Monday, January 30, 2012


Delicate petals made of metal form the tole botanicals from Tommy Mitchell. I have shown his designs before here, and you may have seen them at Bergdorf Goodman or Mary Mahoney in Palm Beach. At his inaugural gift show, see his potted flower creations on display. I hope this will mean you will see his flowers in many more wonderful stores. Placed on gilded brackets against a silver and white bamboo patterned wallpaper, the varied assortment of blooms including lily of the valley, thistle, auricula, hyacinth and orchid plants. He can do custom vases and pieces, just ask. Swing by and see his flowers at Pier 94 booth 44045. They are the perfect antidote to winter.

A mini lily of the valley in a mercury glass vase.

Blooms in a new metallic finish gleam in silver and gold painted creations.

Mitchell has garnered a loyal following for his pastel florals.

Create a totally different look with pots that range from mercury glass to woven metals.

Terra cotta planters have a rustic simplicity to them.


A+S / Tilton Fenwick said...

so chic! and no watering required! :)

Donna Benedetto said...

His pieces are beautiful, the presentation in his booth was stunning as well with the fretwork paper as the backdrop!

Marisa/Stylebeat said...

It just gleamed and glowed- such a pretty display idea