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June 11, 2010


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Absolutely GORGEOUS! I'm green with envy over those brass chargers! :)

WOW -- You have such fabulous ideas. It is amazing what you design! Thank you so much for sharing and have fun in Chicago.

What an amazing table - I LOVE it!!! I, of course, would never have thought to streamline those colors, but as always, you give us fantastic ideas to steal!

Gorgeous! Love that fabric.


I swoon at this fabulous table. Those pink chairs, OMG, such a fun punctuation! I have a baby shower to throw and this table gives me so many great ideas, that are fresh and chic. Can you rent only 8 colored chairs?

Beautiful. You've inspired me to head back to the Chelsea Flea Market this weekend. Enjoy Chicago!

ohmigod this is like my dream wedding color palette! this is SO SO SO gorgeous!

OK...I've seen you do some amazing tablescapes. But, this one grabbed me like a bear hug from one of my boys. The colors are magical together. The blue - who would have thought - gave just the right relief and coolness to the orange and hot pink. Inspired. Genius. But we all know you are! And....I absolutely love that you separated out only the "right colored" candies. Have fun in the Windy City!! xoxo Elizabeth

Eddie and Jaithan,
You fellas talk my language! LOVE the outcome...it's gorgeous! I'm a huge fan of pink and turquoise (did it for my daughters Tiaras and Tutus party and doing it again for a bridal shower I'm giving in two weeks.) Have a great weekend!

Love this! I wish we could rent pink Charvari chairs close to me. They would be perfect for my daughter's pink sleepover!

This is my favorite post yet! Love what you did with that, especially the use of the earrings. If I had to pick one fashion designer as to inspire my room decor, I think it would be vintage Lilly. :)

Wow...couldn't visualize it all together and was pleasantly surprised at the end! How on earth did you get the overhead photo??

Each time I stop in for a visit to see your latest post, my jaw drops, my eyes widen and I say to myself, I love that he uses his talents and shares with each of us, what a glorious table, now what are you cooking? A curried thai dish or ?

Gorgeous table setting....you have the most amazing eye.

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