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Collaborate: Stone Textile + The Distillery Austin


Last week we did a little photo collaboration with one of our favorite Austin based online vintage resources, The Distillery.   Catelyn and I thought it would be fun to combine some of their vintage barware with our Stone Textile tabletop accessories.  Make sure to check out The Distillery blog for more photos + the cocktail recipe we tried for the shoot.



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Stone Textile Diamond Cut Coasters + Diamond Print Napkins



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The Collection By Stone Textile

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Introducing The Collection By Stone Textile!  These amazing beaded leather pillows above  as well as other cool vintage finds are now available + shop-able on our website.  Vintage shopping has always been thrilling for me, it is in my blood.  My grandmother had an antiques business during the 60′s + 70′s in Chicago and I am looking forward to carrying on her legacy by sharing some pieces from my Collection.  Here are some of the finds for sale below (new items will be added every few weeks)  You can also head over to Domaine Home for a little background on these vintage beaded beauties!

Enjoy!  xx Elizabeth

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Color Block Benches / Before + After

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A few weeks ago I came across a pair of benches with great design lines—they needed some work!  I have been looking for a bench situation for the end of our bed for a while and I knew these would be perfect.  Even better?  The pair was $30!    After a trip to the upholsterer and some new black paint our color block benches are finished.  Before:

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After:  I chose a creamy gray velvet and a black velvet to use for upholstery.

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The line details on the legs won me over, very Art Deco.

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Found + Styled / Vintage Buffet

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Found: Back in March, a few of us drove to the Ft. Worth Antiques show outside of Dallas.  I spotted this amazing buffet table from across the room and knew that it would be a perfect fit for a client’s dining room.  We had it shipped, professionally lacquered in a beautiful light gray color, and within a month this one of a kind Art Deco piece (from the 1940′s) was ready to be styled.   Styled: Last week we took some photos and I love how it turned out.  Make sure to see the before photos below.

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The original chrome + black geometric hardware was a huge draw.

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My client’s collection of vintage glassware adds a beautiful pop of color.

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We used the Stone Textile Square Layers pillows on each side.

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I have always loved the Brunschwig & Fils dot fabric used on my client’s dining chairs.


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There was already a lot of wood in her space so we decided to paint it for a more updated look.

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Stone Textile Styled / The Deco Stripe Pillow


This week I finished up an Edesign project for an amazing client.  We have very similar tastes so designing her Chicago bachelorette pad was really fun.  In her living room design, featured below, I used our new Modern Deco Print Pillow.  See how I have styled it above.

Sources:  Pillows: Stone Textile, Coffee Table: Jonathan Adler, Rug: Lulu and Georgia, Geo Side Table: Black Rooster Decor, Artwork: The Astate, Wallpaper: Black Crow Studio, Sofa: Walter E. Smith



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Vintage Made Modern Tabletop / Chase + Scout

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I recently learned about an Austin based company called Chase + Scout.  They collect vintage china and then screen print on top creating the perfect vintage meets modern look.  We are using their plates + tea cup/saucer sets at our SXSW Pop-Up Shop.   I love how their pieces mesh with our Diamond Print table linens.  We had a lot of fun putting this together yesterday.  Here are a few images from our set up…

SWSW POP UP SHOP Information: Tribe For The  Masses / 315 Congress (Congress and 3rd Street, the shop below the restaurant Swift’s Attic)

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A few pieces from their website:



A sneak peek at the almost finished POP UP tabletop…

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What do you collect?


I think everyone should have some kind of collection..this week OKL founder Susan Feldman’s home was featured on Domaine.  She spoke about her love for decorative boxes and how she always ends up finding unique ones in her travels. Well Susan, I can totally relate.  I have slowly become a “box lady” myself.  I always loved hearing about what people collect.  For my grandmother, it was antique dinnerware and my mom still loves searching ornate glass pieces….I guess collections run in the family…what do you collect?


My favorite piece is this vintage deco style box that belonged to my grandfather.

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Found + Styled / Round Top Edition

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Last week we went to Round Top and Marburger and came back with a bunch of great pieces.  Here are a few things that are actually being used right now and not sitting in my (growing by the minute!) storage unit.  Found:  A rare rose gold perforated metal cafe chair.  Since I have a chair addiction and have absolutely no room for this I had to pass it along to my friend.  Styled:  This is now the perfect little accent chair in Rachel’s apartment. Classic and cool.

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Here is a little piece I took home with me.  Found:  A brass and glass show box.  Styled:  When I saw this I immediately thought of the pile of vintage bracelets I keep on my vanity.  Now, I can see all of them and will actually rotate them.



Found + Styled No.2

Found-+-Styled-No.2_Stone-TSometimes it’s the little things that make a room special.  A few months ago I posted this guest room project.  The vintage hotel key board was one of my favorite details and when I was in New York I found the perfect accessory to complete the room.  My client’s house number is 204 and after searching for 15 minutes, in what seemed like a sea of vintage keychains, I found it!   When they sent me a photo I knew I had to share….



Found + Styled No. 1

Tea-CupWe all know that I love vintage shopping (treasure hunting).  Last week, while shopping with friends at Brooklyn Flea, we came across a beautiful turquoise + gold art deco style tea cup.  As much as we would have loved to have found the whole set, I knew that this one touch of turquoise would be perfect for the living room book shelves of the NY Project.  Even though they are in different rooms, I love how you can see the turquoise of the tea cup and the turquoise graphic wallpaper at the same time (from certain angles).  See how I styled it below…