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From Linens to Furniture, These Five Palm Beach Interior Design Stores Cover All the Bases

By Caroline Perrott | February 24, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

Five Places to Curate Your Happy Home

Kavanaugh10.jpgAquamarine and sapphire tones infuse this jewel box of a dining room designed by Ellen Kavanaugh.

1. Pioneer Linens

An island classic, Pioneer Linens is the perfect spot to design custom linens for everything from your master bed to your boat. Recently releasing their own private label, Pioneer Linens Collection, the storefront is frequented by clients looking for hypercustomization and bespoke detail. Shop from brands like Matouk, Labrazel and Frette and experience the individual service of knowledgeable personal shoppers who love luxury linens as much as you do. 210 Clematis St., 561.655.8553

2. Lori Jayne

Starting 2020 the hallowed monogramming and personalization home and lifestyle stop Lori Jayne is rolling out some new colors and signature Palm Beach patterns with new sheeting sets. A favorite of the likes of Aerin Lauder, Lori Jayne is the perfect place to get personalized items for your home, from quintessential vintage silver to children’s clothes and global finds. Also, inquire about their new in- house interior design services! 301 S. County Road, 561.514.9199

IMG8326.jpgCOMO Home & Design’s Royal Poinciana Way store.

3. COMO Home & Design

Recently having celebrated its one-year anniversary in December, COMO Home & Design is the must-stop destination for those with an affinity for modern accents and European curiosities. The level of quality in COMO’s collection of furniture, home decor, jewelry and art, along with the level of uniqueness of their styles, is unmatched; some brands are never seen locally. Each piece in their constantly evolving showroom has been handselected from the owner’s travels throughout Europe to bring the crème de la crème to Palm Beach. Be sure not to miss their first-ever collaboration, Giobagnara x COMO, that just hit the shelves in the new year. 253 Royal Poinciana Way, 561.328.7865

4. Callidus Palm Beach

Visit local interior designer Katherine Shenaman at her local haunt, Callidus Palm Beach, should you be in search of the perfect napkin ring or the perfect lumbar pillow with the perfect pop of rose and ostrich feathers. The specificity and detail of Callidus are something to be reckoned with, and the Instagram could serve as our own personal inspo board. Along with home decor and fine gifts, Shenaman is also ready to take on your next interior design project, should you have one. 139 N. County Road, Suites 1 & 2, 561.833.4859

Kavanaugh08b-0001.jpgThis Ellen Kavanaugh- designed dining room features Phillip Jeffries white basket-weave grass cloth on the walls, chairs in Quadrille Fabrics in Borghese and custom-designed sconces by the designer and The Urban Electric Company.

5. Ellen Kavanaugh

As seen in multiple publications over the years, Ellen Kavanaugh is a Palm Beach hallmark interior designer. Honing a very versatile style that emphasizes crisp color, organic texture and individual aesthetic, Kavanaugh aspires to marry architecture with interiors. Now, check out their newest project, Casa Kingsley, a bespoke pillow collection, named in memory of Kavanaugh’s beloved golden retriever. A portion of the proceeds benefit Big Dog Ranch Rescue. 235 Peruvian Ave., Suite 1, 561.619.4241



Photography by: Brantley Photography; Andrea Huainigg