Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Window Dressing

I couldn't be more excited about our lovely new holiday window, featuring a few of my favorite fabric lines and products from the shop--fabrics from Rubie Green & F. Schumacher, and chairs from MetroSofa and a customized piece from Martha Stewart's line for Bernhardt.

Special thanks to stylist extraordinaire Hope Misterek for her eye and muscle. (Side note: the blatant rip-off of House Beautiful's recent cover --i.e., the paper bells--was all me.)

Come by and check it out in person!




6 comments:

MABELLE said...

Yay!! I'm so blown away that you've chosen to use it in the front window! Thank you so much! Wish I could see it in person :) (hopefully in the future;)
XO MA.

perfect bound said...

beautiful. baby, it's cold outside.

Revival Home and Garden said...

As we say in the south, you ain't just a'whistlin' Dixie. Well, maybe we don't really say that so much in the south anymore, but I think someone once did.

(I'm agreeing with the cold outside part, though I do think the window is beautiful, too! I can say that because I mostly had nothing to do with it.)

Revival Home and Garden said...

As we say in the south, you ain't just a'whistlin' Dixie. Well, maybe we don't really say that so much in the south anymore, but I think someone once did.

(I'm agreeing with the cold outside part, though I do think the window is beautiful, too! I can say that because I mostly had nothing to do with it.)

SuzMoore said...

I am swooning with love. I bought the House Beautiful issue just for the tissue bells photo.

Revival Home and Garden said...

Glad we are of one mind on the bells. I read some disparaging comments about them on a blog, but it did nothing to diminish my love for them!

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