Mailbox finds

I receive a lot of mail with a lot of product pitches. So, every month or so, I have to clean out my inbox! Here’s a round up of my favorite items that came floating into my in-box over the last six weeks or so.

How fantastic is this Peacock toile by Suzanne Tucker Home? Love it! (actually, this is a Facebook find, not a mailbox one, but hey…)

Katherine Rally is an American couple with homes in Bali and Colorado. Their bright and snappy textiles, pillows and accessories are available through many US showrooms.

Randolf, MA based WallPops isn’t the only wall decal company out there, but what they have is pretty sweet. J’adore La Tour!


Turner Pocock wallpapers are a witty and whimsical take on sporting and animal themes that aren’t for kids only! I am totally in love with their styling as well! Haus Interior is now stocking their papers in the US.

Designer to the stars Martyn Lawrence-Bullard has launched a new fabric line that features a spritely collection of colorful graphic and ethnic inspired prints.  His fabrics are available through Hollywood at Home Martyn will also be appearing on the upcoming  Million Dollar Decorator on BravoTV with Jeffrey Alan Marks and Kathryn Ireland. Waiting anxiously for this show to air!

 Cute traditional chairs at a reasonable price. At Cath Kidston in the UK. Unfortunately, these aren’t available in the States, but maybe soon?

 Designer’s Guild and Bemz have teamed up to create a fantastic new line of slipcovers for Ikea and included in the range are iconic Merimekko and Stig Lindberg fabrics. What a great partnership! is a new online mood board website. These sites are so much fun, but you can spend hours just trying out different ideas. It’s a lot of fun and they have a large library of products, but it seems to not allow image sharing, which is a shame. Perhaps they will release that feature. Meanwhile, the image above is a screengrab of the board I created.

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xoxo Linda

2 thoughts on “Mailbox finds”

  1. JAM, ML-B and Kathryn Ireland all on the same program?! I almost can't stand it. Thanks for the heads up, Linda! I have followed Jeffrey Alan Marks since way back when his tiny beach house was featured in a BH&G special interest pub. And the others, well, everybody knows how great they are. Can't wait to see what this turns out to be.

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