Festive Fall Decorating Ideas

The year’s coziest season is finally here with pumpkins, gourds, pinecones, firewood, fall foliage, and plaid in tow. At CoCo Milano’s, we love transitioning homes and offices for the fall season to bring the warm colors of fall into your space and decorate with a theme that will carry you through the tailgate, Halloween, and Thanksgiving seasons. Here are some of our favorite ideas to decorate your home in a tasteful and festive way for fall:

 

Country Living

Country Living

 

Front Door Fundamentals

 

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Country Living

 

Mums in traditional fall colors perfectly compliment piles of pumpkins and gourds along every step of your front porch. To boost curb appeal, use vinyl house numbers or marquee letters to spell out autumnal words on tall pumpkins or add purple ornamental cabbages, English ivy, and pansies to your front entry floral arrangements for a cheery pop of color that will last through the entire season.

 

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HGTV

 

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Country Living

 

Swap Out Summer

 

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House Beautiful

 

Give an open living room a warm, cozy feel by swapping out pillows and throw blankets in lightweight summer fabrics like cotton and linen with blankets and pillows in luxe fabrics such as velvet and faux fur in rich shades. These warm accents will keep you snug next to the fire through fall and winter.

 

Country Living

Country Living

 

Cozy Candles

 

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HGTV

 

Dim the lights and opt for candles instead to set the tone for a cozy fall night or a spooky Halloween dinner. Adorn lanterns or glass hurricanes with pillar candles in fall colors. For added autumnal charm, fill the bottom of your chosen candleholder with fall favorites such as candy corn and acorns, or for an unexpected look, repurpose candleholders in varying heights to display small pumpkins and gourds.

 

Midwest Living

Midwest Living

 

Elegantly Earthy

 

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HGTV

 

Embrace the fall harvest by incorporating organic elements and earthy tones into your décor for a simple yet sophisticated look. Set the table with a linen tablecloth and napkins and pair with weathered terra cotta urns, moss, and even artichokes for an earthy yet charming touch. Or, skip the centerpiece and hang fall leaves from your chandelier to bring the outdoors inside and create more room on your table.

 

Midwest Living

Midwest Living

 

Magically Metallic

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Accent spooky Halloween décor with metallic touches to add sophisticated glamour to your space. Decorate with masks, antique objects, and candelabras to create a mysterious vibe in your space and opt for moody hues like black, pink, and purple with glitzy gold and jeweled accents.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Fall Florals

 

Midwest Living

Midwest Living

 

Shake up your traditional autumn bouquet and branch beyond mums by adding unexpected elements such as small gourds, cabbage heads, oak branches, pears, kale, and berries among your choice of flowers to your fall floral arrangements. Create a garland with fresh magnolia and oversized pinecones for a lush look along the center of a table or draped over a fireplace mantle. Don’t forget to embrace the robust reds of fall among the greens and oranges typically found in this season’s floral décor.

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Painted Pumpkins

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Carving isn’t the only way to dress up a gourd this fall. Replace your traditional pumpkin décor with an easy-to-do and super chic paint design. Glow paint is vibrant during the day and lights up your front steps by night with a fun pop. Give your pumpkins an edge with all black acrylic paint and add a metallic touch with gold pyramid studs. Alternatively, an all-white pumpkin goes from rustic to glam with polka dots, chevron, or even multi-colored dripped paint. Finally, try taking a cue from a popular fashion trend by painting your pumpkins in color-blocked hues to surprise and delight your entire neighborhood from your front steps.

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

White Bells and Whistles

 

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Country Living

 

When all else fails, opt for classic, chic white décor. White pumpkins and mums are a natural and stunning look for décor inside or outside your home. A painted ladder or stool can add to a rustic vibe while white candles with clean lines can create a crisp, modern fall look that won’t overwhelm your space.

 

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HGTV

 

Halloween Hutch

 

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Country Living

 

Fill a hutch, bookshelf, or bar cart with autumnal décor that can be switched out with every new season. For a spooky, gothic theme, use decorative skulls or creatures of the night such as bats, crows, or spiders in ornamental cages or display black and gold books and stacked pumpkins under domes or cloches for a touch of thematic elegance. But beware: use these eerie elements sparingly throughout your house to keep your décor from looking too much like a haunted house attraction.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Autumn Accessories

 

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HGTV

 

Use the natural hues of fall to decorate your space. A tall vase filled with branches of scarlet leaves, cotton stems, or an assortment of colorful feathers creates a show-stopping arrangement in any room of your house. Sprinkle dried leaves on your dining table, mantel, or bookshelves for a quick fall fix.

 

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House Beautiful

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Perennial Pumpkins

 

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Country Living

 

Use the ultimate fall figure to hold your autumnal arrangements. Simply scoop the seeds out of the pumpkin, line it with aluminum foil or a plastic bag, fill with potting soil and plant pansies, violas, green and red leaf lettuce, rosemary, or thyme. Alternatively, fill the bag with water and a fresh floral arrangement. Succulents in a pumpkin vase look modern while still creating a harvest aesthetic to match your fall décor.

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Get Your Festive Fall Fix

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Stop by CoCo Milano’s today to pick up all the fall and Halloween decorations you need to transition your home or office for the season and talk to our expert designers to create the fall floral arrangement of your dreams or for tips to decorate your unique space!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Fall Trends In Wedding Decor

As the weather starts to cool down, wedding bells are in the air in Arizona. At CoCo Milano’s we love weddings because they combine our favorite things into one: stunning floral arrangements and decor, party planning, and love! We rounded up our favorite fall wedding trends to take advantage of the season’s gorgeous colors and climate in order to plan the autumnal wedding of your dreams.

 

Phoenix Bride and Groom

Phoenix Bride and Groom

 

Fresh Florals

 

The Knot

The Knot

 

Freshly picked, wild-looking bouquets reign supreme in floral wedding trends this fall. In Arizona, sunflowers, dahlias, and hydrangeas are popular for the season – especially when accented by berry sprays, eucalyptus, and ivy. Bouquets are getting bigger and striking bouquet styles like the cascade and pageant bouquet are making a major comeback. Vines of ivy elongate the shape of a traditional bouquet and give them a whimsical appeal. For tabletops, arrangements are all about greenery. Leafy arrangements made up of wheat greens, acacia, bay leaf branches, and succulents give wedding décor an organic but still beautiful vibe. Instead of colorful blooms, add pops of color to your arrangements with berries and other natural, unexpected add-ins.

 

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Arizona Weddings

 

For an extra touch of fresh greenery, vibrant flower garlands can brighten up your ceremony and reception venues. Garlands can be made out of anything, allowing you to create a playful atmosphere, or a lush, traditional ambiance. Garlands of twinkling lights provide a soft glow over the head table, ribbon garlands can brighten a blank corner, or strings of flowers and foliage can outline linens and pull the look of the room together. Drape green garlands over signs and tables for a garden party aesthetic or tie them to the backs of chairs to dress up boring rental chairs. Wedding garlands are a fun and trendy way to fill your space with florals and personalize your special day.

 

Arizona Weddings

Arizona Weddings

 

Eyes On The Sky

 

Bridal Guide

Bridal Guide

 

This fall, bring your wedding décor to new heights. Take advantage of the space between the tabletop and the ceiling with this new trend and introduce an instant wow factor to your venue. Towering candelabras and tall, organic centerpieces like autumnal branches will get your wedding guests to look up. If you want to take this trend even higher, dangling décor is a truly stunning way to brighten the space and create more room on the table for candles, lanterns, and of course, food. Suspend floral arrangements or string lights from ceiling beams or rafters to surprise and delight your guests.

 

Phoenix Bride and Groom

Phoenix Bride and Groom

 

Color You Mine

 

Arizona Weddings

Arizona Weddings

 

For fall wedding color inspiration, the overwhelming popularity of neutrals and blush pastels paved the way for a return to vibrant color in wedding décor. Pops of bold shades and bright color pairings are making their mark this season in rich plum and deep burgundy. Pastels are still popular accent colors and their neutral appeal makes them both trendy and timeless. Soft, romantic ivory has replaced crisp white in wedding décor and green hues are perfect for all seasons and venues. Greenery in décor is both vibrant and earthy and works perfectly in all décor elements from floral arrangements to colored linens.

 

Arizona Weddings

Arizona Weddings

 

Accenting your color palette with a reflective metallic adds multidimensional depth to your décor and brightens all the elements of your wedding design. Sparkling gowns in gold, silver, and copper metallic beading flooded bridal runways this season and even work well in linens to make the head table stand out. Using shine strategically in your color palette adds a breathtaking touch to any wedding.

 

Bridal Guide

Bridal Guide

 

Playing With Food

 

Inside Weddings

Inside Weddings

 

This fall, the presentation of carefully curated menus filled with local specialties and favorite eats is upstaging the food itself. Weddings are showcasing food with creative installations such as doughnut walls, self-serve sundae bars, oyster bars, popcorn in rustic barrels, and even hanging terrariums filled with cheese for a cocktail hour wine and cheese pairing. These interactive details add a touch of whimsy to a special day and give guests something to talk about long after the vows are exchanged.

 

Bridal Guide

Bridal Guide

 

Inventive Invitations

 

Woodsy Weddings

Woodsy Weddings

 

Fall weddings are all about embracing the whimsy in the air and these stationary trends do just that. This fall, brides are ditching the paper invites in favor of Plexiglas invitations, wood and linen correspondence, and glow-in-the-dark calligraphy. Cute and casual blackboards as welcome signs continue to score décor points at weddings of all seasons. To add a romantic touch to your signage, add a garland border made of eucalyptus or other floral vines.

 

Style Me Pretty

Style Me Pretty

 

Textural Revolution

 

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Arizona Weddings

 

It is easy to overlook wedding linens when you are planning your wedding reception. However, linens have a huge impact on the overall presentation of the space. How you dress your tables sets the tone for the evening and establishes a solid foundation from which you can incorporate the other aspects of your décor. This fall, we have seen a rise in modern cut out linens and more traditional lace linens. Velvet linens add a luxe feel to your venue – even if you only incorporate this fabric in napkins. For a more glam look, mix and match colorful linens with subtle sequined linens or more vibrant metallics. Dressed up linens add more dimension to your wedding decor and make your tablescapes pop.

 

Arizona Weddings

Arizona Weddings

 

Making Trends A Reality

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

At CoCo Milano’s, we love all aspects of a wedding. Our custom florals and forever bouquets are perfect for your big day or for your bridal shower. We will make sure that your florals represent your style and embrace any trends that speak to you.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

We have expert designers available to help you plan your wedding or any additional wedding events from start to finish. Stop by our showroom to talk to our designers and start planing your wedding, bridal shower, or custom florals, and even pick up a unique wedding gift for the newlyweds in your life today!

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Start Planning Your Holiday Decor Today

Apple cider, pumpkins, pine cones, and pumpkin spice flavored everything have taken over the shelves of every store in the country and the holiday season is finally right around the corner. At CoCo Milano’s, we love the holidays because it means we get to spend lots of time doing what we do best: decorating your homes and designing your parties!

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

While the holiday season brings lots of joy, it also brings lots of headaches for home and business owners. Let us make this time of year more exciting and enjoyable for you by taking the stress of decorating away from you. We tailor your holiday decor to your needs and your unique style using our custom creations, elegant garlands, themed accessories, your heirloom decorations, and even your homemade ornaments from over the years.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

If you are hosting a glam holiday party or even a casual dinner party for family, we can update your dining room with custom centerpieces and place settings for all of your holiday events from a spooky Halloween party to a delicious Thanksgiving dinner event to gorgeous Christmas decor in every corner of your home to ringing in New Years Eve in style. Leave a lasting impression on your guests with stunning, custom tablescapes and decor designed by CoCo Milano’s.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Let us take the stress out of the season by creating the chic, cozy holiday space you deserve. For more holiday inspiration, check out our Christmas Project Gallery.

 

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CoCo Milano’s

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Don’t wait! Our books are already filling up fast so call to schedule your holiday decorating with us or stop by CoCo Milano’s to speak with one of our designers about your custom holiday decor today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

 

Meet Gwenn Bryant

CoCo Milano’s is thrilled to host the stunning original artwork of Gwenn Bryant in our showroom. Gwenn’s abstract acrylic on canvas paintings are sold exclusively at CoCo Milano’s.

 

"Golden Cherry Blossom," 30 x 40 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Golden Cherry Blossom,” 30 x 40 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"The Deep Blue Sea," 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“The Deep Blue Sea,” 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Gwenn grew up in Chicago, Illinois where she was exposed to Chicago’s great architecture and museums. There, she developed a love for the city’s skyline and a deep appreciation for the architecture that created it.

 

"Turquoise Reefs," 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Turquoise Reefs,” 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Mardi Gras," 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Mardi Gras,” 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

As far back as Gwenn can remember, she loved drawing with crayons, paint, and markers. She began painting and drawing at a young age and her love for it only continued to grow over time. She took every art class she could and studied famous artists and their different styles and techniques. Eventually, Gwenn began painting seriously using acrylic on canvas. To this day, acrylic on canvas is her favorite medium.

 

"Purple Passion," 24 x 30 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Purple Passion,” 24 x 30 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Blue Comet," 24 x 18 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Blue Comet,” 24 x 18 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Gwenn expresses herself through art in many ways. In addition to painting with acrylics, Gwenn also enjoys painting with watercolors. Her watercolor paintings are usually on a smaller scale and are more intricate than her abstract acrylic on canvas paintings. She has also designed and created jewelry and has a passion for photography. She is continually drawn to painting because of the way it can make people feel. The colors and shapes can bring life to a room and create a type of energy that is unique to art.

 

"Girl With Dreamy Eyes," 12 x 9, Watercolor

“Girl With Dreamy Eyes,” 12 x 9, Watercolor

 

"Emerald Bay," 30 x 40 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Emerald Bay,” 30 x 40 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Painting and creating art is Gwenn’s passion. For her, art is a great way to relax and be creative. When she is creating, she gets lost in what she is doing and forgets about everything else.

 

"Views Of The Earth," 4 Canvases, 12 x 12 x 1.5, Acyrlic on Canvas

“Views Of The Earth,” 4 Canvases, 12 x 12 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Spread The Love," 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Spread The Love,” 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Gwenn is constantly trying different things and likes to try many different styles. She occasionally gets ideas from art that she has seen before. Most of the time, though, she just applies paint to the canvas and sees what she feels at the time. Her art is continually changing as she discovers new ideas and experiences new things in her life.

 

"Dark Matter," 30 x 48 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Dark Matter,” 30 x 48 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Waves Off Of Zuma Beach," 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Waves Off Of Zuma Beach,” 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Gwenn has never enjoyed a piece of art that she purchased as a print. She loves the feel of an original piece of art painted by an artist. To her, original art feels like it has life, an energy of its own.

 

"Divine Dreamsicle," 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Divine Dreamsicle,” 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Arctic Blue Waters," 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Arctic Blue Waters,” 12 x 16 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Today, Gwenn works from her home studio in the Los Angeles area. Recently, she has been working on a collection of paintings that she plans to display in various galleries in the future.

 

"Shark Attack," 12 x 16 x .5, Acylic on Canvas

“Shark Attack,” 12 x 16 x .5, Acylic on Canvas

 

"Maraschino Cherry," 30 x 24 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Maraschino Cherry,” 30 x 24 x 1.5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

"Topanga Canyon," 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

“Topanga Canyon,” 16 x 20 x .5, Acrylic on Canvas

 

Gwenn’s paintings perfectly exemplify her approach to her craft: art should be fun and should make the viewer feel good. Every piece of her artwork displayed at CoCo Milano’s is an original. To experience the vibrancy and energy of Gwenn’s gorgeous abstract acrylic on canvas paintings in your own home or office, stop by CoCo Milano’s today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Our Favorite Fall 2017 Design Trends

Ready or not, football season, pumpkin spice, and cooler weather is just around the corner. To get ready for fall, we are taking a look at design trends and hues that promise to be all the rage next season. If you are ready to switch up your home for the second half of the year, incorporate some of our favorite new trends to keep your decor fresh and fashionable. Here is what we predict will be in style for fall and winter 2017:

 

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Houzz

 

Dark Hues

For the cooler months, switch out your bright whites for dark, luxurious shades. Dark colors (especially when painted over a wall or ceiling) amp up the drama in your space and make your home feel extra cozy as you cuddle up with apple cider or a pumpkin spice latte. If you aren’t ready to go completely over to the dark side, chocolate brown is also making a splash this season. Start small: swap out your light colored throw pillows and blankets for darker ones to embrace this trend.

 

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Terra Cotta Tile

Terra cotta tile is back on the design scene in a big way. This classic earthenware adds warmth and character to your space and pairs perfectly with modern clean lines or a shabby chic aesthetic.

 

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Anthropologie

 

Bone Inlay

Statement pieces featuring fine, hand-carved, inlaid bone is exactly what your home needs this fall. Start a conversation with stunning furniture that doubles as a work of art.

 

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Blush

Blush is hot, hot, hot this season. Home accents from curtains, glassware, throws, rugs, and even furniture are turning heads in all kinds of rosy shades and from the looks of it, this hue is here to stay.

 

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Houzz

 

Statement Ceilings

Heads up or you will miss this often overlooked opportunity for style. Accent walls are great, but statement ceilings are even better. Try painting your ceiling in a dark hue to pair two fall trends together or stick to a fun wallpaper to amp up the atmosphere in your room. Shiplap, carved molding, wooden beams, and even tin are adding texture to the fifth wall of your room this fall.

 

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Houzz

 

Matte Black Furniture

Nothing says drama quite like matte black. This trend doesn’t stop with furniture. We are finding matte black finishings on light fixtures, faucets, and even appliances this fall. Matte black creates a classically chic vibe that works in almost any room and pairs with almost any style of decor.

 

Country Living

Country Living

 

Woven Textiles

Woven accents bring depth to your space through texture and style. These textiles are perfect for the cooler months of the year. Try adding woven baskets next to your fireplace to hold your throw blankets or a potted plant, hang them on your walls, or even incorporate a woven rug into your room to embrace this trend. We have even seen basket weave pendant light fixtures if you are looking for a quick update. This rough trend pairs perfectly with clean cut metal accents, mirrors, chunky ceramics, and silky smooth velvet or knit wool throws.

 

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Houzz

 

Quilts

If you are over faux-fur and knit throw blankets, this is your season. Ditch your duvet this fall in favor of a gorgeous quilt. Quilts give your bedroom a homey feel and work with both modern or traditional decor.

 

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Houzz

 

Dark Green

Outside, the weather may be getting colder but inside, everything is going green. Dark green cabinets are making a splash, along with furniture and decorative accents throughout the home. Dark green creates a cozy space when paired with creams, brass, natural wood, and leather, making it the perfect color for fall and winter.

 

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Houzz

 

Velvet

For a luxe, chic space, add a little velvet and voila! The perfect cold weather haven for watching football or curling up with a good book in the comfort of your own home. Combine velvet with rough, natural textures like woven baskets or reclaimed wood or pair it with cool, smooth metals. Either way, velvet will add a layer of tactile coziness and visual interest to your space. If you don’t want to re-upholster your furniture to keep up with this trend, try a couple of velvet throw pillows or blankets instead.

 

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Houzz

Brass

Metallics continue to rule the design scene this season with one small change – copper is out and brass is in. Brass is the perfect accent in furniture and looks great in the kitchen or bathroom in faucets, light fixtures, and cabinet pulls and knobs.

 

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Houzz

 

You don’t have to overhaul your entire space to keep up with these trends – add the ones that speak to you into your home in small ways instead through accent pieces and updated fixtures. For help making a few small changes or even big ones for the fall, stop by CoCo Milano’s to speak with our expert design team today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

 

 

Meet Evie of Evie Jewelry

CoCo Milano’s is thrilled to introduce Evie Jewelry: artisan handcrafted jewelry designs sold exclusively at CoCo Milano’s. Each piece is handmade and created with good energy and lots of love using the highest quality materials including 14kt gold, 14kt gold filled, 14kt rose gold fill, sterling silver, and a wide variety of semiprecious and precious gemstones.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

Evie grew up in Venice, California. From Venice to Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, Evie loved having the chance to experience the culture and style of the region. While in high school, Evie began using her experiences to create fashion accessories from handbags to jewelry. From there, she continued her formal education and training at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) of Los Angeles. There, she completed her education with a Bob Mackie Award for design. After graduating from FIDM, Evie continued her career in fashion and clothing design by moving on to the retail market. Eventually, she opened a boutique in Los Angeles for children’s clothing and accessories. All the while, Evie continued to feed her interest in jewelry design.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

Evie has made or dreamt of jewelry as far back as she can remember. At first, jewelry was a hobby for her but now it is her full time passion. For inspiration, she watches people and pays attention to fashion and current styles. She imagines what kind of jewelry would look great in current fashions and likes to create pieces that she would like to wear herself. She also finds inspiration in new or special stones or chains or other findings. Her goal is to always create special and unique pieces.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

Evie imagines, designs, and creates each piece by hand. She often uses a wire wrapping technique or a hammered technique to create specific looks or finishes. Her hammered bangles are one of her most popular items and many customers continue to return to purchase more bangles to stack for a gorgeous and stylish effect.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

Evie works with a variety of material, from yellow 14kt gold to rose 14kt gold, sterling silver, tarnish-resistant silver, and semi-precious gemstones. In 14kt gold, she uses gold filled material, which provides a lustrous, durable material at an affordable price. She prides herself in using high quality materials. For example, she does not use gold vermeil, gold veneer, or gold plated material because unlike gold filled material, it only provides a thin layer of gold at a lesser cost and will show wear or loss after use.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

To find the perfect gemstones, Evie will shop for days for the best cut, shape, and size, and the best finish, polish, and color. She likes to provide a wide range of shape, size and color in the gemstones in her pieces and fits the gemstones perfectly into each piece for a balanced, professional look. She also loves an occasional charm if it fits the look of a particular piece.

 

Evie Jewelry

Evie Jewelry

 

Evie’s jewelry is stylish, fashion-forward, and perfect with every outfit. If you imagine a specific look or design, Evie is happy to help create a special custom piece just for you. To take home your own piece of Evie’s handcrafted artisan jewelry or to start designing the custom piece of your dreams, stop by CoCo Milano’s today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Plan Your Living Room Layout Like A Pro

Whether you are moving into a new space or reorganizing the space you already live in, planning the layout of your space can be overwhelming. There is an old saying in interior design that perfectly but simply describes how to get the layout of your room right: “Measure twice, decorate once.” The spacing and layout of furniture is critical in any high-traffic living space. Here are our guidelines to precisely measure and plan your living room to create a living space that you will love to walk, relax, and live in. First, take a step back and think about your overall space with the following big picture questions:

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Is Your Space Functional?

Sure, your living room may be gorgeous and filled with carefully curated pieces that reflect your personality and your interests, but if you can’t see your television without twisting into a pretzel or you need to get up and move about your room to find a place to set down your water glass, your space isn’t working for you. Is your room doing everything you need it to do? If not, it may be time to rearrange the space.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Is Your Space Balanced?

If you have all of your furniture pushed to one side of the room and a vast blank space on the other side, it might be time to divide your room into sections in order to ensure your furniture is evenly distributed throughout the space. Consider creating some eye-pleasing symmetry in the space by mirroring your furniture on either side on a imaginary axis in the room (the sofa, the television, or even the fireplace are great places to start when trying to find this axis in your space). This will make your furniture layout feel balanced even if the furniture doesn’t match perfectly.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Does Your Space Flow?

If you have to walk all the way around your sofa or coffee table to get to your kitchen or the bathroom, then your furniture placement does not create a convenient traffic flow. Create natural paths around your room that allow you to get anywhere you want or need to go in your space. While creating pathways, resist the urge to push all of your furniture up against the wall. You want to create a cozy, functional space that flows perfectly, not a colossal amount of dead space in the middle of the room.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Once your have considered the big picture questions about your space, it is time to get down to the details of your layout. That’s right, it is time to measure your room and your furniture in order to create the perfect layout for you and your family. Here are a handful of pointers to help you measure and design an ideal living room layout for your home:

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Area Rug Sizing and Spacing

Area rugs should be large enough to act as an island in the room in that it pulls all the furniture together. It should rest under two legs of the sofa and all of the chairs. However, it shouldn’t be so big that it takes over the entire space. Area rugs should never be closer than 6 inches from the wall. The ideal distance in large rooms is 24 inches from the wall. This creates the most visually appealing look for the room and ties the furniture together with the rug.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Optimize Conversation with Seating

Finding the balance between creating a location for an intimate conversation while still leaving room for personal space can be difficult. We recommend spacing your seating no less than 3 feet apart and no more than 10 feet apart in order to create the ideal distance between your guests to strike this balance. Obviously, guests sharing the sofa or a loveseat are the exception to this rule, but those seated on the ends of the sofa should be at least 3 feet from the closest chair. You will also want to make way for approximately 30 inches of walkway between your furniture to allow room to comfortably move about your space.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

The Perfect Distance for Screen Time

The distance between your television and your sofa will vary based on the size of your television and of course, your personal opinion about how close you should sit to the screen. A good rule of thumb is to keep the distance between your television and living room seating to 1.5 times the diagonal measurement of the screen.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Coffee Table Spacing

Ideally, you will place your coffee table within 14 to 18 inches of the sofa. This leaves plenty of legroom for you when you are relaxing on the sofa, but is still close enough to reach for a book or set down a drink. To further optimize your coffee table for your living room, look for a coffee table that is close to the height of your sofa for comfortable access. Finally, the coffee table should be ½ to ⅔ the size of your sofa for the most visually appealing layout.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Comfort and Function with Side Tables

Unlike coffee tables, side tables sit closer to your chairs and sofas to allow you to comfortably set down a drink. This measurement is all about personal preference. We recommend sitting in each seat in your living room and imagining setting down your magazine or your coffee. What spacing feels comfortable for you? Additionally, side tables should be no taller than the height of the arm of the chair they are serving and no lower than the seat. For chairs without arms, look for a tabletop that is no more than 8 inches above the height of the seat.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

Create a Focal Point

Finding the ideal height for artwork on your living room wall can be difficult. We suggest hanging artwork so that the center of the piece is at standing eye level for the average person or about 57 inches from the floor. The same rule applies to a gallery wall with multiple pieces of art. Use the center of your gallery arrangement for this measurement. Alternatively, if you will spend most of your time sitting in your room, you may consider hanging your artwork at your seated eye level, or 30 inches above your seat height. For the most visually appealing look, leave 6 to 12 inches of space between the edge of the piece and the ceiling, floor, or corner.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

 

While these are all good guidelines to help you determine the layout of one of your most high-traffic living spaces, your living room layout should ultimately be decided by you. Thinking about how you plan to use the space and what you find to be the most functional and stunning layout will allow you to create your room in a way that is uniquely yours. Finally, we realize that measuring out your entire room, down to the smallest detail, can be extremely tedious. For the perfect layout without all of the hassle, call CoCo Milano’s today to meet with our expert design team. Leave the details up to the experts so you can relax and enjoy your living room!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

The Art Of Pattern Mixing

Imagine meeting a shallow, one-dimensional person at a party. You would likely find that person to be cold and uninteresting. The same feeling applies to interiors. A lack of layers in your décor creates an impersonal space that can feel unwelcoming to your guests and even too sterile for your daily life. Adding layers of pattern to your décor adds complexity and warmth to your home. However, pattern mixing is an elusive art form and finding the perfect balance is difficult. Too many patterns and your room may become an overwhelming eyesore. If you are baffled by how to pull off a perfectly layered room, polish up your pattern-mixing prowess with these tips and learn how to mix patterns like a pro:

 

Brit + Co

Brit + Co

 

Create A Common Thread

Choose a single color to build your space around. This color will unify the room and pull even the most contrasting patterns together in perfect harmony. The introduction of multiple colors into your design complicates the space and makes your layers clash rather than creating a cohesive look. While there is certainly nothing wrong with a few different colors, try to use the color wheel as your guide. Stick to different shades of the same hue or colors that are neighbors on the color wheel to create drama and interest without the risk of overdoing it. Additionally, try to work with the same color intensity. For example, don’t mix pastels with primary colors or muted jewel tones with vibrant ones. If you are still drawn to multiple colors, find another unifying aspect for the space instead such as a similar shape throughout the patterns or a common décor style.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Good Housekeeping

Good Housekeeping

 

Balance The Bold

Building on a single bold pattern allows you to create balance in your space. Like your colors, your patterns should complement and balance each other. If you have one large, bold pattern, choose a second subtle pattern to offset the boldness and keep the room from looking too busy. When it comes to pattern mixing, opposites attract. Contrasting your pattern styles, such as loose, organic shapes paired with tight, geometric ones, creates a surprisingly pleasing balance in the space. Additionally, maintain balance throughout the room itself. Avoid putting all of your patterned pieces together on one side of the room. Clustering your patterns together throws the entire space off balance. Distribute your patterns and solids smoothly throughout your space to create an aesthetically pleasing and balanced look.

 

BHG

BHG

 

Soften With Solids

Offset your patterns with a few large solids. If you choose a busy wallpaper print, pair it with solid curtains or a neutral piece of furniture. Interspersing your patterns with neutrals and solids will make your space more cohesive and more aesthetically appealing overall.

 

BHG

BHG

 

The Rule Of Threes (Again)

We love the Rule of Threes when it comes to design. For some reason, odd numbers just make things come together and the rule still applies when playing with patterns. Three is the minimum number of patterns you should use to make your space really work together but feel free to add on patterns in odd numbers if you are feeling bold. The key to successful pattern mixing in groups of threes is to vary the scale. Choose a large print, a medium print (or one that is half the size of the large print), and a small print to balance the space. For example, if your first print is a large floral, choose a second medium print in a geometric shape or a plaid in the same or similar color. The third print can be similar to either of the other two patterns and should use two or three of the colors in the other patterns. Use this print as an accent throughout your space. A smaller floral pattern would work nicely with a large floral and a plaid in a mix of shades in the same family.

 

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

 

Keep Function In Mind

Patterns can greatly impact the overall feel of the room so keep this in mind as you design your space. If you are trying to create a harmonious space, use larger patterns throughout. If you would prefer to draw attention to one part of the room, resort to smaller patterns. Don’t forget that patterns can impact the energy level of the room. Bold and busy patterns create a vibrant and exciting space whereas subtle, pale patterns foster a calm environment.

 

BHG

BHG

 

Take a Step Back

When designing with patterns, it is easy to get swept up in the excitement and the drama but don’t forget to consider the overall style you are going for in the finished look of your room. The perfect mix of patterns should ultimately read as layers within your space, rather than as individual ingredients. The room should blend together seamlessly and the patterns should balance each other. This doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to the bold and the dramatic, simply that you should keep the big picture in mind.

 

House Beautiful

House Beautiful

 

At the end of the day, pattern mixing has a set of proven ideals and a methodology that exists to help keep the really crazy designs in check. Of course, rules are made to be broken and pattern mixing brings out the risk taker in all of us, but it is still helpful to understand the guidelines before adventuring out into the world of pattern mixing. If pattern mixing on your own is too overwhelming, leave it up to the expert design team at CoCo Milano’s to bring your space to life through print and color. Stop by or give us a call today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Tips For Designing A Modern Living Room

The living room is the beating heart of your home, it is where your family gathers together, and it is a space that sets the tone for your decorating style throughout your home. If you can only choose one room in your home to put your heart and soul into designing, the living room would top the list. So, we compiled our favorite tips to help you update your living room to breathe new life into the center of your home.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Rearrange Your Furniture

Updating the layout of your living room is a quick and inexpensive way to alter your living room’s look and functionality. Move furniture around until you feel like the room has an easy and open flow. For something entirely new, shop your other rooms for pieces that would go perfectly in your living room.

 

Parade of Homes

Parade of Homes

 

Perfect Your Palette

Take inventory of your living room and choose pieces that you really love. From there, determine your three favorite shades and edit the room down to this simpler palette. By narrowing the color scheme in your room, the colors you do choose are more likely to pop and the design in the room is more dynamic as a whole. After you have edited the room down, add in a few new accessories to highlight your new color scheme. Make sure that everything in your room is something you really love that contributes to the overall palette and feel of the room.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Light and Open

Your living room, by design, is the home of some of the largest pieces of furniture in your home. Keep the room airy by balancing the larger pieces with smaller furnishings that won’t weigh the room down. Try lucite chairs, glass coffee table tops, dainty side tables, and leave a wide panel of windows unobstructed to let the light in and keep the room from feeling too cramped.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Luxurious Layers

Fill your room with a variety of textures. Try a textured rug, wispy curtains, and a lush faux fur throw on the couch to add intrigue to your room and stimulate the senses.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

A Room With A View

The ultimate living room dilemma: where should you put your television? If you have the space, we recommend placing your TV in the corner so it does not interrupt the flow of the room (but where you can still comfortably enjoy your favorite show from the sofa).

 

Real Simple

Real Simple

 

Eclectic Accents

Add an unexpected touch to your living room like two Moroccan poufs on the floor. This provides more casual seating in your living room and also shakes up the feel of a more traditional living room. Plus, it embraces your sense of wanderlust and makes your home feel exotic and exciting.

Houzz

Houzz

 

Quiet Time

Carve out some space in your living room for a reading nook. Entice a little extra reading time with a cozy chair next to a window or a bookshelf. Make sure the space has ample light for late night page turning.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Play With Patterns

Florals, trellis, and ikats – oh my! Mixing patterns can be very tricky but the key to successful pattern mixing is color. Pick a color theme with big swaths of solid color in a chair, a rug, or an ottoman to anchor the room and then add in layers of pattern in the same color scheme. Keep oversized patterns in check by keeping them in well-defined spaces in your room. The easiest way to mix patterns is in throw pillows and blankets. If you are nervous about giving patterns a try, start small and get more adventurous once you are feeling more comfortable with the look of the room.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Plus Size Layout

An extra large sofa in your living room means lots of room to stretch out and relax, but it can also engulf your entire room. To keep your space open, anchor the oversized piece of furniture to a wall and balance it with another voluminous piece of furniture such as an ottoman, a large patterned print on a smaller piece of furniture, or a large coffee table. Try a circular table for even easier navigation around the space.

 

Real Simple

Real Simple

 

Office Space

Create a petite home office in your living room with a small desk in the corner of the room. Instead of a traditional office chair, pair the desk with a comfortable armchair that can be turned to face the rest of the living room when you have guests over. The space will be functional without compromising style.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Natural Appeal

Mix modern furniture and artwork with polished or even unpolished wood pieces. A few neutral shades in the room can make the room feel extra chic.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Whimsical Brights

Cheerful accent colors such as yellows and patterns such as floral prints and super-sized stripes give a light touch to your space that will make you smile the moment you enter the room.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

White Spaces

An all white space never goes out of style. Infuse the space with textures and patterns to keep the room from feeling too sterile. Cozy throw blankets, interesting neutral artwork, and linen sofas and rugs help to add depth to the space and create a bright, comfortable, and clean looking interior. For more ideas to decorate a heavenly white room, check out our blog post here.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

Sophisticated Silver

Add touches of cool metal to your room to elevate the space and make the entire room feel modern and ultra-chic. Try a stunning mirror, an artistic looking coffee table, or even vases dipped in silver to add a sophisticated air to your room.

Houzz

Houzz

 

Cozy Corners

Above all else, your living room should be a warm and inviting space. Fill the room with cozy throws, plush ottomans to rest your feet, lush rugs, and a deep, sink-into-me sofa that begs you to curl up and stay awhile.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

A Touch of Trend

Think of your living room as you would your wardrobe. As the trends change with each season, choose a few new accessories for your space to stay on trend. Your living room is a canvas for your style so it is easy to add pops of color and pattern that speak to you and fit with the design trends of the season. This season, try a metallic side table, a zebra pillow, or an artistic vase in your living room to stay stylish while still embracing what makes your home yours.

 

Houzz

Houzz

 

It doesn’t take much to update your living room to match changing trends and satisfy your personal taste in decor. For help crafting a stunning modern living room that will make you fall in love over and over again, call or stop by CoCo Milano’s today and our expert design team will get to work updating the heart and soul of your home!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Meet Leah Williams of Ruby Mae Jewelry

CoCo Milano’s is pleased to introduce Ruby Mae Jewelry: one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry created with buttons, beads, brooches, pendants, charms, and trinkets by Leah Williams.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Leah loved creating all kinds of things as a child and made beaded jewelry for many years as a hobby. In 2011, she came across a jar of vintage buttons at a friend’s house. The buttons, which belonged to her friend’s grandmother, had a shank on the backside so from the top, the buttons looked like works of art. Leah and her friend tipped over the button jar and gathered the beautiful buttons for Leah to make bracelets for Mother’s Day gifts. The response was overwhelming. Her friends began bringing her jars and drawers full of their family’s vintage buttons, earrings, chains, brooches, and crystals, and together they picked out their favorite items in order to make one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces for the special women in their lives. From there, Ruby Mae Jewelry took off. Leah loves creating each and every piece. In doing so, she is able to revive the treasures of the past for each of her customers.

 

Leah Williams

Leah Williams

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Leah is a no harm button artist. Many artists and jewelers alter vintage buttons by flattening them with hammers, spray painting them, and punching holes in them but Leah believes in preserving the integrity and the history of each button. Her goal is to use all buttons in the form that she finds them so she always finds creative ways to attach them to bracelets, necklaces, and charm pulls. Because she collects buttons for her jewelry, people often hand over their family button tins to Leah. They tell her that they assume there is nothing special in the collection but she almost always finds buttons that tell a story. Button tins are now a thing of the past, but the generations that kept button tins kept almost everything they came across in case the objects held some value. In button tins, Leah has found shirt buttons from fathers, clasps from women’s lingerie, and even belt buckles that once belonged to grandfathers. Of the over 260 classifications of buttons, Leah loves Lucite buttons from the 1930s and Victorian male and female profile buttons from the 1800s the most. To her, it is incredible to hold a button that may have been surrounded by ball gowns on a dance floor in England over a century ago, to truly hold a piece of history in her hand.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Leah loves the stories people tell about their lives and their loved ones. In fact, she collects stories on her website tellrubymae.com along with stories she has heard from meeting people at jewelry shows, from her friends and relatives, and from college English classes. On Leah’s website, customers can share photographs of their loved ones that are missed, admired, and respected. Her business model is built around people and their stories and that is what makes it work.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Patty Mae and Ruby, Leah's Mother and Grandmother

Patty Mae and Ruby, Leah’s Mother and Grandmother

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry is a family business. Leah’s mother, Patty Mae Snedigar Jacobson, was born in Montana. Shortly after high school, she married Leah’s father Jake, and together they raised seven children in Colorado, Oregon, Texas, and Arizona. She was an incredible seamstress and her creativity and belief in herself continues to inspire Leah in business today. Leah’s grandmother, Ruby Ione Collins Snedigar, was also a gifted seamstress from Montana. Leah’s grandmother had an entrepreneurial spirit. She had an incredible sense of style and loved to wear necklaces and throw jewelry parties in her home. She was a strong woman, like Leah’s mother, and like Leah is today. Ruby Mae Jewelry is named for both Leah’s mother and her grandmother and continues to embody all of the qualities that they instilled in Leah in their lifetimes. Leah thinks that her mother and grandmother would be thrilled to know that she is playing with buttons to create beautiful and unique jewelry that touches the soul today.

 

Patty Mae and Jake, Leah's Mother and Father

Patty Mae and Jake, Leah’s Mother and Father

 

Leah also uses Ruby Mae Jewelry as a platform to spread awareness for ovarian cancer. Leah’s mother passed away from ovarian cancer. Her ovarian cancer was initially undiagnosed after her doctor ignored her symptoms. Since the beginning of Leah’s business in 2011, she has handed out over 2,000 symptom cards from the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition through every jewelry shipment, at her jewelry workshops, and at each of her events. Her hope is that they might clarify some of the misinformation available to the public surrounding ovarian cancer and that they might help a customer or a friend of a customer to seek help for a symptom without brushing it off as nothing, and in doing so, save a life.

 

Jake, Leah's Father

Jake, Leah’s Father

 

Hand Stamped Charms, Ruby Mae Jewelry

Hand Stamped Charms, Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

In 2012, Leah severed her thumb while opening a can of artichokes. She was unable to use her arm for four months but her jewelry orders continued to pour in. Her father, Jake, wanted to help her and told her he could be her hands. He moved in with Leah for seven months and they sat side by side filling orders together. Leah would lay the jewelry out and Jake would put the pieces together the way Leah envisioned them. When a customer asked for a date on a charm, Jake spent one hundred hours designing and building a tool to hand stamp the charm so that the characters were evenly spaced. As a result, Jake’s hand stamped charms look professionally made.

 

Hole In My Heart Collection

Hole In My Heart Collection

 

One day, Jake came by Leah’s home with a new charm he had made with a heart stamped on it and a hole in the heart. He told Leah that the Hole In The Heart charm was for people like him who are missing a loved one every day the same way he misses his wife, Patty Mae. Leah posted the charm on Instagram and within an hour, people were driving to her house to buy it.

 

Leah and Jake in Montana

Leah and Jake in Montana

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Today, Jake travels with Leah to jewelry shows and customers come by just to meet him. The meetings are often full of emotion because of the charms Jake creates and what they mean to people. Every time a customer buys one of Jake’s hand stamped, stained, and polished charms, they are giving him the inspiration to make more. The charms are created in eight steps from start to finish. They are truly a labor of love.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Two years ago, Leah and her father took a 4,400 mile road trip to Montana. They visited Jake’s hometown, met with ten families, went to his high school reunion, and toured places from Leah’s parents’ love story. Her parents met at eleven years old so she was able to see where they worked as teenagers and where they went out on dates. The eighteen days on the road were precious for both Leah and Jake and strengthened the family backbone of Leah’s business.

 

Leah and Jake in Montana

Leah and Jake in Montana

 

The Hole In The Heart collection touches everyone because so many people have experienced loss. The meaning behind the charm, the idea that it commemorates those we love and miss every day, is unifying. Despite our differences, we all miss people in this same way. In fact, Leah has had customers buy dozens of the Hole In The Heart charms at once. They keep them and slip them into sympathy cards in lieu of flowers because they are an everlasting and meaningful gift for anyone who has experienced a loss.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry On The Runway

Ruby Mae Jewelry On The Runway

 

Leah and Jake’s charms are available in sterling silver, nickel silver, and red brass. She buys all of her materials locally in Arizona where she lives with her husband and three sons. She travels to art shows throughout the year including the Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market in Scottsdale in September.

 

Phoenix Home and Garden

Phoenix Home and Garden

 

In addition to her stunning handmade jewelry and hand stamped charms, Leah creates custom jewelry. She has a huge architectural desk with drawers filled with treasures. When a customer requests a custom, personalized gift for a friend or family member, Leah will take the time to get to know the recipient of the jewelry. She will ask the customer questions about who the gift is for and what interests them and will find charms in her drawers that perfectly reflect that person. Simply contact CoCo Milano’s to place a custom order and begin working with Leah to create a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry for your loved ones.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Leah's Drawers of Buttons

Leah’s Drawers of Buttons, Charms, and Beads

 

Many of the pieces Leah makes start out as requests from a single customer. She makes hair ties, bridal bouquet charms, charm pulls, and even therapy beads for people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Leah’s business is constantly changing and evolving because she is open to new ideas and is always seeking out new things that will connect with people and provide sentimental value.

 

Ruby Mae Jewelry

Ruby Mae Jewelry

 

Over the years, Leah has learned that buttons connect generations. For some, it may be surprising that buttons can make gorgeous jewelry. In fact, in some of Leah’s jewelry you can’t even tell that she used buttons at all. But more importantly, buttons tell the story of a family over many years and many generations. Leah’s jewelry brings these buttons to life by creating handmade wearable works of art that are deep in meaning and serve as a constant reminder of family and your personal history. To take home your own piece of Leah’s beautiful jewelry, to fill a Hole In Your Heart, or to start creating a custom piece that reflects your own family history, stop by CoCo Milano’s today!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Our Philosophy

"We look for things that are both classic and different. We want to offer our customers their own distinct interior design that is second to none."

~Denise Milano

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Mesa, Arizona 85215

Phone: (480) 641-2626

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