Trend: Bright Spring Hues

Spring is always a good time to refresh. Refresh your home with new accessories. Refresh your wardrobe with bright happy accessories. Get a fresh start!

No.1 Rosemary Canvas Buckets / No.2* tranSglass Fresh Cut Grass Candle / No.3 Cacharel Green Belt / No.4 Kenneth Jay Lane ring / No.5* Ikat pillow in turqouise

— Meg B.

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Decorating with Histoire: Mini Edition

We loved little Mila’s music-inspired nursery featured on Apartment Therapy. A mostly black and white palette with a bold rug makes a statement yet the dominant white keeps the room a calm place for a baby but modern for the adults.

See the rest of Mila’s nursery designed by Jenika Kurtz, and photographed by Jessica Comingore on Apartment Therapy here. Get the look of Mila’s nursery with the items we’ve put together below.

No.1 Confetti Cube Pendant / No.2* Wide Stripe Pillow / No.3 Expedit shelf / No.4* Feed Bear / No.5 CB2 knitted graphite pouf / No.6* Navia Hand-woven Throw

— Meg B.

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Trend: Ikat

Ikat is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles. The word ‘ikat’ means to bind, tie or wind around. This pattern has been popular for ages and in recent years has come back into interior and fashion trends in full force.

No.1 Madeline Weinrib Lingerie Bags / No.2* Ikat Runner/Scarf from Uzbekistan / No.3 Ikat Pillow Covers from Eastern Home Decor on Etsy / No.4 MICHAEL Michael Kors Ikat Pants

— Meg B.

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Style Set: Jessie from Style & Pepper

Wardrobe stylist and fashion blogger, Jessie of Style & Pepper, is with us today for Style Set. Jessie recently moved right outside of the big apple to Hoboken, New Jersey. She has a closet full of colorful vintage clothing and a knack for mixing patterns. Fashion isn’t her only talent, she is the queen of DIY projects and has also created a cozy home full of vintage items.

I’m loving this Rope Dye pillow from Mercado Global and think that it would be one of the perfect finishing touches to pull our new family room together.  The dye technique used reminds me of the beach, and would fit perfectly with the vintage nautical touches throughout our home. I was even more excited to see that it’s from Guatemala, which is a country near and dear to my husband’s heart - he lived there during part of the time we were dating and we’ve always wanted to go back together.  It would be so special to support the artisans who continue the traditional Mayan culture in this way!  I was thinking that it would look great tossed on our sofa, and I’d add these vintage brass propeller-candle-holders on our coffee table to complete the look!

Thank you for being with us today Jessie!

— Meg B.

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Decorating with Histoire: Cozy Neutrals

Everyone loves to feel comfortable at home. You can’t go wrong with a cozy living room with a neutral palette. It’s a timeless look that you can easily add different accessories to over time to change up the look and feel of the space.

No.1 V&M Round Wood Form Mirror / No.2 Crate+Barrell Wire Baskets / No.3 Square Linen Pillows from India / No.4 West Elm Lacquer Tray / No.5 Small Deepti Lantern from India

Living room inspiration image via Rue Magazine

— Meg B.

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Inspiration from the Oscars: Missi Pyle

We were so happy to see Missi Pyle in a cruelty-free dress designed by Valentina Delfino made of mineral-dyed silk at the Oscars on Sunday. The light aqua blue was a refreshing sight on the red carpet, and a reminder that spring is on it’s way.

Inspired by Missi’s dress we put a few items together from Histoire.

No.1 Antique Glass Candlestick / No.2 Samui Cosmetic Bag / No.3 Kantha Square Pillow III

Photo via / Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic

— Meg B.

Style Set: Tobe of Because It’s Awesome

Today we are introducing a new series on the Histoire blog called Style Set where we ask different bloggers to pick one of their favorite items from Histoire, and pair it with another item. First up we have Tobe from Because It’s Awesome. Tobe is a lettering artist living in Kansas City, and is currently redecorating her new house.

Tobe says, "I can’t help but admire Histoire’s commitment to ecological responsibility, be it from supporting the artisan communities that make these beautiful pieces or ensuring that I’m bringing unique, responsibly made items into my home. As an advocate of shopping my local thrift stores and antique malls to find the most one-of-a-kind pieces, I also appreciate the global impact of giving old items new life. In addition to being unique, I find that these items are often better made to stand the test of time, and those are two qualities that truly make a house a home.

"I am definitely loving the Rope Dye pillow (in fact, I bought it on sight!). I love the handmade quality, and how easily it complements any aesthetic, be it glam or modern or virtually anywhere inbetween. My first thought was how incredible it would look when paired with this luxe faux fur throw from Calypso St. Barth. Perfect for the living room sofa or to add a luxurious touch to the bedroom.

— Meg B.

Decorating with Histoire: Glam Boho

Mixing geometric and global patterns with bold and pastel colors gives this room the essence of bohemian glamour. Inspired by this living space, we’ve picked out a few things from Histoire to help you achieve a chic collected look.

Inspiration image: From Red, photo by Dan Duchars

One: Dots Blanket / Two: Gold Lantern Gourd Vase / Three: Kantha Pillow

— Meg B.

Trend: Dyed to Perfection

This century-old trend, popularized in the 60s and 70s, has come back in the past few years in the form of effortless chic, and we are going with the flow. From fashion to home decor, it adds a sense of global ease to your wardrobe or space.

No.1 Kelly Wearstler Surrey Dip Dye Top / No.2 Tie Dye Hair Tie Package / No.3 Rope Dye Pillow / No.4 Splendid Tye Dye Infinity Scarf

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