The Chain Gang





Speaking of jewelry for your room, as I mentioned in the Windsor Smith furniture collection post below, the chain link trend is not going anywhere.  Besides the gorgeous link detail, the mix of materials, or the metallic component, I love the masculine/feminine aspect of the design, especially when it curves to embrace other materials.

Kelly Wearstler has had this in her coveted collection for years.  It's a classic.





Cuff Home makes this jaw dropping fixture that would make a statement dressing any room.




The popularity of Givenchy's Shark tooth  link bracelet/necklace has not waned.





Can you walk in Tom Ford's chain gladiator pump?  Who cares!








Many chain inspired designs were featured at High Point Market this past Spring as new introductions, which means you will be seeing them in the stores right about now.

Curry and Company side and console tables stand on their own as a design statement:  Loud and Proud.  I like that in a table.







Zodax makes a tray that is equally elegant on a vanity, bar, or anywhere you need a little extra sparkle.




Never gets old….

via Street Style King is Queen

Antique woven rattan chairs at 1st Dibs, which just goes to show it's a timeless design





 Arteriors offers their version of an iron chain link fixture in table and floor height.





It's not all hard metal  ~ there's a softer side that is equally as alluring

And what's more alluring than classic blue and white and Hermes, I ask you??





Serena and Lily offer the Savoy Links embroidered sheet sets in multiple color ways for that best dressed bed!





I LOVE these Terry Rosen decorative chain link pillows in silk.  These would look great with the purple Savoy sheets, no?
Terry, a fine artist and illustrator, came up with those colorful conversational prints that started the whole craze that made Nicole Miller famous when she put Terry's designs on everything from ties to scarves.





Phillip Jeffries, the first name in textured wall coverings  has a link pattern you'd love to be locked up within.






I think I just found the inspiration for my next decorating project!













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