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Friday
Jan232015

spring favorites: alicia

3 rings painting
My house is white with pops of color, so this piece will add texture yet fit within the overall clean palette. I also love the visual and symbolic simplicity of the rings.
wadsworth large candle holder
I fell in love with how our visual team styled these out—they put them with neon candlesticks which I thought was so fun and unexpected. I love their height and grandeur and think they would make a fun centerpiece that feels dramatic but not formal.
suspend media console
I think this is the most beautiful piece CB2 has ever done! It looks so high-end, yet is affordable. The combination of marble and wood is gorgeous and this piece would give any home a sophisticated, luxurious feel.

Thanks to alicia, senior director of marketing, for this submission.

Friday
Sep122014

fall favorites: megan

elixir minibar
finally a place to keep my bar essentials in my small Chicago apartment. Now that I have a baby this is so nice as it’s hidden away.
tinsel throw
this is my favorite throw. It is incredible the work that is put into this. when I visited the factory they explained how the weavers have
to stop multiple times to change the yarns out in order to achieve the slight cream to grey ombré design.
the gold threads add just the right
hint of luxury.
gami rose gold candleholder
love these as objects in the bathroom, they add a touch of glam and warmth—LOVING GLITZ AND GLAM!!

Thanks to megan, product manager.

Friday
Dec072012

happy hanukkah 5773

Hanukkah begins tomorrow at sunset—known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is observed by lighting a Menorah which holds 9 candles. One for each night of the holiday, and an extra light called a shamash—meaning guard or servant. The shamash is traditionally placed higher than the others and is lit each night since it’s used to light all the other candles.

Happy Hanukkah!

photo by: scazon

Tuesday
Dec202011

happy hanukkah!

photo by: scazonKnown as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is observed by lighting a Menorah which holds 9 candles.

One is for each night of the holiday, and an extra light called a shamash—meaning guard or servant. Traditionally placed higher than the others, it’s lit each night and is used to light all the other candles.

Hanukkah begins tonight at sunset—Happy Hanukkah!

Friday
Nov112011

how to: make a tacktile board wreath

Supplies:
1 tacktile message board
10 wall-mounted candleholders
10 clear-cupped tealight candles
standard t-pins

Directions:
1. Hang the tacktile board in desired location according to the product instructions.
2. Starting at the 12:00 position, secure one wall-mounted candleholder with a t-pin.
3. Repeat at the 6:00 position.
4. Creating a circle, fill in between those positions spacing candleholders equally apart.
5. Light tealights and place in candleholders.
Optional: spray glue the sides of the clear tealight cup and roll in glitter.

Thanks to marcus, prop stylist on this CB2 catalog shoot.