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From High Point to your Home

We think it’s time to talk about something beautiful after all of the back and forth of the last week – sooooo, let’s talk about our trip to High Point! Our heads are spinning with all of the fabulous new introductions and incredible products we saw.  We are sharing some of our fave finds.  Let us know what you like! We can work with you to bring these fabulous pieces into your own home as well as many of the other offerings from these great resources.

In the spirit of coming together, check out some of the fab collaborations we saw – when the right folks come together, lightening strikes and great things happen.  From Justina Blakeney and Selamat, to Michelle Workman and Pyar & Co, to Cotton and Quill and Travertine Home we saw some great partnerships blooming.


Selamat is always a favorite stop for us at High Point.  This market they launched their collaboration with Justina Blakeney,  which was Jungalow chic!  We just wanted to curl up in this amazing tent and stay forever. sigh, so much fabulousness in one place!



Also a favorite with Selamat is the Florence Broadhurst collection.  We snatched up this incredible Jade raffia and wood credenza with Kabuki inspired hardware for the showroom – Swoon!!  In fact, we have a LOT of Florence Broadhurst goodies heading our way – stay tuned for more info on this TO DIE FOR collection, which includes furniture, home accessories, mirrors, and art, all inspired by Florence Broadhurst’s groovy yet sophisticated patterns from the 60’s!



Wallpaper is making a big comeback, and there are so many great choices out there, but THIS collection just might take the cake!  Designs inspired by Julianne Taylor’s  (founder of Taylor Burke Home) time abroad living in Asia, the colors and patterns in this collection are fun, bold, and charming.  Come visit the Hingham showroom to see this fabulous book of patterns for yourself, or email us to see samples – they are truly amazing!  We couldn’t pick just one favorite, but here is a snapshot:




When we heard that some of our favorite design pals were working together, we truly could not WAIT to see what they created – and Blair and Kristen from Travertine Design and Mary Catherine from Cotton + Quill have pulled off some pretty stunning looks!  We got a sneak peek at the upcoming Travertine upholstery collection at the most fun designer dinner when we were at High Point.  My what they have done. We were swooning over the lucite and upholstery bench covered in Cotton + Quill’s tortoiseshell fabric, and those “Casablanca” swivel chairs with performance velvet backed by C+Q’s magnolia print. LOVE it all.   The Travertine gals are moms like us and they know how life can get in the way of fancy upholstery, not only are their pieces available in fabulous Cotton + Quill fabrics, but they also have a whole line of performance fabrics available or COM as well.  We loved it all!!


Not only did Travertine have fun new stuff to show off, Mary Catherine Folmar debuted Cotton + Quill’s new equestrian inspired collection entitled The Hunt.  It has the same elegance and whimsy that we love from her, but we can see some of the fabrics gracing a men’s study or country house.  We will have the new fabrics in the showroom soon – can’t wait to find the right project!


Paula Queen, our dear friend and aptly named design sovereign behind accessories company Pyar + Co has teamed up with the inimitable Michelle Workman to create a lush, feminine, and fresh trim collection.  Named “The Queen’s Conquest”, we are transported back to times of ruffle collars and beaded bodices all reinterpreted in a contemporary and groundbreaking way.  Truly inspiring!



Highland House has been a standout over the last few markets with collaborations with designers like Barrie Benson and Barclay Butera.  Their beautiful showroom at High Point continued to impress with the clean and classic, yet modern silhouettes in the assortment – their collaboration with Bungalow Classics Collection by Mr. & Mrs. B is just a stunner.  We love the lines of these pieces – fresh, yet somehow a throwback to sumptuous interiors in the 40s, but with a contemporary feel.  The “Courtney” bed was a jaw dropper.  A bed fit for Auntie Mame, our style inspiration!

As we talked about above with the new Pyar + Co collection, trims are a big thing this year.  The bigger the better.  We are loving the throwback tassel fringe on this sofa.

Not only do we love the lines of the Highland House furniture, but their use of fabrics has impressed us each time we visit.  The Stella fabric by Tulu textiles on those chairs is a favorite of ours, and the floral on the daybed feels nostalgic for summer days in Maine, reading a book.  Again, there is something both invigorating yet familiar in their sense of style at Highland House.


We had such a productive trip to market this Fall and we are excited to bring what we found into our Hingham showroom and into your home! So if you are looking for upholstery pieces for your home, be sure to visit us in Hingham or call/email us and we will be happy to show you more fabulous pieces from this line.

If you don’t already do so, please follow us on Instagram, we will be posting all of our new arrivals as we start to get in some of these exciting new products.

Now on to the holidays….if you can believe it?!



LOVING NOW, STYLE, Trellis Travels

Modernism Wow! Flashing back to the Christopher Kennedy Compound Modernism Week Showhouse

Spring is struggling to make its way to the East Coast as the daffodills try to peek through random snow squalls, so we are flashing back to a Friday back in February when we were in warmer, fashionable climate, setting up for our teen bath at the Christopher Kennedy Modernism Week Showhouse in sunny Palm Springs, CA.   This was the view from our room at the Saguaro Hotel.  sigh.


Well, we just loved our time there and we were SO honored to be a part of it all.  Here is a little virtual tour of the insanely great rooms by all of the fantastic designers that were part of the showhouse.  They all knocked it out of the park with not only great design, but it all seemed to flow together beautifully – probably since we all had modernism as our guiding principle.  The group of designers was not only incredibly talented, but a whole lotta fun, and we have to say, we shared a lot of laughs along with our long hours.

So on with the show!  Drama leads the way!  How about some of the nighttime mood shots that we took the night we all finished our installations.  Michael Berman’s exquisite living room set the stage for the entire house.  Truly awe inspiring.  31 Westgate’s  chic entry foyer greeted one with quiet and cool vibe.  And Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s uber glam dining room was a showstopper.  The powder room by Michel Boyd was a perfect example of his amazing artistic eye for texture, form and pattern.

Living room – Michael Berman

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Entryway – Colin Blanchard & Kenneth McRobbie of 31 Westgate


Dining Room – Martyn Lawrence Bullard


Powder Room – Michel Boyd


But we can’t be moody the whole time – Palm Springs is all about the sunshine!!!  The light and airy spaces of the house provided a fantastic opportunity to create some great design.  Patrick Dragonette from LA just knocked our socks off with his exquisitely curated den.  Every piece was thought through and more covetable than the next.  We were so taken with the multi-level brass coffee table – it is SO amazing, the photos don’t do it justice!  Keith Fornter (our favorite handle of the @decorhater), created a super chic bathroom that flowed beautifully from the Dragonette space – loved his custom designed fretwork screen (peek behind it and there’s a great pic of Steve McQueen in the almost altogether).  Our fearless leader, Christopher Kennedy created the MOST divine kitchen space.  It was the perfect blend of form and function – bravo, Christopher!  And Denise McGaha, our favorite Texan, created truly the chicest laundry room ever.  The teal lacquered cabinets!  The crystal pulls!  divine.

Den – Patrick Dragonette

Patrick Dragonette


Guest Den Bath – Keith Fortner


Kitchen – Christopher Kennedy



Laundry Room – Denise McGaha



Well, you have to sleep somewhere, right?  And the bedrooms and baths of this showhouse would make anyone want to move right in.   Julia Buckingham created an eclectic and fun master bedroom with just the most killer view ever.  Kelly Golightly made us insanely jealous with the dressing room to end all dressing rooms – equipped with its own pool boy call button! Flowing from there into Kelli Ellis’ clean, cool, and amazing master bath, bravo to all of the ladies who created the master suite! Not to be outdone, Justin Shaulis wowed us all with his sophisticated guest room and bath, filled with his custom made pieces that made us swoon.  The bed and corresponding brass nightstands were marvels of design, Justin is truly a shining example of intelligence in decor.

Master bedroom – Julia Buckingham


Dressing Room – Kelly Golightly

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Master Bath – Kelli Ellis


Guest bedroom and bath – Justin Shaulis

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Now from cool and chic to colorful and a little crazy!  We were so lucky to share a space with the incomparable Carson Kressley.  He said he designed his Teen Bedroom for a girl who loves fashion and horses, so in other words, just like Carson!  His bright palette of orange, fuchsia and acqua flowed beautifully into our colorful Teen Bath – such fun all the way around!!!  We designed our bath with a chic teen in mind as well – and we could not have done it without our amazing style partners!  Arizona Tile for floors, shower tile (how about that blue penny) and lime green (!!) countertop.  Coleen + Co for color matching their fabulous tassel sconces to our crazy countertop.  The Guildery for producing our custom designed wallpaper.  Wendy Concannon and her amazing custom colored photographs that absolutely blew us away.  Waylande Gregory for the chicest garden stool and accessories around.  Addison Weeks for the brass touches that truly made the counter space.  Promise Organic for our fantastic (and color coordinated) shower goodies.  Emily McCarthy for their classic yet modern monogrammed linens.  And Ferguson for all of the gorgeous Dornbracht hardware.  We were so proud of it all!

Teen Bedroom – Carson Kressley




Teen Bath – Trellis Home !




Well, the showhouse was a fantastic success….so onto the outside for a little R+R and a great toast goodbye to all.  The outdoor landscaping and pool terrace was designed by the Australian superstar, Jamie Durie.  The chaises from his own outdoor line are just the ultimate in outdoor cool.  And the teahouse folly designed by Christopher Kennedy himself was the icing on the cake.  Loved it all.  Cheers to warm weather, great design and fun times to all of the designers of this year’s showhouse!

Outdoor landscaping and terrace – Jamie Durie

Jamie Durie chairs

Teahouse – Christopher Kennedy


CHEERS!!!! what an amazing group!!!


XO Allison + Liza


Top Gifts for Men!

We all know that HE is usually the hardest on your list to buy for. Whether it’s your special someone, your dad, brother, whatever – it’s just never easy.  Well it is now.  Trellis Home has a great array of gifts that cover the gamut from the player, to the sophisticated world traveler to the sportsman.  It’s all here!

Backgammon sets and dartboards for his hangout room, barware that is sure to impress his friends and elegant picture frames to show off your gorgeous face?  We got ’em.