Last month, just before the holidays, I received an invite from the cool guys at Clutter, to attend an event at Fleurish which included drinks and food and floral making arrangements. Fleurish is a local florist in Brentwood (Los Angeles) that provides a “bar” to create and make your own floral arrangements. A fun concept and a great place to team up for an event or party as the Clutter guys did!

And the question: Who/what is Clutter? They are a new company revolutionizing the idea of storing your extra “clutter” or perhaps a few things around the house you’d like “out” yet not ready to part with and maybe just don’t have the space to store it either. The people from Clutter will come and package up those extras, haul it away, inventory it, and store it. All until you are ready or needing for them to bring it back!


The walk-in floral fridge to pick your own flowers!


Signage seen within the retail space.


The “flower bar” where creations are made!


My creation. It was deemed “organic” while my partner in crime Deanna (a wedding planner), churned out something much more architectural in design. Ironically. She has a keen eye inherent of her event planning business.


Gift bags and sweets, courtesy of Clutter, to take home.


And a special shout out to Josh from Clutter. He has skill when it comes to assembling gift bags. Thank you for the gifts Clutter! I have a special gift certificate giveaway to come!

For more info, visit Clutter.

All photos by Jill Seidner Interior Design

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The Christopher Guy showroom on Beverly Boulevard, in the heart of the West Hollywood Design District, is in full festive holiday mode. The front windows are decorated with gifts and an elegant white tree among sophisticated Christopher Guy furniture pieces. I happen to pass by the other evening en route to an event and catpured a few pictures of the glam window display.


A view from the sidewalk of the Christopher Guy showroom on Beverly Boulevard.


Christopher Guy’s iconic display of a tree, reminiscent of one I saw at Decorex while on Blog Tour London with Modenus.


One of the most elegant and glamourous holiday window displays on Beverly Blvd.


A glimpse into the showroom.


And on the other side is another window display – a complete living room vignette turned facing the street!


Would love your vote for a chance to win a spot on the Ambiente Frankfurt Blog Tour with Modenus, please click “Like” here and check out all the other great holiday window display pictures!

Happy Holidays!

Photos by Jill Seidner Interior Design

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Designer Kelly Wearstler recently launched a line of stationary and invitations with the online company and popular app Paperless Post. Over 50 unique designs that display Kelly’s signature style are featured in the line.

















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Happy New Year!

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Hope you ring in the new year both gorgeous & glam! Happy 2013!

Here are some interiors that are both gorgeous and glam!

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For more inspiration, follow me on Pinterest.

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The Reindeer Project

Posted By Jill-LA | Dec 23, 2012 | 1 Comment | Category: Art, Holiday, Website News

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Currently on display at the Century City shopping center (an outdoor shopping mall here in LA) is The Reindeer Project: a curated selection of twelve local artists who have transformed a blank reindeer statue into a unique piece of art. The reindeer displays are showcased thorough out the shopping center and being auctioned to benefit Inner-City Arts, a non-profit devoted to bringing arts education back to students in the public school system.

The Reindeer Project at Century City, LA.

Reindeer by artist Johnny Taylor.

Reindeer by artist Couto Bros.

Reindeer by artist Man One and Max Neutra.

Reindeer by artist Marilinda Rivera.

Kids can also come and create chalkboard reindeer art!

For more info & pics, visit the Facebook or click here.

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I am happy to announce the winner of Olioboard’s Holiday Entertaining Design contest that I took part in judging. So many fantastic and creative design boards were submitted (which made it a challenge to select just one!). However, one lucky winner was announced last week…

The winner: “A Blue Christmas” with My Two Designers by Olioboard member Anne.

Here are some of the other great design boards that made the top eight (you’ll see why it was hard to choose!):

“Relax & Enjoy” by Allison.

Another from winner Anne, “White Christmas.”

“Cozy Cool Christmas”

To view the other runners up, visit the Olioboard website here.

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Happy Holiday Weekend!

Posted By Jill-LA | Apr 06, 2012 | No Comments | Category: Decorating, Holiday

Happy Passover and Happy Easter!

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Happy Holidays!

Posted By Jill-LA | Dec 26, 2011 | 3 Comments | Category: Holiday

Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays!

I spent the past weekend on Balboa Island in Newport Beach for a holiday getaway. On Christmas Eve, I got a special treat – I met fellow Material Girls blogger Emily who’s visiting Southern California from Dallas! Emily along with her husband Ben came to Balboa Island for a brief visit. It was fun to meet up and show them around a bit!

A Christmas Eve sunset from Balboa Island.

On Christmas Day I had brunch at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort (which I blogged about last year).

It was a really beautiful day having brunch overlooking Newport Harbor.

Despite the “summer like” day, the private beach at the Balboa Bay Club was empty!

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Here’s to 2012…Happy New Year!

(Photos by Jill Seidner)

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Our fellow bloggers are all sharing “thanks” around the blogsphere…

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Cassandra from coco + kelley said it best, read it here and see her pretty table setting!

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See the pretty fall trees from Katie of katiedid.

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Jen of Made by Girl shares her Thanksgiving Day menu.

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Thanksgiving table decor by Camille of Camille Styles blog.

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Brittany of Brittany Stiles blog shows us a “Thanksgiving table/flea market style.”

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Thanksgiving decor from Emily Clark.

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Thanksgiving inspiration from Pure Style Home.

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And a “retro Thanksgiving” from Pam at Retro Renovation!

Happy Thanksgiving to all our fellow bloggers & readers!

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Back from Summer Vacation!

Posted By Jill-LA | Sep 03, 2011 | 3 Comments | Category: Holiday, Website News

Hope everyone is enjoying their “end of summer” weekend and had a great summer! I can’t believe it’s already September! I spent the month of August on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, CA where my family lives and my dad keeps his boat. I actually lived on the boat for the month and it was a really nice change of pace.  Thought I would share some highlights from my summer vacation!

The boat is docked quite literally just steps from the beach, as seen here from the aft of the boat. These homes are on the Beacon Bay waterfront side of Balboa Island.

How cute is my nephew Eli hanging out on the boat!

Paddling on the bay is very popular, many canoes, paddlers would go by daily…

…some with their dog too!

But I actually spent my summer days working…

…and here too.

But the reality is, most days were actually spent hard at work here.

But EVERY day at the *office* was finished with an amazing sunset like this one!

Or this one!

Mornings started early, where the water was like glass and it was peacefully quiet.

My sleeping quarters were not the “captain’s quarters,” instead I opted for a modest “cabin.”

And the most compact bathroom I ever got ready in each and every day. (Although it’s not every day you see a seal swim by from the “head!”)

The galley style kitchen located on the lowest level of the boat.

When I did venture off the boat, my favorite thing to do was take the Ferry from Balboa Island across the harbor to the Balboa Peninsula side.  The Ferry is just $1 per person each way, it crosses the bay continuously from early morning until late at night and carries both cars and passengers.

Passing by one ferry from another (there are two that go back and forth).

My favorite place to go is Newport Landing Restaurant, they have the best happy hour!

The view from the second story patio at Newport Landing.

Coming back on the ferry at night, a view of the Fun Zone and Balboa Pavilion.

Our boat is docked just steps away from Marine Avenue on Balboa Island, the one main street lined with shops and restaurants. I walked it daily but unfortunately didn’t have time to explore some of the home decor shops, like this one (and others that I’d like to eventually feature on the blog).

I mostly walked through town to get to Little Balboa Island (where our house is) passing by the homes on the canal side…

…and over a bridge.

I’ve since said goodbye to my “summer office” – and am now back home!

Until next summer!

(All photos by Jill Seidner)

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