Posts Tagged ‘tiffany & co.’

September 22nd, 2012 No Comments

breakfast at tiffanys

If you don’t want to paint your walls tiffany blue and are thinking of renovating your kitchen- check out the French Company La Cornue. They have the most exquisite line of cabinets that come in deep greens, grays, blacks… and even a blue like tiffany blue.

September 21st, 2012 No Comments

shopping at Tiffanys

Here are some classic picks from Tiffany & Co.- either to treat yourself or as a gift. The Holly Clutch, $595, Smart Zip Wallet, $295, a classic Tiffany Blue Purse Pen, $110, blue Address Book, $50, (I don’t know about you but I still keep an address book with all my contacts written in- as there have been a couple times my contacts have been lost on a computer and/or phone!)  and the porcelain Tiffany Blue Box, $75.

September 18th, 2012 No Comments

tiffany & co. books…great gifts!

In my search for the Tiffany & Co. Table Settings Book I came across many interesting books, from celebrated fashion editor Grace Mirabella to design books on Tiffany Style to Tiffany flatware and silver. But the one that I actually ordered and I’m excited to read is Marjorie Hart’s memoir of working at Tiffany’s one summer in the 1940’s.  (see review below) Any of these would make great gifts for the upcoming holiday season! I start shopping for Christmas gifts in September so I’m not rushing around at the last minute. These are all available on Amazon. There is … Read more

September 17th, 2012 No Comments

color palette: tiffany & co. blue, happy birthday

TIffany & Co. has been celebrating 175 years this year. The company was founded on September 18th, 1937 in New York City (tomorrow is the exact 175th birthday!) Did you know that in 1845 Tiffany & Co. was the first in the U.S. to send a mail-order catalogue in full color? It was called the “Tiffany Blue Book” (pictured above). It’s said that soon after the company was founded they adopted the blue color that is now associated with Tiffany & Co. for all their bags, catalogues and boxes and it became part of their branding.