Fashion Note: Exotic Escape (at home)

After the Honey Moon we needed a little refresher at home. New Life = New Decor

Moving was not in the plan, so a little furniture re-arranging and new accessories turned our home into what we now call: HOTEL ABOOBOO

The house now feels like a suite in some exotic Middle Eastern Paradise - hence the name. 

The Den: White furniture and lots of Green Plants. Black & White Pillow from H&M London Home Store. Natural Sisal Rug - These all give a fresh, cool, decadent vibe white the plants feel exotic. (yes, white is decadent because it's very risky to keep up!)

New Bowls from our Registry needs new Shelves. Thank god Ari is handy and can build just about anything I imagine. Since I was not wild about a curtain in the Kitchen these shelves serve as the perfect amount of privacy.
The Kitchen Look: a bit ore French than Exotic Middle East, but that's OK :)
Lounge Corner in Bed Room: The guitars are used to lull me to sleep and sometimes they are Used to drive me Crazy. Stumper Fielding Pillow shell from Portabello Road in London. Modern art on wall - My Own. Dresser - Ari's design.
Ari Playing Sweet Music in the Music Corner
New Marrakesh Style Curtains from Anthropology really make it feel like we wake up and go to sleep at Hotel Abooboo everyday. Missoni for Target blanket adds yet another exotic pattern.
Mix Match French Corner: I feel when odd objects are grouped together in a tasteful way it is very French. Some of the best French home I have been in are an eclectic mix of flea market nic nacs and boutique finds.
French Corner up Close: A photo of Ari and I the day after our engagement in Belgium. A milk glass vase from an antique store on Long Island. A bronze Sailboat sculpted by Ari's dad.