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For a look that surprises, designer Michael Mitchell is in love with pairing bold finishes with contrasting details—all in natural patterns and textures. He shares some favorite examples from the Spring 2014 High Point Market
This season’s cocktail hour offerings recall parlors of eras past in their refinement. Sophisticated detailing and elemental materials reign right now—barware and serving items are decked in gold, silver, brass, and horn for polished, elegant entertaining, notes designer Matthew McLaughlin. Here are some of his favorites from local shops
Tis the season of giving... and guesting! Before friends and family descend, gussy up your guest room with an eclectic, hand-picked medley of wares, like local artwork; interesting antiques; and serene, seafaring scents. Here are some of our top picks from around town
Seaside decor should be true to form, says Sullivan’s Island-based stylist Nathalie Naylor. Rather than “themey” sailing camp or electric blue aquarium looks, true coastal decor reflects what’s outside our windows: the colors of sand and sea, marsh and sunset. Here are her picks for getting started.
Not quite. Dynamo design houses like Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, and Chanel have amped up the pairing and elevated it to graphic new heights. Now, furnishings echo the trend with super-chic nods to runways ’round the globe
The Element of Surprise can be a powerful thing. Turn your safe, signature style on its head with a bolt of the unexpected—a one-two punch with a wild new palette, high-flying poster art, or a funky-cool centerpiece to awaken your rooms. Remember: big risk, big reward