I have been wanting to write this blog post for a very, very long time. Up until recently, Huzza has not had a website. Well folks, now they do. Man-oh-man, it was worth certainly worth the wait! This is one of the most beautifully presented online shopping sites I have seen to date.Huzza has long been one of my favorite lifestyle stores. They’ve been perfecting the art of merchandising and shop-keeping since 1978. For a large percentage of that time I have been a big, big fan. Each Summer when I return to Northern Michigan, I consider Huzza a must visit spot for treasure hunting.Ever since my teens (before I had my first apartment at 17 years old) I have been hand-picking my favorite decorative objects from their gorgeous, loft-like storefront on Main Street. I am creeping up into my late 30′s and I still swoon over their exquisite selection of merchandise. The home furnishings I have selected from Huzza are not traditional – just timeless – each piece has traveled with me from one home to the next.
While I am always focused on their home decor and furnishings, Huzza also offers apparel, shoes, jewelry, accessories and hostess gifts. As a matter of fact, some of my favorite dresses have come from their shop.Go ahead, check Huzza.net out – you’ll be delighted that you did! You can also follow Huzza on Twitter and like Huzza on Facebook. Oh, and be sure to tell them that their old friend @ABCDDesigns sent you!
Shop the items I featured in this post: Vintage Murano Glass Lamps, Salmon Board with Knife, Double Old Fashioned Glass, Blue Mega Tea Cup and Saucer (One of my favorite patterns of all time – I have no idea why I don’t even own one piece of it!) Bandana Cocktail Napkins, Jackknife Cocktail Napkins, Kelly Green Mohair Throw, Matte Gold Tableware (This is what we use at The Country House.) John Derian ‘Things I Like’ tray.
Hand-painted tumblr – is it too early to start my Christmas list? Oh, and who doesn’t want the Hoffman B Decanter? It has been on my wish list forever! This pretty was designed in 1912, and looks as modern and current as if it were designed yesterday. Oswald Candy Dish, Vintage Henning Norgaard rosewood cocktail table, Jansen Style Faux Bamboo Table, Set of Two Chiavari Chairs, Kate Marshall Sunday Morning Painting, Pistachio Sargasso Low U Vase.
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