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On the Hunt: Side Tables

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I sometimes find myself working on a client project and when it comes time to source side tales, it can be challenging. Finding the perfect side table is like picking out the perfect handbag for an outfit. There are so many factors to consider – do you do vintage? new? modern? traditional? Of course, it all depends on the style of the home, but since I’m constantly on the hunt I thought I’d share one of my top resources with you.


Side Tables | Sacramento Street

1.) Gold Mirrored Scalloped Side Table | 2.) Faceted Mirror Side Table |

3.) Brown & Saltman Nightstand | 4.) Vintage Industrial Side Table |

5.) Poul Kjaerholm Cube Table


Recently while I’ve been hunting for side tables for clients, I’ve found the majority of them on Chairish. I pulled together a few of my favorites to share with all of you. You could put each one of these in any room in your home.


Shop more of my favorite side tables on Chairish.


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daily inspiration: camille styles

Good morning y’all! Camille Styles here, with some pretty little things that are inspiring me right now. I was so excited when Caitlin asked me to pop in this week, since her brand new week series is my very favorite on Sacramento Street. There’s something so fun about seeing the items that our fave tastemakers are loving…and I always add at least one of them to my own shopping list! So what can I not get enough of right now?

My lavender Compagnie de Provence hand soap turns the act of washing hands into a total luxury.

Yarn-died organic napkins from West Elm are the epitome of utilitarian chic.

My new alphabet stamp collection has got me stamping everything in site: place cards, holiday gifts… you name it, I’ve stamped it.

Japanese washi tape adds festive polka dots to otherwise-mundane objects.

In She Walks in Beauty, Caroline Kennedy shares the poetry that’s inspired her at key moments throughout her life.

This Kendra Scott necklace adds a luxe-tribal note to cozy winter ensembles.

Thanks for having me Caitlin, and hope you all have a wonderful week! xo

Photo by Camille Styles

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a brand new week + guest series . . .

Christmas has come and gone a little too quickly. Right as I was getting in the holiday spirit it speed by so fast. I hope each and every one of you had a wonderful Christmas wherever you might have celebrated! This week’s board is a collection of treasures I got for Christmas – I’m loving everything.

This week I have a special guest series for you – I’ve asked some of my best friends and fellow bloggers to put together their own inspiration boards about what’s inspiring them this week. I’ve already received a handful and they are fabulous. There is definitely something for everyone!

So I bid you adu and enjoy the next few days of inspiration!

I’ll be back next monday!

Photo by Caitlin Flemming
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a brand new week . . .

What a delightful weekend! With no agenda going into the weekend it ended up being extraordinary. There was a trip to the flea market with girlfriends – where I found an amazing light fixture and some treasures for Erin as well, lots of coffee dates with friends, a little shopping, and to top it off I went to a friends trunk show for her fall collection. Although I did a lot, it didn’t feel hectic at all. And I’m entering a new work week rejuvenated to get my laundry list of to-do’s crossed off.


A few treasures that inspired me this week were Nomad by Sibella Court – it’s utterly divine (and courtesy of Chronicle Books), hydrangeas that are the most beautiful color, new John Robshaw pillow cases that I’ve been anxiously waiting for (ours are so faded that the brown is now taupe), a necklace that I could not stop wearing, and lastly my new Astier addition – a candle that smells so good I can’t stop burning it. If you’re on the hunt for a new candle I highly recommend the Mantes La Jolie.

What did all of you do this weekend? I hope you enjoyed the extra hour of sleep. I certainly did!

Cheers to a new fulfilling week!

Photo by Caitlin Flemming
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a brand new week . . .

This weekend was utterly delightful – spending quality time at home getting items crossed off my to-do list, an impromptu tea time with a girlfriend, and then ending the weekend with a dinner at Kokkari with Erin and our husbands (my mouth is still watering from the delicious food).

As usual, here are some beautiful things that are inspiring me this week; a Chagall print that I got four years ago in Paris, a new mercury decanter for our bar, an antler that I got last year at the flea market, my globe calendar from Prize in Ashland and lastly this amazing tape from Japan that I purchased at Alder & Co in Portland (makes wrapping presents even more fun).

After surviving my first few days of work I’m ready for a full week of productivity. With deadlines looming and tons of projects in the works I’m going to hit the week running until I board my flight Friday to Dallas.

Cheers to a wonderful week ahead!

Photo by Caitlin Flemming

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