At Home with my Collection for Williams Sonoma Home

This has been such an exciting time between being in New York to participate in this year’s Kips Bay Showhouse and the launch of my collection with Williams Sonoma Home. It is so nice to see the creative endeavors I have worked on for so long come to life and I have been so touched by the wonderful outpouring of support. In my experience sourcing pieces for clients, I usually find it helpful to see pieces in context, so I thought might like to see how I have styled some of the pieces from my collection in my home.

The Black and White Inlay Octagonal Mirror shown with the Large Silver Orb, Brass Hexagonal Vase, Black and White Inlay Obelisk, and Black and White Inlay Box atop a 19th C. Antique French Commode

The Greek Key Applique Duvet and Shams with the Ikat Lumbar Pillow in Pink in my Bedroom

The Greek Key Applique Throw Pillows in Black/White and White/Black (they also come in Blue/White and White/Blue) on my Sofa with an Assortment of Accessories in the Background

The Brass Hexagonal Tray with Rattan Handles on top of my Dining Table with the Sweetzer Pendant Hanging Overhead

The Antique Octagonal Mini Mirror Caps off a Moment in my Dining Room


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