Those who have a terrace, patio or garden may like an fabulous chair or garden stool that is as much a piece of sculpture as it is a... The brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni designed their garden bench, called Allunaggio, in 1965 with spidery legs that put together it look like... Tord...
Bear a look through the fall decor catalogs or browse the aisles of furnishings stores and you'll see a recurring article: matte finishes. "Matte is having a moment right now," says Donna Garlough, Joss & Sheer's style director. It works because accents and lighting in a matte finish pair so...
We're out of one's gourd for melamine when it comes to dinnerware for casual outdoor dining ... exclaimed a local Williams-Sonoma sales associate as she inspected “Rustic,” a flexibility-summer arrival that mimics weathered tin. “Tableware designers are doing exciting ...
It's dishwasher-vault, of course, but improved methods of fusing colors to the melamine mean the patterns won't chip or scratch in the dishwasher, either. And the designs run the gamut from fabulous to elegant. Pretty ivy-laced white plates, for example ...
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For tableware, this look calls for all innocent everything, and some vintage-inspired glassware. Think California cool over East coast nautical - you can even throw in some pastels. Rattan lanterns will add a beachy vibe and some emerge considering to your table as
Peach on The well-curated Farm and Home sells a range of table linens, waxed oil totes, and woolen throws and blankets. A few blocks away, Hammertown stocks fixtures alongside French totes, hand-poured candles, and melamine plates. Asia Galleries has a