Margaret Zainey Roux Collection

  1. Acrylic picture frames— They instantly transform an antique book page, a pressed botanical, or a vintage textile remnant into a unique, free-standing piece of art.
  2. Bloom large serving bowl—Bloom’s petal-like rim and melamine composition keeps wine bottles cradled and chilled on the bar.
  3. Acrylic stocking holders— I adore an extravagant holiday mantel, but my antique marble mantel is inherently ornate so keep it fuss-free with fresh greens and garden roses, a few rose-gold glass baubles, and simple Belgian linen stockings. The acrylic stocking holders also lighten up the look and make perfect platforms for pillar candles!
  4. Acrylic dove—I love how Colleen took this traditional symbol of peace and hope and modernized it with an abstract profile and contemporary acrylic composition. At Christmas, I’ll perch a single dove on the side of a potted amaryllis or paperwhites. At Easter, I’ll secure one to the center of a grapevine cross with white flowers woven through it.
  5. Logan Ledford Holiday Ornaments—Logan’s ornaments remind me of champagne bubbles—sparkly and effervescent! I’ll corral a dozen of them in a glass bowl on the coffee table or scatter a few here and there on different surfaces around the house.