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STYLE FILE

2018 SUMMER EDITION


Welcome to the Summer 2018...

...edition of the Style File, a

design resource packed with

our favorite trends, tips and

stylemakers to watch as we

head into summer and beyond.

The warmer months are a time

to shake off creative restraints

and let your hair down in every

sense of the word—a feeling

we’re embracing in the Summer

Style File! Whether you’re looking

for the hottest color palettes

of the moment or seeking a

trend forecast for the future,

it’s all here inside these pages.

Need a little travel inspiration,

or a peek behind the curtain at

celebrity-at-home style? We’ve

got you covered there, too. At

REstyleSOURCE, we inspire our

creative readers to dream big

and live beautifully, seeking out

and collaborating with the best

makers, designers and style

influencers to deliver visual

inspiration right when you need

it most. The result? A curated

guide for sourcing products

that’s sure to inspire your next

brilliant project! Read on and

discover the Summer issue of

the Style File, your digital pocket

guide to style and decor!

UPCOMING

MARKET DATES

LAS VEGAS SUMMER

MARKET

July 29 - August 2, 2018

NY NOW

August 12 - 15, 2018

DALLAS TOTAL HOME

AND GIFT MARKET

September 6 - 8, 2018

MAISON + OBJET PARIS

September 7 - 11, 2018

CASUAL MARKET

CHICAGO

September 25 - 28, 2018

HIGH POINT FALL

MARKET

October 13 - 17, 2018

THE ATLANTA

INTERNATIONAL GIFT

& HOME FURNISHINGS

MARKET

January 8 – 15, 2019

LAS VEGAS WINTER

MARKET

January 27 - 31, 2019

! The REstyleSOURCE Team

On the Cover: Tiffani’s Office

Vibe in 5, full story on page 5


MEET CANOPY

A lush tropical scene comes to life with exotic blooms and rich

hues. With Canopy, you can truly get lost in your decor.


AmericasMart | High Design | B1 / First Floor

July 11-15, 2018

Permanent Showroom

ADAC | 351 Peachtree Hills Ave NE

Atlanta, GA 30305 | Suite 207

470.225.6704 | upcountryhome.com


I

f If you love your work, as the

saying goes, you’ll be happy every

day of your life. But give yourself a

beautiful space to work in, and you’ll

skip off to the office every day with

an extra bright smile on your face! A

beautiful workspace is exactly what

Tiffani Thiessen had in mind for her

recent collaboration with interior

designer Kristin Alber.

Tiffani, a multi-passionate creative

whose career highlights include

actress, lifestyle influencer,

cookbook author and more, needed

a fresh, feminine redesign for

her home office. Located in her

sprawling 1920s-era residence

(previously the home of Jack Warner,

head of Warner Brothers Studios, it

has hosted countless members of

Hollywood royalty over the years),

the office includes a sitting room

and powder room. It is situated just

steps from her children’s rooms—an

absolute must for this hands-on

mom! Also a must was incorporating

the original vintage doors and

windows, one of Tiffani’s favorite

elements in the space.

Working in her signature eclectic

modern style, designer Kristin Alber

created a space that feels elevated

and feminine, but is also kid-friendly

and highly personal. Custom-built

case goods, piles of plush pillows,

and luxe finishes such as bronze and

marble give this home office a truly

personalized look that reflects the

creative powerhouses that dreamed

it up. Read on for more sneak peeks

behind the design!


"We loved the idea

of doing a gallery

look over the sofa

with artwork

from Tiffani’s

collection mixed

with pieces from

Shadowcatchers

Art" — Kristin


The Macy Sofa by Rowe Furniture (seen

here in a stunning navy velvet) was one

of the first items Tiffani selected for the

sitting room. Kristin complemented this

look with a vibrant rug from Jaipur Living,

and additional seating from Rowe. “The

Gigi swivel ottomans and Pate chair in

beautiful muted tones were just right for

the extra seating ," says Tiffani.

Since the sitting room’s tufted sofa and

scalloped chair both offer so much surface

detail, everyone agreed the space needed

something clean and classic for balance.

“The [ Ashlynn Coffee Table] from Classic

Home was just right ,” Tiffani explains.

“This rug from Jaipur Living really

pulls everything together in the space.

It’s beautiful and the we love the vibrant

color.” — Tiffani

JUSTINIAN CHAIR FROM

SELAMAT DESIGNS

“I absolutely fell in love with

this chair the moment I saw it.

It’s sexy, feminine but strong,

and just downright gorgeous!”

— Tiffani


“The room had beautiful built-in

bookcases full of so much character!

We complemented Tiffani’s existing

book collection with decorative books

from E. Lawrence. We added in personal

photos and mementos like vintage

cameras that belonged to Tiffani’s

parents," said Kristin.

There is a charming little nook that

leads to a secret room next to the

bookcases. They used this space to

create a reading and music area where

the kids can cozy up and read while

Mom is working in the office.


“In the powder room we were

dealing with a very small space.

So we knew we wanted wallpaper

to make it pop, and the black with

gold peonies from Tempaper was

perfect. It wasn’t too busy and

kept with the vibe of the rest of

our space.” — Tiffani


As a shared office for Tiffani and her

longtime assistant Tory Sparkman, the

main design challenge was figuring out

the best way to fit in two desks and a

sofa, while maintaining the bright, airy

openness of the room.

"We worked with Tritter Feefer to design

two custom pieces for the space. A desk

for Tiffani and a console to stylishly store

additional office items. We used their fog

finish and custom gold hardware to really

make it special," Kristin reveals.


“We loved that we could pick

the color we wanted for the

Rowe office chair, as we wanted

something soft and romantic to

go with the desk.” — Tiffani

DISTRESSED GOLD LEAF

WALLPAPER FROM

TEMPAPER

Sometimes, design decisions

are just magic! A certain slant

of light passing through the glass

French doors and reflecting off the

pearlescent finish of this Tempaper

wallcover had everyone enchanted, leading

to a last‐minute decision to create an

accent wall in the office.

A Special Thanks To:

FOUND by domestic bliss

Rowe Furniture

Jaipur Living

Tritter Feefer

Shadow Catchers Art

Classic Home

Tempaper

Selamat Designs

UpCountry

E. Lawrence


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BEHIND THE DESIGN

The driving idea for Mrs. Paranjape Papers is

to offer classic design concepts with a fresh,

modern twist and limitless installation options.

Strong geometrics, bold and timeless color

hues, and playfully modern patterns are

intended to transform any space.

Versa Stripe

Lattice

Dashing

Six designs in a variety of color ways:

Yves Blue • Signature Green • Truly Taupe

Naturally Neutral (ivory) • Jet Blac

Greige (dark grey)

Formation

Addition

Shagreen


VERSA STRIPE

Seems simple enough, right? Just a stripe

wallpaper. But wait, there’s more! The stripe

is designed on the horizontal, instead of the

traditional vertical orientation. Not so straight

laced, how about we print it on an angle?

LATTICE

Palm Beach vibes without falling too far into

kitsch. So very classic, but also scaled to feel

modern. Want it to create a soft backdrop?

Go Truly Taupe. Need some volume? How

about Yves Blue?

DASHING

Destined to be a popular pattern... it's both

boho and traditional; both fresh and timeless.

This lightly-weighted stripe adds a perfect

backdrop for any space!

“I've spent years hunting and

sourcing wallpaper for my

projects and I'm thrilled to have

the opportunity to create a library

of wallpapers that I would love

to use for my clients! Several

designs are fresh, playful spins

on familiar patterns and textures.

The new Collection’s color palette

features both recognizable hues

that are very much aligned to my

'new classic' aesthetic, such as

Yves Blue and Signature Green,

as well as a strong foundation

of neutrals that are so versatile. I

have these papers going up

in several projects around the

country and I can't wait to see

how others use these papers!”

-Lori


UPCOMING EVENTS

FORMATION

This layered and soft geometric is an

instant makeover! A perfect wallpaper to

brighten a mudroom or dramatically

update a hallway.

COAST TO COAST: EXPANDING

YOUR DESIGN FIRM WITH A

BRICK & MORTAR PANEL

Sunday, July 29, 2018

1:00PM - 2:00PM

Building C: Building C

Seminar Room, C174

ADDITION

A pattern I've tried to chase down for several

clients and couldn't find: so I designed one!

The idea is simple... a familiar symbol

that feels new when laid out on a clean,

white backdrop.

TOURING THE TRENDS

WITH MRS. PARANJAPE

Monday, July 30, 2018

4:00PM - 5:00PM

Building C: Tour of SALON West

& C5 at Las Vegas Market

PROSECCO & SNEAK PREVIEW OF

THE MRS. PARANJAPE PAPERS

Monday, July 30th

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Mitchell Black, C582

SHAGREEN

A luxe texture converted into a smooth

finish print. The color selection can be

transformative. In the neutrals it's a chic

backdrop for any space; in Yves Blue or

Signature Green, it's playful and modern.

INSIDE: OUT… OUTSIDE: IN PANEL

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

11:30AM - 12:30PM

Building C: OW Lee Company,

Building C, C1301


B EST

OF THE

WEST

MONDAY, JULY 30TH FROM 3:00PM-4:00PM

BUILDING B, WORLDVIEW ON 16

CO-HOSTED BY

MODERATED BY

JESSE BODINE

OF SCOUT & NIMBLE

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Jesse Bodine is the president and

co-founder of Scout & Nimble, an

online home furnishings e-commerce

site where designers across the

country build shoppable designer

rooms. Scout & Nimble allows users

to shop with confidence, offering

expert advice from top designers to

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JESSE BODINE

[MODERATOR]

Scout & Nimble

Columbia, Missouri

@scoutandnimble

take the guesswork out of decorating

and minimize costly design mistakes.

In addition to Scout & Nimble,

Jesse has continued to take on

interior design projects throughout

the country, including luxury new

construction and full-service design.

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TOP TRENDS

1. BOLD DARK GREENS

Currey & Company,

C398, Lilou Table Lamp,

Green

2. VELVET MATTE FINISH

Noir, C399,120 Ceramic

Vase with Lid, Beton

Finish

3. MARBLE

Selamat Designs, C301,

Kilkenny Round Board

4. WOVEN TEXTILES

Four Hands, A140,

Kade Outdoor Dining

Chair

5. HEIRLOOM RUGS

Loloi Rugs, B462,

HQ-06 BONE /

CHARCOAL Rug

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Originally from the San Francisco

Bay Area, Caitlin Wilson grew up with

a love for beautiful art and design.

She founded Caitlin Wilson Design

in 2007 and since then has been

featured in numerous publications

including Black & White: (and a Bit in

Between) by Celerie Kemble, and has

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CAITLIN WILSON

[PANELIST]

Caitlin Wilson

San Francisco, California

@caitlinwilsondesign

designed spaces from San Francisco

to the Cayman Islands. Pattern and

color relationships form the basis

of Caitlin’s design work as well as

Caitlin Wilson Textiles, a collection

that brings spaces to life in an easy,

affordable, and beautiful way.

TOP TRENDS

1. CRISP WHITE ACCENTS

Jamie Young Company,

C460, Monty Table Lamp

2. FLORALS

Natural Curiosities,

C596A, Pignier Lillies

3. BRIGHT BLUE

Bungalow 5, C455,

Albin Sofa Velvet

Cushion Cover, Blue

4. PLUSH WOOL RUGS

Safavieh, Inc., A101,

SFK920P Rug

5. CLASSIC STRIPES

Worlds Away, C369, Lyno

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Close friends and graphic designers

Chelsea Shukov and Jamie

Grobecker founded Sugar Paper

in 2003, after falling in love with the

simplicity and nostalgia of letterpress

printing. Today, Sugar Paper is

renowned for its chic design aesthetic,

CHELSEA SHUKOV &

JAMIE GROBECKER

[PANELISTS]

Sugar Paper

Los Angeles, California

@sugarpaperla

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unparalleled taste and perfectionism.

Having been featured in publications

including Martha Stewart Weddings,

Vogue, InStyle, Lucky, Vanity Fair and

Domino, Sugar Paper is a trusted

resource for their upscale, stylish

celebrity clientele.

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TOP TRENDS

1. BLACK + WHITE

PHOTOGRAPHY

Wendover Art Group,

C378, Tulip

2. NATURAL BLUES

Accent Decor, Inc, C124,

Moscow Pot

3. GOLD JEWELRY

Jane Marie, C801,

16” Gold Free Form

Pearl, 3” Ext.

4. SANDY HUES

tgb Brands, C691,

Solana Mini Tassel

Oblong Scarf

5. CRISP WHITE

Simply Curated, C1035,

Peony + Salt Soy Candle

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6. GINGHAM PILLOWS

Eastern Accents, A130,

Phipps Slate With Flange

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Jenny Komenda is a Phoenix-based

interior designer who runs the awardwinning

blog Little Green Notebook

and the design business Juniper

Studio. Currently a contributing

editor for Domino, Jenny’s work has

also been featured on many sites

JENNY KOMENDA

[PANELIST]

Little Green Notebook

Phoenix, Arizona

@jennykomenda

and publications ranging from House

Beautiful and HGTV to Vogue and

The Wall Street Journal. She was

named as a “Designer to Watch”

by Elle Decor and as the “Reigning

Queen of DIY” by Better Homes and

Gardens.

TOP TRENDS

1. MID-CENTURY

TARTAN CHAIR

Blue Ocean Traders,

C403, Helsinki Chair, Plaid

2. TURKISH RUG

Tayse Rugs, C768,

FVW3102 Ivory

3. CERUSED WOODS

Global Views, A153,

T-Flex Table-Black

Cerused Oak

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4. HANDMADE-LOOKING

OBJECTS

IMAX Worldwide Home,

A429, TY Persimmon

Woven Baskets - Set of 4

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5. TUFTED LEATHER AND

BRASS BENCH

Four Hands, A140,

Oxford Bench

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Kristen Forgione used expertise

gained from a background in wedding

and event design to launch The

LifeStyled Company, a blog chronicling

her authentic and purposeful design

aesthetic along with DIY tips and

home décor trends. Five years

later, LCo Design has grown into a

KRISTEN FORGIONE

[PANELIST]

The LifeStyled Co

Gilbert, Arizona

@lifestyledco

flourishing full-service design and retail

studio servicing clients throughout

Arizona and beyond. Kristen’s work

has garnered national attention from

media outlets including HGTV, Houzz,

The Today Show, Modern Luxury

magazine and Luxe Interiors + Design.

TOP TRENDS

1. ABSTRACT ARTWORK

Wendover Art Group,

C378, Longitude 2

2. COLORED CONCRETE

Sagebrook Home, A427,

Decorative Cement

Planter, Gray

3. CACTUS

Sullivan, Inc., C966,

Cactus Plant

4. EAMES-STYLE CHAIR

Dovetail Furniture and

Designs, B159, Belmont

Chair w Ottoman

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5. NUDE SHADES

Jaipur Living, B424,

SBK06 Throw

6. BRASS & GLASS

GLOBE CHANDELIER

Arteriors, C379,

Dallas Med. Chandelier

Ryan Garvin is a California native

who spent his formative years in the

beautiful state of Colorado. He began

his notable photography career

a decade ago, and pays special

attention to horizontal and vertical

lines with his work, seeking out natural

RYAN GARVIN

[PANELIST]

Ryan Garvin Photography

Irvine, California

@ryangarvin

light and interesting and thoughtful

details at each shoot. Ryan’s work

can be seen in renowned print and

web publications, ranging from Elle

Decor to Traditional Home, as well as

in the portfolios and Instagram feeds

of countless top interior designers.

TOP TRENDS

1. BEACH ARTWORK

Leftbank Art, A229, Meet

Me There I

2. BELGIAN LINEN SOFA

Bassett Furniture, A953,

Designer Comfort Exeter

Studio Sofa

3. CONCRETE

COFFEE TABLE

Moe’s Home Collection,

C474, Maxima Coffee

Table

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4. BOWL OF DECORATIVE

MOSS

D&W Silks, B401, Large

Moss Ball in Round

Concrete Bowl

5. MID-CENTURY

BAR CART

Uttermost, B416, Xandra

Gold Serving Cart


BEHIND the LENS

TIPS FROM PRO PHOTOGRAPHERS

Q+A with John & Maura Stoffer

Chicago-based John and Maura

Stoffer are a dream team—a

husband & wife photography

duo that shoot some of the most

beautiful interiors we’ve ever

seen! Here, John offers up some

of their best tips & tricks for

interior designers & aspiring

photographers alike.

WHEN DID YOU DEVELOP

A PASSION FOR INTERIOR

PHOTOGRAPHY?

My mother is a designer, so I

have always been around that

world. I feel like I grew up in a

house that was in a constant state

of renovation, the dust never


eally settled! She bought

me my first professional

camera and lens so I could

photograph her finished

projects. Fast forward 8

or so years, Maura and I

purchased our first home

and fell in love with design

and how a space feels and

flows. We’ve found that

we love translating good

design into images and that

we make a great team. I get

more overall room shots,

and Maura has knack for

capturing vignettes and

showing off how different

rooms flow together.

SOMETIMES YOU’VE GOT

TO SNAP A PERFECT PIC

QUICKLY! WHAT ARE YOUR

FOUR BEST TIPS FOR

GETTING DSLR-WORTHY

SHOTS FROM A PHONE

CAMERA?

SNAP IT IN A PINCH:

››

Clean off your lens.

You’d be surprised at how

much clearer your images

are if you wipe off all your

fingerprints first.

› › Use natural light.

One of the first things

we do when we walk

into a space is shut off

all the lights so only the

natural light can show off

the space. It gives better

colors and a more emotive

feelings of a space.


››

Get low and keep your lines

straight. Perspective in rooms is

usually better from around belly

button height and the human eye

craves straight lines and horizons.

››

Shoot a ton. Get a bunch of

different angles and exposures

so you can pick the best shot

later without having to settle or

reshoot.

A PERFECT INTERIOR DESIGN

SHOOT BEGINS BY SETTING THE

STAGE WITH GREAT LIGHTING,

ACCESSORIES, AND SO ON. WHAT

ARE YOUR FOUR FAVORITE THINGS

TO INCLUDE IN A SHOOT?

We always love when a space is

flooded with natural light but that

is not always the case. One major

thing we use in our professional

photography is a tripod. We often

take long (10 seconds or more)

exposures of somewhat dark rooms

and it can end up feeling like a

bright and airy space. In terms of

propping, simple is always better.

You don’t to take attention away

from the space, only add and

highlight it. A simple plant, flower

arrangement, or tray of baked goods

should do that trick (and we’ll help

you eat them afterwards).

SOCIAL MEDIA IS A MUST FOR

DESIGNERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS

ALIKE. ANY TIPS FOR WHAT

MAKES A REGULAR PIC INTO AN

INSTAGRAM STANDOUT?

Let your personality shine and

hone in what makes you unique

or different as a designer or

photographer. Good content is

everywhere in the social media

world we live in now. What people

are looking to latch on to is a unique

perspective.


FINALLY, WHAT DO

DESIGNERS NEED TO

KNOW ABOUT FOSTERING

A CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP

WITH A GREAT INTERIOR

PHOTOGRAPHER?

Gosh, we love all the

designers we shoot for! Here

are a few tips that we find

make things smoother and

more fun when shooting:

››

Trust. A great

relationship starts with

trusting each other;

micromanaging while

on a shoot is a great way

to slow things down and

stifle creativity.

››

Be in sync. Find a

photographer that has an

aesthetic that matches

yours so as they are

shooting you can feel

confident that they are

getting what you need and

want, in the style that you

desire.

››

Clean up. Have the

space that is being shot

clean and styled when the

photographer arrives, that

way you can get right to

shooting.

› › Keep it fun. Make sure

you get along! You’re

going to be spending a

good amount of time

together, you might as

well enjoy the company.


Justina Blakeney is the designer behind

the award-winning design blog, Jungalow.com,

and the New York Times best-selling book,

The New Bohemians. Justina has partnered with

Selamat Designs to bring you a line of boho-chic

furniture and accessories sure to add

positive vibes to your home.

FURNITURE • HOME DÉCOR • LIGHTING

www.selamatdesigns.com


summer 2018

HOTLIST

DESIGN TRENDS ACROSS THE USA


THE NORTH

PHILLIPS + GILLIGAN INTERIORS

Chicago, Illinois

NEW MATERIALS: "We are excited

about porcelain for counters and

walls and wherever we can put

it! The look is so close to marble

without the aggravation of etching

and chipping."

COLOR STORIES: "We can't get

enough of the pastel eighties colors

that are making a comeback. The

peaches and lighter blues make us

excited for summer after such a long

midwestern winter."

UNUSUAL COMBINATIONS:

"We love mixing metals when we

can get clients on board with it.

Matchy-matchy feels so safe in

a design but mixed metals feels

intentionally sophisticated."

SURFACE DETAILING: "Anything

with bone inlay is a win in our book

but we're also loving all of the

globally inspired textiles. Mud cloth

and indigo was just a start – we're

excited by cactus silk and African

baule and anything block printed.

Not only are they gorgeous but they

are a great way to bring pops of

color and pattern into a room."

THE SOUTH

PENCIL AND PAPER

Nashville, Tennessee

PRETTY LITTLE DETAILS: "We're

seeing lots of pretty 'fluting' in both

furniture and architectural details

– loving this chest from Wisteria

and the beautiful new café at Kelly

Wearstler's Proper Hotel in San

Francisco, CA."

COLORS FOR SUMMER: "Our forever

favorite color palette – classic blue

and white, with always a hit of our

signature tomato red – makes for

the perfect color palette for this

summer!"

GOTTA LOVE IT: "We are firm

believers in buying what you love,

the best rooms are a happy mix of

treasures artfully curated. This is a

design belief we think transcends

any trend."

Photo on left page:

Tempaper Maya's Papayas Wallpaper


THE WEST

TAYLOR ANNE INTERIORS

Santa Barbara, CA

RAINBOW HUES: "I expect to see

quite an explosion of color on the

west coast in 2018 and into next

year. Lemon yellow, vibrant green,

raspberry and lots of rich jewel

tones!"

ALL IN THE DETAILS: "Attention to

detail will become ever important;

architectural detail, intricate yet

modern patterns, traditional trims

applied in modern ways. Predicting

classic yet simple geometry in

millwork and cabinetry, saturated

colors on cabinets, dramatic stone

slabs and graphic floors in

kitchens/baths, and lots of

mixed metals."

THE EAST

CLARE KENNEDY INTERIOR DESIGN

Nashville, Tennessee

LESS IS MORE: "What I'm seeing in

Southern Design is a move towards

minimalism. People want to invest

in vintage, one-of-a-kind, and high

quality pieces that will stand the test

of time. I'm seeing less of a desire

from my clients to fill their house full

of 'things' but to make everything

we use be meaningful, unique and

special."

BACK TO NATURE: "Classic black

and white will never go out of style,

but people seem to be loving tans,

taupes, and natural elements in

design right now!"

Photo above: Alyssa Rosenheck

OLD WORLD CHARM: "I'm using a lot

of textured paints (lime wash) and

plaster finishes. My clients love that

it adds timeless texture and warmth

to their home and gives them the

'old world' feel."


REDISCOVER LOCAL

Nashville, TN

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best for

INTERIOR DESIGN

& HOME DECOR

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REDO HOME + DESIGN

2930 Didco Drive

Nashville, TN 37203

Located in Nashville's

"design district," Redo's

brick and mortar showroom

carries carefully curated

home furnishings, sourced

from brands that value

sustainability. The Redo design

collective offers free in‐house

design service to assist you

in furniture, lighting and art

selections.

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best for

COFFEE

KILLEBREW COFFEE

401 11th Ave South

Nashville, TN 37203

Light bites meet great

coffee in this stylish, casual

space, located on the ground

floor of the Thompson

Nashville hotel. Killebrew

is a killer neighborhood

coffee shop that serves up

locally‐roasted Revelator

coffee and house-made

pastries daily—and don’t

miss Friday & Saturdays

“After Dark,” when they

offer specialty coffee-based

cocktails!


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best for

OYSTERS &

CHAMPAGNE

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HENRIETTA RED

1200 4th Avenue North

Nashville, TN 37208

Nestled in a bustling

stretch of Germantown,

Henrietta Red is an

American restaurant—

named for Nashville‐native

chef Julia Sullivan’s

grandparents—offering a

seasonal, veggie‐forward

contemporary menu

centered around the

restaurant’s wood-burning

oven, along with a wide

variety of oysters and

shellfish. Headed out in a

group? The bar offers a

menu of shareable plates

and full raw bar, plus their

signature craft cocktails and

natural wines.

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best for

UPSCALE

ACCOMODATIONS

NOELLE

200 Fourth Avenue North

Nashville, TN 37219

Created by some of the

area’s finest makers and

artists, this one-of-a-kind

collaboration features an

on‐site art gallery, a portrait

& print shop and even a

quaint reading room—

there’s something new to

discover on each floor! The

more you look around this

unique historic hotel in the

heart of downtown Nashville,

the more you’ll want to get

to know Noelle.

Photography:

1. Redo Home + Design via Instagram

(@redohomeanddesign)

2. Killebrew Coffee (killecoffee.com)

3. Henrietta Red via Instagram

(@henrietta_red) 4. Noelle via

Instagram (@noelle_nashville and

Caroline Allison)


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A whimsical component

never goes unnoticed.

TRENDING

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YOUNG SOUTHERN

STYLE

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Style makes no sacrifices.

Pair together both

looks & personality!

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YOUNG SOUTHERN STYLE • As

refreshing as a lemon twist in a

glass of sweet tea, this look puts a

modern spin on classic Southern

style that satisfies and delights.

Hospitality reigns supreme in the land

of gracious living, so luxurious textiles

and a welcoming palette of neutrals

are essential. Contemporary art and a

lively rug offer a burst of youthful style

that keeps things fresh. Add a touch

of unexpected whimsy and charm—a

hanging porch swing is a must-have

for guests young & old—and you’ve

got a recipe for young Southern chic!

GET THE LOOK

1. Arrow Pillow

Pom Pom at Home

2. Nash Pillow

Libeco Home Collection

3. North Sea Stripe Pillow

Libeco Home Collection

4. Bed Swing with X Sides

Lowcountry Originals

5. Ribbon 5

Wendover Art Group

6. Ribbon 8

Wendover Art Group

7. Monterey Throw

Imagine Home

8. Set of 2 Hanging Trays Cmnt Finish

BIDK Home

9. Lulie Table Lamp LM-4067

Jeffan

10. Thea Chest

Currey & Company

11. HAR01 Orange Rug

Momeni

12. Cyprus Desk Gray

Classic Home

13. 1033-01 Chair

UpCountry Home / LEE Industries

SHOP THE TREND

JAIPUR

LIVING

BIDK HOME

LOWCOUNTRY

ORIGINALS

DALENO ART


REDISCOVER LOCAL

San Diego, CA

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best for

AN OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE

JAPANESE FRIENDSHIP GARDEN

2215 Pan American Road East

San Diego, CA 92101

Take five and get some cultural immersion at this 12-acre garden

based on centuries-old Japanese landscape techniques, created as

an expression of friendship between San Diego and its sister city,

Yokohama. Stroll the lush paths, spend time by a koi pond, or take in one

of many educational programs and exhibits, and breathe in the relaxing

atmosphere offered by the garden’s Japanese simplicity, serenity, and

aestheticism.


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best for

4

FLORALS

NATIVE POPPY

2335 University Avenue

San Diego, CA 92104

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Fresh flowers, unique gifts

and great coffee (they share

a space with local favorite

Communal Coffee) are all

found under one roof at

this North Park floral shop.

Native Poppy specializes

in wild garden style

arrangements, combining

lush colors and fun textures

to make every arrangement

a breath of fresh air!

best for

A MEMORABLE

MEAL

CAMPFIRE

2725 State Street

Carlsbad, CA 92008

Do you love the great

outdoors, but also crave

an exquisitely hand-mixed

specialty cocktail? Satisfy

your urge for both at

Campfire, a new & buzzy

camping-inspired restaurant,

celebrating the act of

gathering around a fire to

enjoy honest food shared

with friends.

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best for

LOCAL ARTISTS’

GOODS

MAVEN

2946 Adams Avenue

San Diego, CA 92116

Based in the hip,

pedestrian‐friendly

neighborhood of Normal

Heights, Maven is a curated

lifestyle shop with a focus on

handmade and independent

makers or labels. Owner Alex

is dedicated to providing a

platform for up & coming

brands, and cultivates the

local community by regularly

inviting artisans, makers and

creatives into the space for

events.

Photography:

2. Native Poppy via Instagram

(@native_poppy) 3. Campfire

(thisiscampfire.com) 4. Maven via

Instagram (@mavensd and

@annazeltins)


Scour your local antique shops

for the perfect artificial fruit

arrangement, embracing the

comeback of all things retro.

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TRENDING

70'S SPANISH

CASITA

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Infuse a tropical glow with

vibrant shades of orange.

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70'S SPANISH CASITA • Feeling so

over minimalism and ready to fall in

love with bold color & pattern? Spend

this summer in the 70s, tucked away

in a private casita full of artwork and

funky Mediterranean vibes. We’re

embracing the warmth, hospitality and

charm of Spanish style in this eclectic

look, which pairs baroque silhouettes

with retro-inspired hues like paprika,

mustard, and gold. Earthy tones and

neutrals will keep this bold look from

overwhelming small spaces, so try

pairing with soothing white walls

and natural flooring like cork, wood

or terra cotta tile, for a balanced look

that’s vintage yet uniquely modern.

GET THE LOOK

1. Figures 6754

Shadow Catchers

2. Bombe Sink Chest Black

Ambella Home

3. Sack Fruit Bronze

Global Views

4. Blister Melon Bronze

Global Views

5. Arles Chalk Paint

Annie Sloan

6. Swain Bench

Aidan Gray Home

7. Alden OR

Worlds Away

8. P1084 MH Black Ivory

Loloi Rugs

9. Bindi Gold Settee

John Robshaw

10. Midcentury Modern Large

Shadow Catchers

11. Crenulated Low Urn White

Handley Drive

12. Crenulated Tall Urn

Handley Drive

13. Marquee-Paprika

D.V. KAP Home

14. La Moda Collection

Accent Decor

SHOP THE TREND

STUDIO A

HOME

WENDOVER

ART

SPI HOME AND

GARDEN

SURYA


REDISCOVER LOCAL

Park City, UT

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best for

BOUTIQUE ACCOMODATIONS

WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE HOTEL

543 Park Avenue

Park City, UT 84060

Luxurious, heated pool & spa tucked into the aspen-and-spruce-lined

hillside? Check. Private chef & dining? Check? Exquisite art & antique

collection? Check. An actual Olympic torch from the 2002 Park City

games? Yeah, they’ve got that. In-room massage, valet, and exclusive,

original creations reserved for guests (check out George’s Boutique

during your stay for these). If you’re not ready to book a weekend in this

iconic, fully-renovated 1889 limestone landmark hotel…..can we go in

your place?


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best for

VEGAN-FRIENDLY

EATS

3

HARVEST

820 Park Avenue, Suite 101

Park City, UT 84060

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"Food. Coffee. People." That’s

the philosophy behind

all-day eatery Harvest,

who source many of their

ingredients from local

farmers and small-scale

producers. Whether you’re

enjoying a hearty Buddha

bowl or cold-pressed juice,

you’ll find something here to

nourish and satisfy. And the

coffee? Fair trade and locally

roasted, of course!

best for

INTERIOR DESIGN

& HOME DECOR

ROOT'D HOME

596 Main Street

Park City, UT, 84060

This serene interior design

boutique & full service design

office, located in the heart

of Park City, offers a fresh

take on mountain decor.

Clean lines and organic style

abound, from throw pillows

and rugs to lighting and wall

decor!

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best for

A GROCERY

CAFÉ

DEER VALLEY GROCERY

CAFÉ

1375 Deer Valley Drive

Park City, UT, 84060

Whether you’re looking to

“grab-and-go” or to linger

over your luscious avocado

& beet toast or Niman Ranch

BLT on housemade bread,

this quaint grocery‐cafe

hybrid is the place to grab

breakfast, lunch or an

early dinner. If you’ve got

the time to sit, enjoy views

and pristine mountain air

while dining lakeside on the

outdoor deck!

Photography:

1. Washington School House Hotel

(washingtonschoolhouse.com)

2. Harvest (harvestparkcity.com)

3. Root'd Home via Instagram

(@rootdhome) 4. Deer Valley

Grocery Café via Instagram

(@deervalleyresort and

@femalefoodie)


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TRENDING

Layers, layers

& more layers!

SUMMERTIME IN

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THE SIERRAS

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10

Layer beautiful brass accents against a

soft and minimal palette.

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SUMMERTIME IN THE SIERRAS • A

breath of fresh air, a cool breeze

over the mountains, and suddenly

you’re transported to a luxurious

alpine retreat. This look is inspired

by a summertime escape to the

Sierras, where indoor fabrics blend

into outdoor spaces seamlessly.

Earthy neutrals invoke a sense of the

natural splendor that awaits outside,

featuring high-end finishes that are

organically inspired, but more refined

than rustic. Embrace the season of

al fresco dining and entertaining in

an indoor/outdoor transitional space

inspired by the pinnacle of mountain

living!

GET THE LOOK

1. BI29 - Basis Rug

Jaipur Living

2. Madeline Sofa

Robin Bruce

3. Mirror Bonnie Round

Abhika

4. GES23 - Genesis Rug

Jaipur Living

5. Roxy 42 Inch Island Light

Kalco Lighting

6. Icelandic Ponies

Celadon Art

7. Belmont Dining Table

Mr. Brown Home

8. TF1.265

Tritter Feefer

9. TF1.137

Tritter Feefer

10. Roma Lounge

Summer Classics

11. Roma Ottoman

Summer Classics

12. Log Stool Roman Stone

Phillips Collection

SHOP THE TREND

TRITTER

FEEFER

MOE'S HOME

COLLECTION

VAGABOND

HOUSE

SUMMER

CLASSICS


REDISCOVER LOCAL

Seattle, WA

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HOUSEWARE

& GIFTS

2

SALT HOUSE

MERCANTILE

2812 East Madison Street

Seattle, WA 98122

Salt House Mercantile

was created to celebrate

“Northwest Sensibility”:

simple, clean living in

concert with the immense

natural beauty of the Pacific

Northwest. A curated

selection of high quality

American-made gifts,

small batch pantry goods

and beautifully crafted

homewares is available at

this uniquely beautiful shop!

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best for

BRUNCH

STATESIDE

300 East Pike Street

Seattle, WA 98122

Located in Capitol Hill,

Stateside offers quirky,

laid‐back elegance

alongside its menu of

modern Vietnamese fusion

cuisine. Brunch standouts

include the coconut yogurt

parfait layered with fruit and

sweet toasted grains, as well

as the decadent mashup

that is the Eggs Bao’nedict—

order your own, you won’t

want to share!


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A ROMANTIC

NIGHT OUT

4

THE PINK DOOR

1919 Post Alley

Seattle, WA 98101

Along the quaint Post

Alley at Seattle’s Pike

Place Market awaits

one of the city’s most

beloved restaurant

destinations since 1981,

The Pink Door. A classic,

produce‐driven menu, warm

& friendly atmosphere,

and entertainment such as

trapeze, cabaret, music and

tarot offer an unpretentious

escape from the everyday.

Major ambience alert: your

dining options include

nestling inside the cozy

dining room, relaxing in

the lounge, or taking in

spectacular views on the

deck overlooking Elliot Bay.

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4

best for

WINE BAR &

SMALL PLATES

THE LONDON PLANE

300 & 322 Occidental Avenue South

Seattle, WA 98104

Part cafe, part specialty foods

grocery and bakery, and

part floral shop, The London

Plane is a one-stop haven for

downtown residents, workers

and travelers alike. Stop by in

the morning for a coffee and a

handmade croissant, pick up

the day’s groceries & a

fresh floral bouquet, then

stop back after dark for

seasonally‐inspired mezze

plates, cocktails and an

international wine selection.

Photography:

1. Salt House Mercantile

(salthousemercantile.com) 2. Stateside

(statesideseattle.com) 3. The Pink Door

via Intagram (@rosesandroseofficial)

4. The London Plane via Instagram

(@aliciamlund)


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Whether strictly decor or

useful for more, a unique

statement piece will ignite

surprising conversation.

2

4

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10

TRENDING

PRETTY IN

PASTELS

5

Prettiest in pastel, embark upon

shades and sil houettes you never

knew possible.

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PRETTY IN PASTELS • Maybe it’s

coincidence, maybe it’s Instagram

(unicorn-tinted treats, anyone?),

but pastels have recently been

reborn. From fashion and frozen

drinks to high-end interiors, pastel

tones are emerging as the hottest

color trend of the moment. This

gelato-hued palette of strawberry,

pistachio, lemon and mint is fresh

enough to liven up kids’ rooms or

the most sophisticated living space.

The stark contrast between modern

geometric or flat organic shapes

and candy-colored hues gives this

look some necessary edge. A few

contrasting tones—bright mustard

yellow, soothing navy—help this

style walk the fine line between

forever young and all grown up.

GET THE LOOK

1. #902, #2278, and #2289

Kalalou

2. Lines Rose and White

Tempaper

3. Doodles Bicycle Sherbet

Design Ideas

4. Diagonal Pillow

Minna Goods

5. Chorus Pants Sage

ban.do

7. Moon Shag Pillow Gold

Minna Goods

8. Avvolto Herringbone Throw Cider

Huff Harrington

9. Collete Coffee Table

Go Home Ltd.

10. Wishes Ceiling Lamp

Zuo

11. Gold Shag Pillow

Minna Goods

6. N Chair

Julian Chichester

SHOP THE TREND

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