Effortless Style by The Peak of Tres Chic
I’m off on vacation, but while I’m gone I decided to spotlight one of my new favorite bloggers that I hope you enjoy as well. I reached out to some of my favs and asked them to share with my readers what effortless style means to them.
Sam from The Peak of Tres Chic has to be one of the sweetest readers I have. She is always one to comment and email me little tidbits of goodness and due to her comments I found her blog.I found that I not only adore Sam, but adore her sense of style as well. Head on over to check out The Peak of Tres Chic and I’m certain you will agree with me.
Thanks for having me over today, Camila! I am so happy to be here posting about my own personal “effortless style.” My blog name is The Peak of Très Chic and I think that encompasses my style well. I am naturally drawn to French details, and tend to stick to a more neutral, chic aesthetic. Here are a few snapshots from my living room that I think help show my style:
I love choosing furniture in neutrals and then adding in pops of color through accessories. I also love for a room to have a collected vibe- as if items were found at flea markets or on travels and have been gathered over time. I never want a room to feel too sterile or too “decorated.” Like I said above, I love French-style furniture, and when I found this wing back chair at an antique store, I had to have it!
Here are a few shots of my bedroom:
This is my bedside table. I love glam elements, but felt that an entire mirrored piece wouldn’t work well with the overall decor of my bedroom. I found this piece with mirrored drawers and painted/restored wood and felt it was the perfect balance.
I added in pops of pinks and turquoise through my pillows, drapery, lamp, and quilt. My lamp is actually from Hobby Lobby, but I repainted the base and added a new shade.
Thanks for letting me show off a bit of my style with you! I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you will stop by The Peak of Très Chic sometime and say “hi!”
Thanks Sam! I tend to be a bit color happy when it comes to my own decor so I’m always happy to see a neutral space done right. It gives my eyes a rest and really helps me appreciate all of the cool pieces in a space.
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