Thursday, October 25, 2012

Top 10 Gifts at Scout

Believe it or not, it is time for Gift Season!  We were reminded by Partner's Card, which starts tomorrow.  Scout for the Home is participating, so it is the perfect time to buy gifts from our store.  With the purchase of a Partner's Card, most of our store is 20% off from October 26th until November 4th.  Each card is $60, and the proceeds go to support Camp Twin Lakes.  
We are not including Sale Items or Jewelry in Partner's Card.
If you are coming by Scout for the Home to shop, here are our Top 10 picks-

1) Voluspa Candles-  Our favorite is the Printed Tin Candle.  This present is great for anyone on your list!
$20 each

2) John Robshaw Printed Bone Frames
$45 each 
3) Tea Lights- We can't keep them in the store!  Dress up your table for the Holidays.
$12 each
4) Pehr Laundry Baskets- The perfect gift for any girl.
$75 each
Look how great they look in a room-
5) Taupe Candy Throw- This is a great price for the quality, all of the Candy Throws are so soft! 
$105 each
6) Burl Wood Planks and Cheese Knives (Set of 3)- This is a great way to display your favorite cheeses for appetizers.
Wood Planks- Short $45 and Long $60
Bark Cheese Knives (Set of 3) $64

7) Jennifer Bates Pottery- Jennifer just brought in 4 new berry strainers, they go fast!  The Pitchers also make great vases.
Berry Strainers $42
Pitchers $28-34 depending on size 

8) Hammered Bowls and Vases- This is an easy way to spice up a Powder Room, Coffee Table, Side Table, etc...
Bowls $66 each and Vases $44 each 

9) John Robshaw Totes- A great Luggage Item for anyone!
$135 each

10) Shell/Mother of Pearl Salt and Pepper Shakers- At this price, it is a great gift for anyone.  One of those presents you can't buy yourself but would love to have!
$20 each

We hope you like our list!  Come in tomorrow and start shopping!

Friday, October 19, 2012

Layer Up

Fashion Bloggers are all blogging about "Layering your way into Fall," but this saying works for Interiors as well.  A great way to "Layer" a room is by adding a Throw Blanket.  Throws add depth to your room, and they are an in expensive way to add a pop of color or mute a loud piece of furniture.  In these colder times, they also serve as practical purposes.  Here are a few examples-

Right now we are stocked up on throws at Scout for the Home.  Here are a few of my favorites we have sold before-

From left to right, top to bottom-
1) Herringbone Throw 2) Green Wool Throw 3) Candy Stripe Throw Cream/Stone 4) Matteo Knot Throw 5) Candy Stripe Throw Cream/Slate
1-3 are in the store now!

Just for fun, while we are on the subject of "Layering"... here are three fall fashion looks I love from Pinterest-

Have a great weekend, and don't forget to "Layer Up"!

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Get the Look- Tabletop

The next "Get the Look" is for Tabletop, and I found two inspirational photos.  

It is a perfect time to post on Tabletop, for the Holidays are right around the corner!  Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, I know you will formally set your table a time or two.  By pulling merchandise in the store, this is the "look" I have created-
1. Seagate Bowl $13 2. Dinner Plate $18 3. Salad plate $14
4. Copley slipcovered side chair $1,125
5. Vineyard Oak Dining Table $1,975 6. Matteo Napkins 4 for $45
7. Tea light $12 8. Placemat 4 for $55 9. sampling spreaders 4 for $54

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Southern Living Idea House

Have you seen or visited this year's Southern Living Idea House?  Two of our upholstered pieces are in the House!  

First the Copley Slip-covered Sofa-

Second the Spool Chair-



If the Spool Chairs look familiar to you, you have seen them before.  Remember the Lake House I am working on?  I used them in the Breakfast room-

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

And.. we are off!

Ryan and I are headed on a two week get away to Paris and Belgium! 
Our first stop is Paris-

For the most part, our agenda consists of eating, drinking, sight seeing, and flea marketing.  Every morning, I hope to wake up to this-

Wishful thinking, but I know we will eat and drink our way through France...


And when finished, we will head off to Belgium...


I have posts lined up for when I am gone, but when I return, you will see a few highlights from our trip!