During the pandemic, the city of Palm Beach saw an uptick in interest—and not from its usual set of octogenarian residents: the tony town once best known for its elegant retirees has become one of the preeminent hot spots for young families seeking space, and sun. It’s safe to say that the land of Addison Mizner architecture, Kennedy mythology and Pulitzer prints is shedding its stuffy persona. And now that travel restrictions .
Daniela Villegas talks about her new insect-inspired coffee table and a love of books. If you follow Los Angeles-based Mexican jeweller Daniela Villegas on Instagram, you may have spied that big cricket in her living room. A fairly recent addition to her space, it is a wicker coffee table by Mexican artist Mario Lopez Torres, who is known for his sculptures and metal-accented objects and furniture. “He is an incredible .
Sweet Lullaby Nurseries are created for babies but best designed for parents, says Anna-Louise Wolfe, who created a soothing second floor “crib” with masculine and feminine elements to make it suitable for children of any gender. A floral vine wallcovering with blues and greens establishes the palette, which is punctuated by white furnishings such as a Jenny Lind-style crib and a white rattan cabinet with a pagoda shape. “There’s .
You Can Go Antiquing in Palm Beach From the Comfort of Your Couch There are more than a few reasons why Southerners make the trek down to the Sunshine State every year: families flock to Disney, foodies are lured by fresh catch, and pretty much everyone can appreciate the peninsula’s miles and miles of great beaches. It’s the most stylish of these tourists, however, that go for one important .
Antiquing on a Historic Florida Highway—From Your Couch If ever there was a stretch of road in the South that offered vintage and antique lovers their own kind of paradise, it might just be the slip of South Dixie Highway that runs smack through the middle of West Palm Beach. Design dreamers have flocked there for decades to sift through shops selling fifties, sixties, seventies, and eighties decor shed .
FLOWER March/April 2020 Issue: Flower Power!!! What a TREAT to spy Ellen Kavanaugh and her AMAZING team featuring Madison Way including pieces from Circa Who in their GORGEOUS Palm Beach Pied-a-terre project. -Thank YOU Ladies- ALWAYS a PLEASURE
Circa Who Furniture is honored to have one of it’s premier pieces featured on StyleBlueprint.com. The Luxe Loves We’re Swooning Over StyleBlueprint.com is one of the South’s fastest-growing digital media companies, anchored by our daily lifestyle articles, curated local guides, SB Shop, SB App and a robust social media network. In addition, we work with a wide variety of businesses to successfully implement and enhance social media and .
Have you read Island Hopping by Amanda Lindroth Design? It is such a great tool to use to help with designing your space just right! Amanda Lindroth Design makes the littlest things pop out & when you step back you will be wowed! Just like what she did with the wicker elephants. Usually these are used for on the floor in a room to add color or even in .
TBT! A walk down memory lane. In 2016 Coastal Living did a summer article of Circa Who and sent us this stunning plaque so we will always have it! Circa Who has had the privilege to be featured in so many issues of Coastal Living Magazine and we could not be more thankful. Since then we have expanded in-store and have new arrivals daily. From furniture to decor to .
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