Everyone knows I love the South and I love decor. One of my favorite things to do is mix these two loves. As I currently live in a historic home in South Carolina. I am always looking for cool pieces to add to the space while also not making it look like a museum. The recently launched, Gilded Metal by Mitchell Hill is a perfect mix of southern and modern decor and I recommend it for any modern Black Southern Belle looking to please her sorority sisters, her mom and of course herself. This decor can help your home transition from a gathering spot for Sunday dinner with the family to a cool hangout for your girlfriends brunch with ease. I have listed a few reasons I love the Gilded Metal by Mitchell Hill below. Enjoy all of this inspiration and be sure to stop by and see it in person in Charleston, SC!
This piece is the perfect addition to any master bedroom. We love a good sconce in the South and this is the perfect piece for a modern Whitley Gilbert.
Lighting makes a room and this one can definitely make yours. With modern lines, this play on a traditional lighting piece is sure to satisfy your artsy friend and traditional mother and even make your competitive cousin hush her mouth at your next dinner party.
If you are looking for an addition to your living room or library room, please consider this piece.
There is nothing subtle about this piece and we like it that way. This is a perfect addition to a bold southern belle’s home and let’s just say momma didn’t raise me to be quiet as a mouse 🙂
These two tables are a great piece to add to your entertaining areas. They are modern and can be perfectly paired with antique accessories for a unique look in your southern home. If a Different World came out in 2016, these would definitely be in Whitley Gilbert’s well styled room so make sure to put them in yours!
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