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Our Gilt Minimalist Mirror has proven to be a customer favorite over the years. This piece is undeniably versatile, adding the perfect touch to any room – the entryway, living room, bed room, baby’s room, bathroom, and more. Take a look at some of our favorite ways you’ve incorporated this mirror in your homes:



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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Here at Wisteria, we’re BIG fans of color. Today, we celebrate the color green by showcasing a few from the Wisteria vault. In addition to the chair and wall art above, here are five more of our favorites:

1. Malachite Wall Art

2. Green Apothecary Collection


3. Malachite Frames

4. Green Bean Hurricane

5. Watercolor Pillow Cover – Mineral Green

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New Item: Cassis Bar Stools

Buyer, Tori Hunger, talks her favorite March new items – the Cassis Bar Stools (in red and blue). Here’s why she loves them:

Q: What’s your favorite thing about these bar stools?

A: It’s not often I come across a piece of red furniture that I’m drawn to because sometimes it might feel like too much for my personal style, but the combination of the diamond pattern and bold red color makes for a cool piece that is fun AND classic. Also, I love the fact that they’re indoor and outdoor safe. I think the initial thought might be to have them outside, but I love the idea of having a teak wood and rattan piece in my home as well because it gives the organic feel I crave for the inside of our house.

Q: What makes these pieces special?

A: Well, a lot of our items are hand-crafted, and these stools are no exception – they’re hand-woven in Indonesia, and when you see the rattan pattern, you can’t help but have an immediate appreciation for the detail that goes into something like that.

Q: Can you give us three ways you’d utilize these pieces?

A: Well, my husband and I want to buy them for our patio bar outside by the grill. They’re easy because they’re all you really need to use if you’re trying to bring an area of your home to life.  Another way would be inside, near our kitchen island. These pieces have enough character to simply be decorative against a wall and pulled over when you have company hanging out in the kitchen. Lastly, we have some friends who have high standing tables outside by their pool, and I can imagine two of the blue bar stools set up on each side of those tables with some pillows that have a pop of color.

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Happy International Women’s Day!

The International Women’s Day 2017 Campaign calls us to #BeBoldForChange. They offer ideas for ways we can take action, and Wisteria is choosing to celebrate women’s achievements. In an effort to do so, we want to introduce you to a few of the wonderful women from the Wisteria team and highlight what they consider some of their biggest achievements!

Jennifer Niehaus (Vice President, Merchandising):
My biggest accomplishment is my two year old daughter, Harper.  Every day I am so proud to be her Momma.  Being a parent isn’t easy, and I hear it only gets harder as they get older, but for now I think I am doing a pretty good job teaching her that she is smart and beautiful, but the most important thing is that she is kind.  Even though she is only two, when I watch her interact with the world, I can’t help but be proud of the job I’m doing! Like everyone, I am always balancing work, parenting, relationship, friends, and time for myself.  But over the past few years, I feel like I let go of the guilt that comes with trying to find that balance. I am not sure what caused that shift for me, but I feel like it’s an accomplishment to not only chose where I spend my time, but even more importantly, to be okay with where I chose NOT to spend my time.

Tessa Mugica (Vice President, Design and Marketing): My biggest achievements are learning to listen to and follow my deepest intuition, and being able to forgive, accept, and love myself completely. My imperfections and mistakes are a part of who I am, and I’ve learned to love them!

Pret Diffie (Senior Art Director): That’s easy: My biggest achievement is with my husband, raising 2 sons to be productive citizens and darn good people. Except that, on second thought, I only had a partial role, because they were “grown” by each other, by amazing teachers, by other family members, and by friends. So truthfully the achievement is not really mine. Very very distant second: Running my own very robust business for 25 years.

Sanaa Nasir (Associate Director, Buying and Development): My immigrant parents came to this country almost 40 years ago to give themselves and their eventual children a better life. By having the opportunity to be educated, go to college and work hard, I feel like I have been able to seize their purpose for leaving home, and that makes me feel happy.

Alicia Taylor (Design & Hospitality Program Manager): One of my biggest achievements is graduating from the University of North Texas this past December, finishing a degree I started long ago, and taking 30 students to Cuba on a study abroad program while developing relationships with the people of the University of Havana.

Lauren Paz (Marketing Project Manager): One of my biggest achievements is helping successfully launch an entertainment news site, interviewing numerous celebrities without putting anyone to sleep. Also, happily and successfully raising two quirky fur babies.

Michaela Andrade (Store Buyer): One of my biggest accomplishments is taking a risk and moving back to Texas from NYC even though people thought we were making the biggest mistakes of our lives. Last year we became home owners, and we have a piece of Texas that is all our own. Also, traveling abroad will always be a great achievement for me because not everyone gets the opportunity.

Tori Hunger (Assistant Buyer): One of my greatest achievements thus far was finding my other half to share in this life. It seems such a small thing at face value but being able to not only share life with someone, but to learn and grow from each other has made life more valuable. We have constantly taught and challenged each other to love more fiercely, grow through our struggles, and seek God through it all. Every day is a day to be better, love harder, and live life to the fullest. We have much more to achieve as individuals and as a couple but together we will achieve more than we ever would apart.

Destiny Bickel (eCommerce Marketing Associate): My biggest accomplishments in the past year have been securing employment before graduating college, graduating from the University of North Texas, and moving out on my own. Oh! Also, learning how to drive manual transmission on my car.

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Wisteria’s Best of 2016

Before we go into the new year, we’re showing off our 2016 most-loved new arrivals. Take a look back with us and fall in love all over again.


Top 10 New Arrivals for 2016


t14485_01Inspired by this evolutionary time in American design, we designed our Emerson Counter Stool in-house, a modern interpretation of this evocative period. High seating is framed in brushed stainless steel with a white linen cushion, lending a stylish, updated retro complement to any counter or bar.




t11914_01-3Our Disappearing Coffee Table is an example of an antique made modern. It was designed after an early 20th-century coffee table. We’ve taken that and turned it into a modern treasure as a sophisticated and useful acrylic table with a glass top. A functional design that will look great in any room.




t14383_01This simple, rustic Pier Media Console adds function without forfeiting style to your living space. With two shelves behind sliding doors, this piece features an all wood construction complemented by a lime wash finish. It reminds us of walking along the pier, bringing the essence of the shore to you (minus the sand!). Its slatted profile allows circulation, so we’ve fitted this console with cutouts for cables—making it a perfect platform for media components. This versatile piece also functions as a curio cabinet or an entertaining buffet.



t14484_01Inspired by this evolutionary time in American design, we designed our Emerson Bar Stool in-house, a modern interpretation of this evocative period. High seating is framed in brushed stainless steel with a white linen cushion, lending a stylish, updated retro complement to any bar-height station.




t14388_01Inspired by mid-century-modern design, our Hair-On-Hide Counter Stool delivers a sleek yet textural element to a space. A lovely showcase of materials, this stool features a real, hand-stitched cowhide cushion fashioned to a slender stainless steel frame, offering a modern yet rustic appeal. Designed in-house, this piece offers stylish seating alongside your kitchen counter and makes a sophisticated statement in any setting. Due to the nature of the materials, variances in color and design can occur.


t14486_01-1Inspired by this evolutionary time in American design, we designed our Emerson Counter Stool in-house, a modern interpretation of this evocative period. High seating is framed in brushed stainless steel with a white linen cushion, lending a stylish, updated retro complement to any counter or bar.




t14488_01Combining form and function, our Acrylic Counter Stool clearly suits any style in any setting. Thick acrylic is molded to create this minimalist design, delivering an airy aesthetic that reduces visual weight in a space. This smooth stool is fitted with two footrests on either side, so you can easily rest your feet while you’re seated. Versatile, this transparent piece will deliver a sleek, very modern look to a counter or bar station.



t14741_01Update your space with the clean, minimal lines of our Small Lacquer Chest. This sturdy and stylish storage solution features two deep bottom drawers that will fit just about anything and a slim top drawer for loose jewelry or smaller miscellaneous items.





Deliver a luxurious element to your living space with our Marble Coffee Table. Designed in-house, this sculptural table features a sleek marble top and an architectural metal base. Its construction creates the illusion the marble is floating, delivering an airy aesthetic, and the striated details delicately dance on the tabletop, creating visual texture. It’s sleek enough to fit into a strictly modern home or among traditional decor. This visually pleasing piece establishes modern luxe when showcased in any setting.



t14225_01Though little is known of him, Luke Lightfoot is associated with the extraordinary carvings at Claydon House, Buckinghamshire, built by Lord Verney in the 18th century. A skilled artisan in carving wood and stone, Lightfoot’s fretwork—an ancient carving technique that began over 3,000 years ago—inspired our Modern Fretwork Chest. This hand-finished and -carved chest features a two drawer façade with mirrors and intricate fretwork detailing. With carved grooves on either side of the drawers, this piece caters to easy opening and a very contemporary aesthetic. Due to the handmade nature, slight variances in color and design can occur.


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