Winter is here and we are trying to finish our holiday shopping before it's too late. This month, our designers chose items that bring smiles to their face, joy to their hearts, and style to their spaces.
JUBILEE TREE by Schoener
We love creating unique holiday trees and had the wonderful honor of creating this bright and whimsy tree for the charity Jubilee REACH. Every holiday season they host the Festival of Trees, a holiday tree auction. We are excited that this colorful, ornament packed holiday tree will be the focal feature of someone's home this season.
LINDA SCHOENER, Principal Designer
STRIPED BULLDOG by Interior Illusions
Weighing in at 15 lbs, this bulldog might not win the next WKC show, but it does win a place in our hearts. This 24 inch long resin statue features a hand-painted onsie, so no two figurines will be the same. Add it to your space for that perfect touch of endearing abstract art.
BRENT LITTLEFIELD, Interior Designer
GLASS TREES by Simon Pearce
If you're looking for glass artwork that captures the beauty of the forest, then these pieces are the perfect thing. From clear, to "flocked" with white, gold, and silver, these evergreen glass sculptures offer year round art for your home. Add a LED light up base to illuminate from the bottom, or entwine some fairy lights around the bases for a holiday flair.
DANA PAYNE, Interior Designer
KANO SIDEBOARD by John-Richard
Storage does not have to be boring. This sleek silhouetted sideboard provides ample storage for your dining or living space while exuding an understated elegance. The croc-embossed doors add a subtle flare, making it the perfect piece for your home.
ROBYN BRIDGMAN, Interior Designer
TRIANGOLO SWIVEL CHAIR by Planum Furniture
Modern style? Check. Durable leather? Check. Swivel base? Check. Full customization for placement of neutral, color, and metallic leather? Check! This comfortable lounge, swivel chair is sure to be the functional and stylish piece you've been looking for.
JENNA LONG, Interior Designer
Tell us what you would like to see from us next year.