Carte Blanche with Clary Bosbyshell: A Charming Easter Sunday Scene For A Special At-Home Celebration

Carte Blanche with Clary Bosbyshell: A Charming Easter Sunday Scene For A Special At-Home Celebration

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Interior designers never let us down when we assign with them with dreaming up a tablescape. We knew this from experience working with Marie Flanigan last fall and Lindsey Herod in the summer months.

Shop Clary's butterfly dress here and her beaded blush earrings here

So, we made sure to book a Carte Blanche shoot with Clary Bosbyshell while we were in Atlanta. Known for her timeless style informed by her studies in Italy, experience in fashion merchandising and now an impressive interiors portfolio, she consistently creates spaces that strike a balance where pretty and practical meet. 

Shop Lyndsey's floral dress here.

In just our brief correspondence with Clary, it was clear why she is an Atlanta sensation. She immediately knew her vision when we tasked her with designing a spring table: whimsical Easter it was, and she definitely delivered down to every last delightful detail. 

So, here you have it! An Easter scene styled by Clary full of charm and cheer in a year when we need our spirits lifted the most.

Of course, at the time of this shoot, we did not anticipate the entirety of this day being celebrated at home. But, we think the unforeseen circumstances gives us all the more reason to doll up our tables and not let a quarantine cancel the traditions and occasions we love.


Shop the scene by clicking the plus signs on the image below: 


The Italian hand-painted dish is as divine in real life as it appears in photos and perfectly plays up the surrounding elements. That said, it would stand on its own just as well and would make a gorgeous small serving dish. Shop the similar dinner plate style here.

It feels fitting for both the adults and children at the table. The elegant touches like silver candlesticks and vintage cutlery sit beautifully next to the charming Easter eggs and of course, beautiful Herend figurines adding that spirit of whimsy sure to make all guests smile.

The moss runner adds a delightful texture atop the fresh blue and white check tablecloth, which we found out is Clary's current and forever color combo to deploy.  

We switched, changed and rearranged a few settings to showcase Clary's favorite piece from the Avenue, Loulou La Dune's brand new floral linens. 

Shop the full floral linen collection here

More really is more, isn't it? 

So, with a little extra time leading up to Easter, dress up the table that may be collecting dust in something worthy of the upcoming celebration. 

Shop Lyndsey's floral dress here.

And let the rosé flow all day. Who knows? You may decide a beautiful brunch at home is the way you'd like to spend more Sundays whether or not there's a celebration marked on the calendar.

A final finishing touch -- a springtime cracker because these by all means shouldn't be reserved for Christmas. Shop them only on The Avenue, right over here.  

Thank you, Clary, for opening up your gorgeous home and letting us show off what you do best! Check out her site and Instagram here for more of her classic style.

All images courtesy of Cat Max Photography.

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