I came across these Tuleh Rugs and just can’t stop imagining them in different room settings.
Rugs can work as great inspiration piece to a room and can bring the perfect pop of color.
Do you have a favorite? I love the colors of “Think of England II” and the design of “Classic Tuleh”.
In case you were wondering where I stand on the SJ vs. Kings series!
so many wonderful things in one picture :)
i love it.
Sounds like what the wife and I should do tonight…
Keep calm and watch hockey
Lately I find myself a bit obsessed with the color combination of the items shown in this picture. I’ve apparently been in this place before. The picture of berries was taken last summer.
Currently a few of my favorite things:
essie nail polish (enuf is enuf & gerenium)
scarves. i love scarves all year long.
many of you know that, in 2010, I met 7-year-old named Cossy Nakate. Suffering from AIDS, orphaned and living in a small African village called Kakooge, Cossy impacted me in a way I couldn’t stop thinking about. I shared my lunch with her. I started paying for her food every month. But it wasn’t enough. I knew I had to change not only her life, but the lives of the women in her village – and the lives of their daughters after them.
So, I brought home a sack of necklaces, and, together with some friends, I started the Nakate Project. That was my piece of Africa – my way of beginning to carry Nakate with me into my every day life – so we wouldn’t forget her, or the way I had pledged to make a change.
Since it’s beginning in December, the Nakate Project has supported over 20 Ugandan women on a monthly basis through selling handmade necklaces online, in boutiques and through necklace parties that women have thrown for their friends. Our partnership with them enables them to pay school fees, afford rent, feed their children and begin local sustainable business ventures that will outlast any impact that our necklace sales could have.
This summer, I am pleased to announce that Nakate will be releasing our first brand new necklace line. Through going wholesale, and providing necklace designs that haven’t been seen before, it is our hope to help that many more women – for our project to become that much more sustainable.
Aside from suggesting that our customers buy more necklaces, we have started a campaign to find 200 private donors to each commit to giving $30 to our summer travel and administration expenses as we seek to run Nakate as a business that donates as much of our proceeds as possible back to Uganda. We have also asked for 30 bloggers to commit to blogging about our project, and our need for funding to help our summer expansion. This commitment also involves talking about our project on facebook (http://facebook.com/nakateproject), and mentioning it through tweets and re-tweets on twitter.com (our handle is @nakateproject).
We’d love for you to be a part of spreading Africa in this way!”
11 july (by Elizabeth Taylor)
I’m absolutely captivated by these colors right now…..I might post a photo later on to show a bit more of my obsession on these colors :)
Starbucks, (RED), and Jonathan Adler….good stuff (Taken with picplz.)
(Taken with picplz.)
(Taken with picplz.)