Recent Press

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September 2017: The Washington Post: “The reign of beige: In a political town, design stays neutral”
 
June 2016: The Scout Guide: “Work It: Desks That Get The Job Done”
 
May 2016: The Scout Guide: “Join The Club” – a feature on club chairs.
 
April 2016: The Washington Post explores the home of Bluemercury founders Barry and Marla Beck.
“The only lush florals appear in faux-antique Chinese vases, bowls, platters and candlesticks from the Kellogg Collection, the four-shop home furnishings boutique in the District, Maryland and Virginia.”
 
Spring 2016: Southern Home features art by Martha Spak which is a part of The Kellogg Collection. Find her art in each of our four shops.
 
November 2014: The Washington Post: “Dhurries are back — or were they really gone?” by Jura Koncius
 
October 2014: Home Accents Today Magazine: Retail Profile on The Kellogg Collection by Susan Dickenson
 
August 2014: Home Accents Today Magazine: Blog post on home décor notes in Washington, DC, by Susan Dickenson
 
April 2014: The Washington Post: “Destination Design: Where to Shop in Friendship Heights” by Jura Koncius
 
March 2014: Baltimore Magazine: “Liven up your furniture with simple additions”
 
June 2012: Washington Post: “D.C., Virginia and Maryland design purveyors who helped decorate Evermay mansion” – Jura Koncius notes that you can get the same tables found in Evermay at The Kellogg Collection.
 
October 2010: Washingtonian Magazine: Fleur-de-lis ceramic planter featured in “Dream Kitchens 2010: Quick Fixes”
 
August 2010: Washingtonian Magazine: “Hey Where Did You Get That?”
“Pamela Kellogg Green’s stores are a great source for English-country-inspired furnishings. Custom offerings include tables made exclusively for Kellogg by artisans in western Maryland, rag rugs made by an artist in Vermont, and hand-painted vintage mahogany furniture.”