Monday, February 27, 2012

Live.Like.You: A Creative Approach To Online Shopping

I'm quite taken with the work of Jill Sorensen, of Live.Like.You
and until March first enjoy 15% off with the House of Fifty code LIVESPLENDID15!

At her shop you can browse by "Personality." Click on the door that fits your personality, select which room you'd like to shop and find a delightful illustration and all the items needed to create the look yourself. 

At 'Happy Home,' below, I choose to see the entry:

An illustration and several items seen in the room below.

And afterwards I visited 'The Hamptons' to see what that entry would like like.

A red Parsons table would make a great first impression!

It's a fun way to shop, which allows you to be inspired while visualizing how an item would look in a space.

Jill has also recently launched her own line, Jill Sorensen, 
and one of my favorites is her Key Bedding line which comes in great colors.

To see more illustrated designs and a wide array of finds, make sure to visit Live.Like.You!


  1. What an interesting concept! I love it when online websites have you take a quiz/select a picture to choose items specifically tailored for you. I find they usually are dead on!

  2. This sounds like so much fun! Definitely going to check this out. My credit card is screaming "Nooo!" right now.

  3. Hi Janell,thanks for shout out on your lovely blogs!! Will post it this week! xxx

  4. I have not been to her blog in a long time. I will have to check it out.

  5. I love her approach too! All that color makes me happy. Also how she has developed the different personality "schemes" over time makes you want to see what will be next.

  6. I love the taste you get of each of the homes. She seems to have a ball with color all her places are so happy!

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