When my mother came to visit last month, she saw this HermÃ¨s scarf in my closet and she suggested that I get it framed:
Some girlfriends gave it to me as a birthday gift just before we moved from Paris. They knew I had had my eye on this design – it’s a sketch of an aerial view of Paris – and it also made the perfect memento of Paris. (Thanks again, girls!)
Anyway, I thought it was a great idea and looked around the web and found these:
I think it would look great in a dressing room (like the one we talked about last week).
So I think I’m going to do it!
What do you think? Have you ever framed a scarf?
Elsewhere, I am guest posting a bit later this morning at a Brooklyn Limestone so please stop by if you get a chance.
(Photos: 1.Sketch42 2&3.HermÃ¨s 4.via CasaSugar 5.Domino 6.via Turquoise Chic)
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I’m not normally into prints but the Manhattan Poster by Jim Datz from Three Potato Four is hard for me to resist. I think I’m really drawn to it because being a vagabond, New York is the closest thing to a “home” that I have. It’s the city I lived in the longest, the one I know best and where I feel the most comfortable.
I’m a Manhattanite but for all you Brooklynites (yeah, you’re cooler), there’s one for you too:
Speaking of New York, I’m on my way there now for my usual fix of friends, food, fashion and frolicking. So I’ll be blogging from there tomorrow and Monday. Whoo hoo!
Also, my blogging pal Charlie of Charlie’s Design Diary is having a fabulous giveaway – $150 to spend at the super, fantastic All Modern – through Monday so be sure to go over and enter. (It’s open to US and Canadian residents only.)
(Photo: Three Potato Four)
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