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My Five Favorites: Ways to Mix Metals  ||  from DImples and Tangles

My Five Favorites: Ways to Mix Metals || from DImples and Tangles

love this. hope our living room all coordinates like this when we redecorate/move!

love this. hope our living room all coordinates like this when we redecorate/move!

Adding height gives a room drama, scale and architecture

Adding height gives a room drama, scale and architecture

Tips on where to even begin when you want to redecorate a room.

Tips on where to even begin when you want to redecorate a room.

I want to read a good book here

I want to read a good book here

colours in painting would work in my living room

colours in painting would work in my living room

interior design musings: If you could . . . Change Five Things About Your House

interior design musings: If you could . . . Change Five Things About Your House

VT Interiors - Library of Inspirational Images

VT Interiors - Library of Inspirational Images

Supreme luggage/suitcase packing

Supreme luggage/suitcase packing

How to tie a turban headband with a Hermés scarf 1. Fold 70cm scarf into a triangle. Roll to make it 3-inches thick.  2. Pull scarf gently under braid and secure it at the top with a tight first tie of a knot. 3. Take the two ends and crisscross them (do not knot) and pull one end to either side tightly.  4. Tuck each end of the scarf into the headband, one to the front and one to the back. For a more secure hold you can use hairpins to hold the tips of the scarf down after you tuck them.

How to tie a turban headband with a Hermés scarf 1. Fold 70cm scarf into a triangle. Roll to make it 3-inches thick. 2. Pull scarf gently under braid and secure it at the top with a tight first tie of a knot. 3. Take the two ends and crisscross them (do not knot) and pull one end to either side tightly. 4. Tuck each end of the scarf into the headband, one to the front and one to the back. For a more secure hold you can use hairpins to hold the tips of the scarf down after you tuck them.