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AUGUST 2012 Part 2 1

AUGUST 2012 Part 2

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CONTENTS ENTERTAIN

DECORATE /02/ VIDEO GREETING /04/ THE TEAM + SPECIAL THANKS /06/ THE SOCIETY SOCIAL HOSTESS

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SOCIETY SOCIAL TV: EXPERT DESIGN TIPS WITH JAMIE AT FURBISH

BAR CART BEAUTIFUL

SNEAK PEEK! PAGE 30

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FROLIC

AMY’S COCKTAILS THROUGH THE YEARS

/08/ THE HOSTESS’ LIBRARY

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SOCIAL ETIQUETTE WITH ART & HISTORY LESSON: 18TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE, POPLIN & QUEEN FAUX BAMBOO, AND MODERN DESIGN

28 HAPPY HOME: BRINGING THE INDOORS, OUTDOORS

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52 THE WELL-APPOINTED LADY OF THE HOUSE

THE KEY TO A SENSATIONAL SOCIAL

44 MRS. LILIEN FEATURE

MEET THE REAL SOCIETY SOCIALS

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THE TEAM & SPECIAL THANKS

Lawrence Te

Adrienne Yancey

Styled Creative

Amy Mikkelsen

Photographer athesisinprogress.com

Graphic Designer adrienneyancey.com

Styling Philadelphia, PA

Writer, Photographer yoursouthernpeach.com Atlanta, GA

Julie Looney

Lindsay Dress

Katarina Te

Contributor browneyedbellejulie.blogspot. com Abingdon, Virginia

sadieandstella.blogspot.com Richmond, VA

Intern Atlanta, GA

Millie Holloman Photography

Shauna and Stephen Alterio

Kimberly Lewis

Loren Hope

Kimberly Lewis Home, Props

Loren Hope Designs lorenhope.com

millieholloman.com

SPECIAL THANKS!

Something’s Hiding in Here, Location

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Molly McDermott Walsh PR & New Media Manager Thibaut

Thibaut Design

Elizabeth Johnson Pretty Smitten, Props

Kate S. Jordan Scouting katesjordan.com

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WISHBONE

CHEERS NOTECARD

THE SOCIETY SOCIAL HOSTESS With a fierce eye for design from fashion to furnishings and a knack for picking out the latest trends, Meg Biram of the must-read blog, MIMI + MEG, has the covetable ability to curate every aspect of a well-styled life. This is a spirited soiree you won’t want to miss!

SMALL TRAY

SPREADERS

PITCHER & GLASSES ICE BUCKET

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THE DRAPER

DONKEY PINATA — CAUSE EVERY FUN PARTY NEEDS A PINATA! WHITE FEATHER DISH

STRIPED STRAWS LANVIN PLAYING CARDS

FOR THE MUSIC

POOF BALL FUN! LETTER BALLOONS TOCCA STELLA CANDLE

RUM!

NOT THAT YOU'LL NEED A BOTTLE STOPPER...

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Cocktail

Cookbooks

1. Mrs. Lilien’s Cocktail Swatch Book  by Kelley Lilien

1. Screen Doors and Sweet Tea  by Martha Hall Foose

2. The Cocktail: 200 Fabulous Drinks  by Jane Rocca

2. Essentially Lilly: A Guide to Colorful Entertaining by Lilly Pulitzer and Jay Mulvaney

3. Vintage Cocktails: Retro Recipes for the Home Mixologist  by Amanda Hallay

3. Williams Sonoma: Cooking at Home by Chuck Williams and Kristine Kidd

BY JULIE LOONEY

THE HOSTESS’ LIBRARY

Some things in life are just a necessity­—the perfect LBD, a signature lip color, a great stationery collection, and a fabulous library of books. Every Social needs to have resources that she turns to for everything from cocktail mixing to flower arranging to accessory organizing. It’s not easy balancing it all, that’s where the professionals come in! This go-to list of books in several categories will keep you styled, prepared, and looking effortless in every aspect of your life. Cheers to that!

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Home/Decorating

Style

1. The Perfectly Imperfect Home  by Deborah Needleman

1. I Love Your Style by Amanda Brooks

2. Domino: The Book of Decorating  by Deborah Needleman, Sara Ruffin Costello, and Dara Caponigro

2. The Little Black Book of Style  by Nina Garcia 3. Style by Lauren Conrad

3. Domestic Bliss by Rita Konig

For Fun 1. Paris in Color by Nichole Robertson 2. Cupcakes and Cashmere by Emily Schuman 3. Manners by Kate Spade

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DECORATE

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SOCIETY SOCIAL TV:

EXPERT DESIGN TIPS with JAMIE MEARES

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Jamie Meares OF Furbish Studio mixes and

matches like a rock star. Her outrageously playful and flamboyant style has graced the pages of Lonny, Elle Decor, People Magazine, and Real Simple to name a few. When some of our designs made their way to her sassy shop in Raleigh, North Carolina we knew we had to schedule a play date. Watch the video for a peek inside our visit to the Furbish Headquarters and whip out the notepad because Jamie lets us in on her not to miss, expert design tips.

J A M I E ’ S C H E AT S H E E T • FOR SMALL SPACES, CHOOSE MULTI-FUNCTIONAL, DOUBLE DUTY FURNITURE. • TREAT ANIMAL PRINTS AS NEUTRALS. • WHEN CHOOSING LARGE-SCALE ART FOR OVER A SOFA, A GOOD RULE TO FOLLOW IS THE RULE OF THIRDS. THE PIECE SHOULD BE AT LEAST 2/3 THE LENGTH OF THE SOFA. • A PILLOW WITH A WHITE BACKGROUND WILL KEEP A DESIGN FEELING FRESH AND CRISP ESPECIALLY WHEN PAIRED WITH BRIGHT, OVER-THE-TOP PRINTS. • CONTRAST PIPING IS GREAT FOR HIGHLIGHTING INTERESTING LINES IN A PIECE OF FURNITURE. • WHEN MIXING AND MATCHING, PLAY WITH SCALES TO BALANCE A LOOK.

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DECORATE

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SHOP THE LOOK *

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BLACK DOUBLE GOURD LAMP

$315

FAUX PYTHON TRAY

$50-60

ABSTRACT ART “PIECE XV”

$300

HEARTS TRAY

LAVENDER SPOTTED SILK PILLOW COVER

$25

$45

GREEN PIPED LEOPARD SETTEE

$1300

SOCIETY SOCIAL MADISON MIXER

JONATHAN ADLER UPPERS CANISTER

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$98

$20

PINK IKAT $12 COCKTAIL NAPKINS

APPLE GREEN WIDE PETITE VASE

TORTOISE SHELL LOWBALL GLASSES

$20

$50

PURPLE SHORT NECK PETITE VASE

$185 BLUE AND WHITE GREEK KEY GARDEN STOOL

GOYARD BOWL

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Art & History Lesson: 18 TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE, FAUX BAMBOO, AND MODERN DESIGN Today the faux bamboo look, characteristic of Chinoiserie flair, is notable in everything from colorful chandeliers to embellished coffee tables and appears in many decorating styles from glamorous Hollywood Regency to serving as accent pieces in traditional and even mid-century modern spaces. It is a highly recognized detail in furniture design, with roots along the Silk Road that gives a subtle nod to the cultural importance of globalization and the beautiful effects it can have on art and design.

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FUN FACTS Imported goods resulting in the trade between East and West began to increasingly influence European design during the 18th century. By the 19th century this route had been dubbed the Silk Road by Ferdinand von Richthofen, a German geographer and scientist. Many including the likes of English designer Thomas Chippendale and the King of France, Louis XIV, began to embrace Eastern stylistic elements, also known as Chinoiserie, as it blended easily with the rococo or “late Baroque” style. The whimsical and playful nature of Chinoiserie chic including the cabriole leg, associated with the “ball and claw foot” or “Queen Anne style” and faux bamboo detailing grew in popularity all over Western Europe from Brighton’s Royal Pavilion, designed by architect John Nash, to the gilded Palace of Versailles. American faux bamboo furniture can most famously be attributed to 19th century, New York based, R.J. Horner & Company. R.J. Horner pieces are highly sought-after in the antique market due to their ornate craftsmanship and rare availability.

HAYWORTH BAR CART

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FAUX BAMBOO IN MODERN DESIGN 1. Jonathan Adler 2. Jonathan Adler 3. Naomi Stein 4. Hutton Wilkinson, Harper’s Bazaar 5. Mary McDonald 6. Celerie Kemble 7. Betsy Burnham, Lonny February/March 2010 8. Palmer Weiss, Lonny October/November 2010 9. Bruce Glickman and Wilson Henley, Elle Décor 10. Isabel Lopez-Quesada, Architectural Digest 11. Tom Scheerer, Elle Décor 12. Grant K.Gibson

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DECORATE

FAUX BAMBOO AT SOCIETY SOCIAL Bonjour, bamboo!

THE BEVERLY LOUNGE CHAIR & OTTOMAN ALL-WEATHER ALUMINUM FOR ENTERTAINING INDOORS AND OUT! @societysocial #manifestomagalog

LOREN 3-SHELF CONSOLE

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DECORATE

MARCELLA HEADBOARD

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LOREN 3-SHELF CONSOLE

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APRIL SHOWERS BRING MAY FLOWERS

MALACHITE

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PAINTERLY CHEVON

ART DECO AZURE

THE BEVERLY BUNCHING TABLE ALL-WEATHER ALUMINUM FOR ENTERTAINING INDOORS AND OUT!

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DECORATE

OUTDOOR LANTERN

OUTDOOR PILLOW

HAPPY HOME:

Bringing the Indoors, Outdoors BY LINDSAY DRESS At the Social, we’re all about stretching our dollar as far as it can go and in high style to boot! What better way to do so than purchasing a piece of fancy yet functional furniture that serves two purposes? Whether you’re indoors or out, the all-weather Beverly Collection in our signature faux bamboo will make for a happy home!

OUTDOOR COCKTAIL TABLE

OUTDOOR GARDEN STOOL

INSIDE LOOK OUTDOOR RUG @societysocial #manifestomagalog

OUTSIDE LOOK

INDOOR CHANDY

INDOOR ART

INDOOR JAR

INDOOR PYRITE

INDOOR PILLOW

INDOOR COCKTAIL TABLE INDOOR RUG

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SNEAK PEEK!

Fretwork Fancy

We’re constantly jiving, imbibing, and designing away so check back at the Social often for all that’s shiny and new!

Fantastical Feet

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Nail heads

Racy rattan

EMAIL US AT

CONTACT@SHOPSOCIETYSOCIAL.COM FOR PRE-ORDER INFO!

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Even bottles of booze chosen with intent and placed artfully can become a lovely vignette. We pulled items from our vintage collection plus a few new goodies from the shopping list to show you how to bar cart beautiful. Entertain with sophisticate swagger, Socials!

CANDY BOWL

FARMER’S MARKET BASKET @societysocial #manifestomagalog

GOLDEN LION BOX

VINTAGE PHOTO, 1920S REPRINT “ A SOCIALITE AND A GREYHOUND”

COMB BLOSSOM BRANDY

RESPLANDY MUSCAT DE ST JEAN

VINTAGE LAMB PLANTER COMB VODKA

HIBIKI12 JAPANESE WHISKEY

ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS

DEVLIN BAR CART MILK BOTTLE LOWBALL SET

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Through the Years:

by Amy Mikkelsen

1960’S: VODKA MARTINI

1970’S: TEQUILA SUNRISE

This classic cocktail became a 60’s The origins of this colorful concoction sensation when it debuted on the big can be traced back to the infamous screen via a savvy spy by the name of restaurant in Sausalito, California known Bond…James Bond. Never before had as “The Trident” in the early seventies. a martini seen so much action! “Shaken, Janis Joplin was considered a regular not stirred” will never go out of style. and the Rolling Stones held post concert parties at the waterside locale. How’s that for groovy? @societysocial #manifestomagalog

1980’S: LONG ISLAND ICED TEA In a decade of “bigger is better,” it only seems appropriate that this tea colored tipple gained popularity. The indulgent drink boasts five different alcohols and goes hand in hand with big hair, bright fashion and mega pop stars.

1990’S: COSMOPOLITAN This stylish cocktail made quite a comeback in the mid 1990’s when it became the go-to drink of Carrie Bradshaw in the TV hit series “Sex and the City.” City girls across the globe coveted the “Cosmo” as much as their shoe collection.

2000’S: MOJITO The new millennium saw a return of artisanal creations like the minty, muddled mojito. Hand crafted drinks became all the rage due to their use of fresh herbs and garnishes. This foodie inspired libation brought a sophistication to cocktailing that will hopefully last well into the future!

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SOCIAL ETIQUETTE WITH

POPLIN & QUEEN PHOTOGRAPHY BY MILLIE HOLLOMAN Lindsey Cheek and Shannon Darrough, founders of new consulting firm Poplin & Queen, are dedicated to helping their clients put their best face forward, online and at home. The lively duo whose personal and professional backgrounds rival even the most well-rounded Southern belle offer extensive services includ-

ing creative content design, social media consulting, prop and interior styling, and event consulting. We were so smitten with their belief that you should dazzle, entertain, and charm in all aspects of life that we asked them to share their expert advice, over a few cocktails of course!

SEDGEWICK BAR CART!

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HOW TO BE THE

QUEEN OF THE SOCIAL

SCENE

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ONLINE • You wouldn’t display unflattering photos at home, why would it be any different for social media?  • Mind your P’s & Q’s — always remember to say thank you.  • Give credit where credit is due.  • Give more compliments than complaints.  • Your readers follow you for a reason, give the people what they want! • Update means up-to-date. Post your little heart out. 

AT HOME • You don’t have to have white linens. A colorful piece of fabric goes a long way.  • A monogram makes anything feel more special, from your napkins to your silver. • You don’t have to buy the whole set of china to have a beautiful table. We love putting just the salad plates on top of our every day white dinnerware to zhush up the table.  • Fresh flowers and a well thought out playlist will make your home more inviting. We love Buena Vista Social Club and Sam Cooke.  • Always wear something that you are comfortable in when you are hosting­—you’ve got to be able to move! Ballet flats can easily be dressed up when paired with your favorite costume jewelry.  • Avoid watered down drinks by using frozen fruit instead of ice cubes.

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Watermelon Bellini Recipe By Southern Living

INGREDIENTS 1 lime  2 to 3 tbsp. coarse sugar 3 cups frozen seedless watermelon  1 cup champagne or sparkling wine, chilled 2 tbsp. sugar  Pinch of salt  Additional sparkling wine Garnish: watermelon wedges 

PREPARATION Cut lime in half. Cut 1 half into wedges, and rub on rims of 8 (6-oz.) cocktail glasses; dip rims in coarse sugar to coat. Process frozen watermelon, 1 cup chilled sparkling wine, sugar, salt, and juice from remaining lime half in a blender until smooth. Pour mixture into prepared glasses; top off with additional sparkling wine. Garnish, if desired. Serve immediately.

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THE KEY TO A SENSATIONAL SOCIAL

NIKKI RAPPAPORT Before hosting a party, I place all the platters, trays, and boards (they don’t have to all match!) that I’m going to use out on a table and put a sticky note on each with the food that will be served on it. It helps me plan my menu and confirm that I have a place for everything. 

SHOKO WAGNER

LIZ JOY

NICOLE GIBBONS

Take your friends up on their offers to help—sometimes it’s just not possible to do it all. If someone else wants to help guests with their coats, make a few cocktails, or take the dessert out of the oven, wonderful. Just say yes! 

When entertaining, I want my guests to leave their crazy days behind them at the door and enter into a relaxing feel good atmosphere. I do this with good music, something like Jack Johnson and/or Bob Marley in the beginning of the night to unwind from the day, and a good 80s mix to dance to at the end of the night.

Aim to have your preparations complete at least a half hour before your party is set to start. You never want to be running around getting your last minute details in order while your guests sit and wait. It’s also a good idea to hire help for things like mixing drinks and serving food if you can. It’ll free up your time to mingle and engage with your guests.

Favorite Cocktail: My favorite cocktail is a French 75. I can’t resist anything with champagne! shoandtellblog.com

Favorite Cocktail: It’s nice to serve a signature cocktail. I love pinkberry lemonade which is basically spiked lemonade with fresh blueberries! shorelychic.com

Favorite Cocktail: I love a good white sangria in the summertime. It’s so fruity and refreshing and I like that it’s lighter on alcohol content than other cocktails. For a fresh twist add tropical fruits like pineapple and mangoes and use a sparkling wine instead of a typical still varietal. sohautestyle.com

Favorite Cocktail: This summer my favorite cocktail is a Moscow Mule. It’s cool and refreshing...perfect for a hot backyard BBQ! cupcakesforbreakfast.com

JESSIE EPLEY Break out the fine china! When I have girlfriends over, I dress up the table and serve pizza on my wedding china. Life is too short, so use the good stuff. Favorite Cocktail: Cilantro Jalapeño Margarita horchata-jessieleigh.blogspot. com

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LINDSAY MARIE

HANNA SEABROOK

MELISSA MIDDLETON

CHEDVA KLEINHANDLER

No need to be a master mixologist to throw a great soiree. Take some of the pressure off by serving one or two signature cocktails. Be sure to keep your bar well-stocked for guests that might be inclined to make their own.

Plan the party that allows you to be yourself. You set the tone for your guests so running around, setting up, or preparing the food distracts from the relaxed atmosphere you want to create. Plan and prepare ahead so when they walk in the door you are just as much a part of the party as the drinks, dishes, and decorations. 

Serve apps truffled- a drizzle of truffle oil or salt or truffled honey on asparagus, deviled truffled eggs, drizzle oil on cheese, truffled popcorn! Not all oils are created equal. This one is my favorite, La Tourangelle White Truffle Oil. 

Make it your own! I always like to add a little personal twist to my tabletop. It’s usually a tablecloth I’ve sewn or a personal fabric pick that I’ve draped over the table. It’s easy and sets off the mood and color scheme for the entire party!

Favorite Cocktail: Dark n’ Stormy thepursuitofstyle.com

Favorite Cocktail: The “JENESEQUA” - top shelf vodka, fresh juiced grapefruit, splash of St. Germain and Favorite Cocktail: The Edge- splash of soda. wood from Holeman & Finch jenesequa.com Public House, Atlanta GA 

Favorite Cocktail: Spiked Lemonade roomsandwords.com

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NATALIE NEWMAN Ambiance is everything! Create a custom playlist with some background music for your guests {Ray LaMontagne is my go-to man for background tunes} and light a few unscented candles to set the mood.  Favorite Cocktail: Peach Bellini  nataliemerrillyn.blogspot.com

HEATHER ROBERTS BAILEY MCCARTHY Your guests’ fun is directly proportional to yours, so unTOBE REED less you enjoy doing it, don’t stress over perfection. Hand Adhere to the mantra of overdoing four things; a party each guest a fuerte margarita should always have an excess as they arrive, and things get pretty entertaining pretty of food, refreshment, music quickly. Also, people love a and toilet paper. cheese tray, but no one wants Favorite Cocktail: Vodka to look like a fatty. Pre-slice press or a dry red wine your selections into bite size becauseitsawesome.blogspot. portions so no one is forced com to get aggressive with a wheel of brie- unless that’s their bliss.

I love to have little napkins made in honor of the event. Add fun art or a foil stamp and you have just added a personal touch. Also, I love making flower arrangements. Whole foods is my favorite flower resource – inexpensive and with a great selection! Favorite Cocktail: The San Telmo (a nod to Buenos Aires’ San Telmo neighborhood) ivyandvine.com

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N O T R H E E I L L E I V L O I E L N S SIDE I E F IL

Mix and mingle with the Mrs. now!

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MEET THE REAL SOCIETY SOCIALS A V I S U A L G U I D E T O D E C O R A T I N G B Y T H E S O C I A L S T H E M S E LV E S !

DARLINGTON CHAIR & BLUE LATTICE PILLOW

Make your home’s entry exciting. Like a great invitation to a party, your entry should be creative, fun, and beautiful. Don’t be afraid to add a pop of color to set the tone for your home.

CHRISSI SHIELDS PARADISE, TX CHRISSI SHIELDS INTERIORS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MOLLIE CARPENTER styledchaos.blogspot.com

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ERIN’S SEDGEWICK MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA I adore the Sedgewick. I love how the top doubles as a stylish tray! I love to lift and serve then use the tray throughout the night.

MICHELE’S PIPER AND CUSTOM DUCHESS THE PARIS HOUSE DESIGNS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY SON SAM ROSENTHAL

HEATHER’S FIFIS SANTA MONICA, CA

LYNDA’S DRAPER WOODLAND, CA

It’s all in the details. Accessorize with artwork, books, and other items that express your personal style. Don’t be afraid to create the space you really want.

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TAMRA’S MADISON MIXER NEW YORK, NY

MEREDITH’S MARILYN SOFA AND DRAPER CROCODILE TABLE | CHICAGO, IL The brighter the better! If your room is happy, you will be too!

ASHLEY’S POSH POLKA DOT PILLOW HONOLULU, HAWAII One Fine Day at smittenandswell.blogspot.com

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LOREN’S MALACHITE PILLOWS RALEIGH, NC

Stay neutral with large pieces. A clean foundation will allow you to slowly collect a variety of accent pieces that genuinely reflect your personal style. Some of my favorite items in my home are collected and special to me like my vintage elephant stools, matador painting, and antique perfume bottles from my grandmother.

JOYUS’ HQ DOUBLE BAR CART SAN FRANCISCO, CA

VIRGINIA’S COCKTAIL PARTY CREDIT: SARAH VILOTTI DESIGN

NIKI’S DRAPER OSTRICH END TABLE SANTA BARBARA, CA Do not underestimate accessorizing. Edit, edit, edit! What you use is just as important as what you don’t.

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DECORATE As a lawyer, I’m a far cry from a style expert, but my best “tip” is this: resist the urge to decorate immediately upon moving into a new space. I’ve found that living in and acclimating to new surroundings—for three, six, or even twelve months—before making significant changes allows me to the opportunity to get to know the space better, which in turn informs my renovations, styling, and decorating choices.

KATHERINE O’S VINTAGE VIGNETTE GEORGETOWN, ME

CAILY’S HOSTESS CHICAGO, IL My husband and I used some vintage glasses we found from a flea market as well as our amazing stemware from our wedding. We like mixing old and new finds and we love experimenting with old and new drinks!

CARRIE’S SEDGEWICK BAR CART RALEIGH, NC

BEAR’S DINNER PARTY FOLDING TABLE OSTERVILLE, MA For those who struggle with how to combine color and pattern, I suggest looking to your wardrobe for inspiration.   It’s no surprise when people come into my home their immediate reaction is “this is so you!” as I think the way you live and the way you dress are the building blocks of your style DNA.

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Don’t feel boxed into a particular design aesthetic, be it modern, vintage, contemporary, etc. Find bits and pieces for your home­—of any genre or era—that speak to you. Your home should tell a story of who you are. 

Fabrics are used to add color and drama to spaces. When mixing fabrics try to keep it to 3-5 fabrics, and make sure they do not compete with with one another.  Using a floral, stripe and geometric together can make a great combo.

ATHENA TABLE

Invest in original art! Even if it’s a vintage find from a flea market, original art will set your design apart from the rest and can be a great inspiration in a new project!

CHRISSI SHIELDS, PARADISE, TX CHRISSI SHIELDS INTERIORS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MOLLIE CARPENTER styledchaos.blogspot.com

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vintage wares

hostess gowns

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The Well Appointed

LADY OF THE HOUSE She can command anything from a cocktail to a cup of tea and everything in between.

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home furnishings

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HAYWORTH BAR CART

LOREN 3 SHELF CONSOLE

INDOOR/OUTDOOR BEVERLY OTTOMAN & LOUNGE CHAIR @societysocial #manifestomagalog

INDOOR/OUTDOOR BEVERLY BUNCHING TABLE

SEDGEWICK BAR CART

SHOP NOW!

DEVLIN BAR CART

MARCELLA HEADBOARD

MRS. LILIEN BAR CART

MADISON MIXER BAR CART

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Manifesto Magalog II Part II