Things We Love: May

April showers brought May flowers — and then some. The world’s in bloom, putting us in a more romantic frame of mind this month. From a dreamy book about Paris to fanciful pieces for our home, here’s what we’re in love with in May:

A Gorgeous Book

Paris in Bloom brings photographer and author Georgianna Lane’s exquisite images to life. You’ll spend an afternoon lost in the photos of elegant floral boutiques, beautiful parks, and lively flower markets that can be found in the City of Light.

An Exquisite Armchair

Inspired by traditional Moroccan décor, the Eclectic Moroccan Inlay Bone Armchair features bone and wood inlays in the form of intricate floral and bird motifs. Use it as an accent in the entryway, or as a statement in a seating arrangement.

A Can’t-Miss Exhibit

Chihuly at New York Botanical Garden is a feast for the eyes. Dale Chihuly’s dazzling, colorful glass sculptures heighten the landmark landscape of the famed gardens, blurring the boundaries between the natural and man-made worlds.

A Dash of Darling

Add a charming note to a table or nightstand with these whimsical Staffordshire Ware Glazed Pottery Dalmatian Figures. We also love the idea of pairing this sweet duo on a bookshelf or desk — or gifting them to your favorite Dalmatian enthusiast.

A Great Escape

Take a much-needed break to a stylish Florida destination that’s under-the-radar — for now. Alys Beach features white beaches, turquoise water, and gorgeous architecture. We love the chic boutique hotel The Pearl, which boasts views of all of the aforementioned sights.

A Stylish Accent

Decorative nickel nailhead trim adds a fanciful pattern to this custom-made ottoman. Crafted of white ostrich leather, this is an accent piece that you’ll love for years.

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