organic Thanksgiving table. So right on with what we love. You can have a modern Thanksgiving, but still keep it natural and organic. Check out the link below for more chic ideas from Craft and Couture.
|November 20, 2014||Posted by naturally modern under All Posts, Fashion, Gifts, Jewelry, Naturally Modern|
Ahh to be in love with love…. that is the Cartier Love white gold bangle bracelet! Few other jewelry houses design pieces that are as luxurious, yet simple and modern. A perfect gift. This piece is so timeless and can be worn just about anywhere. Thank you Cartier!
|November 15, 2014||Posted by naturally modern under All Posts, Decor, Gifts, Living, Naturally Modern|
In love with these soft, cozy, luxurious, cashmere blankets from James Perse Home. Cashmere is naturally luxurious material and we love the modern stripes pattern. Perfect for the holiday season!
|November 7, 2014||Posted by naturally modern under All Posts, Architecture, Houses We Love, Naturally Modern|
What a beauty. This is one of those special once-in-a-lifetime properties that captures all the sentiments we want and inspires us to even more greatness at the same time. Wow, talk about waking up and facing the day…. I’d open my eyes and have my coffee at this beautiful home any day of the week. And if we’re going there, I’ll take that glass of wine at night while the lights of the city twinkle in the horizon. Amazing!
Started in 1957 and completed in 1976, the one-story house features floor-to-ceiling windows, a den/office, a library/study, three bedrooms and four bathrooms. There’s a guesthouse with a darkroom, a carport, a swimming pool and a tennis court on the 1.26-acre property.Views take in the mountains, cityscape and ocean.Lautner, who died in 1994 at 83, was known for his Modernist designs and space-age vision. Among his most well-known homes is L.A.’s octagonal Chemosphere house.