CW Summer Furniture Collection

We are thrilled to announce that we have added new summer pieces to our furniture collection! It’s filled with bold and bright patterns that are the perfect way to refresh your home. Visit the website to pick your favorites!

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Zoe Bench in Blush (Available in multiple fabrics)


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Kate Settee in Grey Blooms (Available in other fabrics)


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Dylan Settee (Available in multiple fabrics)


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Ava Cocktail Ottoman (Available in multiple fabrics)

Design 101: Favorite Paints

Every designer has their go-to paints that work well in practically any space. Choosing the perfect color for a particular room can seem overwhelming, but I’ve gathered 8 of my tried and true favorites to get you started!


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Super White by Benjamin Moore

Super White

  • My go-to color
  • Brightest white
  • Looks crisp & clean
  • Recommended for millwork
  • Be careful not to use with another trim color
  • Works well with cooler shades such as blue, gray, purple, and pink
  • Modern without any icy blue undertones


Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore

Hale Navy

  • A timeless classic
  • Saturated shade of navy blue
  • Appears purple when first coat is applied,but don’t worry–it will be beautiful and sophisticated once the second coat is dry
  • A great neutral alternative to gray or black
  • This hue is a chameleon that goes with almost any other color
  • Pairs nicely with grey, whites, and sandy tones
  • A rich blue without pulling green or gray undertones
  • Pairs well with corals, rusty oranges, and gold but works with any pop of color
  • A great accent on kitchen cabinets and kitchen islands


Emerald Vapor by Benjamin Moore

Emerald Vapor

  • Very light shade of green-cyan
  • Creates a spa-like space
  • Clean and fresh
  • Works well in dining areas or bathrooms


Classic Gray Benjamin Moore

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  • A timeless, pale gray with warm undertones
  • A fresh neutral that will work with any space and lots of other colors
  • Beautiful with peacock blue accessories
  • Not a dreary gray. It is especially bright when its paired with white
  • Pairs well with super light shades and neutrals


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Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore

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  • A light neutral with a lot of depth
  • Great in kitchens and bathrooms
  • Has slight purple undertones
  • Great for interior and exterior and is a wonderful complement with almost any color


Graystone by Benjamin Moore


  • Appealing in all kinds of lights
  • Looks great in both interior and exterior spaces
  • Slightly taupe and clay-like


London Fog by Sherwin Williams 
London Fog
  • Just the right amount of brown undertones for a beautiful neutral gray
  • Soothing shade of pale grey


Rockport Grey by Benjamin Moore 
Rockport Gray
  • Moody gray tone with some mocha in it. Expect it to be dark
  • Smoky and sophisticated
  • Pops with white trim
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New Carseat Covers Now Available

Our new carseat covers have arrived and are now available in our shop! Tote your little one around in a chic CWT carseat canopy cover. This cover will keep your babe safe from the elements with durable double-sided cotton canvas! Our carseat covers are

100% Cotton Canvas
Adjustable velcro attachment straps
Fits all makes and models of infant carseats
Dry clean only

Visit to pick your favorite!

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Design 101: Mixing Patterns

Ready to redecorate but not sure where to start? Take heart–we’re here to help. We are thrilled to bring to you a special project we’ve been working on, CW Design 101!

 CW Design 101 will answer all of your design questions as well as give you insight into our favorite tips and tricks of the trade. We’ll teach you the basics of restyling your home like a pro, including choosing a good paint color, how to style a shelf or sectional, mixing pillow patterns and more!

 Up first in Design 101 is Mixing Patterns! It’s not always easy to coordinate patterns, but we have created a fool-proof system for all of your pattern-mixing needs. Whether you’re wanting a coordinated collection, juxtaposed and fun, or classic monochromatic … You’ll be a pro in no time!

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We’ve broken it down style by style for you so you can see which you like best!



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How To: The Best Rooms for Wallpaper

From classic and simple to bold and graphic, the right wallpaper can instantly transform any room. Not sure which room to wallpaper? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite rooms to wallpaper with a few tips in between. Enjoy!

Powder Bath

Don’t be fearful of hanging wallpaper in a bathroom. It can give personality to an otherwise small space and gives you the chance to go big and bold without too much of a commitment.  Powder baths are preferable since there is rarely a shower or much moisture, which could affect the longterm wear of the wallpaper.

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Dining Room

The dining room is a perfect place for wallpaper because it can typically feel harder to decorate because of the lack of furniture that a dining room requires. Not only does it give the room a sense of style but it helps the room feel alive and inviting, making it perfect for hosting. Don’t be afraid to go bold if you love a pattern.  Be sure to consider the size of your dining room when choosing your wallpaper. For smaller dining rooms try a bigger, less pattern to help make the room seem larger and for the larger dining rooms a busier pattern will give the room a sense of visual weight.



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Laundry Room

Laundry is one of those chores that will never go away, so why not make the experience a little more aesthetically pleasing? Wallpapering your laundry room is an easy way to create a comfortable, pleasant environment that still remains highly functional. Wallpaper is particularly nice in a laundry room because there are less upper cabinets and therefore more space for pattern to be seen. You can also use wallpaper as a backsplash in the laundry room because it’s not necessary to have tile there since laundry rooms aren’t typically very wet rooms.

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Adding a subtle wallpaper to your kitchen can make it warm, bright, and fresh. Since we all spend a lot of time in our kitchens, look for something simple and clean that adds a pop of color or pattern, but one that won’t overwhelm an already busy area.  We love to see a tonal grey and white because of how beautifully it pairs with marble and stainless steel appliances.

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