Saturday, February 21, 2009

Things We Love, Chapter 812


Pagoda Breakfront


We love a lot of things around here: lacquer (the look and the smell!), boxwood, clean sheets, Girl Scout Thin Mints, the colors turquoise and red together, sleeping in, Javier Bardem (did we say that out loud?)...

Over the last few days of scouting for the store, we've added some new items to that list, and we wanted to share them with YOU. Oh, and did I mention that you can buy any and all of these from us? You can, and you should.


Double Iron Lantern


New chair from one of our favorite lines, Shine Home. Lots of fabric options available.




Fabulous armchairs...can be done in any fabric!


Pagoda Dining Table - other colors available



Canopy Chair - can be completely customized...any finish, any fabric!


Highback loveseat, can be upholstered in your choice of fabric
Fab vintage-style dining table... custom colors and finishes


Another great new item from Shine Home--can you imagine going to bed every night in this? Lots of fabric options here as well.

Greek key desk

While we strive to have a store filled with every item you desire, please remember that we have access to thousands of products that we can review to help you find exactly what you're searching for. And if we can't find it, we're always happy to direct you to someone who can. Don't hesitate to ask us for help!

5 comments:

So Haute said...

That greek key desk is insanity! I love it!

Revival Home and Garden said...

I know...me, too. It also comes in ivory. Let me know if you want all the specifics!

I am also obsessing over the pagoda breakfront.

Isla said...

Love all your new finds! Your style is so cohesive yet eclectic at the same time, love it!

Isla said...

Thought you might like this considering your intro! http://web.mac.com/ksoh1/Kaypee_Soh_Art_+_Design_/Pillow%3A_Pacific_Collection.html#14

Revival Home and Garden said...

Thanks, Isla! Love the pillow colors, too. It would look even better on my sofa in Hawaii. (A girl can dream, right?) For now, I'll just have to live vicariously through you.

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