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The Estate of Things | The Blog The Estate of Things Subscribe to our mailing list Email Address Shop Blog Inspiration Renovation Real Estate Shop Talk About Portfolio The Blog SHOP subscribe The Blog Home Decor Blog Renovation, Inspiration & Great Home Decor Ideas for You & Your House! Dig into Authentic Turkish Oushaks with TEOT Sweet Stripes for Sarah Mix it up with a little Sentiment for Betsy IKEA Jassa Collection By Betsy Posted on April 4, 2017April 5, 2017 In Inspiration 0 Hey Friends, I got myself down to IKEA Carson to check out the JASSA Collection. Here are my thoughts. I told Sarah on the phone, either my fav bloggers were really hyped, or the IKEA PR department did an amazing job and pinning down all the bohoey blogs for a mention of this collection. Here’s what the collections looked like on all those blogs, as styled by IKEA. Get ready for some very literal Moroccan interior design with tons of pattern mashups. This chair is cute, but not quite dining chair height. It would look great in a corner, or maybe under your covered patio in a group. The seat is wide which is nice, but its the sculptural fan back that makes it one of the more striking pieces of the collection. This chaise is the foremost piece that I wanted for my own home. I had this vision of using one in the the living room to break up my long narrow space but it was a bit disappointing. The scale is tiny. It read like a child’s chair. I thought it would make a fun piece for our living area which is constantly morphing between a family cuddle puddle and a wide open doggie play zone – but it just got swallowed up by the room and looked awkward. Also, I’m accidentally amassing an assortment of rattans and I don’t need to get carried away in that room. It’s out on the patio now thinking about where it wants to live. I didn’t get to see these in person, but they are interesting. They may feel like kid’s chairs too, but they are a cool casual look in bamboo and could be really great to have around outside. Along with the Jassa collection of furniture, there is a whole slew of baskets and fabrics and pillow covers that I didn’t include. But, I had to share this pic because Sarah and I have both been into some blue and white splatter paint & brushstrokey pottery vibes for sometime. Its always fun to see a trend interpreted for a big box store. This is a very accessible option if you like the look but haven’t wanted to spring for the more artisanal pieces. I picked up a couple of these too, in the more horizontal design. I had them in mind as an simple solution to hang on either side of our bed, but man – when I got this stuff home its like my pimp balloon had deflated. Do you know what I mean? High expectations on this stuff, but really it’s better in concept than it is execution. Again, I remind myself that they were like $30 bucks, and I am cheap. Of all the pieces, this settee is actually the clear winner. It wins in both scale and overall practicality. If I get my act together for another long trip South, I’ll take the chaise back and swap for a second settee. I’ll admit that it’s not the sturdiest of the pieces that I have ever brought home, but for $129 I don’t know what more I could expect. We’ll see how long she holds us, especially since I’ve already set this pretty lady out on my back patio in the mild SoCal elements. The series is limited, so chances are if you are wicked into any one piece over another, it might be a beast to find. Personally I checked in on the site for a few weeks before it finally arrived in Carson. It’s in San Diego & Costa Mesa too, but not Burbank. But IKEA also shares inventory count and where there were 48 chaise lounges last Monday, and by the time I arrived last Thursday, there were only 12 left. Cruise the whole Jassa ordeal online here: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/categories/collections/34665/ share the Coffee Bar By Sarah Posted on April 3, 2017April 2, 2017 In Kitchens 0 Have you noticed the addition of the coffee bar in a kitchen? I’ve recently been in to two renovated kitchens here in my little town of Southern Pines that both had a coffee station. A few years ago, I visited a local friend and during a tour of the house, saw a small coffee station upstairs in the hall just off the master, what a retreat. Instead of just adding the coffee maker to the other countertop appliances and putting the mugs away in the cabinet with the rest of the glasses, it can have a dedicated space all it’s own. It’s a solid way to put an unused area in the kitchen to work. Maybe it’s trading the bar cart in for the coffee bar, maybe you have both. I’m not sure about the Flavor Flav wall clock but I love that espresso machine and the warm wood of those cabinets. A traditional coffee station with a pretty tiled backsplash, although there is a lot being stored here, there’s a good composition happening, An iteration of the barn door, the sliding cabinet door would be a fantastic way to conceal your coffee bar or coffee supplies that maybe aren’t as good-looking as the mugs and shiny stainless espresso machine My favorite example of the coffee bar is in Heather Bullard’s kitchen. It’s an area with open shelving to the right of that beautiful sub zero. BTW- Heather is a fantastic stylist and her site is chockfull of images that will make you go hmmmm. Coffee bar elegance, velvety dove gray. The machinery takes center stage here. Sleek and modern coffee station, share Butler Constructs takes on two traditional styles in Downtown Southern Pines By Betsy Posted on March 21, 2017March 22, 2017 In The Real Estate of Things 1 Hi there friends far and near! We have some more news of happenings in downtown Southern Pines, that we think is of interest to you all. Remember last week, when we had a look at a 1910 Farmhouse and a 2017 new construction take on the historic style? Well, we are back today with another look at that new construction, PLUS we want to introduce you to its Colonial twin, located right next door. After teaming up with Dandeneau Architecture our good friend Sean Butler of Butler Constructs has completed two of the most impressive homes to hit the downtown Southern Pines real estate market in some time. Here are a couple of photos side by side, from each of the two homes! Which do you prefer!? The Colonial is nestled in between some old pine trees, typical of the region. It gives it a very private and special feeling. The Farmhouse meanwhile, is situated on the corner lot and stands tall and proud with lovely peaked gable. Each home has been professionally landscaped. Both kitchens feature the same architectural design concept, but the difference in finish and material provide a real interesting opportunity to explore your personal preferences. The overhead beams were hewn from trees on the property! It’s always fun to have a storytelling moment like that. Do you like the single door entry, or the double door? In the area, and want to know more about these homes...

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