So this year’s Dwell on Design is off to a great start. Â We have teamed with our favorite furniture company Fermob to co-host a booth with them in the outdoor area along with the Â Southern California Chapter of the APLD (Association of Professional Landscape Designers) whom Fermob so generously lent their beautiful furniture to for their free landscape design consultations. Â Here are some highlights of the show:
This started off a little shaky since we weren’t able to even begin decorating our booth until after 3pm on Thursday.
But by 5pm we had really made some headway. The tile pavers from Concrete Collaborative were what held us up, but they were so pretty we had to forgive them.
We finished around 9pm and were very pleased with ourselves (okay, sounds a little cocky but at that point we were so exhausted we had to be). Because not only had we done our booth, we had also decorated the outdoor patio for Living Home’s absolutely stunning C6 Prefab Home but we weren’t allowed to start that until 4:30pm!!!!!
Here’s the main seating area with a vintage bench and two Sixties Chairs from Fermob.
A Sixties Table with a new “Midnight” Nantucket Series from Petersen Pottery.
Also for the show we used the plexi idea for these letters on a Limited Edition White City Planter in our Booth. Â Thought it was cute. Â What do you think?
But for us the biggest thing has been the introduction of our newest color on the Circle Pot…Chartreuse! Â And the giant rebar tree we put it in was kind of a show stopper too.
Besides our booths, other favorites were BKB Ceramics from Joshua Tree who have also ventured out into the amazing blue tile seen above (and their pots are the photos above that).
These super cute Seedling “Boats” by Orta Kitchen Garden.
Lisa Neimeth Ceramics…which we’ve carried and loved.
These gorgeous vases by Sara Paloma.
The super sexy, textured work of Josh Herman CeramicsÂ who we fell in love with last year.
Sunbrella was there promoting their beautiful colors and lines. Â My cushions have been out for over 5 years now and I never bring them in and they are still going strong. Â Rock on, Sunbrella!
These chairs were stunning and we hope to be carrying them soon. Â Super comfortable!
And these beautiful “Meadows” created by John Greenlee.
There is so much to see and do, I have to stop. Â Dwell on Design goes through tomorrow so there’s still time to go. Â Get over there!