Bravo for Ballard!

Paris Park Prints

I received the new Ballard Designs catalog in the mail today and was rather impressed by several of their new products. Ballard has long created great furniture and accessories that help one to achieve the look for less.

Taking a key from the quintessential New York Subway print, Ballard created this Paris Places Print.

(Just ignore the cheap-looking chandelier.)

This is the cover image for the new catalog.

I love this adorable Antiqued Birdcage Mirror.

The graphic quatrefoil design on the Balerma Rug is fantastic.

Ballard continues the quatrefoil theme with their new Trellis Mirror. It is featured in an office ensemble in the front of the catalog. That particular room looks so good (much better than this one), but I couldn’t find a picture of it online.

The Atoll Mirror is fabulous! I want this for our bedroom.

It looks like they did a great job with their mercury glass Apothecary Jar Lamp.

These pillows are part of Ballard’s new Limited Edition Bespoke Pillow Collection.

The Crown Filigree Pillow from the Bespoke Collection
(Though not truly bespoke, the pillows are hand-finished.)
All images via Ballard Designs

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  1. I am in love with all the mirrors, especially the birdcage. Thanks for sharing this. I haven’t made it to my mailbox where I am sure I have a copy waiting. 😀