Monday, June 29, 2015

Plans for redecorating the Foyer

March and April were super busy months. So instead of going on vacation during spring break we decided to tackle our to do list. We did a lot of  planning and preparing, so our home improvement projects would go smoothly. In March of last year I was vacationing in beautiful Honolulu Hawaii. As I was preparing this post I was reminiscing about the spectacular Hawaiian scenery. The color of the water, sky and sand were absolutely AMAZING! And the orange glow of the sunsets were breathtaking. I loved Hawaii and I knew that I could get used to being an Island girl, but that wasn't happening. So when the time came for me to redecorate my foyer I decided if I can't go to the island; I would bring the island to me. So the first thing I did was shop my house for pieces that I could use in the design. I decided I would meld the styles that I liked together; which happen to be African, Asian, and Indian, with splashes of tropical décor. I think this will give my foyer/home an Island feel. Whose with me? Below are some of the pieces that made the cut.

Palm Tree Rug
This rug was hand painted by my beautiful daughter. Thanks Top!
 
Blue Tango
 
Sea Shell Print
Blue Tango and the sea shell print above were taken by yours truly at Bok Tower Gardens.
 
Ginger Jar
 
Asian Style Lamps
 
 
 
African Bust
 
African Girl's
 
Elephant tapestry
 
 The monkey STAYS!
 
I look forward to sharing my foyer reveal with you in the coming weeks. So come back often to see how these pieces will be incorporated in my home (island oasis).
 
Thanks for stopping by! 

6 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see the finished process......

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    1. Thanks come back often so you don't miss it!

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  2. Lory, you have beautiful pieces. I am curious to see the finishing product.

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    1. Thanks Mandy, Hope you're have a great week!

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  3. This sounds like an exciting decorating project and I love the pieces you'll be using throughout the space. I can't wait to see how you make it all work.

    Have a happy 4th of July... :)

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    1. Thanks Dee stay tuned because there's more to come. Have a Safe and Happy 4th.

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