Join us at a Circa Lighting showroom near you to celebrate the iconic designs of renowned ceramicist Christopher Spitzmiller. Attendees will have the chance to meet Mr. Spitzmiller and win a table lamp from his signature collection! Follow the links below for event details:

10/25 – Charleston, SC

10/26 – Savannah, GA

11/03 – Washington, D.C.

11/09 – New York, NY

11/28 – Atlanta, GA

11/29 – Houston, TX

Hint: Arrive early! The first 50 guests at each event will receive a signed plate in Mr. Spitzmiller’s premium marble glaze.

See you there!

SL Idea House 2016, Designer designer/architect, Bill Ingram

The 2016 Southern Living Idea House celebrates the history of the magazine on its 50th anniversary year. Located in the town of Mt Laurel just outside of Birmingham, Alabama, the classic Southern cottage was completed entirely by designers with roots in the region. Shop the lighting looks selected by these designers in our sneak peek of the home before planning your visit!

entry & stairway | ashley gilbreath

Ashley Gilbreath of Montgomery, Alabama brings casual elegance to the entry and stairs with a series of Kristen Blakeney sketches, brass fixtures and a striped runner.

 

living room | mark d. sikes

Interior and fashion designer Mark D. Sikes created an inviting atmosphere in the living room with a color palette of warm neutrals.

 

dining room | margaret kirkland

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Atlanta-based designer Margaret Kirkland used color to balance traditional pieces with contemporary accents in the dining room.

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e.f. chapman for visual comfort
antique burnished brass

master suite | lauren liess

Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

The nature-inspired first floor master suite is the work of Lauren Liess, interior designer and author of Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating.

The spacious bathroom features grasscloth wallpaper, a white skirted tub and matching pair of luxurious marble vanities.

 

family room & powder room | bill ingram

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In addition to designing the house itself, Birmingham-based architect Bill Ingram decorated the kitchen, family room and adjacent powder room.

 

 

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Ingram selected bold, black and white striped wallpaper, antique brass sconces and a round bamboo mirror in the powder room.

 

bedroom | elly poston

Associate Decorating Editor and designer Elly Poston incorporated bedding and accessories from the Southern Living Home collection in her second floor bedroom.

 

bedroom | ashley gilbreath

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Ashley Gilbreath also designed one of the three bedrooms on the second floor in a youthful yet sophisticated style.

 

bedroom & pajama lounge | amy berry

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Dallas designer Amy Berry mixed modern art and antiques for a fresh take on a classic style in the third upstairs bedroom and bathroom.


 

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Berry selected a classic marble vanity, polished nickel fixtures and white subway tile in the cheerful bathroom.

 

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living

The upstairs living area Berry named “the pajama lounge” featured a round banquette and linen-covered walls, ceiling and sectionals.

 

The Southern Living Idea House is open to the public now through Dec. 18, 2016.

 

Visit southernliving.com for more information.

 

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The Traditional Home Southern Style Now Showhouse made its debut in New Orleans this spring. Transformed by 23 talented designers and artists, all originally from the South, the stunning Uptown District home celebrates the region’s cultural traditions while exploring the innovative ways they have been reimagined for 2016. Get inspired and shop this preview of the lighting looks selected for the showhouse! Photography by Brittany Ambridge.

Marbleized silk and gilded antique frames line the walls of the entry hall created by New Orleans-based designer Melissa Rufty.

Product design aficionado Reagan Hayes created perfect balance in the parlor with warm wooden pieces and geometric accents throughout.

 

Birmingham-based designer William Rankin McLure IV filled the canary yellow walls of the dining room with his own paintings and sketches.

Classic silhouettes are juxtaposed with sleek, modern accents in the sitting area designed by Catherine Brooks Giuffre, founder of CBG Interiors Ltd. in Houston, TX.

Lindsey Coral Harper styled the butler’s pantry with an arrangement of heirloom silver, monogrammed cocktail napkins, champagne and caviar.

The whimsical family room by David Ecton and Lance Jackson of Parker Kennedy Living celebrates southern charm and the duo’s affinity for bright color.

Atlanta-based designer Michel Boyd took a modern approach in the study with an eclectic mix of textures.

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kelly wearstler for visual comfort
antique-burnished brass

Blogger and interior decorator Paloma Contreras masters understated glamour in the bedroom she titled “the Dauphine Suite.”

The airy bathroom designed by Catherine Olasky and Maximilian Sinsteden features a soothing color palette and elegant polished nickel fixtures.

The canopy bed and bold patterned rug in Birmingham designer Ware Porter’s formal master bedroom exude traditional southern style.

Chad Graci and Christina Javanmardi of New Orleans firm Graci Interiors created a regal master bathroom with rich shades of burgundy and ornately framed mirrors.

The laundry room designed by Clary Bosbyshell of Margaux Interiors Ltd. features fresh, floral wallpaper and crisp white linens.

 

 

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SIR Development is an award-winning luxury home builder in Fairfield County, CT. Our Greenwich staff has the sincere pleasure of working with in-house designers Shawna Feeley and Gaëlle Dudley, who ensure each SIR Signature Home is finished with exquisite fixtures and furnishings.We are thrilled to shine our Builder Spotlight on SIR Development and share some of our favorite projects designed by this talented duo! 

In addition to selecting the interior finishes found in SIR’s award winning homes, Shawna and Gaëlle collaborate with buyers to bring their design visions to life. Their access to high-end sources, attention to detail and organization make the customization process an easy and enjoyable experience for everyone involved.


jacqueline chandelier
aerin for visual comfort
burnished silver leaf / white acrylic

“I love my work because I truly understand that we are building someone’s dream.  It’s an opportunity to work with the best craftsmen, materials and resources. Whether it be a high-end luxury home or a house with a leaner budget, my design/build experience is a critical asset to executing our client’s vision as effectively and as beautifully as possible.”

– Shawna Feeley

“Details are the essence of what make your home special. It is important for your house to have individual style and personality in each room with an overall cohesive flow.”

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The SIR design team demonstrates their ability to balance luxury and functionality in their design of this bright and roomy closet. The ample storage includes a center island lit by a crystal George II Small Chandelier by E.F. Chapman.

For a cohesive look in the master bathroom, they selected George II Single Sconces to flank a pair of elegant nickel mirrors at the vanity. 


Follow SIR Development on Houzz, Facebook and Instagram
to see more of their stunning work!

 

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Known for its Southern charm and unmatched hospitality, Charleston, South Carolina is home to some of the most distinguished restaurants and boutique hotels in the country. Take a tour and shop the lighting looks from some of our favorite spots to dine and unwind in the Holy City!

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Every guestroom in this circa 1804 boutique hotel features original architectural elements including heart pine floors, high ceilings, period millwork details and classic piazzas. Interior design by Alana’s Ltd. Interior Design.

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the gadsden house
The circa 1798 Gadsden House is a grand Federal style mansion, serving today as one of Charleston’s most sought-after venues for weddings and special events. Restored and designed by Luxury Simplified Construction In partnership with the Historic Charleston Foundation.

photo: priscilla thomas photography

photo: priscilla thomas photography

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the spectator
The stylish Spectator Hotel resides in the heart of Charleston’s enchanting French Quarter district. The architecture and decor celebrate the splendor of 1920s art deco and the Golden Age of Travel. Interior design by Jenny Keenan.
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husk
Award-winning chef Sean Brock values authenticity above all when it comes to the menu at Husk: “If it doesn’t come from the South, it’s not coming through the door.” Interior design by Michael Shewan of Michael David & Associates.
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the restoration
Uniting classic elegance with a natural and easy going Southern touch, The Restoration hotel translates its hometown’s vibrant local history and culture into a casual yet luxurious hospitality experience. Concept curation by Cory Ingram of Identity Atelier.
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Visit our Charleston showroom or shop the entire collection online.
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The new year will bring many fresh interpretations on a color palette that continues to dominate home décor trends in 2016: all-white everything! Light fixtures in white hues can add dimension to a whitewashed space or serve as crisp, neutral accents in a colorful room. Explore our wide variety of white finishes and styles – now in stock and ready to ship!

Elizabeth Newman Interior Design

hampton pendant
by aerin
plaster white

Country Living March 2016


holborn large lantern
by e.f. chapman
old white

Andrew Howard Interior Design

 

Chango & Co.

 

Martha O'Hara Interiors

Martha O’Hara Interiors

 

Liz Carroll Interiors

 

Dyfari Interiors


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Kate Marker and her dedicated staff offer a full range of design services and a carefully curated studio in Barrington, Illinois. Her keen eye for color, pattern and understated glamour is reflected in every home she designs. We are delighted to share some of our favorite projects from Kate Marker Interiors with you this week – each one more inspiring than the last!

hampton residence

 A fresh mix of metals and neutral palette make this kitchen an inviting place to cook, dine and gather. The industrial style pendants and linear fixture above the dining table add modern appeal.

The kitchen and dining area opens effortlessly into the living room. Bronze fixtures with clean lines add warmth and interest to the space.


classic ring chandelier
by e.f. chapman
bronze

morris large lantern
by suzanne kasler
polished nickel / frosted glass

bryant sconce
by thomas o’brien
polished nickel

 

alden residence

This kitchen demonstrates one of the beautiful benefits of polished nickel fixtures: they reflect natural light, making your home brighter even when they are not lit!


basil large flush mount
by alexa hampton
natural brass


morton table lamp
by aerin
gilded

Kate achieved the luxe, layered look of the formal dining room with embroidered wall coverings, velvet upholstered chairs and an eye-catching quartz chandelier.

george ii large chandelier
by e.f. chapman
quartz / polished silver

watergate residence

Kate selected an eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories in tranquil tones for the airy living room.  Elegant ceiling molding frames the canopies of gilded lanterns overhead.

The rich tones and textures of the island and oversized hood stand out in this all-white kitchen. Classic bell lanterns add a subtle country-home feel.

All photos courtesy of Stoffer Photography and Kate Marker Interiors.

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The pieces you’ve been eyeing in our new product preview have finally arrived! These highly-anticipated items from some of our top designer collections are now in stock and ready to ship. Shop this month’s Hot List to be among the first to own these trend-setting pieces!

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Shop the entire collection online or in any of our showrooms.

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This fall, Traditional Home Magazine opened its fourth annual Napa Valley Designer Showhouse to benefit the Napa Valley Film Festival. The “Randolph Street Revival” consists of three historic properties in downtown Napa, where visitors can admire the work of more than 20 talented designers.

Today we will be featuring two of the properties: a 1935 Tudor Revival home of renowned Napa winemaker, Drew Neiman, and the guest cottage of the historic Inn on Randolph. Get inspired and shop the lighting chosen by the designers in a few of our favorite spaces!

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The 2015 Traditional Home Napa Valley Designer Showhouse is open daily through
Sunday, November 15, on Randolph Street in Napa’s historic downtown area.
To reserve tickets, go to: TraditionalHome.com/NapaShowhouse

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This fall, Traditional Home Magazine opened its fourth annual Napa Valley Designer Showhouse to benefit the Napa Valley Film Festival. The “Randolph Street Revival” consists of three historic properties in downtown Napa, where visitors can admire the work of more than 20 talented designers.

First up is 367 Randolph Street: an 1880’s Victorian-style cottage, now home to newlyweds Paul and Carlisle Engelhardt. Get inspired by this beautifully restored property and shop the lighting chosen by the designers in a few of our favorite rooms!

 master bedroom: david hansen

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den & powder room: kriste micheliniKriste Michelini2.2

hall & mudroom: bryan tapper

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Stay tuned for PART 2 next week featuring a winemaker’s Tudor Revival and the redesigned Inn on Randolph!

The 2015 Traditional Home Napa Valley Designer Showhouse is open daily through Sunday, November 15, on Randolph Street in Napa’s historic downtown area. To reserve tickets, go to:  TraditionalHome.com/NapaShowhouse

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