Save the Date: EOS + Cynthia Rowley!

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image via Style Carrot.  Gotta love old Boston architecture, no?

I’m thrilled to let you Boston-based EOS fans know that on August 26th from 6-8 p.m., the fabulously generous peeps at Cynthia Rowley have asked me to host a private party at their new Newbury Street store! Sip some cocktails, nibble some food and get 20% off everything your little heart desires! Formal invite to come, but in the meantime put that in your Blackberry and bring your friends! If you can, RSVP here so we have an idea of how many of you are interested in coming!

Let’s do a little Cynthia roundup, just to get us all excited!

We all loved her whimsical home in Elle Decor– especially that dining room wallpaper!

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I love this shot of the models for the Resort 2011 collection photo shoot:

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Some fabulous fashion and accessories ( I have an eye on a couple of those dresses!)

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I love her fun, optimistic take on life. It shows in her varies products like this Relax picnic blanket (I need this), a custom beach cruiser, pretty tools and even designer diapers!

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P.S. Hope you like the new blog look. I like to change it up as much as I like to change my throw pillows. Like Bobby Brown says, it’s my prerogative. :)



24 comments

  1. I absoloutely adore the “new face” of your blog. The color, texture and font choice is right on! It is so modern, vibrant and most of all …original!! The best logo marquee I think I have seen to date. LOVE IT!!!!

  2. Love the first 5 photos–they really capture the right way to mix and match! The 4th picture (with piano) has so many different elements working together in the room that it borders on chaotic, but somehow it comes together beautifully. We’ve discovered that the key to making these kinds of patterns work is in the scale of the pattern – a large scaled floral, for example, may be the starting point as it carries the most weight. Adding a linear, medium scaled stripe or plaid, will balance. From there you may want to include a small print –something geometric. On our blog (http://bit.ly/a0DuQP) we examine how to get a great room without being too overwhelming. Great pics!

  3. I’ll miss the grasscloth but I’m loving this new look! I adore Cynthia Rowley’s style this sounds like a pretty amazing event – congrats!

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