Thursday, September 24, 2009

Sponsor Spotlight: Tonic Home

Tonic Home is a favorite of design enthusiasts everywhere. The Hunting Valley, Ohio store features an incredible array of furniture, lighting, textiles, and accessories that are sure to appeal to a variety of design aesthetics. A sweetheart of the blog world, Tonic Home has achieved its popularity through it's fantastic website which allows you to access the store regardless of your proximity to Ohio. Tonic offers several popular lines including Oly Studio, Worlds Away, House Eclectic, John Robshaw, and Bungalow 5 among many others.


I think that owner, Linda Hayes' enthusiasm and passion for design is quite addictive and truly emanates through her store. She says "Yes, I admit it, I'm an enabler, but only because being a "home-a-holic" is a positive addiction. I dare you to live for now. Jazz up your space with lively home décor." A home-a-holic, don't you just love that? Linda "created Tonic Home out of her captivation with home decorating. Her absorption with finding unique, upbeat, home merchandise, led to the Tonic Home concept. Tonic Home represents the next generation of luxury: the combination of traditional techniques and quality craftsmanship to a fashionable and modern sensibility." The store is filled with unique, fresh, hip, and stylish options. You won't find anything that feels stuffy and almost every item has a hint of glamour, which of course I love. There is something for every taste, so you are certain to find something you will fall in love with.

A Vignette at Tonic Home

The following are a few of my current favorites at Tonic Home:
The Celestial Cloud Garden Stool is featured in the October 2009 issue of House Beautiful.


Worlds Away Studly Buffet
I would love to have this in my dining room!


Madison Antique Mirror Console Table
I love that the table is antiqued. Not only does it look fabulous that way, but it isn't as high maintenance.

Ava Mirrored Buffet in White, also by Worlds Away



Tess Gold Leaf Coffee Table

Fabulous with lots of storage!


I love the lines of the Alter Bar Cart.

This Pagoda Cabinet is bananas! It would go with so many types of decor despite its Chippendale / Regency roots. The way it is styled here has sort of an Eddie Ross quality, no? So lovely!

An outright, Hollywood Regency look featuring the Pagoda Cabinet. It really is so versatile.

This gorgeous Trelliage Mirror is available in Nickel and Gold Leaf finishes.

The Trapunto Mirror in Mustard is a great alternative to a traditional sunburst mirror.

Lily Pad Mirror as seen in a bedroom by Palmer Weiss


The Grayson Chandelier by Oly Studio is all glam, all the way.


This unique Monogram Chandelier is available with turquoise or coral beading. You can't go wrong with either color. I think it could be a cool addition to a more personal space, such as a child's bedroom or a master bath.

Oly Studio's Isa Chandelier is a favorite of many designers.
This Donna Bed with its monogrammed headboard is so special. It would be so sweet in a child's bedroom as shown here, or romantic in a master bedroom.

These Imperial Trellis Slipper Chairs are currently on sale.

I love the grey used in this Pemberley Rug.




I really like the weathered look and antique quality of these Square Cement Finished Planters. They're a steal at $55 for the pair!


The Zebra Painted Wastebasket and Tissue Holder comes in an array of fun colors.

7 comments:

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

Wow I just love there web site. What great collections. You are so lucky to have them as a sponsor!

Julie said...

Thanks for introducing me to this website! What a great find.

LindsB said...

Love Tonic, they have some of the best style around!

Deliciously Organized said...

Oh wow. I love just about everything!

eddieross said...

Aww thanks for the shout out! Great Post!! hope all is well!
xoxo
Eddie

Angie Muresan said...

LOVE that tub!!! Salivating over it and daydreaming of bathing in it!

Averill said...

I love Tonic Home -- everything they sell is just so spot on perfect! And I love that round side table with the nailhead detailing...hadn't seen it before but now I'm thinking I HAVE to have it....