Monday, March 8, 2010

Python Print

Python prints are one of those that will never go out of style. Don't get me wrong, they can definitely be a little more than frightening if not done tastefully, but I have a feeling you'll love what I'm about to show you.

I do talk about Tory Burch flats entirely too much, but I can't help it. I sincerely love them.

Anya Hindmarch's bags have been on my "to get list" for quite some time. The price tag has been what's slowing me down from crossing it off my list. She can really design a handbag, though:
Python print doesn't always have to be in the classic gray/silver color. It looks beautiful in purple on this Tory Burch (yes again, sorry!) dress:
I've always admired this backsplash featured in Domino. Talk about being fearless design. I have a feeling my fiance wouldn't be too pumped if I recreated it at home, though.
Look at this chair! I think the print could have been heinous very quickly had it not been on a classically shaped wing chair. I love that the designer was so innovative to think of it. It's from the company Metaphores and it's actually a velvet. How luxurious...
Talk about a chic and glamorous, this bar set would go perfect on my new little wheely tray. I found them on the Blossom Interiors blog, which directed me to a store called Kim Seybert. Sadly, I can't find them on the store's website. I may need to get in contact with someone about this.
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