Monday, August 20, 2007

The details make the difference...

and I do believe that! You can take a fairly simple piece of furniture and with the use nailheads, change the feel of it completely. I'm a sucker for nailheads, no matter their use...and here are some companies that created some fun designs with nailheads on ottomans, hope you enjoy!
Tangier Hassock/Michael Berman Limited

Humphrey Ottoman/Shine Home

Visconti Storage Ottoman - Bungalow 5, via Tonic Home

Round Zeus/Barry Dixon C0llection

16 comments:

Julie at BV said...

I love those firt ones.

Mélanie said...

I Love it . it is such a good idea ..It is goign to inspire me.

Sarah Jennings said...

Great post! I forgot about the Barry Dixon Greek Key ottoman. I should have put that one in my Greek key post!

girl meets glamour said...

Yes those first ones are great aren't they Julie :)

girl meets glamour said...

I'm so glad I could inspire you Melanie.

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Oh I love that post you did Sarah! I always do that...find things to add to an old post...maybe you could do a greek key #2 post and add on :)

~Kate

The Peak of Chic said...

Me too! I have to use self-restraint when let loose with the nailheads ;)

style court said...

i really like the first group. great point about the details!

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Jennifer and Courtney :)

patriciagrayinc.com said...

I love the Tangier Hassock because lately I am on a Morocco inspiration binge out. I think it is interesting to use the term "hassock" again instead of ottoman. I think it adds a whole new chicness and BTY the nailheads are great too!

cassie said...

ummm... AGREED! i'm a total sucker for the nailheads as well.

TonicHome said...

Thank you for including the Visconti from Tonic Home website. It is really a beautiful design with the nailheads and you get storage as an added bonus. We can never have enough places in our house to store all of the little "extras"!

Suzy said...

I love the use of nailheads on upholstery. I love that greek-key ottoman especially!

girl meets glamour said...

I know Patricia, I go back and forth on Moroccan kicks. You are right about using "hasscock" though! Glad you liked this post :)

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

Thanks so much Suzy...I tend to love anything greek key though :0d

~Kate

girl meets glamour said...

No problem Tonic Home! I love all your furniture lines and I'm happy to feature it in my blog :)

~Kate