Last week, Kathryn and I had a few hours to kill in Raleigh before heading back to DC. I guess we weren’t quite ready to let the design binge of Market come to an end so we headed over to Furbish to keep the high going.
If you search my archives you’ll find a semi stalker-ish amount of references to Jamie and Furbish so you can imagine how excited I was to finally see the store in person. Grainy iphone photos just don’t do it justice! It’s totally one of those stores where you have to do a few laps before you’re even able to start processing all the design goodness that surrounds you, never mind actually decide what you’re bringing home.
So what did I bring home? A beautiful burlwood frame, a mini vase for my bedroom, a new case for my perpetually scratched sunnies, and some cards for upcoming occasions. If not for the confines of a commuter jet, that chair might have come home with me too. Good thing there’s always online shopping…
Large Blue and White Dish: Banana Republic Rhinestone Earrings (similar), Vintage Turquoise/Gold Earrings, Vintage Turquoise Earrings | Small Blue and White Dish: Vintage Pearl Earrings, Vintage Cobalt Earrings, Jo Jo Fleur Bling Earrings | French Tip Plate: Vintage Starburst Earrings (similar), Vintage Black Earrings (similar), Onyx Ring (my grandfathers) | Club Dish: J.Crew Earrings (old) | Turquoise Dish: ASHA Olivia Earrings (c/o), ASHA Zodiac Ring (c/o), ASHA Yardley Bangles (c/o) | Orange and White Dish: Kate Spade Ring (old), Vintage Rhinestone Earrings (similar), Vivid By Esther Hexagon Earrings
After shoes, my jewelry is one of the first things to come off when I get home. To help corral the clutter I’ve scattered some vintage dishes (I can never resist a one-off in a pretty pattern) in strategic spots around the house. Yes, sometimes a pair of earrings still ends up on the arm of the sofa but overall it’s been a helpful way to keep things somewhat neat and accounted for. Having my favorite pieces out in plain sight is actually really helpful too.
The most recent addition to my little collection is the turquoise lusterware dish I picked up at a local antique store. A cheap thrill that reminds me of some of my favorite Waylande Gregory pieces. Filled with my beautiful ASHA by ADM jewelry it’s even more lovely.
Just curious, how do you store your jewelry?
If you love color and pattern as much as I do, you probably already have a few Sheridan French pieces on your wish list. Seeing my friend Hanna wearing the Lillian Skirt in her Glitter Guide feature earlier this week has me coveting it even more!
To help you cross those items off your wish lists and get them into your spring wardrobe, the Sheridan French team is offering The Pursuit of Style readers 10% off through Thursday, May 2 with code: YESPLEASE.
In case you need help narrowing it down (which I always do) the Pippa Shorts, Marlowe Pants, and aforementioned Lillian Skirt are my top picks. Happy shopping!
Snedker Studio Artwork | Rachel Zoe Tassel Necklace | Del Toro Loafers | Rebecca Atwood Pillow | Essie Go Ginza Polish | Clare Vivier Clutch
If you’re looking for some attention grabbing accessories these are my top picks: stunning marbled artwork from Denmark based Snedker Studio–oh the rooms I could design around that piece! A tassel necklace in the prettiest shade of mint. All eyes will be on you (literally!) when you wear these sassy loafers.
Splatter paint has never looked more chic. My latest spring nail color crush. The perfect clutch which you can score for 10% off using code PURSUIT10. The code is good site-wide at Roztayger but it expires today so shop quickly!
Whoa, so sorry for going off the grid! So where have I been? Design Mecca–also known as High Point Market. Kathryn and I spent the past few days visiting the showrooms of our favorite vendors and happily stumbling upon new vendors we can’t wait to use in upcoming projects.
As a newbie to Market, I was completely in awe of the whole experience. I kept telling Kathryn it felt like Disney World for design. I was thrilled to see products in person that I’ve only admired in the pages of magazines and was completely inspired by the perfectly styled showrooms. I can only imagine the amount of work that goes into planning an event of this size.
So what were my favorites? The chinoiserie inspired vignettes at Bungalow 5, tape trim pillows in candy colored colors at J.Douglas, the artwork at Design Legacy (still working on finding out artist info), Hermes orange walls in Alexa Hampton’s room at Hickory Chair, everything Aerin Lauder at Visual Comfort, an intricate shell chandelier at Oly Studio, the colorful Turkish rugs at CR Laine, and lamps at Robert Abbey… plus so much more!
I’m feeling so energized by everything we saw and can’t wait to get back to work. If you were at Market, what were your favorites?