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Haute Furniture: Hable for Hickory Chair

In reviewing my High Point Market pictures I realized I never shared one of my very favorite discoveries. Hable for Hickory Chair was a true highlight.  The designs are modern and updated yet totally original. See more HERE.  Happy Weekend!  The very chic Susan Hable sharing their inspiration…    Inspired by Mid-Century Modern and Scandinavian..

Jewelry Love: Mary Frances Flowers

I am excited to introduce you to a budding jewelry designer.   Her unique and creative designs are sure to capture your curiosity as they have mine.  Mary Frances Flowers Asheville, NC  What is your training?  I’ve always been creative and loved putting things together with my hands but didn’t have any formal “training” until college. A..

Artist Spotlight Series: Karl Klingbiel

The latest artist in my Artist Spotlight Series is sure to delight with his vibrant and dynamic abstract works.  Karl Klingbiel Brooklyn, New York   What is your training?  I received a BA in art from Yale, and also had the privilege of attending high school at Cranbrook; the vision of Eero and Eliel Saarinen..

Artist Spotlight Series: Susan Blackmon

I am thrilled to have been introduced to the stunning work of Susan Blackmon by Steve McKenzie a few weeks back.  I am moved by her use of bold color and simple abstract forms. Enjoy my latest Artist Spotlight Series featuring Susan Blackmon Atlanta, Georgia What is your training?       After encouragement from art..

Pantone Color of the Year 2015: Marsala

Pantone just announced the “Color of the Year 2015” and the winner is Marsala. Much like the fortified wine that gives Marsala its name, this tasteful hue embodies the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal while its grounding red-brown roots emanate a sophisticated, natural earthiness. This hearty, yet stylish tone is universally appealing and translates..

Book Love: When Art Meets Design by Hunt Slonem

My art crush, Hunt Slonem, has now become a design crush too.  I LOVE Hunt’s animal artwork and his bravado.  He has no fear of color or mixing the old with the new.  Throughout the book I noticed fabrics and wallpapers that were his own designs….wait for it……then I saw it!!!!!! “When Art Meets Design..

Michelle Nussbaumer and Magical Ceylon et Cie

I have shared my love for Michelle Nussbaumer’s style before HERE but, I finally had the pleasure of meeting the gracious design in her Dallas shop, Ceylon et Cie.  The store itself was magical and filled to the brim with treasures collected from Michelle’s extensive travels around the globe. I was a kid in a candy..

Artist Spotlight Series: Martina Nehrling

A bit back I saw this beauty on Pinterest and knew I had to know more. Luckily, you get to know more too. Enjoy getting acquainted with the fabulously talented Martina Nehrling.  “Compelled by the pulsation of the beautiful and horrific relentlessly clashing I create visual rhythms in compositions of accumulation. I use multiple distinct..

Angie Hranowsky’s Downtown Charleston Home

Charleston Home: Decked Out Downtown Written By Ellen McGauley Photographs by Julia Lynn Designer Angie Hranowsky uses vibrant color and daring design tricks to blow the doors off a plain-Jane single house in Harleston Village Angie Hranowsky isn’t really a beige kind of gal. Hot pink, sure, and plum works, too, but a house full..

The ULTIMATE Paris Guide: Paris from the Pros

via I have been researching like a wild woman with my upcoming trip to Paris. It is going to be amazing with Maison et Objet, Vaux le Vicomte, Market at Saint Ouen and a private tour of Pierre Frey archives just to name a few of the adventures I will share with a handful of designers..