Creative Color with Diane von Furstenberg
Attitude is everything. ~Diane von Furstenberg
I love Diane von Furstenberg. I love everything about her! She’s warm, intelligent, stylish, comforting, and inspiring.
My favorite black dress is a DVF. My favorite fun, flirty, silky, colorful, patterned, bow enhanced summer dress is DVF.
I feel very powerful and feminine when I wear these dresses. I feel special. Like someone cared about me as a woman when they made them.
I design for the woman who loves being a woman. ~Diane von Furstenberg
I’m kinda giddy about this morning’s post. Why? Now I can dress more than just “me” in these special empowering designs. Now my favorite home accessories can be DVF with the Diane von Furstenberg Ready To Wear home collection. Pure home ecstasy! Color, pattern, design, style…
If you are ready for something new around the house to lighten up and add some fun for Spring, here are my favorites from the new collection.
The beautiful Sandstone Drinkware in Erawan Blue. Who doesn’t want to put Erawan Blue on the table. It sounds as dreamy as it looks!
These fun and colorful Miro Flowers plates are inspired by the surrealistic art of Joan Miro and it reminds me of my silky DVF dress! I can even see part of the bow on the right side of plate? See it?
These dessert plates in Paper Cheetah are so fun! I love the design and the shape is so unexpected. I love dishes with non-traditional shapes. I’m all about the circle, but give me a dish that’s anything but am I’m singing with angels.
Textiles – Oh Textiles
The DVF Miro Flowers design graces pillows and a duvet cover and gives great composition and color for the bedroom. I love art inspired textiles so these make me so happy and inspired! I’d like to see the Sandstone glasses design on a beautiful silk duvet. I’d break out the leftover b-day gift cards for that!
Maybe some day there will be a DVF design inspired by melissaAnne COLORS….It could happen….
I’ll leave you with some final, inspiring words from Diane von Furstenberg the iconic hero to the young designer Whitney Port.