Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Great Items Available From Hampton Showhouse!


It is always so sad when a showhouse closes and I have to dismantle the room but as the saying goes, "All Good things must come to an end".  And so it goes, it is time to uninstall my Hampton Designer Showhouse project.  If anyone is in need of great items for your porch, sunroom or basically any room in the house, I have some great buys on these items!  See below for prices! Email me at lisa@lisamende.com if you would like more info or would like to purchase.  The first person who says they want to purchase and pays within 24 hrs will win the item.  If you are local and can pick up the items will be available for pick up this Thursday.  What doesn't sell will be coming back to Charlotte on Friday.  So "Speak Now or forever, hold your peace".




photos by Marco Ricca Studios

Show house Items for Sale on Linden Outdoor Porch

If you are in the Hamptons and want to go by let me know! If you aren't in the Hamptons and need the items shipped we can check shipping quotes but this has to be done asap as these items need to be gone by this coming Friday, Sept 8th

1 Palm Beach Regency White Gampel Stoll Palm mirror - 38" w x 60"H -  $ 1995.00

1 Palm Beach Regency Gampel Stoll Elephant Console - 30.5 in.Hx60.25 in.Wx15.75 in.D $3500 

2 Wooden white pedestals 15"L x 15"W x 48"H $900 pair
2  Blue Alabaster Louise Gaskill Lamps 48"H  - $3800 pair
1 Bunny Williams white Diana Bust - 20"H X 9 3/8"W X 7"D  $75
4   18 x 18 Perrenials Happy Plaid Pillows in Coral with Down Inserts - 
4   18 x 18 Schumacher "Citrus Garden" Pattern Pillows with down inserts - 
4    Perrenial Outdoor Drapery Panels - 120" long -  
1 Chic Stays Book - $60
1 The Finer Things Book -  $40
1 Slim Aarons Book - $55
1 Palm book 32.00
1 Natural Curosities Book $200
1 Beaches Book by Gary Malin - $25
1 Brass Elephant bottle opener -  $20
1 piece of red coral $30
1 piece of white coral $40


Let me know if you see anything in the photos that you would like to purchase!  The items will be available for pick up until Friday morning, Sept 8th.  If you need an items shipped we can get you a quote. Email Lisa@lisamende.com for details



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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Editor At Large "Southampton Designer Showhouse 2017"


             
Thank You Editor at Large for including Lisa Mende Design in your coverage of the Southampton Designer Showhouse sponsored by Traditional Home Magazine!  The house built by Paramount Builders is open until Sept 4th.  If you haven't been make sure you go before the house closes!  

Click the link above to watch the coverage by Editor at Large's own, Fabulous Tori Mellott!  

Tori Mellott interviews Jill Waage, Alexa Hampton, Lisa Mende, Rajni Alex, Rayman Boozer, Jennifer Mabley, Austin Handler, Matthew Frederick, Michael Del Piero, Eddie Ross, Jean Liu, Catherine Davin, Richard Cerrone and Beth McDonough.

Click Here for information on the showhouse!


A Special Thank You to Woodard Furniture for Sponsoring Lisa Mende Design!   Woodard Furniture is top quality outdoor furniture.  I love their custom options they offer designers.  Their team is a dream to work with too!

  Click here and visit the Woodard Website to see this amazing line!  


Thank You To Room Partners who provided products for my room at the Southampton Designer Showhouse 2017:

Ballard Designs
Bunny Williams Home
Dash and Albert by Annie Selke
Louise Gaskill Lighting
NDI
Perennials Fabrics
Replacements, INC

A special Thank You also to Traditional Home Magazine for sponsoring the house and allowing me to participate!  

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Shhhhh....Listen Up! I Have Insider Info About High Point Market Insider's Tour! Never Been? Want To Go?




Have You Ever Wanted to Attend High Point Market or Haven't Been to High Point in the Past four or more years due to Circumstances?  Listen Up...


If you have never been to High Point Market and want to come and experience a Design Bloggers Insider's Tour, concierge level reservations, and treatment while there I might be able to hook you up as an insider!  Don't register on the High Point Website but instead click the link below! 

 As a 20+ year veteran of High Point Market, I'm here to tell you this is the way to come to market!  Experienced market attendees like myself will be there to guide you around market!  
Click Here to Keep Reading and Find Out How & Why You Should Come to High Point!

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Friday, July 28, 2017

Miles Redd For Ballard Designs



One of my favorite designers and AD100 constant, Miles Redd, has collaborated with Ballard Designs, to create a new line of furniture, accessories, and lighting which will launch in August!  If you are like me and can't wait til the official launch then pop over to the pre-launch sneak peek and take a gander here!

 I honestly like every piece in the line, but this post includes my favorites which I predict will be best sellers.   Miles Redd and Ballard Designs hit a major " home run" with this collection!  Make sure to tee up your purchases prior to the sale opening because I predict a quick sell out of the first inventory released.  You don't want to be on the back order list while watching others posting their Miles Redd/Ballard items in situ on instagram.  


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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Lisa Mende Design is Proud to Present The 'Linden House Outdoor Dining Porch" at The Hampton Designer Showhouse 2017



Hamptons Designer Showhouse
78 and 82 Rosko Lane Southampton, New York
July 23, 2017 - Sept 4, 2017
Open Monday - Sunday 11am - 5pm
Benefits Southampton Hospital

I am so honored to have been asked by Woodard Furniture and Traditional Home Magazine to design an outdoor porch at the Hampton Designer Showhouse in Southampton, NY.   When I was asked to create a porch, I decided I wanted it to be a dining porch which would combine the casualness of the North Carolina coast with the chic high style of the Hamptons.  As with all my projects, the initial design consideration was function and flow.  Once I had my beautiful Woodard furniture chosen, the next step was to address the aesthetic design of the porch.  That is where I really have fun but before I talk about that, let's address the items I chose from Woodard Furniture.  Are you familiar with Woodard?

Woodard is so great because they offer custom options that we designers love. I chose the Bay shore wicker dining chairs with cushions in sea salt and the Glade Isle dining table but I chose to use a custom hammered top in Aztec Bronze.  To finish the space I added a pair of Van Dyke side chairs but opted to remove the large back cushion and replaced with a lumbar pillow from Woodard so the handsome mid-century back is revealed.  Last but certainly not least, I chose to include a Woodard tea cart in a white lacquer which I set up as a bar cart.   
The only hard surface in the space to consider was the fireplace which is a peach colored brick, so the jumping off point of the color scheme began with choosing colors that would work back with the brick.  Everything else was white which I chose to keep, so the porch felt light and fresh.  I honestly wanted to paint the ceiling aqua but then it would need to be repainted after the showhouse closed so I decided to keep it white but if I had been designing a porch that would remain I would definitely have painted the porch ceiling aqua or haint blue.  It is the southern thing to do, right?  Old wives tales maintain the porch ceilings in the south were painted blue for two conflicting reasons.  One tale is they were painted blue to ward off evil spirits but honestly people are as superstitious today so that doesn't hold credit.   The other tale was the blue paint was done to ward off mosquitos, which could be more likely since paint back then was made from lye and once lick resulted in death.  Today, it is more likely we paint our ceilings blue as homage to our southern past and also because blue feels like the sky and expands the ceiling to feel more expansive.  I paint ceilings blue because I like adding accent colors.

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