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Jun062016

Erin Featherston & A R&W Find 

I meant to post this a while back, but those of you who follow along with me on Instagram @rareandworthy already know that I've been busy...I had a baby in March! I have taken a much needed break from the blog and client work over the past few months to focus on my new role as Mom to Ever <3

Now it's June...I just turned 31 last week and it feels like there is no better time than the present to jump back in to things! I've got big plans to expand my website- making it easier to shop directly through rareandworthy.com as well as building a proper portfolio to showcase my design work. I've also got a few other tricks up my sleeve so you are going to have to follow along for sneak peeks!

OK, back to Erin Featherston! I've bragged on the blog before about how much I love working with One Kings Lane, and back at the beginning of the year, a buyer contacted me to see if they could buy a Karl Springer style Z console table from my inventory...

At the time I didn't know what or who it was for, but imagine my delight when I saw this article about fashion designer Erin Featherston's West Hollywood home makeover @here:

Right in front of the beautiful bay window...that's my table!! So cool right? 

I think this space is a beautiful representation of how to mix old with new to achieve a very fashion-forward edge to interior spaces. It feels awesome to know that my table gets to live in such a beautiful home!

If you've bought from me before, please please send me pics of how you live with your R&W favorites and I'll feature them here on the blog!

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