Books, Books, Books

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If there is one thing all of the SummerHouse designers have in common, it is a love of coffee table books! They look great in stacks, or simply by themselves adding a needed pop of color. Not only are they a great design tool, but they are just plain fun! Don’t you love picking up an intriguing coffee table book when you go to someone else’s home? Why not have some cool ones for your guests to peruse as well?

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Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

We have books on just about every topic and in just about every color, so head on over to our web store to browse! Here are a few of our new favorites…

Using coffee table books in design // www.alwayssummerblog.com

The Decorated Home // $50

The Way She Wears It // $24.99

A Field Guide To Whisky // $24.95

Food & Life // $50

Mrs. Howard Room By Room // $50

Out East // $75

30A Living // $50

In Bloom //  $45

Living In Style // $28

 You can never have too many pretty books (and they also make fabulous gifts!) so go ahead and stock up! 🙂

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Inside The Orange Box: Shelf Help

09
OCTOBER
2015

We’re back with another edition of Inside The Orange Box! Today’s topic: Bookshelves. Here is what we asked our designers!

What is one of your favorite ways to add interest to bookshelves?

INTERIOR DESIGNER LISA PALMER

Bookshelves can be challenging. I always like bookshelves to be about books. So I start at the bottom with books and work my way up adding accessories.  There is a balance achieved that is a little unexplainable when mixing accessories and books. I just know when the shelf is balanced and then when the side of the bookshelf in total is balanced. Sometimes you have to play with it several times to achieve it. I like to combine new and old, modern and traditional accessories with books as well as art in the bookshelves for an interesting balance.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER MARY COURTNEY JOHNS

I tend to keep shelving minimal so that each item has room to stand out on its on. This space is meant to display items personal to the home owner so there should be no need to add extra, meaningless pieces to fill leftover inches. Take your time to find items that are sentimental and appropriate.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER TODD PRINCE

I love working in small pieces of art and family photos into bookshelves so that it doesn’t read too “bookish.”  Also I love hanging art from the front of a shelf as well.  Great impact and it changes the depth perception of the entire bookcase.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER ELISH PHARES MOON

Mix static and organic elements. Books interspersed with horns or a geode. Make a bookshelf look a bit more collected by adding a novel sculpture. Bookshelves are a great place to let an owner’s individualism show through.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER KATY HINES

Art is a great way to add interest to bookshelves.  It can break your eye from the common repetitiveness of books and accessories.

INTERIOR DESIGNER CAMILLE HOLLAND PARKER

Using found objects and personal items, without over-crowding the shelves, is essential to adding interest. Most people assume filling up the bookshelves is the best way to tackle it, but I start just the opposite way. Less is more and creating symmetry with hefty and dainty objects is a great way to calm the eye when reading bookshelves.

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(( find all of the original sources of these photos via this pin board! ))

What is your favorite element to incorporate into bookshelves?

If you ever need any help with getting yours looking just right, don’t hesitate to call us for help! We love the challenge of bookshelves!

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Have a GREAT weekend!

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Luxury Reads

14
SEPTEMBER
2015

We just got in a huge shipment of INCREDIBLE books from Assouline, a company with the coolest reads around! All of them are just as pretty sitting on your coffee table as they are interesting to go through. Here are some of our top picks, although this is not all of the new ones we’ve gotten in!

Brand new shipment of Assouline books // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

A little about some of these lovely reads…

HUNTING: LEGENDARY RIFLES“Relating anecdotes of expeditions in different countries and exploring various traditions, Hunting: Legendary Rifles combines the thrill of the hunt with the history of the arms’ rich historic past, from creation and refinement of each gun to exhilarating examples of its use.”

CRAFT COCKTAILS“Craft Cocktails explores the new golden age of the cocktail as a culinary art form. Brian Van Flandern shares some of his famous recipes conceived while working as the head mixologist for Michelin three-star chef Thomas Keller at Per Se in New York. Additionally, Van Flandern has collected recipes from some of the best craft cocktail lounges in the city. From garnishes and glassware to temperature and balance, His original recipes can be found at bars in New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Singapore, and dozens of other major cities around the world.”

AMERICAN BEAUTY“Photographed by Vogue alumna Claiborne Swanson Frank, American Beauty is a tribute to the women who symbolize our country today—from Jenna Lyons to Lisa Mayock, Solange Knowles to Lily Aldridge—each of whom possesses an original blend of grit, grace, glamour, and gravitas that make them fitting exemplars of kaleidoscopic American beauty.”

IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HAMPTONS – From the glamorous parties and unparalleled beaches to the mega-estates and its storied history, the Hamptons are magnetic. This beautifully illustrated updated edition of In the Spirit of the Hamptons by Kelly Killoren Bensimon, including a new foreword by Pamela Fiori, sends the reader on a personal tour of the many hamlets that make up the Hamptons—each with its own charm—from iconic restaurants such as Southampton’s Sant’Ambroeus or the renowned Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill or the ultra high-end shopping scene in East Hampton.”

<< all excerpts taken from assouline.com >>

Shop all of these in our store! Coming soon to our online store!

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Showroom Shape Up

10
JUNE
2015

It’s been a while since we’ve shared some recent photos of the showroom! Things are looking really good around here, so if it’s been a while since you’ve been in, now is the time to come visit! We always have cold water, hot coffee, and a friendly face to make your experience as great as it possibly can be!

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

SummerHouse // Furniture and Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS // www.summerhousestyle.com

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Thank you so much for stopping in today! We hope to see you soon!
Give us a call if you see something you would like to know more about!
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The SummerHouse Bay at Mistletoe Marketplace

06
NOVEMBER
2014

‘Tis the season for Mistletoe Marketplace, Jackson’s official kickoff to the holiday season! As we have done the past several years, SummerHouse designed one of the entrances to the shopping part of the event, and it turned out beautifully!! Lisa and Marty, the brains behind the operation, went in the direction of a woman’s study with a beautiful, soft color palette. It’s always quite a rush getting our bay ready to go, but always a lot of fun. When you’re ordering pieces from market (which was just a couple of weeks ago!), having custom pieces made, and obsessing over the tiny details, like pencil color (seriously!), like designers do, it’s quite a feat getting everything finished in time! But there’s nothing like a hard deadline to get things happening! 😉

Here are some snapshots of our space… We hope you’ll stop by and take a look if you get to go to Mistletoe this year!

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SummerHouse Bay at Mistletoe Marketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

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SummerHouse Bay at Mistletoe Marketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

SummerHouse Bay at Mistletoe Marketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

SummerHouse Bay at Mistletoe Marketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

We also got to do the Corporate Sponsor Lounge! Here are a few pics of that…

Corporate Sponsor Lounge at Mistletoe MArketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Corporate Sponsor Lounge at Mistletoe MArketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Corporate Sponsor Lounge at Mistletoe MArketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Corporate Sponsor Lounge at Mistletoe MArketplace // www.alwayssummerblog.com

What do you think? Do you have a favorite element?

For the first time this year, it’s time to say Happy Holidays and Merry (early) Christmas!)

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One Dreamy Nursery

10
JUNE
2014

Designer Todd Prince recently completed a nursery for a very special little girl that we are so excited to share with you! Nursery design is always so much fun, and we love the direction Todd took with this particular one. We’ll let him tell more about it!

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“The first thing the client said is, “I want it dreamy. I want to walk in and it feel soft and dreamy.”

They wanted it comfortable and light with just a little bit of blush and white. They wanted interesting and open storage, which is why we did the open shelving so it can grow with her, and we did a 3-drawer chest as a changing table that can one day be used more like a dresser as she gets older.”

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“We did a swivel glider chair and ottoman in the room that is comfortable for the mother now, but can also grow with the room as the child gets older. We tried to do things that would work great with the nursery but would also grow along with the child. The only thing that really won’t grow with her is the bed.”

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“My client never said she wanted floral, but when she said “dreamy” to me, I just kept picturing something that was pale and large scale. That blush colored Mary McDonald large-scale fabric we used for drapery was the impetus for everything that happened in the room.

She did say more than once that she didn’t want the room to feel like a big linen bedroom. She wanted texture but she wanted it light. So we did a washable velvet on the swivel rocker, a hide on the ottoman, which is easily cleanable, a heavyweight linen on the drapery, and the carpet is a very thickly woven continuous loop carpet so it has the look of a lambs wool sweater. I had a local artisan tweak the finish on the Restoration Hardware baby bed, and did a mixture of silver and gold on all of the metal in the room. We mixed lots of texture to create interest.”

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“I tried to make it as flexible as possible all while keeping it completely dreamy like a baby. The word dreamy kept coming up a million times. That was the only word she could find to describe the way she wanted the room to feel!”

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“We did an antique venation glass mirror to make the space feel like it had a little age to it, but the art is all modern. We hung the really glossy Bonnie Fuchs paintings with two Sarah Haas Otts paintings salon style so nothing would be too matchy matchy.  To play off the artwork, and to counteract the hide and linen, I needed a little bit of shimmer at the bottom of the bed so we did a Classic Cloth silk bedskirt and used a Samuel & Sons trim for just a little bit of shimmer.”

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

Dreamy Little Girl's Nursery by SummerHouse Designer Todd Prince

“And, most importantly, we left as much room as we could in the middle of the room for her to play!”

We love how it turned out, and Todd’s client loved it too, which is the most important opinion of all! We hope you love this as much as we do!

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Some Light Reading

09
DECEMBER
2013

We’ve been doing a lot more reading lately here at SummerHouse! Because of all of the beautiful new books we have available at the store, our holiday reading lists (and wish lists!) have really grown!

Who doesn’t enjoy a little light reading about design and southern culture… especially when gorgeous photography is involved?! We think these books would make great gifts for others, or great additions to your own libraries!

A Little Light Reading // SummerHouse

Clockwise from top left:

Decorating in Detail by Alexa Hampton
In Decorating in Detail, Alexa shares the development process for eight elegant homes in locations from New York City to New Orleans. Walking readers through each room, she describes how she and the homeowners chose all of the elements, from textures to fabrics to furniture.
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Glamorous Retreats by Jan Showers
Jan’s second book, Glamorous Retreats showcases the designer’s most luxurious interiors—beautiful vacation locales across North America and the Caribbean.
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Beauty at Home by Aerin Lauder
For the first time, Aerin shares memories of the family celebrations and world travel that formed her sense of style. Aerin opens the doors to her New York apartment, where on any given night she might host a relaxed dinner with firends under a vintage French chandelier or, just as often, an impromptu get-together for her sons.
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Timeless Style by Suzanne Kasler
Suzanne Kasler, best known for crafting beautifully sophisticated interiors with soft palettes, revisits some of her favorite projects, among them her own Federal-style home in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Scattered throughout the text are useful tips, such as grouping similar objects to create more of a visual impact.
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The Southerner’s Handbook: A Guide to Living the Good Life by the editors at Garden & Gun
Whether you live below the Mason Dixon Line or just wish you did, The Southerner’s Handbook is your guide to living the good life. Curated by the editors of the award-winning Garden & Gun magazine, this compilation of more than 100 instructional and narrative essays offers a comprehensive tutorial to modern-day life in the South.
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Aero by Thomas O’Brien
Thomas O’Brien’s newest book Aero celebrates 20 years of his famed Aero Design Studio as well as an intimate look at his design philosophy. From O’Brien’s vivid reminiscences about his early days in art school in Manhattan, to details of his personal residence and the development of his acclaimed studio and store, Aero covers the history and aesthetic of not only the Soho landmark but the man behind it.
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Fondren Unwrapped TONIGHT!

21
NOVEMBER
2013

Fondren Unwrapped

Tonight is Fondren Unwrapped! We hope you’ll take a minute to stop by our booths at Interiors Market and have a look around! We have some beautiful Christmas items for your home, some incredible gifts, and of course, some fab furniture! Plus, a few of our designers will be there hanging out, and they would love to meet you if they haven’t already!!

Once you enter Interiors Market, our booths are the first two you’ll come to when you take a right!

SUMMERHOUSE AT INTERIORS MARKET

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // Fondren

Hope to see you out tonight!

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Market Recap, Part One

28
OCTOBER
2013

Our High Point team (which consisted of Lisa, Todd, Marty, and Lindsey) got back from their furniture market expedition last week and we’ve had so much fun looking at all of their pictures!

They took a lot of great ones, so here’s PART ONE of our favorites… You’ll see the rest tomorrow! The creativity that goes into many of these showrooms is absolutely inspiring!

These are from Club Cu / Blaxsand’s showroom:

Market Recap - Club Cu // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Club Cu // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Club Cu // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Club Cu // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Club Cu // SummerHouse

This beautiful pooch was at the Currey showroom behaving perfectly!!

Market Recap - Currey & Co // SummerHouse

Hickory Chair’s showroom never disappoints…

Market Recap - Hickory Chair // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Hickory Chair // SummerHouse

And neither does OLY! (Plus their party was extra fun this year!)

Market Recap - OLY // SummerHouse
Market Recap - OLY // SummerHouse

Market Recap - OLY // SummerHouse

The team fell in LOVE with these tin flowers and sculptures… The rest of us can’t wait to see them in person!

Market Recap - Tommy Mitchell // SummerHouse

Market Recap - Tommy Mitchell // SummerHouseNeat, aren’t they?!

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post with PART TWO of the market recap photos! 🙂

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A Modern Girly Girl’s Bedroom

31
MAY
2013

We’ve got a great bedroom to show you today!

Our leading lady Lisa Palmer (and her fab assistant Elish) completed this adorable teenage girl’s bedroom a while ago, but we just now made it a point to get some good pictures of it!

MODERN GIRLY GIRL'S BEDROOM BY LISA PALMER // SUMMERHOUSE

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Lisa says, “She is sort of a modern girly girl. She wanted a feminine, soft, restful bedroom, and she wanted to keep everything light. She wanted fabrics and colors to be soft.”

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

“It all started with the peacock!” Lisa says. This Lauren Barksdale painting has a beautiful palette of blues from which to choose, and was the perfect jumping off point.

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouseBlue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

“She has a great sitting area that she and her friends can use as a gathering spot. She really uses her room a lot,” says Lisa.

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

“She really wanted something mirrored in the room, so we went with this Bungalow 5 mirrored chest.”

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

Blue + white teenage girl's bedroom | Designed by Lisa Palmer // SummerHouse

We love this room and think it’s the perfect blend of fun and sophistication! Good work, Lisa!!

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“Home Away From Home” Master Bedroom Design

15
APRIL
2013

Lisa and Elish have a beautiful ongoing project with a very dear client who lives in a fantastic Fondren home, and the master bedroom in this home has recently been completed!

HOME AWAY FROM HOME // SUMMERHOUSE // RIDGELAND, MS

Lisa on this bedroom:

“When I first met with my client, the first thing I noticed about this room was that the original furnishings were out of scale. The bed was too small for the space, the side tables were too small, and the rug was too small. So my challenge was to make sure that the pieces I selected would fit in this very large room with large walls and tall ceilings.”

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

“My client wanted a sitting area where they could watch television, but they also wanted to be able to watch television from their bed, so I had that challenge too.”

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

“The client wanted the bedroom to be a “home away from home.” My design approach was to make it light and airy and soft so I chose fabrics that were a mixture of natural linen, velvet, and even a washable velvet on the swivel chairs and ottoman in the sitting area. When you’re going white on upholstery, that kind of thing is important!”

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

“There’s a lot of custom work in this space as well. The bed, the etagere, the desk, and the side tables were all custom made. In fact, the desk was touched by four different artisans!”

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

“There was some renovation in the space as well. We changed an old, low cased archway by raising it and adding old beams. We redesigned the fireplace, mantle, and stonework to give it a fresh look. And we repainted all the walls.”

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

Fondren Residence by Lisa Palmer | SummerHouse, Ridgeland, MS

“The room is now updated, bright, and I think really beautiful.”

This is what we call a MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
What is your favorite aspect of this space?

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Decorating for a Cause

24
DECEMBER
2011

On Sunday, December 11th, Reunion (a neighborhood in Madison) hosted their annual Tour of Homes where people could buy tickets to view five beautiful homes all decorated for Christmas. This is something Reunion does each year to help raise money for various area charities chosen by the homeowners. We had the pleasure this year of helping one of our favorite families get their home ready for the tour. The charity this family chose to help was the Mississippi Children’s Museum. Take a look at their beautiful home, made even more beautiful with a little help from Marty and Melanie!

Lisa has helped this wonderful family with their home for years and years and has done a beautiful job, don’t you think?! The last two photos are of the most recently completed bedroom belonging to the family’s youngest daughter. It turned out so nicely!

*Thanks to our friend Rachel Kabukala for all of her gorgeous photographs!*

We hope you’re having a lovely holiday season so far! Can you believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve?!

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Creepy Chic

In honor of Halloween (which is only a couple of days away… How did it get here so fast!?), we’ve put together a small collection of Creepy Chic rooms, decorated with unconventional or just downright creepy art and accessories.

Skulls on the wall? Creepy art over the bed? (Maybe in the living room, yeah, but right over your head as you sleep at night? A little scary!) These designers know just how to incorporate these into a livable space without seeming terribly frightening! (Photos collected from Lonny and Rue)

A skull sits right there on the table between those two chairs. This family must not have any kids!
Not only does this artwork have a slightly scary flair to it, but that hand on the cocktail table could really creep a girl out!
Such a beautiful, serene room. Then you notice the eyeball in the piece of art on the right! Wow…
Skulls in the bookshelf
Skulls on the wall… This skull is actually pretty cool and funky!
Try falling asleep at night with this crazy lady hanging over your head…. NOOO THANK YOU!

Got some other good photos we could add to our collection? Post them on our Facebook wall and you just might win a fun prize! We wish you a Creepy Chic Halloween!! Be careful out there this weekend!

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