Atlanta Was Hot!
Literally. It was 70 degrees most of the time we were there for the America’s Mart Gift Show. Our new color, Palm Beach, Darling, certainly reflected the balmy mood. It brought a bit of sunshine to the gray, rainy days at the show. Despite the warmth it was wet!
Despite the fact that we really hadn’t seen a pinky-coral like our Palm Beach, Darling in lighting or home furnishings before, it was evident in fashion, especially among the hip. We love this guy! Could the color be more of a match? Even the backpack!
Of course our new friend Casey just looked sweet in her matching color.
We also saw quite a bit of our color from last summer, No Scurvy Lemon.
So what’s new? Introducing the new Chappy Chandy!
The Captain’s Compass Table!
The new Moderne Sconce!
And we’ve started producing our Giant Glass Hurricane again! Perfect for table or garden.
And of course, plenty of PINKY-CORAL PALM BEACH, DARLING GOODNESS!
We even made some new friends.
We have long adored designer and writer Erika Ward, but she was even more delicious in person. In the January issue of Better Homes & Gardens you’ll see her beautiful home and office that was styled by Annette Joseph. You’ll also catch a glimpse of one of our little orange tables in her daughter’s room.
We were caught by these two for stalking them on Instagram.
Say hello to the duo behind Parker Kennedy!
See you all this Saturday-Tuesday in NYC for NYIGF!
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