Thursday, November 18, 2010

Vignette Fridays: Terrain at Styer's

I love to get away, but it always seems that it takes me a week to catch up for every day that I'm gone. With the Lewiston Home Tour coming up very shortly, my house has been turned into a storage locker of Christmas decor for two very different houses with two very different themes, making my 16x16 living room look a whole lot like an episode of hoarders!

With that said, I am trying feverishly to clean it up for a bit tonight before heading to bed so that I can get up early and finish styling the porch for a photo shoot that is being taken tomorrow afternoon. It's to kick off the Niagara Falls Outdoor Decorating Contest, and the judges will be posing on my porch, calling it "An Elegant Entryway". As you can imagine, I'm excited to have been asked to participate in the inaugural publicity of the event, and can't wait to see how the photo turns out.

This week I'm sharing some vignettes of the outdoors, and indoors. Shots from another one of my favorite stores in Glen Mills, PA., Terrain at Styer's. With parent store Anthropologie, Terrain is a huge success for the brand with their one and only flagship store in Glen Mills. Filled with treasure at every turn, I hope you make this one of your stops when you visit the Brandywine, along with my absolute favorite Design Shop: La Maison Home.

Entering Terrain is like Entering any other high end home/garden/nursery ... ha, like those exist! Take a tour, won't you?





Pssst. This sofa is purple, slip covered in simple canvas drop cloths that you can buy off the shelf at Home Depot or Lowes for $12.00! Remember that I borrowed this idea when you see this on the CDLV sofa come summer!







Gorgeous right? And my photos are only of part of this truly inspiring store. Be prepared to bring your card with the highest limit though, it's not cheap! But, it's a great place to visit for inspiration, and a sense of calm.

Stay tuned to the blog on Monday and Tuesday of next week. I've finally put together my post on the amazing time I had at the Chic it Up conference held at Winterthur last week. You don't wanna miss it - serious eye candy!


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18 comments:

  1. Oh my .... I'll take one of each and every gorgeous thing please!

    Candy

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  2. Thanks so much for sharing.. the photos are once again awe inspiring. I would love to be able to shop there. thanks for hosting this fun party!

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  3. Whar a GORGEOUS shop!! LOVE the Home Depot drop cloths as slip covers! I've been wanting to use them as table covers & window panels! Now this makes yet another versitile use - LOVE IT!!

    Also LOVE the look of the three plaid throws hanging against the rustic structure... (hmmmm...)

    Thanks for sharing and for hosting Artie! Have a lovely weekend!!

    :D Lynda

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  4. What a wonderful shop! I'm going to NEED a bigger truck...
    Have a wonderful Friday and Weekend too,
    Donna

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  5. Hi Artie! Thanks for taking us shopping! I saw several things that I want! Love that sofa! And by the way...my tablecloth is a drop cloth this week! lol Happy weekend!...hugs...Debbie

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  6. Oh I love the drop cloth, it makes such a great slipcover. You have made it look gorgeous. Thanks for the link party!

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  7. Oh goodness this shop is amazing, so many lovely things!
    love
    Alison
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  8. Shops like that are mental health therapy, they make you feel so good. Thanks for hosting again today.

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  9. Oh my, what an absolutely gorgeous shop. The cotton bolls caught my eye immediately - they look almost like jingle bells hanging there. Hmmm, inspiration for some Christmas decor! Kat

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  10. Artie, I love the shop. Can't wait to see next week's post.

    Kathy

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  11. Oh-Artie! What a wonderful tour? I can almost smell the greenery..and the store is beautiful! Love it-thanks for sharing it here! I have used those drop cloths for everything-including their REAL purpose~ Hugs-- Diana

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  12. Wow, that shop reminds me of one of my favorite gardening blogs http://blomsterverkstad.blogspot.com/.It has that Swedish garden style going on. That is fabulous. Haven't seen that anywhere in my area. Very nice! Thanks for showing us.
    Sherry

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  13. Thanks for hosting, Artie! Well, it may be expensive, but it looks like a great place to walk around and soak up inspiration and mood!

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  14. A very cool store merchandised in a fun and stylish way. The merchandise looks yummy and has many a must haves.

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  15. Great store! I love stores like that. Even if I can't buy anything, they always give me some inspiration. Thanks for hosting this party. I linked up.

    -Danielle

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  16. I love Anthropologie!! This totally looks like them...I didn't know they had a "garden" store too. Can't wait to see what you do with the dropcloth slipcover! Thanks for hosting the vignette party! I still don't know how to link my post back to you?

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