Wednesday, September 23, 2009

John Loring's Palm Beach tables



Incase you ever wondered what the table of Tiffany & Co.'s design director (and master of tables, among so many other brilliant things), John Loring, looked like, I thought you might like to have a peek.

Care for more?





The before and after slideshow of Loring's renovation of a 1920's bungalow can be reviewed here. Some might call him a scholar of "tablescapes" and style...









But, I call him an authority.

Fabulous Blushing Giveaway announcement: Beginning the first week of October, Blushing Hostess will host several weeks of reader giveaway's to help Blushing Followers get ready for holiday entertaining! Be sure you click Follow Blog on the top left corner of my page and check back regularly in October for a new giveaway each week.

Photo credit: architecturaldigest.com

10 comments:

Southern Aspirations said...

love it!

pink-to-green said...

I recently read a great book-- A Lady First by Letitia Baldrige. Among many things, she give a behind scenes look at the first amazing tablescapes of Tiffany's! I look forward to following along to see what you have in store, I'm sure it will be fantastic!

Deanna said...

Dear Blushing,
Autumn Blessings to you!
Liked this post and would enjoy reading the books.
d from homehaven in kansas

susan said...

This home is not what I would have expected--lovely, but a surprise. Can't wait to see the goodies!

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Oh Girl I bet those books are great ones...thanks for sharing my friend...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Mary said...

I love your post and the books you have pointed us to. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

Sarah said...

Thanks for sharing this post. I'm going to look for copies of some of these books. Have Tiffany Pearls, but not the others. Couldn't find the place to be a follower. Let me know how I can do that. ~ Sarah

Ms. Bake-it said...

Thanks for sharing this post. I am going to look for these books, especially Tiffany Pearls. I look forward to following along to see what you have in store for us.

~ Tracy

Bill said...

Lovely images and thoughtful reading suggestions. Thank you for sharing them. Thank you also for your visit and kind comment. I hope the rest of your week goes well.

Bill

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

I just recently found this book in a Thrift Store and had a great time drooling over each page...fun post!
Susan