Latest Bent: Busts
I keep running across lovely home-decor vignettes that have one thing in common: busts. A well-placed statue fits right in with the found-art, bohemian sensibility of today's decorating predilections, so now I’m a bit hooked on the idea that I must, must, must increase my busts. I’m especially loving their functionality, doing double duty as both a piece of art and a creative storage solution for your accessories.
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Stylish statuettes are doubling as creative storage solutions
Trend Alert: Busting Out
Love, love, love the idea of walls you can write on directly. Maybe because it's handy or maybe it's just my inner four year old that got yelled at for writing on the walls saying "yes!!!!!" to the idea. Either way, I love this idea. The door is from an old New Orleans bank. pantry doors, chalkboard walls, sliding barn doors, kitchen pantries, chalkboard paint, kitchen doors, old doors, kitchen walls, sliding doors
Is this display of busts totally awesome, or totally creepy?
Vintage Alabaster Bookends
" Phrenology heads were commonly seen in the 19th-century. It was thought that by using them one could reveal a person's character and fate. This ceramic replica is marked with 48 faculty spots, including those for reasoning, philanthropy and adventure ". phrenolog head, psycholog, phrenolog bust, ceram phrenolog, list, ceramics
SOURCE: Lamps Plus - Ceramic Phrenology Head
Leah Hoffman's bohemian vanity
A dandy bust and a blue-glass lamp on a wooden end table
Bust Photos (27 of 73) - Lonny
A Greco-Roman plaster bust from a flea market can be made into a fun jewelry display by adding a white-painted wood box.