10 decor items you should have in your house, according to designer Clary Bosbyshell

What’s inspiring designer Clary Bosbyshell right now

Clary Bosbyshell standing in a foyer

Photograph by Catmax Photography

This year, Clary launched her own eponymous firm after 10 years working with her mother, interior designer Margaret Bosbyshell of Margaux Interiors Limited. A recent Traditional Home New Trad, she is known for a classic, feminine aesthetic. Here’s what’s inspiring her now.

Photograph courtesy of Julie Nell


Recent purchase
We designed a handcrafted plaster chandelier from New Orleans–based Julie Neill Designs for my dining room.

Photograph courtesy of Emilia Wickstead

Floral everything! I love midilength feminine dresses. My favorite designers at the moment are Emilia Wickstead and Anna Mason.

Climbing roses and peonies. For tabletop entertaining, I think whole fruit and green potted plants instead of freshly cut flowers feel more unexpected.

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Gramercy Fine Linens & Furnishings is a go-to for tabletop and bedding. They are the only ones in town who carry D.Porthault.

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Anything from Quadrille. “Arbre de Matisse” in French blue in the reverse, on tinted linen, is my favorite.

Photograph courtesy of Anna Weatherly

Anna Weatherley’s Botanical collection—I have the white tulips.

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Atlanta artisan
Bob Garner at Fabulous Things for faux-finish tables. This is the “oyster swirl”.

Hotel du Cap in the South of France

Restaurant design
Always the Swan Coach House and now the new terrace bar at Atlas

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Locally, I shop at W. Port and Ann Mashburn, where I got these Rebecca de Ravenel earrings. I love this Amanda Lindroth Palm Beach basket tote.

Parc Monceau at the Galleries of Peachtree Hills

Photograph by Jason Lagi

Hand-painted scenic florals by Gracie Studio. This is “Indigo Garden” in a custom color.

Photograph by Jason Lagi

I’m all about blue. Now, it’s Benjamin Moore “Santorini Blue”.

This article appears in our Fall 2019 issue of Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.