• Simple Botanical Decor

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    Spring has Sprung both outside in sprouting gardens and indoors on our tabletops. Last year we started seeing a lot of palm leaves being incorporated throughout decor centerpieces and acting as an accent pattern scattered around the home if done artfully and thoughtfully. Green is a color that comes and goes with popularity but right now we are loving it!

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  • Crisp White and Mixed Metals

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    This Spring, we are loving the idea of WHITE being our accent color and incorporating all metals into one space creating a hot and sharp look for the warmer months ahead. Golds and silvers were never be paired, but we say that is a thing of the past! Instead, place them together with a white mod-luxe back drop and add pops of color through a great seasonal bouquet of flowers or greenery – Pantone’s color of the year.

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  • With Love From Athens

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    Right now, just returning from a week in Athens, we are feeling inspired by blue skies and the mashup of ancient civilizations, and modern approaches together creating a truly interesting and entertaining modern yet urban city. Starting with the majestic Acropolis, to the buzzy Varvakeious Central Athens Market, and ending with the ancient ruins we visited with a renowned archeologist.

    We wanted to mention some of our highlights from our amazing week spent zig zagging through Athens and share how they will become inspirations in Spring 2017.

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  • Little Black Dress

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    Coco Chanel famously said, “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.” Classic Chanel and one thinks of a structured “little black dress” with white pearls. Done and Simple. Initially, anytime I think of “simple”, my thoughts go to “natural”, “unadorned”, “unornamented” “meditative”.  However, Coco Chanel was all about impact and was probably never “peaceful” one day in her life. She was a whirlwind of innovative energy. 

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