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Market Report: July 2017

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Market Report: July 2017

Sarah-Hamlin Hastings of Fritz Porter Design Collective set out to prove that the blush tones seen all over the spring 2017 runways look just as good at home. The appeal may lie in the color family’s ability to mingle with ease: shades of pink, Hastings says, lend this breakfast nook an air of sophistication while still playing the role of a neutral.

LEFT: Riz Dag (acrylic and pencil on paper, 30" x 43") by Frank Phillips, $1,700 at The George Gallery; RIGHT: Sarah-Hamlin Hastings

Sarah-Hamlin Hastings

Who she is: Owner of Fritz Porter Design Collective, interior designer, and mother of four boys

Where you‘ve seen her work: Architectural Digest, Coastal Living, Elle Decor, and Travel + Leisure

Find her at: http://fritzporter.com/ or on Instagram @fritzporterchs

“Synapse” light by Apparatus Studio, $7,700-$10,800 through Fritz Porter

“Kilsmos” chair, inquire for price through Biggs Powell Interior Design; “Hash” fabric in “peach” by Maresca Textiles, $118 per yard through Fritz Porter

Quartz and brass table, $2,150 at South of Market “ACLU” large pink glasses by The Commons, $105 per pair at http://the-commons.us/; “Blush Pink Mandala” cotton 8' x 10' rug, $2,790 at Fine Rugs of Charleston

“The Workshop Series” tableware in “blush” by MMClay, $36-$56 per piece at http://www.mmclay.com/; “Pebble” dinner napkins by Collier Rose Ink, $56 per set of four at Open Door Shop

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Photographs by (Hastings) Amy Luke & courtesy of (9) the retailers