The Queer Interior Team is psyched that we’re featured on Zillow.com today. Big ups to the amazing folks who chipped in to style, decorate, and capture these enviable bar-carts!
We put together 4 distinct bar cart set-ups for your Mad Men viewing party, house warming or just to impress your next one night stand. The fabulous shoot for Zillow.com was made possible by a talented team of Brooklyn movers and shakers! Kristen Blush who we’ve worked with before got effortlessly stunning images of each cart on location at Patina Rentals. The floral designs by Hops Petunia captured the mood of each bar-cart. Guest staring: Foxy and Winston bottle openers, Van Brunt Stillhouse booze, and lemons and limes from the Park Slope Food Coop. Below are just a few of my favorites!
Head to Zillow and comment on your favorite and spread the love!
The above shot is one of my favorite. The pink accents bring the 60s Shoshanna out in me. The flowers by Hops Petunia are spot on! #GIRLS
This vintage guy is the hot nerd in the bunch. He’s got a twee thing going, but he’s butched up by the trophy and oil painting. Highly dateable.
On set we were calling this set up the modern painter and it ended up having a very new-money feeling that I love in the final look.
This was everyone’s favorite look of the day. Maybe because it evoked so much Summer vibes. We’re itching for the west coast and this little piece of heaven could really scratch! LOVE!
I’m a big believer as a renter in NYC that reclaiming or inheriting odds and ends is a better and kinder way to populate your space. Krrb.com is the perfect place to do just that. They’ve honored me with the task of picking some of my favorite Krrb finds for Fall and I hunted down some really lovely (and equally strange) objects on the shop by stoop home sales website. Krrb is easy to use and I’ve had a blast selling and buying on it myself. Anyone can build a “corner” where they list home decor, furniture, or homemade wares for sale. You can easily post and edit pictures or information about the object and tag key words. The site helps you search by zip code and category and it’s a real blast to find out what’s near by. Look for The Queer Interior and my 20 selections on their newsletter and website today! Here are my top 5 and why I picked’em!
As featured on Remodelista and AllModern.com. This Hunter Green Blue Dot Strut Table is an awesome use of space. It’s highly functional as a desk or dinning room table. It’s the perfect freelancer find and if you’ve got a neutral space the green is going to be a really great contrast color.
You can custom this no-frills coffee table to fit your room and what we’re wondering is if James will throw in the coffee tables books. Tom Ford and Marilyn? We’ll take it!
Looking to ironically store toilet paper or have legit tools to store? Then you should buy this awesome tool box! I think it’s really sexy and sleek and if I had more than a hammer and bad attitude about home repair I’d buy it. in. a. heartbeat.
One of a kind hanging light treatments would be great in a dorm or home office. Loving the shape and price point, run don’t walk.
When I think about what’s great for Fall gourds and painted leaves are not my first thoughts. This Swarovski covered animal skull, now this, this is autumnal. I want it on my dining table or coffee table, really anywhere someone can see it.
*Big Thanks to Krrb.com for letting us play!