All posts tagged: home decor

Wedding Florals Q&A with Putnam & Putnam

Wedding flowers are no longer your parents’ wedding flowers. With the growth of the ‘gram, and the modernization of weddings, brides and grooms-to-be are getting unlimited inspiration for their wedding florals. But why should wedding flowers end at the reception? We partnered with Mike and Darroch Putnam of Putnam & Putnam to take wedding themes (rustic, black tie, and boho) to your dining room table. Afterwards, we sat down with Darroch to talk what’s trending in florals. Check out what he has to say about an industry that’s very much in bloom! 1. First and foremost, how’d you two meet and find yourself making these amazing flower arrangements together? Michael and I met just about ten years ago while studying in college in Southern California. We moved to New York shortly thereafter to pursue careers in Interior Design and Photography. After a few years in the industry Michael, a bit restless with long days at a desk, began shopping for flowers at farmers markets and the 28th Street flower market on weekends. He’d create arrangements …

Tory Burch Home is Here! Here Are Our 5 Favorite Pieces

You’ve probably walked in her iconic flats, stashed your essentials in one of her sophisticated handbags, or zipped yourself up in one of her chic party dresses. If this iconic designer fills your closet, it’s time for her to fill the rest of your home, too. That’s right—you can now register for all things Tory Burch Home at Zola (and we’re the only registry where you can do so). Tory Burch Home is inspired by Tory’s lifetime love of home decor and international travel souvenirs. Her biggest inspiration for the line was her mother and the antique ceramics they collected together as a child. From vibrant green dishes to hand-painted glassware and charming cocktail napkins, Tory Burch Home features a range of first home must-haves. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our top five favorites. 1. Dodie Thayer for Tory Burch Lettuce Ware Collection Created in collaboration with storied ceramicist Dodie Thayer, these charming pieces bring the elegance of 1960s Palm Beach right to your home. They’re designed for everyday use, so yes, …

Registering for Now and Later: Registry Tips

Registering for now and later is a best practice that you, your mother and mother-in-law can all agree on. No one wants think of their wedding registry as a missed opportunity later in life. While many couples are opting out of registering for new china patterns, there are some items that you will need in the future that you can’t possibly see yourself needing today. You want your wedding registry to feel timeless, after all that is the point of asking your nearest and dearest to get you set up for the future. So when it comes to the big ticket regulars, stick with trusted name brands. Think: Cuisinart, KitchenAid and Le Crueset. Power Advantage 7-Speed Hand Mixer Cuisinart designs multi-purpose products that get the job done, making them a wedding registry essential you will use now and later. This hand mixer makes everyday recipes a cinch and has minimal cleanup, too. Professional 600 Series 6 Qt. Stand Mixer This Kitchenaid stands the test of time and is a necessity when you need to start cooking for the holidays. …

Winter Whites

While you gear up for extreme hibernation this season, make sure your interior is ready for all the upcoming cold and dreariness headed our way. Winter whites are the perfect fix to brighten up your space, keeping in line with your already-chic aesthetic choices, of course. Check out our top picks here and head to our site for more winter white tonal options. Couture Knit Cup With a timeless cable knit design, this porcelain cup defines cozy all winter long without the itchy feeling of your favorite wool sweater. Its double-layer construction keeps your warm drinks warmer longer, from hot chocolate to hot toddies. Luxe Double Sheepskin Rug Straight from New Zealand, this sheepskin rug doubles as a cozy blanket to curl up with all season long. This fuzzy number is perfect for a night by the fireplace or Sunday afternoons on the couch. Morandi Bud Vase Brighten up those long winter days with these charming white bud vases. Pop in your favorite pretty petals to bring a little sunshine inside and keep the unbearable conditions on the outside. Rocket Chair Rock away …

Home Decor Trends: Marble + Mid-Century Modern

When you want to make an aesthetic statement on the home decorating front, committing to a particular trend sends a bold message right away. As far as home decor trends go, whether you choose a streamlined color scheme, pattern or genre, you won’t go wrong as long as you stay true to your tastes and needs. Here’s an in-depth look at some of our favorite styles rooted in culture —  Marble à la Rome and Mid-Century Modern à la Palm Springs. Marble Luna Marble Tissue Box Have the best sick day ever with this Marble Tissue Box. Your health will be rock solid in no time. Pentagon Candle Holder, Set of 2 Take it back to the Roman days with these candle stick holders. Their hexagonal shape will give you something interesting to look at in case the power ever goes out… and when the lights are back on, they still look pretty chic. Wall Clock Keep time the old-fashioned way with this not-so-average wall clock. Last time we checked, iPhones these days only come in shades …