March 22, 2010

I’m so ready for our trip to LA this Sunday for spring break.  I can’t wait to visit all my favorite haunts, breathe some ocean air and enjoy some glam Hollywood interiors and furniture stores.  There’s a look I’m completely addicted to of late and it’s this feminine 40′s glam that feels like an old Hollywood movie set, yet very current.  Although a bold color addict I would love to do an entire house like this, or how about a hotel?


Via Desire to Inspire.


A perfect 40′s glam look by designer Ryan Korban.


This pale tan zebra printed cowhide could also be nice in this look.


Very Hollywood chic night stand from Patagonia Trading Company. They have great retro glamorous furniture designs.


Love this pale minty green. Another genius vignette by Ryan Korban.

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These two images via Habitually chic – feels like an old Hollywood movie set, but current. Timeless.

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Red leather and light brown velvet…great mix.


Hollywood style sofa from Patagonia Trading Company. Every time I go to the Raleigh hotel in Miami I’m dying to redesign the foyer and put two of these couches in there.  ( It’s one of my favorite hotels but they have yet to do something great with the foyer…)


Again, pale mint with cream fur.  Interior design Ryan Korban…perfect glam space.

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Really like the curtains here. Thinking of doing that in my  dining room.


Chic Hollywood sofa from Patagonia Trading Company.




Two ultra glam coffee tables from LiveLikeYou- Greek Key coffee table.


Treillage coffee table.


A simpler look with sisal and muted tones, but nonetheless completely glam.

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  • Comment by A Passion for Home — March 22, 2010 @ 1:44 PM

    Such inspirational photos you have. Love everything about them but I especially love the tables from Worlds Away. Very very chic and classy!

  • Comment by Emily — March 22, 2010 @ 1:56 PM

    This is my favorite style as well!!! Stunning pics!

  • Comment by littleshop — March 22, 2010 @ 3:09 PM

    Love all the mint green. Espec. the mint curtain, gray sofa pic. with that sweet little stool/ottoman. And I'm stealing the pic of the art layered behind the brass bed. How genius is that?

  • Comment by Molly Andrews Worth — March 23, 2010 @ 1:11 AM

    Take loads of pictures in LA & post them. Check out mdesign – Molly Luektemeyer's company. She's in LA. Im jealous. Have a ball!!!!

  • Comment by Erica — March 22, 2010 @ 6:22 PM

    Such a beautiful blog! :)

  • Comment by Christina — March 23, 2010 @ 5:27 PM

    Hi there,

    That desk that you inquired about is from here:

    Hope that helps! Also thank for leaving a comment so that I could find your blog and your work. Love it! Can I feature some of your work on my blog?

    Have a great day!
    xx – Christina

  • Comment by TanyaM — March 23, 2010 @ 6:05 PM

    Love all of these rooms. Coffee tables in particular. Nice looking blog, Jill!

  • Comment by livelikeyou — March 23, 2010 @ 6:09 PM

    Hi Christina,
    Thank You so much for sending me that information, and so quickly. Of course you can feature some of my work on your blog! Wow you really do have a full house, I'm impressed. Lucky for everyone you still have time for blogging!

  • Comment by Kelly — March 24, 2010 @ 12:06 AM

    Could you tell me where the 12th image comes from – the bedroom with the fur pillows? I love these!

  • Comment by livelikeyou — March 24, 2010 @ 1:37 PM

    Hi Kelly, That image is from interior designer Ryan Korban as well.

  • Comment by clock — November 18, 2010 @ 9:26 AM

    any idea what colour/brand that mint green wall paint is ?

  • Comment by erika @ small shop — April 18, 2011 @ 9:39 AM

    Ryan Korban is amazing. Totally my style.

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    fantastic! I especially love the fluffy throw in the bed, and the elegant sculptural glass lamps on that vanity!

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