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Break out the cocktail napkins and crudités – tis the season for spring-time celebrations. From traditional topiaries to white paper leaf garlands and ornaments, this collection elevates tabletop design and sets the perfect foundation for your own personal touches.
Rich with saturated colors of rubies, emeralds, and sapphires, the Modern Opulence Collection pairs the intricate detail of Old World Design with a modernized color palette.
For the young as welel as the young-at-heart, this entertaining Halloween Collection takes a cue from the crafty, hand-made trend. One-eyed, toothy jack-0-lanterns consorte with folk art carts, owls, ghosts and witches.
Fresh lavender blooms and burlap baskets of shiny green Granny Smith apples evoke images of the French Market. An open-air market where one may happen upon antique and unusual fi nds as well as undiscovered herbs and freshly-picked produce. Tout arrive en France.
Bold green orbs of dark moss fl oat in a hanging garden paradise. The Conservatory Collection brings plants out of the grounded garden and into the negative space around us. Hanging wire orbs dangle an assortment of ferns and feathered greens, fi lling space in a newly imagined way.
Darling patchworks in plaid are paired with chalkboard-painted ornaments I this collection that famed designer David Tutera named one of his 10 favorite things. Cherry Hill Lane is inspired by “Classic Christmas” in red and white with touches of evergreen. Antiqued glass ornaments add a nod to Christmas nostalgia.