1. A Warm Welcome for the Holidays

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    I am beyond excited to start decorating Chateau FH for the Holidays! Two things I love to do when hosting Holiday parties in my home is 1. Decorate my foyer so guests open the door to festive scenery, and 2. Greet guests with Holiday cocktails… because nothing kicks off a party better than a cocktail in hand.

    For this holiday season’s decor, I love a touch of shimmer, so I am decorating my entryway console with a Pinecone Tree and a Glitter Twig Tree, arranged amongst a 9 foot strand of Faux Garland. For cocktails, I plan to greet guests with a “warm welcome” … literally warm, with Hot Toddies served in Irish Coffee Cups, topped off with a cinnamon stick.

    I always like to place my drinks on a tray so I also have the option to circulate the party and serve guests and this Target Threshold Mirrored Tray adds the perfect touch of Holiday glam for the occasion. I can hardly wait for all of the merriment to begin!!

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    This post is sponsored by Target. Shop Home Décor for modern luxury made easy.

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  2. Store Spotlight: The HighBoy, Curated Antiques at any Price

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    Antique hunters out there, do I have a new e-commerce site for you! Meet The HighBoy, a curated online marketplace for antiques and fine art. Founders Olga Granda-Scott and Douglas Scott, former antique dealers themselves, aim to make your experience of great design both inspiring and easy. The HighBoy carries everything from furniture, to lighting, to sculptures, art, and jewelry from all over the world. With the ability to search by category, by style, and even by price, the site makes finding even the most rare pieces attainable.

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    Just want to learn more about your favorite design periods and pieces? Head to their newly launched blog, The Weekly where you will find tastemakers’ approach to designing with antiques, homes that harmonize contemporary and classic design, and guides aimed to boost your antique purchasing savvy.

    After browsing the site for hours {yes, you can get lost in there!}, I curated a list of my favorite pieces at a range of prices! Get ready to oooh and ahhh because these finds are truly incredible!

    Fashionable Hostess and The High Boy Collaboration1. Cram’s Universal Terrestrial 12” Globe on Walnut Base, United States, C. 1940 {here} // 2. Champagne Marceaux Vintage Poster, France, C. 1935 {here} // 3. Authentic Louis Vuitton Monogram Suitcase from 1960s, France {here} // 4. Italian Antique Roll Arm Satinwood Bench, Italy {here} // 5. Blessing Teak Angel Sculpture, Southeastern Asia, C. 1980 {here}.
    This post was sponsored on behalf of The HighBoy. 

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  3. Store Spotlight: Kulture Bomb

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    When it comes to decorating your home, items like your couch, TV stand, and dining table are obvious elements on your checklist. But the pieces that transform your ‘house’ into your ‘home’ are those one-of-a kind details. Pieces that no one has seen – things that really pop. Whether it’s that bowl on your bookshelf or that side table with sleek legs, it can be small or little, but always seems to catch your guests’ eye. Today I want to spotlight an LA-based store that carries all of these pieces encapsulated into one cool store- unique, shocking affordable, and definitely has a “wow” factor. Meet Kulture Bomb.

    When I read the store’s “About” section it really sealed the deal. “When then boyfriend and girlfriend Paul and Nina decided to move in together, they ran into the one big issue all couples face when deciding to take the plunge and share an address – what to do with all their STUFF? Realizing hers was too “femme” and his too “bachelor” the couple decided to sell off anything they didn’t both love and set out to fill in the gaps with items that fit both their tastes. After months of hitting all the “go-to” home décor suspects in and around Los Angeles and coming up frustratingly short, they came to the realization that what they were after was close to if not impossible to find – a one-stop-shop with an eclectic mix of new and vintage home décor items that were interesting, unique and most importantly wouldn’t break the bank. Realizing there was clearly a void in the marketplace for a shop such as this they decided to set out and create the kind of store that had a little something for everyone – it was then that Kulture Bomb was born.”

    Home Decor for Holiday via Kulture Bomb

    What did I choose from the collection? As you saw on my instagram, their Geometric Gold Jars {here and here} look fantastic on my coffee table {above!}. Then head over to my bedroom {below!} and see how I use their Studded Ceramic Box for housing jewelry. I am also obsessed with their Christian Lacroix journals; they are so professional to bring to meetings {or the perfect Holiday Gift for a girly girl}. Then for those of you who have some bigger ticket shopping todo, they have an amazing assortment of unique furniture. I love their Acrylic chairs, their vintage console table if you are craving a pop of color, and then they carry Marquee Lights which are all the rage right now!

    So head on over to KultureBomb.com where FH readers will score 20% off when they enter FH20 at checkout!

    Christian Lacroix Journals Christian Lacroix Journals and Jewelry HoldersThis post was sponsored on behalf of Kulture Bomb.  Items have been gifted to me, but opinions are my own. 

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