Sunday, May 15, 2011


Lilly's design director Janie Schoenborn makes every season a reason to love Lilly. Her preppy retro sensibility and new take on the classics has guided the brand to attract a whole new legion of followers. Happy happy joy joy!

A wall of Lilly wearing through the years hangs in their offices

A Lilly clad lady crossing Worth Avenue

With classic Palm Beach style, new Lee Jofa fabrics and HFI furniture from Lilly Pulitzer are here! Channeling a carefree life of leisure with a dose of fun has never been easier. The happy prints created by Stephen Elrod, creative director of Lee Jofa, are exactly what I had hoped for- they harken back to the tiny via Mizner store I would visit years ago in Palm Beach-- full of bold florals, incredible vibrant combinations and wonderful details. The entire collection of prints, solids and trims is terrific, whether you decide to go all out with the prints or do white upholstery with pops of color.

Including woven materials, rattan, bamboo and brass detailing, the line gets classic traditional and mid century influences just right. To learn more about where it will be available, visit Lilly Pulitzer.

The Beacher Peacock Chair
The Beacher Bar Stool
The Seagate Bunching Bookcase
The Seagate Side Chair in lime green

Here are some favorites

And yes, all the prints have the word Lilly on them somewhere!


kayce hughes said...

I love it all! I think that I might need to get the bamboo book cases for the store.

Pigtown*Design said...

love the dragon tails print!

The enchanted home said...

I just love this entire collection! I have been a Lily fan for a long long time and am thrilled to see them move well beyond clothinig these last few years and into the home. I think the textiles are so fresh, fun and crisp and eventually when we do our pool house I plan to "lily-ize" the entire thing!!!!!! Great inspiration.....

Lori Flaherty said...

These are so gorgeous. I especially love the turquoise dragon print.

Melly said...

What fun!!! Who wouldn't be happy living in a house full of Lilly?!?