Daley’s sells rustically elegant furniture, clothing, home accessories, and jewelry for the urban cowgirl seeking a splash of rural sophistication. Set up a romantic, candlelit dinner with a loved one or recently rediscovered set of car keys with a half-dozen candles ($15+) set in iron candleholders ($12+). Lamps ($95+), picture frames ($20+), and books ($8+) boast the textured browns and muted bold colors of modern rustic design. Sofas can be custom ordered and, like Frankenstein, pieced together from the finest leather and cowhide to create a monstrously chic creation or adopted fully formed from The Jeff Zimmerman Collection ($1,600+). Once domiciles are decked out, visitors can adorn themselves with jewelry from Sweet Bird Studio, selections of Double D clothing, or a classy pair of Old Gringo boots ($440+) available in a variety of bucolic flavors.
LifeStyles’ showrooms brim with upscale light fixtures and accessories that send style and faux sunlight streaming throughout abodes. Single pendants ($44.95 for a 9-in. pendant, $139 for a 20-in. pendant) with nine interchangeable lampshades add festive colors and patterns to rooms, and tortoiseshell sconces ($89.95 each) illuminate dark spaces or permanent couch forts. Patrons can brighten a dim dining room with a five-bulb walnut chandelier ($119) or julienne a piñata with the blades of a lighted ceiling fan ($64.95+). An array of outdoor fixtures ($4.29+) resist weather damage, and an assortment of knobs and drawer pulls ($1.69+) in pewter, bronze, or nickel finishes give furnishings refined style.