Parisian Delights in CT Cottages and Gardens

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While I have often contributed to the online edition of CT Cottages and Gardens, I am delighted to report that my first print article for the magazine appears in the June issue now on the stands. A front of book piece also featuring my own photos, it highlights the trend of blue I spotted at Maison et Objet and Paris Deco Off in January, coordinating with the water theme of this summer issue. CT Cottages & Gardens You can read more about my picks, above, in the issue but there were, of course, quite a few more images that I could have added such as Jim Thompson’s silk ikat, Aura from the new Himma Gardens collection

CT Cottages & GardensManuel Canovas‘ Indian inspired 100% linen Persane in turquoise

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Nobilis‘ cotton Montauk

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Osborne & Little‘s semi-sheer ikat stripe Serifos with a seersucker effect

CT Cottages & Gardensselections from Pierre Frey’s Braquenie Mademoiselle Celestine collection

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beautiful silk pillows from de Gournay

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or limoges porcelain from Marie Daage

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So be on the lookout for the beautiful June issue of CT Cottages and Gardens and enjoy the cooling effect of our trending shade.

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14 thoughts on “Parisian Delights in CT Cottages and Gardens

  1. Stacy I adore these images, all of the colors and textures, so luxe!
    I will look forward to your article!

    2013 Designers Series
    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

  2. Can someone please tell me where the blue elephant is from, is it by Bacarat Crystal, like the one they did based off of the elephant of the Bastille?

    • Yes, the elephant is from Baccarat – it is the Mémoire Elephant vase holder in midnight blue crystal, based on the maharajas’ harnassed elephants – a very special limited edition.

  3. Congratulations, Stacey!!! Just getting back into the swing of things after our early summer trip. I’ll definitely pick up the magazine to see your work in print!!

    Have a wonderful time in Paris!!!
    xoxo Elizabeth

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