Friday, December 3
You know I love a good sale.
I am thrilled to share with you that one of my favorite companies, Serena & Lily (I might have officially fallen in love with them with my Elle Décor showhouse room - with using their perfect colored pink and green bedding).
Saturday is the exciting re-launch of their online Bazaar, which offers a collection of unique home décor items sourced from around the world.
Items are sold on a first come, first serve basis. The Bazaar will be open just for six days (or until the carefully curated gems sell out.) Once these items are gone, they’re gone.
A few peeks that I really love are the Mid-century Suzani upholstered chair (love taking a piece like this and adding an unexpected fabric), the handcrafted Mexican Folk Mirror and the original watercolor “State Fair” (by Sara Matson Westover.)
“We get so many calls about the props used in our catalogs, as our customers wanted to decorate their homes with same unique statement pieces,” explains Serena Dugan, co-founder of Serena & Lily. “By offering this rotating collection of items for sale, we’re giving our customers the thrill of the hunt we experience on our travels without leaving the comfort of their living room.”
Cross everyone off of your holiday list and make sure to check things out early!
See you there - well sort of. I will have my cup of coffee and be in my PJ’s.
Mid-Century Suzani Chair
Danish-style modern lounge chair from the 1960’s, re-painted dark, chipmunk brown. Cushions upholstered in antique Suzani fabric from Uzbekistan in shades of brown, ruby, yellow and bright pink, all embroidered by hand. Sold separately. Two chairs are available
Mexican Folk Mirror
Punched-tin mirror handcrafted by artisans in Mexico.
"State Fair," Sara Matson Westover
Original artwork by Sara Matson Westover. Primarily watercolor and guache, with layers of charcoal, graphite, watercolor pencil, and oil pastel, on heavy-weight, watercolor