Friday, July 30, 2010

[ a catalogue comes to life ]

RESTORATION Hardware is total decor eye-candy and even though I've shopped at their small locations in Toronto, walking into their Broadway location in NY is like stepping into the pages of their catalogue. Every corner is a gorgeous vignette and everything seems to be so huge in scale. Even though I usually prefer light, bright spaces, their grey walls were the perfect backdrop to the greyed wood pieces and linen upholstery. If I win the lottery, I know where I'll be shopping!



Privet and Holly said...

If I won the
lotto, I would
SO be here, too!!
Love your post
on Fishs Eddy.
Just wish I'd
known about it
before my last
trip to NYC!
What a great
store; love your
glove mold ~
I've been on the
prowl for one,
as well.
Happy Weekend,
xx Suzanne
PS: I'm loving
my Lisa Roy

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier this week! Pleased to have found your wonderful blog (now following!) Will

Kellie Collis said...

I love that studded sofa - so amazing! xxx

The Zhush said...

Great photos...great choices!!!

Milk and Honey Home said...

The lighting is so dreamy. Can you imagine a meal under those wine barrel chandeliers and those dark gray wall? Lovely.

La Dolfina said...

I know, RH is the bomb. I stopped by their outlet on the way to Tahoe and they had some pieces from their current stuff, but it was still expensive, so I know what you mean about winning the lottery. It's too bad in a way they didn't "re-invent" themselves before the economy tanked.
I hear they are in the process of building a flagship store in SF, in the middle of the Design Center... it should be good!
Wishing you a lovely week my friend:)

Tonia @Chic Modern Vintage said...

Restoration Hardware has come a long way from the things they started with, and thanks so much for coming by. I'm a new follower of your now.


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