We love jewel tones so much we decided to dedicate an entire post to them! What better way to pay homage to our favorite color palette than to create a roundup of some of our go-to jewel tone pieces? You’ll see perennial favorites like our Baldwin Gray Tufted Chairs and brand new pieces like the McCoy Peacock Green Velvet Chairs that we just added to our collection.
Our Billie Merlot Sofa is one of our favorites! The photo below shows her before we made her frame a beautiful natural finish. We love her for every season!Look at these burgundy goblets! Aren’t they amazing? Sooo deep and beautiful. We are in the process of adding more to our inventory as we speak!Drum roll, please! Meet our new McCoy Peacock Green Chairs. We are in love with this color!! We even have a matching sofa named the Hatfield!
PHOTOGRAPHERS: || 1. Carly Fuller || 2. Josh Wong || 3. Elizabeth Fogarty || 4. Lauren Kinsey || 5. Photography Du Jour || 6. Anne Robert || 7. Elizabeth Fogarty || 8. Elizabeth Fogarty || 9. Sarah Aaron & Megan Harris Photography || 10. Erin Tetterton || 11. Anne Robert || 12. Jacqui DePas || 13. Rachel May || 14. Rachel May || 15. Carly Mendiola || 16. Erin Tetterton || 17. Anne Robert || 18. Anne Robert ||
Season 2 of The Crown comes out on Netflix today, and we couldn’t help but be reminded of this gorgeous shoot that features our San Clemente Low Farm Table, Madeline Ivory Vintage Chairs, and props! Working alongside the planners at Sincerely Pete Events is always a blast, and this was no exception. Inspired by the work of the French painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard, this shoot is simultaneously luxurious and whimsical. Stunning jewel tones fit for a royal complement overflowing centerpieces full of lush flowers, artichokes, and painted eggs. And doesn’t the bride’s Sera Vero gown look like it jumped right out of an episode of The Crown?!
Our Madeline Ivory Vintage Chair makes the perfecting resting spot for this gorgeous dress- so pretty!!
We love how they incorporated our St. Charles Vintage Books into these detail shots! Everything looks better when its displayed on a vintage book!
Welcome baskets are such a sweet way to greet your guests, and this one by The Welcoming District is especially stylish!
The combination of so many of our favorite pieces makes for a positively picture perfect table! Our San Clemente Low Farm Tables make for such a cozy dining experience and we love how our assorted velvet pillows look paired with our Bernadette Blush Turkish Rug.
We love how the flowers in this centerpiece flow so naturally into the artichokes, leafy greens, and cheese platter. It makes everything look so much more rich and organic!
PHOTOGRAPHY: Erin Tetterton || PHOTO ASSISTANT: Julia Rochelle || VENUE: Germanna Foundation || FLORALS: Taffy Floral || VINTAGE RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals || PLANNING: Sincerely Pete Events || MODEL: Rorie || ACCESSORIES: Mint Lola || HAIR: Shear Society Studio || MAKE-UP: Rachelle Lane || JEWELRY: Mangan Jewelers || DRESS: Sera Vero || TUX: Lapel || BOWTIE: Brackish || CAKE: Fleur & Flour || GIFT: The Welcoming District || PAPER: Earnest Bee Calligraphy & Design || GLASSWARE: Salt & Sundry ||
We are so excited today because (drum roll, please…) some of our favorite serving pieces are featured in the newest issue of Washingtonian Magazine!! Vintage accents are the perfect way to dress up a table, and we’re so happy a few of our must haves could be featured in a local DC mag. We absolutely adore our Delilah Vintage Silver-Plated pieces and they look even better displayed alongside the delicious food in this month’s issue. So go pick up a copy today and get to dreaming up your next tablescape!
How amazing do our vintage serving spoons and forks look?! We’ve been collecting these beauties for years and we still can’t get enough of them!
Pay attention the details at your next event- small items like our charming demitasse spoons have a huge impact on guests!
PHOTOGRAPHY: Scott Suchman || PROP & FOOD STYLING: Lisa Cherkasky || PHOTO DIRECTION: Anna Marina Savvidis || PAGE DESIGN: Kellie Duff || RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals
We so loved being a part of this gorgeous gathering and are super excited to finally share these photos with you all! Made With Love is all about fostering community among artists and encouraging their creation of quality products- a mission which is definitely close to our heart as we love nothing more than sourcing and designing original pieces! At the end of October, Made With Love Journal put together this sweet event for some DC artists to bond and get to know each other at Appointed Co. We were thrilled when MWL asked us to provide furniture rentals for the event (we got to show off our brand new Tenley Square Farm Tables!), and we absolutely loved getting the chance to work alongside some amazing local vendors!
These fall flowers from Sweet Root Village are the perfect accent to the rich colors and character of our reclaimed wood farm tables!
How amazing do our Palmer Garden Chairs look with our new Tenley Square Farm Tables?! Talk about a match made in heaven!
This was the first time we debuted our Tenley Square Tables and we couldn’t be happier with the result! We’re obsessed!!
More and more people are opting for donuts in lieu of other desserts and we’re totally on board! How good do these sweet treats by Astro Doughnuts look?!
We hope you enjoyed these gorgeous photos from the event and be sure to check out Made With Love Journal if you want to learn more about the amazing work of their featured artists!
LOCATION: Appointed Co. || FLORALS: Sweet Root Village || RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals || FOOD: Bailey Weaver || DONUTS: Astro Doughnuts || JUICE: Greenheart Juice Shop || COFFEE: Maketto
If you follow us on Instagram, you probably know my true passion is taking forgotten, vintage pieces and turning them into something awesome–like these new Tyler Bar and Tyler Back Drop– with a bit of creativity and A LOT of elbow grease! We do a ton of refinishing and custom building work and I realized we never really give you an opportunity to see the before and afters of our pieces—mainly because I get so excited to start the pieces I never take before photos! But I’m going to make a concerted effort to start taking “before” pictures so you can see what we start with and then see the finished product!
Baltimore-DC Event Planner Lauren Niles asked us to build a natural wood bar and bar back and I suggested using architectural salvage elements and she loved that idea, so we went to town figuring out elements that would make for show-stopping pieces. My husband Zach is a genius at figuring out how to transform elements that I pick out into bars and backdrops and he did not disappoint on this one–am I right?! We used architectural pieces that were once in a 1880s house in Philadelphia and constructed the Tyler Bar and Tyler Backdrop out of them. It took tons of stripper, sweat, and elbow grease, but we are so thrilled with the results! I hope you are too! Introducing our new Tyler Bar and Back Drop and Bar Back!