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Will someone bring me my smelling salts, please?!



I'm having a decorgasm!  Check out that couch in all its orange glory!  And the turquoise side table and the pink flowers---and the rug that ties it all together.  Not to mention the dainty gold frames on the wall.  But seriously... that couch.  I'm having trouble distinguishing need from want.



I want a fainting couch.  I like the romantic idea of sighing, swooning and sinking into the plush velvet of an elegant chaise.  Hot pink would be a huge plus. 



This bed would make me a very happy girl.



Cute settee. 

Ohhh, and what a lovely canopy bed.

Last but not least... I intend on having a huge mirror like this one in my bedroom someday.

All of these photos are from La Cabeza de Maria Antonieta showroom.  That's Spanish for "the head of Marie Antoinette."  So Marie Antoinette is involve... know wonder I like it. ;)  The all-Espanol blog is here if you want to check it out, chicas.



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Candice said…
This is just wonderful..I want a room that looks exactly like this! :)
I can't decide which I like more - the orange couch or the hot pink one. Decisions, decisions.
Cate said…
That pink fainting couch is the most fantastic thing I've seen all week!
Jess said…
To have color combinations like that first picture inside my own apartment would be the most amazing thing in the world. I don't think I appreciated orange until I saw that couch. Good grief this place is gorgeous! :)

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