Thursday, April 30, 2009
I just love these chairs -- they go equally well in a contemporary or traditional dining room. As always, there are a number of different tables and chairs that go together, so you can pick the look that suits you best. The side chairs are only 8 prims, and the arm chairs 10.
Posted by Pamela at 5:56 AM
Saturday, April 25, 2009
This set has beautiful wicker, and the cushions are tintable -- and the table rezzes a cheese & fruit plate with wine, or chips and salsa that gives a chip for the left hand and a margarita for the right. I also have a lounge chair that matches. The set of four chairs and table are only 15 prims without the appetizers.
Posted by Pamela at 4:52 PM
Monday, April 20, 2009
I have two new Dinner Party II dining rooms for 8, two new ones for 4, and a new contemporary one for 6 -- each with new chairs. I have also made a bunch of great looking new vases and planters -- out on the back patio, where you can pick plants and flowers to put in them. Lots of other smaller stuff as well -- come take a look!
Posted by Pamela at 6:01 AM
Sunday, April 5, 2009
I think rooms of all one style can be very attractive. But if you have looked around La Galleria, you can see how I like to create dramatic flair by mixing a variety of styles to create a look that is really exciting. Don't allow yourself to be boxed in by the "matchy-matchy" mentality! Diversity in home decorating, as with everything else, is just more interesting than homogeneity.
If you like it, it will "go" with pretty much everything else you like, and create an environment that truly reflects your unique taste and creativity. Go ahead an put that Egyptian relief plaque or antique rug with your contemporary sofa! Put that black lacquer console with your traditional sofa -- it goes with just about anything, and nothing adds a touch of drama like Asian accessories.
That said, I would like to introduce my new line of seating, created in collaboration with my brilliant and talented partner, the misnamed Idiot Winn. The pics are some examples of knockout rooms created around our Nine Labs line of seating:
• Touch seat after sit to change sit.
• Hold Touch 1 sec to adjust sit. Move pole to adjust position. Click Save, Next, Done.
• Touch arm to change texture.
• Touch back to get cuddle menu -- STOP to remove balls.
• Tintable any darker color:
Posted by Pamela at 4:02 PM