Sunday, August 29, 2010

Savannah Shops in Southern Living

Thanks again to Southern Living for featuring us in the travel section of the September Issue (as well as the home section)! This week we have had an amazing response from tourists and Savannah locals who had never been in the shop before. It's bustling around here!

Check out all the home shops featured in this month's issue...
Arcanum, One Fish Two Fish, Madame Chrysanthemum, Folklorico & Paris Market

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Introducing Libeco Home

Libeco Home is one of the largest linen weavers in Europe. They produce beautiful natural Belgian linen by the yard for upholstery & windows. They also have a line of bedding, decorative pillows, apparel & handbags and table linens perfect for embroidery. We are pleased to announce that we are now the Savannah retailer for Libeco Home. Stop by to see the amazing quality and feel of real Belgian linen!

Images: Libeco Home

Monday, August 23, 2010

Southern Living

A huge thank you to Danielle Rollins for the kind shout out in Southern Living. Napkins like the one above are available at the shop in an array of colors and sizes. We can embroider everything from a family crest to a reinvention of an old monogram. Give us a call so you too can outfit your next dinner party with fabulous linens like these!
Image Courtesy of Southern Living

friday at the shop...a couple of days late

It was crazy last week with all the deliveries of new things! Furniture, jewelry and loads of fun accessories for the house. So, needless to say, last Friday we were busy unpacking and making new displays all time to post. Here are some of the gorgeous things we got in.

The Egypt Chest, with it's amazing carved details, landed in the front window display because it is so killer. Tomorrow I'll show you how everything looks in the shop!

Monday, August 16, 2010

new titles

We have some new design books coming into the shop soon. One of our favorite things is to tear through all the books when they arrive. It's like hanging out in the magazine section of Barnes & Noble for hours!

Thursday, August 12, 2010


It feels as though every where you look there are gorgeous photographs of rooms with lanterns. ( Much like the ones seen in the post)
However, locating a place to purchase them has been harder than we thought.
Most attractive in long hallways, and foyers above a table, these lanterns are some of the best ones we have found around. Please call for information regarding outfitting your house with one of these amazing fixtures.

Pictures courtesy of Things That Inspire, Mrs. Blandings, Elle Decor, Number Four Eleven, Vaughan Lighting.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

lonny mag

I was cruising through some old Lonny magazines and I noticed all the great looking beds. I also noticed that we carry most of the linens in the shop!

This bed has a Matouk Lowell duvet cover and shams in white with navy trim mixed with the John Robshaw Indigo Dip bolsters.

On the bed on the left, Matouk Meridian duvet and shams in white with red tape trim, mixed with John Robshaw Blossom accent pillows.

On the bed on the right, there is a Matouk Lowell duvet and shams in white with red satin tape.

In this pretty room designed by Bunny Williams, she did the complete bed of linens in Matouk Gordian Knot.

Bunny Williams mixed an Oly raffia headboard with a John Robshaw hand-painted quilt and Samode Pink sheets in this sweet room.

In this navy and brown room, she used John Robshaw printed duvets and Cinde Coffee shams and sheets.

It's interesting to see the more traditional Matouk linens mixed with the patterned John Robshaw bedding. We have fun combining the two together on the beds in the shop.

Monday, August 9, 2010

49th Street...

How pretty are these colors? Perfect for a young family that wants a light and airy feeling in a beautiful historic Savannah home. Here's what we're thinking...walls in soft chamois by ben moore, a pair of white slipcovered loveseats in front of the fireplace, a seagrass rug, accents of driftwood & seashells and tall silk curtains almost the same color as the wall. We'll keep you posted on how it all turns out!


Photo credits: Number Four Eleven, Suzanne Kasler, Velvet & Linen