I have shared my admiration for Addison Weeks jewelry many times before but, these creative ladies are hitting the homegoods hard with an incredible selection of new introductions.   The beauty and diversity of the line is simply stunning.   The fact that most items come in multiple stones as well is beyond exciting. I.. read more →

I am crushing on the Williamsburg Lightfoot Sconce available in 6 colors.   The nailhead details on leather are a nod to the traditional but it feels distinctly current. You like? Hollar if you need pricing or info… Be sure to subscribe to THE ENGLISH ROOM for extra news, giveaways and discounts.   Please make sure you “like”.. read more →

I missed the last High Point Market because I was on my fabulous jaunt to Italy on Modenus’ Blogtour Milan.  I was poking around Currey and Company’s website today looking for a fixture for a client and WOW!  Did they ever have some terrific new introductions! How terribly chic is the gilded oyster shell screen?.. read more →

I was thrilled to be featured on the fabulous House of Turquoise blog this week. SEE THE WHOLE FEATURE HERE. If anyone knows that color can make people happy, it’s Holly Hollingsworth Phillips of The English Room out of Charlotte, North Carolina! And I know she has very happy clients living in this vibrant home, photographed by Dustin Peck forPeachy Magazine…every room.. read more →

While in NYC for ICFF, Kips Bay Show House and my pal Ted’s book launch for Style & Simplicity, I made time for a stop at the 1st Dibs Showroom. Let me tell you I could have bought loads of amazing antique and vintage finds.  Here are some snaps of my favorites. Do not miss.. read more →

Coleen and Company is the best of the best in couture lighting.  This AMERICAN MADE vendor has such a unique perspective on lighting with innovative and colorful spin on traditional lanterns and sconces.  Here is a recent installation using a Coleen and Company lantern.  Please take a look through this FABULOUS collection.  Do not miss.. read more →

Lately I seem to be drawn to the Brutalist style in design. These brass pieces are defined by “an aggressive 20th-century style, usually in rough-textured and unfinished materials, that frankly exhibits both structural and mechanical systems.” My friends at Cloth & Kind had a divine brutalist Tom Greene light fixture from Downtown in their #lcdqla Window.. read more →