This is the third post in a new collaboration called, Style Sheets. The style sheets are imagined by Jessica Lynn Williams, an interior decorator in Brooklyn (and part of the reason why Kate Spade windows look so fab!), and illustrated by the wonderfully talented Michelle Christensen. Take a look at the previous style sheets here.
Henri Matisse is our first male style icon for the series and it’s a natural fit as he’s one of our favorite artists. He was a master of color and pattern, which makes for an oeuvre emanating life and exuberance. Naturally, his interior must be equally bright and patterned-full.
ALSO, if you’re on Instagram, I’m holding my first Instagram-only giveaway/game. Look up @houselarsbuilt for more deets. Hint: you must answer the question, “If I were a room, what would I be?” FUN!
It’s today! Happy National Donut Day! Did you go out and get your free donut? Go to the National Donut Day site to see who’s participating (sorry foreigners). As a former non-sugar eater, I’m sure my friends from like 5 years ago are shocked that I’m the self-imposed poster child for this holiday. I’m just much classier now. Here’s proof. (scroll to last picture).