Beyond that crucial table, so many other elements can absolutely make an entrance. The right rug…Woodwork for miles…
And, of course, a show-stopping chandelier.
And if you have a spectacular view? Don’t forget to flaunt it!
Something a little bit unexpected can certainly make an entrance pop — whether it’s cozy furniture or a bold paint choice.
And a fun pattern on the floor adds instant interest, as does a fabulous arch!
Cool art is instantly eye-catching and we love a seagrass rug for creating a less dressy feel.
Symmetry isn’t required for making an entrance, but a special pair can take a foyer up a notch.
And, sometimes, the loudest statements are the simplest of all.
Tables and lighting, accessories and flooring are all great ways to make an entrance. But nothing says, “welcome” quite like filling your home with things (and people) you love! And if you have puppies, so much the better!
Thanks for stopping by today. We hope it’s a wonderful one!
If you’re planning your Summer vacation, make sure to grab a copy of THE SECRET TO SOUTHERN CHARM , one of Southern Living‘s best beach reads, to slip in your tote.
Lanterns have played an important part in our nation’s history ever since the whole “one if by land, two if by sea,” Paul Revere thing. (Which would be super easy to reenact on this front porch!) But, if you ask us, these lighting staples are far from out of date!
Statement lighting is a trend that, to us, is always in style. For a traditional feel whose style keeps hanging around (pun intended), look no further than lanterns.
In an open floor plan, a large lantern like this one becomes a major focal point.
If the typical lantern seems too staid for your home, we love a good play on the staple. Fun takes on shape make the look fresh and fun.
And adding a hint of gold ups the glamour quotient on any piece.
You know we love a little whimsical flair, and these lanterns really deliver that. They remind us of something out of a Dr. Seuss book–a really chic Dr. Seuss book, that is.
But, sometimes, you need your lighting to hang quietly, to make a softer, subtler statement.
For those times, a wood lantern delivers an organic feel that complements the room perfectly.
An older home generally calls for a certain look. And these lanterns add a particular antique feel.
There’s nothing like dining by the glow of candlelight. If you’re dining by the glow of candlelight outside, all the better!
Today is the first day of summer so dining like this for months on end is all we can think about!
Thank you for stopping by today. We always love it when you do!
We used to think that flush mount lighting was only for low ceilings, you know, those spaces that could quite handle a big chandelier or a dangly, statement light fixture. But a few of our favorite lighting designers and companies have changed all of that, turning what used to be the underdog of the lighting world into a go-to staple. From plain white to shiny gold, round to quatrefoil, flat to proudly pointy, there are so many ways today to get the flush mount lighting thing oh so right. Check out a few of our go-to flush mount staples that will have you rethinking everything you know about lighting!
Sometimes you do have to save the best for last, and, in this case, we think it’s true! We love, love this stunning fixture. It is so on trend! Are you a flush mount fan? Or would you choose a snazzy chandelier any day?
On March 18th a joint bar cart will be rolling out to all Lilly Pulitzer stores for their iconic “Lunch with Lilly” event and our sweet friend Roxy Te will be rolling out to the Madison Avenue store for meeting, greeting, and mingling! Mark your calendars for this Saturday from 1pm to 3pm! And for the pre-party, go see them TODAY from 5pm to 8pm! Roxy is a doll, and if you haven’t met her you should. You’ll love her!
Good morning! We hope you’re having an amazing week so far. Ours is about to get even better because you know how much we love stumbling upon a new designer that we love. And that’s just what happened when we found Lisa Furey!
It goes without saying that we aren’t all the same. So why should our decor be? Tailoring a look to any home, any budget, and style is one of Lisa’s strong points, and one of the reasons we think her work is always in good taste.