Below are a few pictures of the styled kitchen from a beautiful Pasadera residence Hart Habitats just staged in Monterey.
Hart Habitats loves to use beautiful plants in their staged interiors. We also tend to plants on a weekly basis to ensure they are looking at their best for client showings. Hart Habitats believes that plants bring life to a staged interior and make it feel like a home. Our relationship to plants goes back to the beginning of time, no wonder we have such a strong response to our gorgeous green friends. I went to Walden yesterday to water, below are some pictures (as well as a book suggestion)!
101 Lower Walden, in the Carmel Highlands, is now staged and on the market! After spending time working at the residence, installing furniture and hanging art work, I wish I could move in! I have enjoyed looking out at the gorgeous views of the Pacific and watching the crashing waves and soaring sea birds above.
If you are looking for a beautiful home in which to find serenity and enjoy friends and family, this is a great house. (To find out more contact Vilia Gilles: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Pictures of the house staged below!! (Antiques are for sale! Contact us if you have inquiries.)
We have been busy staging this beautiful house that is for sale in the Carmel Highlands. Pictures of the results of our efforts to follow soon!!!
When setting a table, I like to incorporate vintage pieces I have collected over the years and throw out the idea of having everything match perfectly. The result is a table that feels inviting.
Below I have mixed in, with my everyday plates, a vintage Moroccan bowl (for grapes and after dinner cheese), flowered small antique glasses (for Cointreau with dessert), a vintage glazed vase, and vintage hand thrown bowls (for salad).
I bought some tulips from the farmers market for a gift to the hostess. I had one hour to the dinner party and realized I had nothing to wrap them in and had to get creative! Below is the result of my efforts.
Eucalyptus branches and berries were taken from tree limbs, that had fallen in the recent winter storm, and succulents were clipped from pots at the back patio. The arrangement was wrapped with a paper bag and tied with twine from the hardware closet. The abstract art on the card was made with the ink from a broken pen filament.
Hart Habitats will shortly be offering Antique, Modern and Vintage furniture and home accessories, and pillows made from one of a kind textiles.
The below schemes feature hand made textiles sourced from rural villages in Asia. We are making these beautiful textiles into pillows, which will be available soon!!!
Below is one of my favorite pieces that will be offered on our website shortly. Stay tuned!