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Wednesday
Nov282012

Inspired By... Yellow Brick Home

A few months back, I came across this photo from Yellow Brick Home on Pinterest...

For some reason, I just couldn't get this colour combo out of my head. There's just something about black & white with a fresh pop of peach.

I took inspiration from this colour combo and her animal themed pillow to create this kid-friendly lamp...

This peach lamp had been in my inventory forever, but I hadn't been able to figure out what fabric to pair with it. One day it just clicked. This playful elephant print was the perfect fit.

I named her Rosie after the elephant in Water for Elephants.

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