Monday, August 9, 2010


The City Sage did a post yesterday, and the pallet from the Canadian House and Home September 2010 edition was so calming.  My world is one of vibrant color 24/7; so the almost grey and white with a splash of minimal color really resonated with me. The last picture in the piece is this fantastic personal primping space below and offers those lovers of the beautiful Otami Indian Mexican embroidery one more decorating option.

Image courtesy of Canadian House and Home magazine.

Style Court recently included an Otami Indian Mexican coverlet from The Loaded Trunk in a story board called Michael joins Keith.  Lucky me to be included with such design royalty!

Mexican textile via The Loaded Trunk. Shown on the left, Mexican flag and church; on the right, Michael Smith's assistant Maya sits on a sofa in Casamidy -- both scenes from Man Shops Globe, episode seven, season two, from Sundance Channel.]
These beautiful pieces are so versatile, as headboards, hangings, table clothes or bed spreads. I love the smaller ones also for the end of the bed or across a chest!
Photo from the loaded trunk

Stop by and take advantage of our 25% Off the large coverlets through Friday the 13th.


  1. Roni, really beautiful images. So good to meet you the other day! Look forward to getting together again soon.

    Art by Karena

  2. wow what decor! I love the lighting in the first picture.. stunning..!! The pops of color are great... a room that doesn't need to be hugely adjusted as the seasons change!

    Happy Monday

  3. Taylor,
    That first room is a dressing room! NICE.

  4. Congrats on the StyleCourt feature, Roni! Awesome! xx

  5. Thanks Anne,
    "your" support is immeasurable!