Thursday, January 28, 2010

Rethink Design

Images from Rethink Design

We just got in this amazing wing chair reupholstered in a green ikat fabric by Rethink Design Studio. Go to our website for more details or stop by our shop...the chair is in our new window display!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Matouk & Lulu DK Bedding

Mayfair by Matouk

Tulah & Tigerlily in Ocean By Lulu DK

The New Spring Collection

The New Hadley Collection by Matouk

Monday, January 25, 2010

Lulu DK @Number Four Eleven

Its like Christmas every day at Number Four Eleven when UPS arrives. Today however, was a special day because a box full of New Lulu DK bedding and Pillows came from Matouk! We are really excited to be able to create all kinds of mix and matched beds with her colorful and geometric prints. Please stop in or visit to view all of our new wonderful things
Chant and Tulah PillowsA pretty stack of coral Tulah and Tiger lily Tulah accent pillows, in chocolate, honeydew, and blueTulah Duvet, Madison standard shams, Paradiso Boudoir River accent pillows in red, yellow, and orange.Tiger lily Duvet, Tulah Shams

Chant reverse accent pillowsBloomsbury accent pillows

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


In the market for some vintage Belgium hardware? Maybe an original watercolor or pencil drawing?How about a pair of vintage Milo Baughman Lounge Chairs? Local Savannah interior designer and "oddities" collector Scot Hinson has provided just the web site for you.
to find an assortment of lighting, hardware, architectural elements and custom design work.

Marked Raymor, Italian with Shade. $200.00

Italian ceramic plates, Set of 4. Circa 1950 http://www.modeliving.comcom

70's Lucite Bar Stools. $700 for the pair. Milo Baughman lounge chairs. Pair $ 850.00

Margaret A. Hunt original watercolor. $35.00. http://www.modeliving.comBronze Escutcheon from Belgium. $20. each http://www.modeliving.comMargaret A. Hunt pencil sketch. $95 1960's woven ceramic lamp. $250.00

Friday, January 8, 2010

Idea No. 3

Out with your boring linens and,
in with the new... (monogrammed that is.)
Here is a way to take your already luxurious linens to the next level this new year.
Don't let the plain remain the same.

Add a monogram or an embroidered design to your everyday bedding, bath, and table linens to create a new look for the new year!

The Old... (circa 2009)

The New... (2010)

Photograph courtesy of Leontine Fine Linens
By taking the time to create a one of a kind monogram you can change the entire look of your bedroom in seconds. You don"t even have to do the entire bed. By keeping with the color scheme of your room, add an over-sized monogram to an accent pillow and throw it in the middle of your bed of a chair.

Gorgeous Linen Pillows courtesy of Number Four Eleven

The new and improved gorgeous linen pillows.
Pictures courtesy of Number Four Eleven

Beautiful Bathroom picture courtesy of Waterworks

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Idea No. 2

Image from Habitually Chic

Our second idea for a small change that can make a big difference is refreshing your entryway. Switch out a mirror for a group of prints. Add a stack of design books. Add some seasonal flowers and a new yummy candle. We just got candles in from Linnea's Lights (thanks for the tip Velvet & Linen!) and the packaging is so fresh and clean.

If you have more time, paint stripes or add a fun wallpaper.

Image from House Beautiful

Maybe paint the inside of your front door acid green!

Image from Habitually Chic

Image from Suzanne Kasler

Image from Better Homes & Gardens

Monday, January 4, 2010

Welcome 2010!

Small changes can make a big difference. Over the next couple of weeks we'll throw out some ideas for making small changes to every room in your house. Reusing and refreshing your stuff for 2010!

The first idea is to spruce up your kitchen or library cabinets. Start by painting the insides a fun color. On library cabinets you can even hang artwork inside or add some simple grosgrain trim or nail heads to the shelves.

These cabinets were painted on the inside and then a ribbon trim and nail heads were added. Image from Domino Magazine.

Mirrors were added to the fronts of these kitchen cabinets. Kitchen designed by Jonathan Berger. Image from House Beautiful.

Designer Linn Gresham painted the insides of her kitchen cabinets with a pop of coral. Image from Design Sponge.

Image from Gorgeous Shiny Things.

Make it personal... add all of your favorite things like shells and family collections. Image from Design Sponge.
Images: Habitually Chic, Southern Living