One of my favorite things to share on this blog are businesses local to Charleston. We're really not a big shopping city, but there are some major gems here and there throughout town. Two of which are Candelabra and their sister store, Lyndon Leigh. Do you remember when I added a few pieces from these stores in our last house? (here and here!) The greatest thing is that you can shop Candelabra and Lyndon Leigh online—they share a website!
We went to both stores to do a little shopping around. They're both in Mount Pleasant not far away from each other at all. We've been on the hunt for a few things for our formal living room. I was also asked to style a tablescape or vignette, so I did both! Today I'm share pictures of shopping around at the stores, a table I styled at Lyndon Leigh, and a console look I put together over at Candelabra.
Lyndon Leigh is the larger of the two stores. It's full of a little bit of everything from lighting to flatware and glassware, pillows and accessories, rugs, and their big focus, furniture. There is so much to see (in Lyndon Leigh... I had to because it rhymes) that I could spend hours in there.
I mean, can you even get over all of this amazingness?
See my new funky shoes, by the way? They are Steve Madden! Jacket is J. Crew, pants are Zara, blouse is WhoWhatWear for Target, and bag is Gucci.
Then for the styling.
I mixed two different place settings—the Blue Pheasant Sallsbury Collection and Marcus Collection in grey. I also used Blue Pheasant's Margot Placemats, Julieta Silverware, and Alexandra Glassware. The striped napkins are by Zestt.
These pillows below are so fun.
Then, Candelabra! It's off of Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. It's the older of the two shops and full of charm and pretty pieces. Their main focus is lighting, although there's a bit of everything in there, too. I styled a gorgeous buffet server. Kept it pretty simple, but with some fun touches.
I chose these fun striped lamps to go on either side. A bit different than my normal choice, but I thought they were a quirky contrast against the simple art. All of their lamps are amazing. The object I'm holding below is the Dimond Chinook Wooden Spike Sculpture. You do not want to drop this thing on your foot, by the way.
There will be a part two coming soon. I picked out a few things! Stay tuned because I'm going to share what I picked and how I styled them in our house soon.