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Sunday Blooms with Todd Oldham Flowers

Flowers are always in fashion, and love, well that’s something the world can never have to much of. Why not send a cherished friend, a family member, or a valued client a little Spring cheer with the stunning new collection of flowers by Todd Oldham for FTD? I couldn’t resist posting these beautiful blooms, a real break away from the traditional floral arrangements we see in glass jars or baskets, aren’t they? You can view the entire collection of Todd Oldman arrangements here. Have fun!

(images from ftd)

Posted in uncategorized on April 30, 2006

Saturday Links!

Ta-Dah! Happy weeeekend everyone! Quick update: I’ve added a gad-zillion shopping links in the right column, so that should keep you occupied for awhile (smile) today. I still need to add New Orleans and Savannah, but no worries, I’ll get to that soon. If there’s a store in your local hood (or a city for that matter) that you think I should add, please comment below so I can jump right on that for you.

Anyway, the links are all yours. Have fun. In fact, go nuts.

(Image from Blueprint, the magazine I’m still waiting for… get your copy yet? Care to comment with your review – I’m dying to hear your thoughts.)

Posted in uncategorized on April 29, 2006

House Inc.

Mmmmm… Now this is luxury, my friends. Yummy rusched velvet and dreamy crushed velvet pillows and blankets in aqua, sorbet and lime from House, Inc. Tres romantique!

(images from house inc.)

Posted in uncategorized on April 28, 2006

Elizabeth Allen Atelier

Looking to soften the edges of your modern decor? You’ll love the cherished patterns inspired by days past from Elizabeth Allen Atelier. Quick bio (and most impressive): her love of fashion launched her straight into WWD and W magazine in Paris as bureau fashion editor, worked alongside fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel (drool!), served as fashion editor at New York Magazine and in ’98, she launched her own textile company, Elizabeth Allen Atelier, located in NYC’s garment district.

Here’s a copy of her most recent press in O magazine and be sure to visit her online.

Do you see patterns such as these in YOUR home?

(images elizabeth allen atelier)

Posted in uncategorized on April 28, 2006


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