Sunday, February 20, 2011


I was looking through an old copy of Domino magazine today and found this beautiful image of a very teeny tiny kitchen. I can't even begin to count the times I have wished for more counter space and shelving in my own. But seeing inspiring images like this makes me feel better about the space I do have. I love the floating shelf above the sink for displaying their beautiful glassware and the way they use the 'back splash' underneath the shelf for storage as art.

In the cramped kitchen, there are only four narrow cabinets. An upper ledge, already built in, has become a crucial place for storage, but the exposed vantage means that everything on it has to look appealing. Realizing dishware was her best option, Vaughn kept things simple: clean white plates and lightweight glasses in basic shapes. "In New York City, with no dishwasher, washing wineglasses? Not practical. We use bistro glasses for wine." To maximize wall space, they found some attractive, reasonably priced knives from Bodum and mounted a magnetic strip on which to hang them. Originally, there were two bare light bulbs sticking out of the ceiling. The couple replaced these with inexpensive but sleek, adjustable Home Depot fixtures, which are perfect for task lighting.

Thursday, February 17, 2011


hi everyone! my sincerest apologies for not posting anything over the last few weeks.... but i swear it was in good reason - i got a new job! you can now find me tuesday - saturday running pom pom interiors in beverly hills.

at pom pom interiors, beautiful living is practical living. everything that we sell in our stores {there are 3 southern california locations total} are meant to evoke a warm and inviting environment that is casual and elegant at the same time. we love to decorate with light and have a wide variety of silver and alabaster lamps, wall sconces and ornamental ceiling fixtures.

especially well known for our magnificent collection of chandeliers, we are very pleased at having been named BEST of LA for Vintage Chandeliers by Los Angeles Magazine in their yearly BEST of LA issue.

the owners are a husband and wife team who travel to Europe several times a year just to search for, "rare crystal treasures because, in our opinion, a room, no matter how beautiful, does not seem complete until a chandelier goes up and adds a sparkling cascade of light that’s so romantic…".

please pop over to and check out what we've got going on! i would love for you to come into the store and see all of the wonderful goodies we have in store for you.