Decorista Trend Spotting: painted red furniture

This weekend I have been up to lots and lots of projects.
Repainting furniture has gotten the best of me, I'm hooked.
So, lately I have been noticing bits of red catching my eye.
I know we all took notice of this gorgeous apartment in Lonny Mag.
The red console dresser in her hallway did not go unnoticed by moi. I fell instantly in love with the glossy redness of it. I love the drawer with tons of jewels packed in. Ooh la la.
Makes me want to repaint something red, STAT!

Decorista Trend Spotting: Bubble Chandelier + DIY

This gorgeous bathroom was featured on KDID during her trip to the 
San Francisco Decorator showcase (so wish i could have been there)
and with my recent obsession/fascination with lighting...i thought i'd go ahead and share.
Isn't she lovely?
I think it all started at the Gramercy Hotel lobby in NYC.
This is why I LOVE hotel design, whatever the trend they make it perfection.
Want to learn how to make your very own? 
Check out my sweet friend Alison and her DIY tutorial...her creation blew me away!

What's new..?

In light of my recent post on 2010 decor trends,
I have been on the hunt for all that is gray + yellow.
Sure enough, West Elm is right on point...the NEW collection spans from anything yellow to everything gray. Here are some simple buys that I would make to 
keep my place hot, fresh + 2010.

Combine the gray striped sheets (below) with the yellow quilt (above) for some hotness.

throw in a zebra or damask rug to mix it up
nothing says luxury better than bone trinket boxes for the desk space
and why not throw in a bird cage for a tounge-in-cheeck element
There you go...just a few fresh additions to spruce up your pad for 2010.

2010 decor trends

My new year is starting out swimmingly. 
I am getting ready to pack up the ol' christmas decor and bring in some new fun to my pad.
MSN.com has done a preview of what is to come in 2010 as far as design goes.
I'm wondering if their predictions are accurate...?

1930's inspired Glam
Floral Chintz
More traditional looks
Gray + Yellow 
Soft Neutrals
Do you agree????