Tag Archives | Abstract Art

Find Find :: Curated Look with One Kings Lane



disclosure: This post contains an affiliate links, which means Simplified Bee receives commission if you make a purchase using this link.

One Kings Lane // Eclectic Decor Finds

It’s not always easy to create an eclectic look. Because it’s a style that can’t be pulled from one period style, catalog or manufacture, it can take time. However there is one site that I leverage frequently for clients and personally that allows me to purchase a mix of styles – it’s One Kings Lane. All of the items used in the mood board above were pulled from current sales going on right now at One Kings Lane. That’s right. Now what are you waiting for? Go shopping!

happy curating,


 *Although One Kings Lane is an affiliate of Simplified Bee, my opinions are my own.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story By on April 11, 2014 in beds, chinoiserie, curated look, discounts, Features, friday find, Friday Finds, furniture, lighting

Fresh, Chic Modern Decor

contemporary buffet - dining room

I was drawn to this chic dining room vignette with custom buffet with patterned nailhead, porcupine quill mirror and layered accessories while surfing for inspiration on Houzz the other day. San Francisco Bay Area designer, Laura Martin Bovard created the sleek modern look and added a fresh twist. It’s not minimalist like so many modern designs, yet has a wonderful layered, youthful and inviting feel. I think that’s why I like it so much. Here’s a peek into the other spaces Laura designed in this home:

modern art, coral and pale yellow lamp - decor vignetteporcupine quill mirrorchic modern living roomcontemporary gray bedroom design

Happy Decorating!



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story By on August 1, 2013 in Bedroom, bedrooms, contemporary decor, dining rooms, home accessories, houzz, interior design, Interiors, Living Room, living rooms, mirrors, original artwork

Kelley Moore’s San Francisco Flat

I’ve mentioned before that through blogging I have met the most amazing people. One such person is Kelley Moore. Kelly’s a designer, party planner and lifestyle guru. Her amazing career has had her on the go. You may have seen her on Rachel Ray, The Nate Berkus Show or even her own show, Moore to Life in Seattle!  Recently she moved to San Francisco to be the Home and Lifestyle Anchor at Joyus. Do you remember when I participated in Joyus’ designer challenge? Through the experience Kelley and I became friends. I’m telling you, she is an amazing person. Love her!

I was thrilled to see Kelley’s new San Francisco flat that she designed so beautifully featured in Rue Magazine’s October issue. It’s a home that inviting and has a wonderfully curated feel. Kelley also brilliantly blends pattern, textures and bold color (even red). Here’s a peek at the stunning interior:

red chairs by fireplaceturquoise chairbedroom with red accentsneutral living room black sofaSan Francisco flat entrydining room with kelly wearstler chairsorganized china and dishware closetWhile at her housewarming party, Kelley showed me this hallway closet she is using to store her china, glassware and other tabletop decor. Loved every inch!
dinner party tips by kelley moore

Kelley shared some of her dinner party and entertaining tip & tricks with Rue too. She encourages us to mix it up – which I love!



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story By on December 19, 2012 in Bedroom, Closets, dining rooms, Entertaining, event planning, foyers, interior design, Interiors, joyus, Living Room, Organization, Parties, Tips/Tricks, Uncategorized

Artist Spotlight: Kristy Gammill

Kristy Gammill’s abstract artwork is saturated in vibrant color, rich in texture and just makes you smile. The Oklahoma-based mom is for the most part a self-taught artist. Gammill’s style seems to range from abstraction to impressionism. Her art always rich in texture and saturated in color has captured the eye of many design bloggers and has been pinned like crazy.

Kristy Ganmill Art Absrtacts

I find inspiration in everything from ancient textile patterns to flea market finds, and I’m drawn to a saturated, all-in color palette — the more the better! – Christy Gammill

Abstract Oil Painting by Kristy GammillElephants by Artist Kristy GammillFloral Oil Painting by Kristy Gammill

For more information on Kristy’s artwork, visit Kristy Gammill.
Happy day,

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read full story By on October 10, 2012 in color, flowers, original artwork