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Store Spotlight: Hoaglands of Greenwich & Sue Fisher King

At Kim Seybert, we get to work with many wonderful shops across the country, each with their own distinct aesthetic and recognizable style. With so many outstanding partnerships, we have introduced our Store Spotlight series in which we showcase a few of our favorites shops and boutiques and the ways they uniquely display their product.

We’re kicking off our new series with Hoagland’s of Greenwich and Sue Fisher King, each an iconic destination in their respective hometowns and each known for offering the finest home décor and entertaining pieces to their loyal customers. Every shop in our Store Spotlight presents a uniquely creative way of displaying Kim Seybert collections, and Hoagland’s and Sue Fisher King are no exception.

 

Hoaglands of Greenwich
Greenwich, CT

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Pictured: Ming Border Napkin, Carnival Napkin Ring in Navy

“Polished and refined” are the best ways to describe Hoagland’s. Known locally as the destination for entertaining pieces as well as registries, the exquisite gift shop on Greenwich, Connecticut’s main thoroughfare features an immaculate collection of cultivated, hand-selected merchandise that has earned the store its stellar reputation. Loyal customers from Greenwich and the surrounding tri-state area return again and again for Hoagland’s breadth of decor, fine china, and highly personalized services, an ideal combination that serves both brides and hostesses.

In May, Hoagland’s will launch its e-commerce site, bringing their intimate shopping experience to clients worldwide.

 

 

Hoaglands Sunroom April 2017
Pictured: Stamped Coasters, Emoji Coasters, and Sea Odyssey Coasters

Layering textiles with bold decor pieces create this soft and approachable vignette. The shades of sky blue mixed with pops of gold add lightness to the full display.

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Pictured: Stamped Coasters
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Pictured: Distressed Napkin in Natural and Silver, Flux Napkin Ring in Silver

A tight palette of pewter grays is anything but ordinary when layering texture, hand-thrown dinnerware and a gauzy natural napkin.

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Pictured: Chinoiserie Runner, Ming Beaded Coasters

A feast for the eyes, this Chinoiserie driven display keeps the eye moving by playing with height, contrasting shapes, and depths of color.

To follow Hoagland’s of Greenwich on Instagram, click here.

Sue Fisher King
San Francisco, Ca

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A mainstay in the Pacific Heights, Sue Fisher King has been a long-established landmark for decorators and locals alike since opening its doors in 1978. The sophisticated shop is filled to the brim with pieces curated by King’s discerning eye, from luxurious fine linens to elegant tabletop. Her displays are thoughtful, approachable, and awash in color, something King never shies away from. With such a wide-ranging assortment, from the eclectic to the classic, Sue Fisher King is an experience for the senses.

When it comes to table settings, King’s personality shines through. Clients flock to her establishment as much to shop as to just view the non-traditional styles—prints overlaid with pattern and the more offbeat table schemes—on display week after week. Creating a statement through the layering of textures with unique china, not to mention a vivid palette, is King’s hallmark.

 

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Pictured: Jengaa Napkin in Navy & Blue, Spider Bead Burst Napkin Ring in Turquoise, Confetti Placemat in Turquoise

This large scale floral tablecloth creates a summery backdrop to this aqua setting. The bold stripe of pink adds a playful contrast to the otherwise, monochromatic table.

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Pictured: Spider Bead Burst Napkin Ring in Brown

Coordinating the shades of brick red and chocolate brown found on the mushroom salad plates with the unexpected patterns in the tablecloth and napkins create this memorable, woodland themed table.

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Pictured: Wood Constellation Napkin Ring in Seafoam
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Pictured: Wood Constellation Napkin Ring in White

Continuing with the non-traditional look, this table setting is tied together using a tight palette of red and blue. Simple rimmed plates are counterbalanced with a vibrant printed napkin and radial striped placemat in coordinating colors.

 

To follow Sue Fisher King on Instagram, click here.

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