Monday, March 27, 2017

Decorating for Easter {Egg-ceptional Ribbon}

I have never been a huge fan of Easter decorating due to the fact that I am not in love with pastels as they never have worked well in any of my homes. I search for Easter decor that I feel is classier than the rest. I was excited to score this egg ribbon last week at Hazelnut on Magazine Street. I love the turquoise color of the eggs. The color works so much better in my home. I think the ribbon looks simple yet classy. I have already used the ribbon in a couple locations around my home.

The ribbon is by d. stevens. 

From the d. stevens website:
Established in 2008, fulfilling our dream to bring fine ribbons to the marketplace with looks ranging from sophisticated to casual, d.stevens has it all! Our gifted designer and the creative force behind our fine ribbon is Donna Stevens. She loves designing ribbon and caters to bringing you the most beautiful fine ribbon in the world.

With over 30 years of combined experience team d.stevens creates one of a kind fine ribbon designs as well as providing our clients with new and unique products for each season.
d.stevens fine ribbons begin with our own exclusive designs, embroidered, printed, and they are woven by us. We are very proud to offer you ribbon that is distinctive and unique. Not only do we design fine ribbons, we design Holiday textiles and ornaments which coordinate with our fine ribbon to give you a total look. Jewels by the Yard™, our European collection, and exclusive designs by Mary Engelbreit ™ are also in our product line giving you over 3,000 styles of fine ribbons to mix and match, find inspiration and create your own individual look.
d.stevens is a fine ribbon wholesaler, selling to the trade. 

I'll share where I used it later, alligator.

Egg Ribbons, y'all !

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Acorn Bowl {Vagabond House}

The acorn, the French symbol of prosperity, is a favorite symbol of mine; hence, Uptown Acorn is the name of this blog. 

I was given this acorn covered bowl by Vagabond House at Christmas, and I adore it. It was purchased from Dunn & Sonnier on Magazine Street.
From Vagabond House: We love it when our customer's go a little nutty for this elegant and beautiful bowl, cast in pure Vagabond House Pewter in the shape of a noble acorn. A highly polished pewter base forms the bowl and is topped by a detailed cast, hand-finished lid.

I added this pewter acorn to a stack of books on the stair parlor table. I love its details especially the oak leaves.

Vagabond House Acorn Bowl, y'all!

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Oyster Plate {Allison Evans}

I recently scored a beautiful ceramic oyster plate by Allison Evans from Hazelnut. I love buying oyster plates, vintage and new. They all work very well together.

The oyster plate was scored from Hazelnut on sale from $110.00 to $55.00. With a $50.00 Hazelnut gift card from my terrific in-laws Jerry and Wendy, the oyster plate made its way to Perrier Street. How on Earth could I resist?

I have several of Allison Evans oyster ceramics in the abalone and tortoise style, but this plate is different (Pearl) from the collection I have. I adore her ceramics and am happy that this one is mine.

Ae Oyster Plate, y'all!
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