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What Kind of BIRD Are You?

What kind of BIRD are you? As we are enjoying nature and seeking entertainment this time of year, birds are all around us. Living in this area we are privileged to see the fabulous beauty of coastal birds. The designers have each put a look together inspired by special coastal birds. From the graceful White Ibis to the flamboyant Roseate Spoonbill, which one inspires you the most?

The Brown Pelican is a comically elegant bird with an over sized bill, sinuous neck, and big, dark body. Squadrons glide above the surf along southern and western coasts, rising and falling in a graceful echo of the waves.

Elizabeth Leake

Century Furniture Living Room Knot Cocktail Table

Add modern appeal and chic neutrality to your living space with the Jola area rug. Power loomed of durable and virtually shed-free polyester, this lustrous rug boasts an incredibly soft and indulgent feel.

These decorative boxes with their modernist pattern represent a new approach to contemporary design.

"Take Me To The Beach"

Great Room Large Sofa from Century Furniture

Great Room is a customizable upholstery series that gives you multiple arms, bases and depth choices allowing you to design a modern upholstery setting. With more casual living and spacious rooms in mind, Great Room sits deeper with a starting depth of 40" and ranging up to 48" deep. Seven arm styles and seventeen bases give Great Room a range of style and solutions for today's larger more relaxed living spaces.

An architectural statement for any space, the Dorchester finds inspiration in the works of Frank Lloyd Wright. A simple silhouette is founded on architectonic principles, exhibiting clean lines and high arches. Steel finished in oil-rubbed bronze, this piece is elegantly showcased on a circular white marble base. Topped with a pewter microfiber drum shade and complete with a black cloth cord.

The flamboyant Roseate Spoonbill looks like it came straight out of a Dr. Seuss book with its bright pink feathers, red eye staring out from a partly bald head, and giant spoon-shaped bill. Groups sweep their spoonbills through shallow fresh or salt waters snapping up crustaceans and fish. They fly with necks outstretched, to and from foraging and nesting areas along the coastal southeastern U.S., and south to South America. These social birds nest and roost in trees and shrubs with other large wading birds.

Julie Bray


Green Oaks Pendant (Oversized) *New* Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection. Oversized

pendant intricately woven with a core rattan frame accented with abaca rope details in

white sand finish and three braided hangers. Pendant is complete with a nickel finished

chain and canopy for hanging kit.

Anna French Wallpaper

Margate Collection *New* Watermark in Aqua

Four Hands

Mia 60” Dining Table. Bring a noble sense to the table. Banded legs of brass-

finished steel support a rounded tabletop, as a high-gloss sheen enhances the natural texture and tone of white concrete.

Four Hands

Muestra Dining Chair *New*. Modern curves redefine classic wishbone

seating. Vintage white all-weather wicker is woven for a dose of fresh texture within sage-

colored teak framing. Cover or store indoors during inclement weather and when not in use.

Gabby, Tilden Cabinet

Richly detailed carving adds captivating texture to this multifunctional cabinet that offers both storage and style. Statement-making metal handles featuring antique glass insets

add to the charm of this 4-door unit that harmonizes with any setting whether modern, traditional, or contemporary farmhouse.

Hooker Furniture Novella Poplar Beach Cart

Trowbridge Art Liz Clayton Compositions

Regina Andrew

Glace Ceramic Table Lamp


Justina Blakeney Pillow

Lux Art Silks

Light Pink Mini Phals in white linen pot

Originally called the "sea pie", the American Oystercatcher was renamed in 1731 when naturalist Mark Catesby observed the bird eating oysters. The bird is marked by its black and white body and a long, thick orange beak. Oysters are a staple of their diet, as their name suggests, but they also eat musselsclamslimpetssea urchinsstarfishcrabs, and worms. In general, they use their bills to catch shellfish. As they walk across a shellfish bed, they look for a mollusk with a partially opened shell. When they find one, they jab their bill into the shell and sever the muscle that causes the shell to clamp shut.

Kaylee Estrada

Palecek Enzo Swivel Stool Black

Pencil pole rattan in a coil weave design over a large pole rattan frame in a black finish featuring a 360 degree swivel mechanism and fixed upholstered seat.

Brunswick Outdoor Pendant Drum

Powder coated metal frame hand-woven with heathered charcoal grey all-weather synthetic rope.

Sam Moore Coco Exposed Wood Swivel Chair

Transitional exposed wood swivel chair can add interest and texture while also creating a flexible seating area.


Oversized floor planter with bright, textured leaves

Antilles Porcelain Table Lamp

Fine bone china in a white finish. Lamp comes with a white linen round drum shade and a nickel cylinder-shaped finial.



Charlotte Morgan art print “Palm leaves”

Bernhardt Stroud Pedestal Drink Table

Cast aluminum in Matte Graphite finish lends a contemporary feel to this ideal accent table.

Arteriors Palmetto Console

With Parsons table lines and a monochromatic palette, the rope’s braiding offers subtle tactile and visual interest.

Woodbridge Joinery Side Table

A terrific table that pays homage to the works of designers Greene and Greene from the early 20th century with a rectangular framed top resting over two shelves elevated by squared posts.

Justina Blakeney Rug Ivory / Stone

Power loomed polyester makes for a great kid proof rug

The White Ibis is about 2 feet tall and has a wingspan of about 3 feet. It is entirely white, except for its black-edged wings. Its blacked tipped wings may not be noticeable when the ibis is at rest, but they are easily seen when the ibis is in flight. Wading birds that are native to the Coastal Regions of southeastern North America. Year-round their range extends from Delaware south to the shores of Central America. During the end of the summer months, however, they can be found as far north as New York.

Deborah Vasser

The Forest Dawn Chandelier is a truly exceptional work of art dripping with natural crystals. The beautiful washed Lucerne gold finish is a perfect complement to the quartz, the combination of which lends this gold chandelier a formal look.

Luminosity is built into the DNA of the Gourde Table Lamp with its teardrop shape. Composed of lustrous mercury glass, the silver lamp sits atop a metal base in a polished nickel finish for a seamless design statement. The off-white shantung shade is a crowning touch.

Century Corso Poster Bed

Tribeca Dresser Eight drawers with His jewelry tray in top right drawer and Her jewelry tray in top left drawer.

The Folium Mirror is made of leafy petals of wrought iron in a contemporary gold leaf finish. A whimsical take on the sunburst mirror, instead of beams of light, the glass on the gold decorative mirror is surrounded by waving leaves in a variety of sizes that bring the piece texture and fluidity.

The award-winning Project Theory collection by Kavi explores the exceptional beauty in flaws. Hand knotted by artisans of a remote Indian village, the stunning Paratem 2 area rug graces modern spaces with effortless luxury. Elegant, burnished gold abstract patterning overlays the neutral and grounding taupe backdrop of this rug. A blend of wool and rayon made from bamboo fibers offers a lustrous and simultaneously durable quality to any space.

Luxe Throw Reversible throw in a faux fur fabric

Celine Champagne Sheet Set 

300 thread count sateen with Guipure lace

Woven in Italy of the finest Egyptian cotton

The Great Blue Heron is the largest and most widespread heron in North America. It is a large bird, with a slate-gray body, chestnut and black accents, and very long legs and neck. Great Blue Herons are very tall and stand 3 to 4.5 feet high. In flight, the bird looks huge, with a six-foot wingspan. These birds can survive and be found in almost any wetland habitat in North America. They are rarely found far from water.

Emily Krochmal

This chandelier has an unusual accent on its fabric shade created by the twine panel made from recycled paper that is twisted and tightly wrapped around a metal frame. The panel made from the sustainable material, which is affixed to the center of the shade.

This elegant table lamp showcases a thick white marble base with a subtle gray veining, accented with brushed light brass plated details. The lamp is paired with a white linen fabric.

Set of two woven baskets.

Inspired by the classic shape that defines traditional Etruscan vases, this full-bodied coffee table puts the fun in functional. With curves that slightly taper at the top and lead into a robust base, this piece's shape is reminiscent of clay spinning on a potter's wheel. It is crafted entirely of wrapped rattan finished in a tobacco wash, further accenting its natural composition. A stylish and organic construct for both traditional and modern spaces.

Unmatched style, realism and elegance in permanent botanicals. The unexpected and understated chic of Urban Living; the bold, beautiful nature of Fresh-Cut. This Yucca tree is a perfect piece for anyone looking to add some greenery to your space.

Inspired by the rigid geometric style that is a prominent element in Brutalist architecture, this seemingly simple accent table possesses details that make it complex. A mango wood top has been chiseled by hand, showcasing carved details that have been softened by a black wax finish.

Abstract River Blending bold colors into a perfect abstract piece for coastal living.

Effortless luxury defines this alluring and stunningly soft hand-loomed area rug. This solid blue-gray layer boasts a dazzling luster and artistically distressed design.

A conversation-conducive crescent shape inspired by nature's calming curves, an ivory sectional is thoughtfully upholstered in fabric made from recycled water bottles, for luxurious comfort with a sustainable spin.

We hope that these rooms inspire you as much as we are inspired by beauty in nature everyday. A lot of the images that we have shown are new introductions from manufacturers. Make an appointment or stop by to find out what is new in the store and talk about how we can bring your dream room to life.

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