A Little Decor & Lots of Love with BHLDN

– By Benjamin Stelly – 

French Bird table-top design - Photo courtesy of BHLDN

Earlier this summer, BHLDN, the wedding line from the Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie family, launched their first home décor and table setting collection. To no surprise, the collection comes with the same bohemian-luxe textures and color palettes that the brand is known for. Excited by neutral tones, metallic accents, seemingly hand crafted constructions and beautiful still life photography? This is the collection for you.

The BHLDN Décor collection covers the spectrum of decorative supplies at price points everyone can entertain whether furnishing a studio in the city or a waterfront Sagaponak beach home. Shoppers online can navigate through the pages upon pages of tabletop pieces, decorating essentials, lighting equipment (read: candleholders and lanterns), and – my personal favorite – stationery.

Before submitting purchase orders online, BHLDN offers the unique opportunity for viewers and buyers to piece their personal collections together on customizable mood boards. Buyers can upload their own inspirational images, pairing them side by side with product shots to solidify personal visions.

Straight Stich Notebook Cards - Simple, clean, and chic.


BHLDN aesthetics extends to stationary. Whether you need to send a thank you note, a love letter, or a friendly personal letter, you can find beautifully printed and cut cards with elegant accompanying envelopes. My favorite might have to be the straight stitch notebook cards 10 set for under $40. Simple, clean and chic.

So, set to it and let us know your favorite finds!



Editor’s Tips:

Enjoy the entertaining & decor tricks of our Editors

below using a few of our favorite items from BHLDN.*


Benjamin Stelly is a style enthused photographer and writer from Austin, Texas who has worked with the fashion departments of various editorials and with street style photographer, Scott Schuman – The Sartorialist. Benjamin is a contributing photographer to Interview Magazine Online and runs his own personal photography blog: The Benjamin Almanac. He currently resides in New York City.

*BHLDN picks provided by team at OliviaPalermo.com


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