Mix and Match



We’ve all been there – decorating is expensive. But with the right resources, there are ways to make it less so. In this series, I will attempt to show you how items similar in style can be wildly different in price. Sometimes it’s worth the splurge and sometimes, it’s worth digging to find a nice equivalent. – Gabrielle, Savvy Home

I adore this room. Designed by Sara Ruffin Costello, it’s set in a Downtown Manhattan bachelor apartment (seriously, which single girl wouldn’t want to date that guy)! It’s light and bright but refined; it’s simple but it mixes periods and styles; and it can be yours for $13,499 or $591. Quite a difference isn’t it? Let’s play a game: where would you splurge and where would you save?




See the rest of this bachelor pad on Savvy Home today!

High: Portico Pendant by Currey & Company | White Marble Bust of Flora Circa 1830 | Fiddle Leaf 5ft. Fig Silk Tree | Saarinen Round Dining Table | Vintage Oushak Rug

Low: Belvedere Chandelier | Napoleon in Resin Bust | Potted Fiddle Leaf Fig | Docksta Table | Vintage Stone Viscose Rug


See you next week!

Gabrielle | Savvy Home

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3 Responses to “Mix and Match”

  1. Albertina || Mimosa Lane Says:

    Great Job!! Awesome breakdown!

  2. Annemarie @ Brunch at Saks Says:

    Such a great roundup! I love the Belvedere Chandelier and vintage stone rug!

  3. Blog de Damask et Dentelle » Blog Archive Boys will be Boys » Blog de Damask et Dentelle Says:

    […] high/low difference is not quite as striking as last week, but the total difference is still $2,300, and that’s with counting only one yard of fabric […]

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