drapey fabricky lovely

i don't have this issue yet, in fact my barnes and noble has dinosaur reflexes when it comes to ordering the latest issues of anything. i have words with the guy who is "in charge" of the magazines every time i go in. if it weren't for his patchouli wrapped in ass stink i would probably stay longer and figure out what the prob is. but i don't. i think he may have mentioned that it wasn't his fault.
but i went to the elle decor site and saw that it was out on newsstands (not mine) and was pretty smitten with the cover...no?
pretty, good blend of masculine/feminine, orange and lavender, stripes, kilim..it had me. so i peeked inside via zinio digital..


suzani's are apparently still relevant. not that i ever thought they weren't but i am a little tired of them, aren't you? still. i am a sucker for fabrics draped over things. i think it is casual elegance personified and it means you are cool and carefree in your decorating. trust.

did you notice all the drape-y drape? i don't think it's cool to put it over everything you own, but i do like that elle decor went here for a change.
also, hands up if your lady bits are buzzing over that black and white striped abstract..

images via elle DUH-cor