Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Color me retro
Walking into Tylo is like walking into a box of candy with its bubblegum pastel and neon hues. The designer mixes retro sensibilities with modern restraint, arriving at a crossroads between Austin Powers and Piet Mondrian.
The concept behind the store is mix and match. You select your piece and choose from five colors for that piece. Then, you can complete your look with a wide variety of home accents including an amazing variety of pillows of several shapes, sizes and patterns.
Most of the furniture is under 30 prims. The chaise lounge is 40 prims. The most expensive item is 350L, which is a fair price for the variety and quality of furniture.
TYLO - Color your world!, Linda (55, 18, 26)