shahs of style

designed with a touch of Shah

My son’s room is injected with sportiveness and playfulness–SO totally him!  His sister recently moved into a big girl bedroom. And now, he has his own space to play, read and sleep.  Adding a bunk bed, a basketball hoop and a funky, chrome chandelier was all that was needed to define his space

It started as an ordinary office full of blue and greens and progressed into a lounge area inspired by the enriched culture of Morocco.  A West Elm daybed was slowly introduced, however it was too big for the narrow space.  Moroccan was definitely going to be the theme but we needed the space to look …

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Istanbul, Turkey.  A city that is just SO cool and unique.  I have to say, my favorite memory is sitting by the busy sidewalk eating kunefe, drinking Turkish tea, smoking a hookah while appreciating the panoramic architecture.  It’s hard not to wonder that this city is enriched with a tremendous amount of history, religion, politics and the juxtaposition of old and new ideas. I entered what was once was …

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My nursery is finally complete!! My favorite purchase for this room was this Moroccan swing from Urban Outfitters.  Also, the animal heads, which add a fun playful touch to the room.   I was drawn to this particular rug because of its simplicity, and how it is so fitting for a child’s room.   Absolutely adore my bassinet/crib, I …

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Waiting for the arrival of my baby girl, I’ve been on a major crunch-time.  Been super busy converting our current guest room into a  nursery AND transitioning our two year old’s room into a “big girls room.”  Having one more month left,  I have been redecorating, repurposing and redoing these two rooms.  My latest project was this chest …

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I was invited to a small wedding reception this past weekend. Needed something not casual but not too dressy to wear. So I whipped out a quick outfit for the reception. Since it was nippy out and I didn’t feel like putting a jacket on I decided to wear a cardigan under the blazer, and …

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