We love setting goals in the office. Our latest challenge is bringing you original content once a week on our blog.

Time to rise to the occasion and share outtakes from our design feature on Camille Styles a few weeks ago. Camille asked us to share our tips on bringing our elements of our design into entertaining. We had just completed an adorable breakfast nook for a couple who wanted a hint of coastal with lots of modern style. The nook inspired a poolside soirée with Palm-Springs flair. Millie and Amanda Holloman captured the moments for us.

We had a custom banquette made to match the rest of the home and installed in the corner to offer plenty of seating. Our final touch was stain seal to prevent spills from affecting the fabric.

The cushion was custom made to 5 inches for added comfort.

We brought the table outdoors to set up an entertaining area and added elements from around the home to give the space a lived in feel. Finally we brought in some of our favorite Studio Bon fabric to cover the table.

Hope you enjoy the details from that day and have a great weekend!



We want our inaugural post to be as special as the presentation breakfasts we host for our clients. We’re looking forward to sharing the day in and day out activities of Popilin & Quinn Interiors. First up, the presentation breakfast. We spend about 4 to 5 weeks prior to the breakfast getting to know our clients, creating layouts, pulling samples, researching products, and making selections that bring out their personal style and meet their needs. It’s incredibly gratifing to see the space take shape with tangible items and inspiration at our breakfast. Just as our clients have welcomed us into their homes with open arms, we do the same at Popilin & Quinn Interiors.

The day before a breakfast, the Popilin & Quinn Interiors office is buzzing. Flowers arrive, our favorite scones are ordered, and (of course) we set the table the night before just as our mother’s taught us. The only difference is that the PQ table includes our signature mix of timeless and contemporary pieces that come out in our interiors as well.

We gather inspiration and create an entire look for the table just like our designs. Our latest tabletop is a mash up of the ever-classic Bernardaud Constance collection, Kelly Wearstler’s abstract cups, and a few organic pieces for a relaxed summer vibe.