1. The Sterling Pond Decanter and Whiskey Glass set by

Simon Pearce, bringing brilliance from Vermont to your home.

2. & 3. This Father’s day, why not gift the man in your life with the very best Europe has to offer. The Laguiole sommelier and pocket knives are expertly crafted in the Aubrac region of France using ancient techniques. Full of heritage, these knives are designed to be passed down from one generation to the next.

4. Black leather with a crocodile effect adorns the Baobab Collection Lighter, turning it into an elegant object meant for exhibition.

5. If grilling steaks is his idea of a perfect day, then Alain St. Joanis’ finely crafted steak knives are the perfect gift for Father’s Day. Crafted since 1876, each knife is hand assembled in France using authentic raw materials. A set of six knives is presented in a beautiful wood and glass display box.


Join us on February 11th anytime from 1:00 to 6:00 to celebrate the Champagne Life

with Laura Lobdell & her beautiful collection of jewelry. We are thrilled to have Laura join us and we look forward to seeing you!





SARASOTA, FL January 20, 2021 – PECKY, a Sarasota-based interior design firm and boutique recently announced that Alissa Sullivan, ASID Professional, successfully completed the course work to become an NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, allowing PECKY to take on commerical projects.

Passing the NCIDQ examination distinguishes that Alissa attained the industry’s highest standard of aptitude in interior design, as well as her commitment to the profession. “I believe passing the NCIDQ exam and obtaining the information presented has given me an advantage for our firm and clients by providing me with the most current guidelines and regulations in the Industry” said Alissa. “I am looking forward to providing PECKY’s design guidance and expertise to commercial projects by making the finished space not only aesthetically appealing, but also highly functional and environmentally sustainable” added Alissa.

NCIDQ Certified Interior Designers distinguish themselves by demonstrating a specific set of core interior design competencies, supported by verified work experience and a college degree. Passionate about their profession and dedicated to its recognition and integrity, interior design professionals prove their knowledge of current standards established to protect public health, safety, and welfare.


“At PECKY, we are always looking for ways to invest in our most valued assets, our people,” said Patricia Estes, Owner of PECKY. “Alissa is an invaluable asset to our Team and we are so proud of her for taking the necessary steps to receive the coveted NCIDQ designation, a significant achievement in the industry.”

Alissa holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Murray State University and began working for PECKY in 2012.