The name The Pink Pagoda means incredible art and accessories to me. Nothing short of impeccable taste. I recall the first time I ever encountered anything #tpp and I remember researching the item to find the creator of the amazing phone case I had just found!
It was love at first sight for me!
When the One Room Challenge was opened to linking partners in October of 2013 I jumped at the chance to add The Pink Pagoda art to our guest suite. And when it arrived my love affair with all things #tpp and Jennifer grew by leaps and bounds. I knew my home had to be filled with her amazing one of a kind art!
I absolutely love the view from the guest bedroom ... and how the art in the hall connects the bathroom making it such a relaxing suite!
When the next round of the Linking Participants opened in April of 2014 I once again chose Jennifer's art to be a focal point on our porch.
The green prints she created for me tied it all together to make the buffet wall pop. I was absolutely thrilled with the final result!
And the gold bamboo frames were made for this incredible art!
Two rooms completed and I had successfully added some #tpp to two of the rooms in our home!
October 2014 and another round of the One Room Challenge = another room for some #tpp love!
These blue pagodas instantly became one of my favorite things about the whole master bathroom. The blue was the perfect match and Jennifer worked with me on the phone to chose just the perfect art for our space. She instantly became so much more than my art dealer ... she was my precious friend!
It was a no brainer for me this last One Room Challenge round to pick more #tpp art for our laundry room. I instantly knew what I wanted and was thrilled to add the cheetahs to my mix of colors and patterns.
The cheetah is perfect for the space. His green spots speak to my heart and I love how it works so well with the Persimmon Poppy wallpaper.
Isn't he amazing?
You must, must check out all of Jennifer's prints! Each of them is better than the previous one.
I am currently selecting a grouping of them for our kitchen to surround the hutch.
Aren't they amazing?
And with a blue, white and yellow kitchen I have my eye on pink prints?
Can you tell?