I got a request to do another post on this gorgeous French inspired estate home in Palm Springs. It belongs to Suzanne Somers and is currently on the market. Somer's decorating style is charming French country which includes velvet sofas, giant chandeliers, marble floors and more than one zebra skin rug! The elegant interior extends to the beautifully landscaped exterior which also includes a pool, outside dining and various gardens. I usually do not post so many photos but since this house is "tres fabulous", I just could not resist!
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Check out this gratitude wreath featured in this month's issue of Woman's Day Magazine. Created by designer Eddie Ross, this wreath is made from paper, wheat and gold beads. You can even tuck gratitude messages in the cones for Thanksgiving. A perfect way to greet your guests and set the mood of thankfulness. For more info, go to: http://www.eddieross.com/eddie_ross/2010/11/center-of-attention-.html
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Wednesday, November 17, 2010
While browsing for a table setting, I found a couple of unique pieces (from dinnerware to place cards) that would be perfect for a beautiful Thanksgiving table.
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Thursday, November 4, 2010
Blacklion is having a Holiday Open House this weekend! There will be giveaways, refreshments, Santa and our snowy holiday wonderland opens for the season! We merchants have been busy decorating our spaces so there will be tons of beautiful holiday decor! Hope you will join us...fun for kids of ALL ages!!
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Wednesday, November 3, 2010
It has been soooo long since my last post. I have been a busy bee putting holiday merchandise out in the store- I can't believe Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away which means the store will be buzzing with shoppers soon! Today, it was buzzing with merchants getting ready for Blacklion's Holiday Open House this weekend. Since it has been a few weeks since my last update, I wanted to post a few furniture pics. Both pieces are vintage, over 60 years old, and have original hardware. They are oldies but goodies!
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