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NIKKI BELLA COLLECTION
The inception of the Nikki Bella Collection began when Nikki and I met at her newly built, Arizona, home to discuss her furnishings and decor. We walked through her home where she pointed out the finishes she customized throughout the build. The ceiling beams, the fireplace stone and the glamorous light fixtures throughout were a few of the highlighted features. Nikki also expressed her love for French influences, old world charm and romantic settings. This quickly set the tone for me-I had a vision I was ready to execute on!
As you enter Nikki’s home, this room welcomes you with warmth - given the stone fireplace detail and architectural beam accents. We wanted to compliment these elements and soften the space by layering fabrics and textures. Our Birdie Bench plays off of the beam details, while not distracting from their beauty. The adjacent Lucas Sectional pieces provide a functional usage of the space - creating an optimal layout for a conversational area. Our Maddie Faux Fur brings in a luxe layer effect to the aesthetic in addition to our Bone Florence Marble Boxes and textural Trays which are styled throughout the coffee tables.
This setting duals as a breakfast and formal dining area which is why we choose the Arcadia Dining Table as is comes with two leaves, allowing the option to expand the table length in the event Nikki hosts a large party. The tufted Bella Bench exudes a sense of formality, pairing perfectly with Nikki's crystal encrusted chandelier.
We considered every accessory and how it would relate to Nikki personally and we knew Artem was soon to move in too! We brought in our favorite books including A Man & His Watch as Artem has an appreciation for interior design and a great sense of style.
Artem and Nicole both expressed their love for mirror. They considered an all mirrored nightstand accompanied by a hanging mirror. In efforts to keep the space warm and chic we found our Flora Nightstand to be the perfect pairing of weathered wood with a hint of glam, as a subtle moment of antique mirror is featured as the table top surface. This allowed our Manor Mirror to stand as an element of it's own, while our wood feature remained as the anchor. What better than to top of the setting with our natural solid Marble Table Lamp as a classic, timeless material to mention. Lastly, we dressed this bed with our Chic Velvet Coverlet Collection created for a King and Queen... aka Diva... WWE Diva to be exact ;)
More natural wood, marbles and layering at last. This classic white kitchen was calling for our Rope Me In Counter Stool - and they did just that! The texture and interest draws you in and the wide seat creates the comfort the cooks in this kitchen wants for their guests! Take a seat... Stay awhile... Xx Kristen Hancock - StyleMeGHD