Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Greek Key Bolster

As you can see, my Photobucket account has been down for over a day, so I did not post yesterday I was so annoyed. Hope this gets resolved soon.

I am having great fun working on a few interior design projects for my own home. First, I just received the beautiful leopard velvet epingle fabric I got on Mary McDonald's Tastemaker Tag Sale on One Kings Lane. I will have my dining room chairs upholstered in it, then I will be ready for my dining room reveal. Second, I am having a roman shade made for my kitchen in Quadrille Paradise Background Raspberry on Tint. Lastly, I am glamming up my already pretty glamorous dressing room. New additions are two large blue and white ginger jars, two gorgeous Art Nouveau gilt chairs I won at a local auction that I am having upholstered in leopard velvet (the velvet looks very much like Scalamandre Leopardo without the price tag), and a stunning Greek key bolster pillow I just ordered from Furbish Studio. I love the combination of Greek key and Chinoiserie, as you can see from my blog design. (If you could see my blog design, that is.) Just above and below are great examples from Sara Tuttle and Mary McDonald showing how Greek key bolsters are the perfect addition to any room. I will post on these projects as I complete them.

Sara Tuttle

Mary McDonald

Furbish Studio


  1. This is GORGEOUS!! I love great looking! Love it in each of rooms above....a must have!

  2. Oh my! I think I am gonna have to have at least ONE!!!!! Love them! Can't wait for you to get EVERYTHING DONE! Could you PLEASE HURRY? I want to SEE!!! LOL!!!