January 13, 2011

You Like This Ottoman?




So gorg. I'm going to have one similar at Urban Market. If I don't keep it for myself..which will be hard to do.
1940's hide from Namibia. So beautiful. More info about U.M. later. This is just a little teaser.

Think about it. If you don't live here and have to have it, I ship!

21 comments:

Welcome! said...

O.M.G. I need this.

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Gorgeous...wish I needed it and had a little petty play cash handy ;)
I have a distressed zebra addiction, which I must've forgotten to mention to you.
Cheers, Alcira

nerochronicles.com

PS, would love to get your sister's contacts to get an estimate on some shots I'd like to have taken of my house. I'll chat with you soon.

Devon said...

Best. picture. ever.

Meg said...

I'm glad yall like it! Alcira, I"ll email you Kate's info!

The Zhush said...

This ottoman! That painting below...loving what inspires you...and well..inspired by it as well!

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