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Thursday, April 25, 2013

The places I've been... Cielo, Santa Fe, NM


I'm going to share a favorite shop with you this week. You might have seen some of these photos before, but it's about time for another sojourn to Santa Fe, so I am getting my shopping list ready! Come along for the ride, won't you?

Cielo Tabletop; 316 S. Guadalupe St; Santa Fe, NM 8750; 505.992.1960. There is also a bedding store down the way a bit. Click HERE for a map.

This is by far my most favorite addiction feeding shop on the planet. I spend a lot of time drooling in here. They are so gracious to let me take pictures all the time.

The last time in the store, I was able to meet the owner. Charming! 
They do carry some wonderful Yeoward crystal.

Their attention to detail is always amazing. Inspiring you to use what you have and to make purchases as necessary to augment what you have.

This is my favorite wall. Lots of cubbies filled with beautiful linens and a wonderful selection of
Kim Seybert napkin rings. And the tablecloths... well let me just say one word: heaven.

This has always been a favorite combination: Brown, blue, green, gold combined with the stellar Kim Seybert napkin ring with Swarovski crystals on the ends of the turned wood spires/beads.

Since I'm in the midst of a full-blown blue phase, I can just imagine some of these pieces finding their way home to Lubbock.

How about this blue combination? 

And this is what I love the best.. their merchandising expertise shows the same element used in so many different ways and with different pieces. 

I spot some turquoise!! Oh those could come home, too. I find that stores who carry a wide range of beautiful items in all price ranges tend to stay in business longer! And this place covers the gamut!!

Kim Seybert runner and fabulous pieces to accesories the table. I think the pomegranates add the perfect punch of color!

The store looks different every time I'm in there. Always refreshing and new. 

One Christmas, they had mixed very rustic elements in with their gorgeous lines of dinnerware. It was truly wonderful.

Still kicking myself for not bringing this treasure home. Driftwood. Very rustic.

Doesn't this just invite you to come in for a peek?

I had an ID 10 t error the day I spotted these darlings. The bruises that I inflict on myself because of things I do not purchase get rather large!! Nope left them in the store. Now I guess I will figure out how to make my own version. They are Kim Seybert. Gorgeous. Beaded wires, wool felt stitched leaves and red fabric covered berries which ended in gold jewelry findings.


I rarely leave without one or two of their delightful bags ready to make the journey back to Lubbock. But the memories of the things I don't bring home...., aaah so painful. I do hope that you will find yourself in Santa Fe, NM one day soon and remember to go by and visit Cielo. I promise you are in for a treat.
Linking to The Tablescaper's new Friday (Thursday evening) party - the places I've been - posts about places we've seen.. I hope you will join us!


Cathy said...

I am just going to say WOW! Wish I was on my way there now.

Cathy Cupboard Calamity <;)

Mary said...

I've always wanted to visit Santa Fe! I would definitely have to make a stop in this wonderful shoppe!

Laurie Ritchey said...

Marlis, I'm afraid you'd never get me out of that store. What wonderful inspiration everywhere you look! Of course, I'm sure I would be carrying one of those pretty green bags when I left the store too. I enjoyed your post. laurie

Laura said...

Hi Marlis-

I enjoyed this post because I just visited Santa Fe this past Thanksgiving.

I found this shop by accident and I was blown away!

Enjoyed visiting your blog this evening,

White Spray Paint

Barbara F. said...

Cathy said it best: wow! I would love to visit Santa Fe. xo

xinex said...

What a fun store! I would stay there for hours, Marlis. I would inspect every details of everything and check out every cubby. Thanks for sharing....Christine

On Crooked Creek said...

Gorgeous, exquisite, elegant!!!
What an amazing shop, dear friend!!!
The virtual "eye~candy" had me lingering over each description as I searched for the details!!!
Thank you for sharing with us!!!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What a wonderful shop, Marlis! My husband and I hope to drive down to New Mexico on vacation someday soon and visit Santa Fe and Taos. I'll have to put this shop on my list of places I want to see.

Ann said...

Since Santa Fe is an art capital, I'm sure the details here are fabulous. I pinned the napkin ring with the branches and holly-so stunning. I love anything made with driftwood or twigs. I've been to Santa Fe a few times and next time I will add this shop.

Kadee Willow said...

Don't you just love having a store that you know will fill your soul and inspire creativity in you?? Thanks for sharing this gem! Lots of great ideas that have my little ol' brain a'hummin'!

Pattie T. said...

What a GREAT place! I oohed and ahhed over every picture.

The Tablescaper said...

Wow! Marlis, that is some store. It makes me want to not just shop there, but work there!

Thank you so much for being a part of "Oh, the PLACES I've been!". It's wonderful having you.

- The Tablescaper

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Santa Fe is on my bucket list Marlis. Wow, what a pretty place. I would go nuts in that store. So many beautiful and exquisite pieces. How many pieces did you buy there friend???? lol Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed the tour.


Oh wow, Marlis! What a great place, I'd love to go to St. Fe! I think I would be in heaven inside that place and who knows what I'd buy, just the thought scares me, lol.. Enjoy your weekend.

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

Looks like a beautiful place to shop and fulfill that addiction. Blessings, Debbie

Sarah said...

Marlis, Cielo is one of my favorite SF shops. I always take a few bags home too. Thanks for sharing these terrific photos. Happy weekend........Sarah

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed going shopping in Santa Fe with you Marlis! What a fab store, I would be drooling too! I am embarrassed to say that I had never heard of Kim Seybert {I can hear you gasping} so I googled. Of course I fell in love with her capiz placemats, set of 4, $385! Everything in the store looks so unique, full of eye candy and dreams. Thanks for the tour,

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Thanks for the virtual field trip! LOVE the shop!

Entertaining Women said...

Bella Chielo....I must get back to Santa Fe. Thanks for taking us along. Cherry Kay

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Hey! Great tip! I don't know Santa Fe at all except to know that there is loads of shopping. Have fun!


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