Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Loving Society Social

Are you loving Society Social as much as me? Since the launch of this company in August of 2011 it has been on my radar screen. Society Social offers fun pieces for the home at an affordable price point. Roxy, the gal who followed her passion in creating Society Social is someone that I look forward to meeting...she signs all her emails with "cheers" and has a zest for life that I feel through our email communications. Believing that life was too short to continue the rat race of the corporate world she had been living, she ventured out on her own...kudos to that spirit!

With her passion, Hollywood smile and colorful offerings, Roxy's Society Social is off to a running start.
The Darlington set of chairs offers thirteen different color choices and each one is a winner. I'd love to see  these around a kitchen table, at a desk, in a foyer or placed in a living room for extra seating...the pops of color are perfection yet the classic black one is eye catching too. Where would you use this chair?    

I am wild about the Draper end or accent fabulous are these? Available in ten colorways this accent table can be used anywhere in a home.  
Society Social's pillow collection  makes a wow statement!  

All images were used by permission and can be found on Society Social 
Society Social is not a to-the-trade only have fun shopping! See anything you like?

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Thibaut's New Geometric Wallcoverings

I am always smitten with the wonderful wallcovering offerings by Thibaut. Their recently introduced new line Geometric Resource, is eye catching. From geometric patterns to traditional trellis designs the product line offers an array of  beautiful prints and colorways.

This pattern, Allison, is timeless and with ten colorway options there is a shade for everyone.
Etosha is my favorite and offers five color options. I love the chicness and boldness of the zebra print.   
With eight colorway options the Wilton Trellis is perfection for a foyer or man's study.
 With ten colorways, the Rothbury Trellis, is sure to prove itself a winner in any room.
 Another wallcovering option with ten colorways is the Merrill. Simple, yet stunning!
The Grayden now has me thinking of its nine color options and where it can be used.    
The Prescott option is a fresh pattern (with seven colorways) that is unexpected, yet refined.
 All images were used with permission and can be found on Thibaut's website.
Do you have a favorite? Where would you use that pattern? Here's to the power of wallpaper!

Thursday, February 2, 2012


Here is your tour of the New York International Gift Fair...

Merben International had a colorful line-up of mohair throws with "rescued" pieces of yarn for the fringe. How wonderful that instead of tossing excess yarn pieces they've added them to the mohair for a playful looking throw.   
Oh how I would love to see this lighting fixture from Oly in a beach home! 
This monogrammed dining chair by Tara Shaw Maison was stunning! I would love to use it for a ladies desk/writing area. The monogram on the center medallion makes it extra special.
The faux florals by Diane James Home are for clients with a discerning eye. They are beautiful and will have your guests thinking you've got the best "green thumb!"
Dunes and Duchess was bursting with color and beauty! The sconces, candlelabras and lamps are the perfect "wow" piece!  
This chair by Design Legacy (shown in two different colorways and bases) would make for striking host and hostess chairs or an area where you need a comfortable statement chair.  
Worlds Away is one of my favorite sources for chic offerings for the home. This new marble top table is  striking!          
I am smitten with Ro Sham Beaux! I am now itching to use some of their fabulous lighting fixtures in my work.  
I blogged about Tritter Feefer here in my all American post for Tobi this vendor! They added several new items to their line-up that had me taking a second look. 
The Lizzy Deux  
The Greta Desk 
The Lido (the top table)
Sea Island
I hope you have enjoyed your "visit" to the NYIGF. Happy Thursday!