December 2012

Fine Art With Feathers! Truly remarkable!

by Zandrah on December 29, 2012


Had to share this AMAZING artist!  Visit to see more!  Impressive work!

HGTV Designer Meg Caswell had the fun task of decorating Twisted Sister’s frontman Dee Snider’s house for the holidays and we loved her feather inspired looks! Meg Caswell, pictured above with Dee Snider and wife Suzette Snder, took elements of The Feather Place’s holiday line and mixed in some natural peacock for for a glamorous yet cozy feel.

She incorporated both natural peacock feathers and bleached and dyed peacock feathers within the Christmas tree, wreaths and floral arrangements for unique pops of color. We think that her idea of lining a Christmas stockings with peacock eyes is such a fun DIY idea, and the way she used our feather wreath as a tree topper was such a cool way to add more peacock! If you have a large tree, it’s a decor must! If you want something a bit smaller, try our feather trees pictured below. Don’t forget to check out more of our holiday items such as ornaments, garlands, floral picks and oh so much more at!

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Every year Pantone comes out with a “color of the year” and we always find them to be spot on! Their influential color for 2013 is Emerald 17-5641, a healthy lush green that makes us think of both royalty and nature! This new Emerald is a sharp turn away from 2012’s Tangerine Tango, which was a juicy citrus color with warmth. 2013’s Emerald shows us that the world is moving in a more refreshing direction, with abundant health and harmony expressed through this jewel-toned color choice.

We here at The Feather Place have loved Emerald Green for a long time so we are happy to start seeing more of it on and off the runways! The Feather Place has our very own color called Emerald as well, and you can get your hands on these green feathers at! Some colors that really complement Emerald Green are Lime, Kelly, Teal, Dark Turquoise and Royal Blue.

Check out our Emerald inspiration board below for some fun DIY ideas for your next project!