When it comes to American Horror Story, the first thing that comes to mind isn't necessarily design. Sure, scenes of violent takedowns, blood baths, electric shocks, and a casual insane asylum musical number have filled our television sets for two seasons straight, but Ryan Murphy doesn't stop at mere fear value. In fact, if you look closely, you'll find calculated interior design motives that wholly enrich the spaces he's imagined. For instance, a gory beat down just wouldn't have the same effect on a shag rug as it does on the gritty surface of a sisal floor cover, would it?
So, in honor of AHS: Coven 's premiere this Wednesday, we thought it an opportune moment to highlight the interior inspiration we can all pull from the previous seasons. After all, a presentable space, as Martha Stewart would say, is a "good thing."
If you're a fan of Teruyoshi Hayashida's seminal preppy-fashion playbook Take Ivy, or Patricia Mears' Ivy Style, you may have found yourself wondering what the ladies were doing while midcentury men were getting natty in Brooks Brothers tweeds, bucks, and beat-up chinos. Well, the answer to that question has finally read
Now that we've officially flipped our wardrobe switch to spring mode, we're making some necessary updates to our beloved denim stack. So, it's no surprise we want need all the latest offerings from iconic denim brand Levi's®. We're (not-so-secretly) spying its spring offerings and already fantasizing about ways to rock read